How I Became Successful – Mark’s Story

When I speak to audiences about success, I usually start by asking a lot of questions and then answering them myself.

The funny thing is, this so-called “introduction” can last for half an hour. What the audience don’t realize is that a lot of the principles, learning and tips that follow are embedded in this opening exchange.

You see, we are learning all the time, whether we realize it or not. In fact, if you don’t take more control over what you learn you can learn some pretty unhelpful things.

None of us are strangers to this. From a young age we become experts at learning things that are no use to us – and in some instances things that can seriously affect our future success.

Take school, for instance. ...

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