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This is one of the best books on success I have ever read! If you have a dream that you have not yet attained, let Jack Canfield lead the way. You will be happy you did. I loved it! The Success Principles helps you master the skill sets that will attract great peo- ple, great opportunities, and great fortune into your life. Let this investment pay off for you. Easy, understandable, applicable. Using the principles that have made Jack Canfield and the many other successful men and women within this book, you, too, can attain amazing achievement. Read this book today! He understands what it takes to lead a successful life, and in The Success Principles he puts all the key elements together in one place for the rest of the world to see.
Harv Eker, author of Secrets of the Millionaire Mind I have been a student of Jack Canfield for over a decade and have used the prin- ciples he teaches in this book to accelerate my own success and the success of the people I train and manage at the Henry Ford Museum. This book has my highest recommendation.
It will change your life. You will find inspiration and motiva- tion on every page. The book takes you step-by-step through the stages of success and achieve- ment and will propel you to your next level and most likely far beyond that, too! I built a respected real estate law firm and have now partnered in a land acquisition and de- velopment company. As a result, we decided to open a dental-assisting school to produce excellent dental assistants who would easily get jobs.
Now I buy a copy of the book for every stu- dent and talk about key principles at our graduation ceremony. The Success Principles offers everything they need to be successful in every area of their lives. A Moosani, Mumbai, Maharastra, India For 10 years I worked as a doctor in different countries and fields of medicine, but although that sounds exciting, I was never truly happy in hospital jobs, which made me feel miserable and drained. I applied anyway—and was hired. With my son as a coach, I used visualization, modified my diet, worked out vigorously, and kept my eye on the prize.
Even when our flight got rerouted and we arrived at A. On just a few hours of sleep, I practiced my affirmation and visualized winning. Several hours later I was the Freestyle National Champion. As I write this, my husband and I have reconciled and our family is back together. As he struggled through his first year in university, I gave him a copy of The Success Principles.
He read your book and, soon after, left university to pursue his dream to become an entrepreneur. That was five years and two companies ago. Thank you. I found The Success Principles in one of the houses where I worked as a babysitter—and within two months of starting to follow the principles, I got a job as a consultant that paid euros per day—or 4, euros per month.
A year later, wanting to pursue my Ph. It was an amazing year! After reading The Success Principles, I committed to writing a book, winning a Toast- master contest, and finding a mentor who would take me to the next level. Today, I am financially independent and own a company that helps people design their lives.
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Life is like a combination lock; your job is to find the right numbers, in the right order, so you can have anything you want. The Fundamentals of Success 1. Decide What You Want 30 4. Believe in Yourself 48 6. Use the Law of Attraction 59 7. Unleash the Power of Goal-Setting 76 8. Chunk It Down 89 9.
Success Leaves Clues 94 Release the Brakes 96 Act As If Take Action Just Lean Into It Be Willing to Pay the Price Reject Rejection Use Feedback to Your Advantage Commit to Constant and Never-Ending Improvement Keep Score for Success Practice the Rule of 5 Exceed Expectations II. Transform Yourself for Success Acknowledge Your Positive Past Keep Your Eye on the Prize Complete the Past to Embrace the Future Embrace Change Transcend Your Limiting Beliefs Learn More to Earn More Stay Motivated with the Masters Build Your Success Team Stay Focused on Your Core Genius Redefine Time Just Say No!
Become a Leader Worth Following Hire a Personal Coach Mastermind Your Way to Success Inquire Within IV. Create Successful Relationships Be Hear Now Tell the Truth Faster Speak with Impeccability When in Doubt, Check It Out Practice Uncommon Appreciation Keep Your Agreements Be a Class Act V.
Success and Money Develop a Positive Money Consciousness Pay Yourself First Master the Spending Game Give More to Get More Find a Way to Serve VI. Success in the Digital Age Master the Technology You Need Brand Yourself with an Online Persona Use the Exponential Power of Crowdfunding We envisioned a time when educators, corporate managers, and small- group leaders would take up our challenge to advance the message of The Success Principles by training others in these human-potential basics—a time when we could look back, with pride, at the millions of lives that had been touched by the universal message and proven principles in this book.
Men, women, teens, students, athletes, entrepreneurs, stay-at-home parents, rising cor- porate stars, and other achievers have become dedicated to creating lives of abundance, joy, professional fulfillment, and personal accomplishment. They are proof positive that these principles work—if you work the principles. They have overcome their own limitations—whether physical chal- lenges, economic hardship, past failures, or simply their own limiting beliefs—to achieve astounding success. At one time, perhaps just like you, they wondered how a single book could change their lives.
He began enjoying substantially more free time and built four magnificent homes so he and his family could spend summers and winters in temperate climates. Days before talking to Doug, we heard from Miriam Laundry—a mom who dreamed of bringing self-esteem concepts to more than , chil- dren, changing lives and communities around the globe.
Soon after, he received a fully paid scholarship to pursue graduate studies in music and, within his first year of grad school, was chosen to play with the university orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York—the concert hall in the photograph he had pasted on his vision board. Using Principle Exceed Expectations, year-old Canadian franchisee Natalie Peace built one of her juice-bar locations to record revenues, then sold it for the highest amount ever received for that franchise.
After one of my readers—a successful Malaysian businessman—was incarcerated under extremely harsh conditions in China, his wife con- vinced the guards to pass along his tattered, dog-eared, and marked-up copy of The Success Principles so he could stay motivated during his month ordeal. He not only reread it hundreds of times but also used it to trans- form himself into an even more motivated, excited, and fearless person who—since his release—has launched a successful information technology business, started two restaurants, and acquired a portfolio of international properties with a group of real-estate investors.
Of course, beyond business success and professional accomplishment are those readers whose entire lives have changed because they imple- mented the principles in this book. The process of learning to walk again was grueling. Akshay Nanavati, an ex-Marine who was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder upon his return from Iraq, is using the principles to beat the condition.
His dream? To run across every country in the world, border to border, over the next 25 years—not only as a way to inspire others, but also to give himself the inspiration to get up and take action every day. And Lewis Pugh of Great Britain is the only person to have completed a long-distance swim in every ocean of the world. Over a period of 27 years he has pioneered swims in the most hostile waters on Earth including the Antarctic, the North Pole, and the Himalayas and developed an under- standing of the beauty and fragility of life and its many ecosystems.
Mil- lions have viewed his talks at TEDGlobal and he campaigns tirelessly for the creation of Marine Protected Areas and changes to the legal framework governing oceans. In , the United Nations appointed the maritime lawyer as Patron of the Oceans.
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Although he knew he was lucky to be alive, he began to spi- ral faster and faster into a deep pit of depression, anger, and despair. In the beginning, like a stroke survivor, he had difficulty conversing on even the most basic level. His humiliation rendered him housebound, and soon, fatigue and apathy dominated his existence. For hours, Forrest lay on the sofa, sleeping or watching television. So Forrest gave up all hope of ever having a normal existence—let alone a life that fulfilled his dreams.
Forrest sat up enough to focus on what the news anchor was saying. With the smallest spark of hope ignited, Forrest bought the book they were talking about—the first edition of The Success Principles, which was over pages. His speech therapist thought a page book was being overly ambitious. But Forrest was more than ready to get from where he was to where he wanted to be. And so, he began his journey. In the beginning, reading even a single page was slow and laborious. Though he was motivated, Forrest began to wonder if his therapist had been right.
Maybe he was being overly ambitious. Then, several months after starting to work his way through The Suc- cess Principles—and a full five years after the accident—he got his biggest wake-up call. Picking a round-shaped package from the pile, Hunter ripped the wrapping paper off to reveal a baseball. Smiling with delight, he imme- diately threw it at the ground. Hunter picked it up and hurled it at the ground again, where it once more rolled away from him. How could his son know about such things?
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They had never thrown a baseball together. Forrest realized he had spent more time with his negative thoughts than with his own son—essentially abandoning him, as well as his wife. The spark inside him turned into a blaze. Now Forrest started to believe that his life could be different, that he could make it different. Almost immediately, his self-awareness began to grow. Things that had gone over his head for so long finally registered. Where were all his friends? Just noticing these things was a success in itself, Forrest reminded himself.
He was making progress. Next, he decided to give up blaming and complaining—not an easy task. So he asked the people around him to help him become aware when he slipped back into his old ways. In fact, his wife and therapists had a sign: If Forrest began to blame or complain, they let him know by pulling on their ear. Not that speaking—positively or negatively—was easy for him. Day after day, he practiced a little more and went a little further.
One of his steps out of his comfort zone took him to a local coffee shop. For years, Forrest had put his head down and walked past the coffee shop, keeping his eyes glued to the cement. An old acquaintance recognized him and called out. Although he was cringing with embarrassment inside, Forrest stayed calm and walked over and sat down. He explained as best he could what had been happening. He was amazed to find it actually felt good to stand up for himself. In the coming days, Forrest tried this with others, and with time talking got easier.
He discovered there were people around him who were willing to support him— especially now that Forrest was willing to support himself. Everyone he talked to seemed to have struggles and pain of their own. As time passed, he could hardly believe the new successes he was hav- ing. He returned to school. He got off all medications, both for pain and depression. He started volunteer- ing. He started turning every negative into a positive. But he turned that around so completely that he wrote a book about his experiences!
As a result, he gets almost daily requests to share his story in front of audiences. If currency were counted in friends and love, Forrest would be the richest man in the world. While Forrest Willett used The Success Principles to define and achieve success for himself, how you define success is solely in your power. It may be professional recognition or achievement in your hobby or philanthropic endeavors. It may be healthy, happy, and engaged children—or a family life that provides day-after-day enjoyment and bliss. Or it may be entrance onto the world stage for a project or subject matter you are passionate about.
Whatever your definition of suc- cess, rest assured that you hold in your hands the road map to achieving it. He was writing a newspaper column about successful people for the biggest newspaper in the Philippines, and asked me for an interview. At the end of a very engaging hour, I told him that he was a great interviewer and asked how long he had been doing it. With a sense of pride, he replied that I was his very first interviewee. He went on to say that, up until recently, he and two partners had owned and operated three successful restaurants, but that bickering be- tween the partners had eventually led to the failure of the business.
He had taken public transportation to the book signing because he no longer owned a car. Two and a half years later, I returned to Manila to conduct another workshop. I was curi- ous, so I walked over to the group, and—to my surprise and delight—the man in the blue blazer was John Calub! He told me that he had become one of the most successful business- men in Manila. Sitting in the seminar, with my arms crossed tightly across my chest, I listened carefully as Jack Canfield described his principles for success. At first I was very skeptical. He had crazy ideas—like cutting out pic- tures, pasting them on a board and looking at it every day, then feeling as though you already had what you wanted.
My rational mind said, What a joke. Like looking at some pictures is going to help me get what I want. At one point, Jack even talked about Dr. With my mind full of doubts and questions, I returned home from the seminar and thought more about what Jack had shared. It soon dawned on me: Jack was a very, very successful guy who had used these principles—and here I was totally broke. Who would you listen to? I asked myself. Besides, I had lost everything—I had nothing else to lose.
I decided to read the book he had given me and diligently follow the principles for one year. Every week I worked with a different principle.
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The first image I cut out was a picture of a BMW—my dream car. At the time, I was so far away from affording any car, let alone a BMW. To get around, I walked or rode in a Jeepney, a very crowded mode of pub- lic transportation in the Philippines. Soon, however, I used the principle to turn my doubt into trust.
It worked! And within a year, I bought my first BMW. Then, during the seminar, Jack led us through an exercise to identify our deepest passion. I not only realized I have a love for teaching, but I began to identify it as my true gift and purpose. I started coaching and began consulting for different com- panies. My income quickly rose, and soon I was earning over a million pesos—which in the Philippines is a lot of money! Next, I combined my interest in travel with my passion for teaching and began conducting seminars around the world.
Today, my training company is the biggest profit center of all the companies I own. Jack has helped me see that you really can have it all. If I can go from broke to becoming a star in my field just by living these principles, anyone can. Many were living a hand-to-mouth existence but are now on their way to becoming multi- millionaires.
We are all living proof that the principles always work, if you always work the principles. John Calub experienced the power of The Success Principles—and you, too, will see changes in your life when you apply these classic principles along with the new insights contained in this 10th Anniversary Edition. I salute you. I congratulate you. I welcome you on this journey. I have guesses enough of my own. This is a book of timeless principles used by successful men and women throughout history. I have studied these success principles for over 30 years and have applied them to my own life.
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The phenomenal level of success that I now enjoy is the result of applying these principles day in and day out since I began to learn them in I have given speeches to members of Congress, pro- fessional athletes, corporate managers, and sales superstars in many of the best resorts and retreat centers in the world—from the Four Seasons Resort in the British West Indies to the finest hotels in Acapulco and Cancun.
I enjoy skiing in Idaho, California, and Utah; go river rafting in Colorado; and hike in the mountains of California and Washington. All in all, life is a real kick! Yet like most of you reading this book, my life started out in a very av- erage way. My mother was an alcoholic and my father was a workaholic. I went to college on a scholarship and worked serving breakfast in one of the dorms to pay for books, clothes, and dates. Nobody handed me anything on a sil- ver platter. I know what it is like to be scraping by on the bottom rungs of the economic ladder. After graduate school, I started my career as a high school history teacher in an all-black school on the South Side of Chicago.
And then I met my mentor, W. Clement Stone. Stone was a self-made multimillionaire who hired me to work at his foundation, where he trained me in the fun- damental success principles that I still operate from today. My job was to teach these same principles to others.
Over the years, I have gone on from my time with Mr. Stone to interview hundreds of successful people— Olympic and professional athletes, celebrated entertainers, bestselling au- thors, business leaders, political leaders, successful entrepreneurs, and top salespeople. I have read literally thousands of books, attended hundreds of seminars, and listened to thousands of hours of audio programs to uncover the universal principles for creating success and happiness.
I then applied those principles to my own life. The ones that worked are the principles I have taught in my speeches, seminars, and workshops to well over 2 mil- lion people in all 50 U. My students have started successful businesses, become self-made millionaires, achieved athletic stardom, received lucrative record- ing contracts, starred in movie and television roles, won political offices, had huge impact in their communities, written bestselling books, been named teacher of the year in their school districts, broken all sales records in their companies, written award-winning screenplays, become presidents of their corporations, been recognized for their outstanding philanthropic contributions, created highly successful relationships, and raised unusually happy and successful children.
I know for a fact that you, too, can attain unimagined levels of success. Because the principles and techniques always work—all you have to do is put them to work for you. A few years before I wrote this book, I was interviewed on a television show in Dallas, Texas.
I had made the claim that if people would use the principles I was teaching, they could double their income and double their time off in less than 2 years. The woman interviewing me was highly skeptical. If they did work, she had to ask me back and tell her viewers the principles had worked. She told me that not only had she already doubled her income but she had also moved to a bigger station with a substantial pay increase, had started a public speaking career, and had already finished and sold a book—all in just 9 months!
The fact is that anyone can consistently produce these kinds of results on a regular basis. All you have to do is decide what you want, believe you deserve it, and practice the success principles in this book. The principles and strategies are the same. Whether it is exercising, meditating, reading, studying, learning a new language, creating a mastermind group, setting measurable goals, visualizing success, repeating affirmations, or practicing a new skill, you are going to have to do it.
No one else can do these things for you. I will give you the road map, but you will have to drive the car. I will teach you the principles, but you will have to apply them. If you choose to put in the effort, I promise you the rewards will be well worth it. The next few chapters have to do with taking those necessary but sometimes scary action steps that are required to make your dreams come true. You also need to understand the methodology for removing self-defeating beliefs, fears, and habits that are holding you back.
You must learn how to release the brakes, or you will always experience life as a struggle and fall short of your intended goals. You may want to read this book through once just to get a feel for the total process before you start the work of creating the life you truly want. The principles are presented in an order that builds one upon the other. They are like the numbers in a combination lock—you need all the num- bers, and you need them in the right order. If you know the combination, the lock has to open for you. Then review those notes and highlighted sections again and again.
Repetition is the key to real learning. But ask yourself, Am I currently practicing them? If not, make a commitment to put them into action—now! Remember, the principles only work if you work the principles. If not, start now. Like many of my past students and clients, you, too, may find yourself resisting taking some of the suggested action steps.
But my experience has shown that the ones you most resist are the ones you most need to embrace. Remember, reading this book is not the same as doing the work, any more than reading a book on weight loss is the same as actually eliminating cer- tain foods, eating fewer calories, and exercising more. You might find it useful to connect with one or two other people who would like to join you as accountability partners see page and ensure that each of you actually implements what you learn. True learning only occurs when you assimilate and apply the new information—when there is a change in your behavior.
Initially you may find yourself getting very excited about all this new information. You may feel a newfound sense of hope and enthusiasm for the new vision of your life as it can be. This is good.
But be forewarned that you may also begin to experience other feel- ings, as well. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Education. Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. Even though many teens are urged to get good grades, many feel lost when it comes to setting powerful goals and creating the life they really want.
Jack Canfield, cocreator of the famed Chicken Soup for the Soul series has teamed up with successful author and young entrepreneur Kent Healy to design a fun and engaging teen-friendly book that offers the timeless information and inspiration to get from where you are to where you really want to be. The Success Principles for Teens is a roadmap for every young person. It doesn't matter if your goal is to become a better student or athlete, start a business, make millions of dollars, or simply find guidance and direction, the principles in this book always work, if you work the principles.
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