Kop Kopmeyer wrote four bestselling books which each contained principles for success, for a total of success principles. Successful people make decisions today that will influence their future in the Kop Kopmeyer wrote success principles in 4 bestselling book, but he also. Posts about Kop Kopmeyer written by AD. He continued saying that although there are numerous principles; none of them work Imagine that all of us are equipped with a “success mechanism” and a “failure mechanism.
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Why are some people more successful than others? Why do some people make more money and have bigger organizations in Direct Selling? Why are some better recruiters while others are success at selling? Insights that give us better vision.
Insights that give us better perspective. An insight that all successful people share in common. Think of someone in your life who was successful at business, sports, music or even a had successful marriage or family.
All of them throughout all of time had discipline in order to achieve that success. Success is long lasting. I once heard an author and speaker, Brian Tracy, tell a story that stood out to me. Brian Tracy randomly met a man named Kop Kopmeyer.
Now Kop was someone Brian was familiar with because Mr. Kopmeyer had written four large books; each of which contained success principles that he had derived from more than fifty years of research and study.
Brian had read all four books from cover to kopmeyee than once. Brian Tracy went on to say that Self-discipline is the key to personal greatness.
It is the magic quality that opens all doors for you and makes everything else possible. With self-discipline, the average person can rise as far and as fast as his talents and intelligence can take him. But without self-discipline, a person with every blessing of background, education ,and opportunity will seldom rise above mediocrity.
EM Gray spent his life searching for the one common denominator that all successful people shared. But their disliking is subordinated to the strength of their purpose. Let me share an experience I had when I was younger.
For two years, the head guy succees the local church I attended continually asked me to speak in front of the congregation.
So I never did. The church leader even showed up at my house to plead with me but still I said there was no way I would ever speak in church until I was at least 19 years princuples. I had a fear of public speaking. And even more a fear of just being average. So I avoided it. When I started in the Direct Sales industry I was uncomfortable speaking in front of a kolmeyer group of 2 or 3 people.
But I did it anyways. And I kept doing it. My poor business partner, Lance Conrad, was there with me cringing because he knew he could present better. My strength was talking with people one on one. I was as good as it got at connecting people but I did not like public speaking!
When I started in this business, I knew what I needed to do. Kkopmeyer knew I had to overcome my fears; and so despite my fears, I still continued to get up in front of people. For the past few years now I have felt very comfortable in front of large groups.
Now I share that story because of what we just read. I will repeat what EM Gray wrote. I remember talking with my mentor a few summers ago. We were talking about what it takes in any primciples, but especially in this one, to be successful. Once again I was reminded the value of discipline. You must become focused on becoming the ideal person you want to be. It is the key to becoming who you really want to be. For each of us, discipline will vary at different levels. I firmly believe that if you can increase your discipline in anything it can help you in everything.
A couple years ago I tracked everything: By doing this, I developed habits that have stuck to this day.
I have only missed reading something spiritual, like the Bible, once in the past five years. Listen, I know some of these goals are kind of crazy. Ok, not kind of. Many of these goals I do for sheer practice of discipline! I principoes I like carbonation as much as you.
I used to have four Dr.
I guarantee I like candy just as much as anyone. I do crazy goals every year to practice discipline. To prove to myself that I CAN! The year before last, I decided I needed to do something great for my wife. I wanted to show her how much I loved her. So everyday for an entire year, I wrote something about our day, something I was grateful for about her I had once heard of Darren Hardy doing this. I did it in secret. After one year, I got all of her friends and family to write their favorite things about her.
Then I took the journal I wrote, along with what her friends and family said, and added pictures from throughout that year. I put it all in a book and gave it to her for our anniversary. It was a great great strength to our marriage. It took massive discipline and in the end it helped me tremendously.
We track our work but not anything else.
Really, think about that. If you want to get better at anything in life, your discipline must increase. He who looks for kkopmeyer way can find it. Get disciplined in your business. Get disciplined in your life. Be disciplined with your time. Go out and own your life. Go out and own your principlws. This is your chance to make something happen. God did not put us on this earth to fail; BUT to succeed you have to have discipline. Everything worthwhile takes discipline! Nothing worthwhile is easy.
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