How to Achieve Success Through One Formula
(Beliefs + Systems + Action) x People + Artificial Intelligence = Massive Successful Progress
The process always starts with your beliefs, your faith in yourself, your faith in God, and/or your belief that whatever you are doing will be a success. This is where it all stems from–your thoughts create a plan. One example I came across that hit the spot on this subject was with Milton Hershey. Hershey wasn’t a success the first time around. Before bringing us his sweet Milk Chocolate treats, he failed a few times. Before he made it big, he had his own candy business. He worked hard for a local candy factory and learned the candy process over a few years. He wasn’t content working for someone else, so he borrowed some money from his aunt and started his own candy shop in Philly. For five years he worked hard and he failed pretty badly. Not just once, but a few times. He failed so badly that he had to go back to his family farm and that’s where he perfected his milk chocolate methods. It took a while, but he stuck with it and kept on believing in himself. His family upbringing not only instilled the idea that hard work brings success, but that believing in your work is the defining factor. Hershey believed in his vision and worked to achieve it, no matter what others said… https://www.biography.com/people/milton-hershey-9337133
Start with a Vision of Success…
From there you purposefully or inadvertently create a system, a process that if put in place and followed will result in a positive result. The systems set here will determine how much growth you will have. There will be times where you may have to come back and tweak your systems so that it adjusts to your scalability. Your systems have to be realistic and logical. In an article about Jeff Bezos, the Creator of Amazon, we can see how he built a system to create Amazon. In 1994, before the Internet was truly valued, Bezos came across an article stating the Internet was growing 2,300% a year. Instead of shrugging the statistic off, he asked, “What kind of business opportunity might this new-fangled thing called the Internet represent?” Bezos deconstructed a traditional business process for delivering goods and “The Earth’s Biggest Bookstore” was born. Just as Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his team took apart a brand new Mercedes Benz to better understand how it worked before building their own, experimenters seize opportunities to learn more about the world and the process it took to find earlier successes. “The only way to know how a complex system will behave — after you modify it — is to modify it and see how it behaves,” said George Box, former president of the American Statistics. http://fortune.com/2015/09/17/amazon-founder-ceo-jeff-bezos-skills/
…Then Take Action
Action is the part where you stop thinking and start doing. It’s the actual effort you put into making your beliefs and systems come to fruition. This step can take a long time to be applied, over many months and years before anything comes of it. Without action, though, your plan will not come to life! Steve Jobs wasn’t an engineer, he didn’t know the intricacies of building electronics like Wozniak did…..