The Secret of All Genuinely Successful People

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The Secret of Genuinely Successful People

The clues to your life path are not lost. They are just scattered and hidden–some of them right under your nose, in plain sight.

Did you ever go on a treasure hunt when you were a child, or read Poe’s “The Gold Bug”? Then you know the first thing you have to do before you can find the treasure is find the map.

It may be hidden, it may be torn in half, or in a million pieces, but your first job is to find it and put the fragments back together, like a jigsaw puzzle.

The clues to your life path are not lost.  They are just scattered and hidden–some of them right under your nose, in plain sight. They need to be gathered together and carefully examined before you can begin to know how to design a life that truly fits you, a life that will make you feel like jumping out of bed in the morning to meet the world, a little scared at times, maybe, but fully alive.

If you are low on energy, if you need a lot of sleep and feel like you’re always dragging yourself around at half throttle, it may not be because you need vitamins or have low blood sugar. It may be because you have not found your purpose in life. You will recognize your own path when you come upon it, because you will suddenly have all the energy and imagination you will ever need.

This is the secret of of all genuinely successful people: they have found their paths.

They also happen to have some very special skills for making their visions come true in reality.  But first you have to liberate your own ingenuity and drive, and the only way to that is to discover your own path.

So far from being “impractical” or “irresponsible,” doing what’s closest to your heart is like striking oil: you tap into a surge of energy that will propel you to the heights of success.

It is the only path that will ever truly absorb you.  And the treasure at the end is success.

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  1. Gary, You are so right. I always tell young people who ask, chase your passion, not the money. If you are working hard and smart at what you love, the money follows.

  2. Great article, Gary. You made a lot of sense and also inspired me to do more digging!

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