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Why do only few people in the world succeed?

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Success is not something that can be measured in money or anything else of value. Simplicity, success is when we are satisfied with the feelings and limitations of ourselves. At the most basic level, the main success is your relationship with yourself.

So why do you dream, have a nostalgic but you still haven't been able to succeed? The main answer is that you are not sufficiently determined, the commitment and the real effort to achieve something. By success is when you do not compromise with the lazy of yourself. Once there is a determination, you will find any way, even do anything to achieve the goal.

For example, if you want to become wealthy, you must first change the mindset of enrichment and how to spend in life. To accomplish this, you must learn to be tough with yourself and win the desire of yourself. So again, you should remember that the most fierce war to touch the door to succeed is in the main determination and commitment of self.

More than that, when you have dreams, determination and positives in thinking, your brain will form a reflex habit to continually take over new information. It is also the way to help you change lifestyle, think and improve yourself.

In particular, when there is commitment, you will stop justifies the lazy and the lies of yourself. Conversely, if you only dream without a commitment to yourself then you will never get the desired thing.

Besides, the fear of failure and lack of determination is the biggest enemy on your success path. This is also the excuse for you to not change and do not dare to do the things you desire. Impaired to the same, you've really failed right in the compromise between you and yourself.

So the most important thing that you need to do is to commit to myself. Remember, you'll do it and you just have to believe in what you do and make your best effort to get there. Will you seriously "talk" to yourself or continue to rhetoric for the lazy and lack of determination of yourself? The answer lies in yourself!
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very well said
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Well I tried learning to be more successful. I hope I can do it.
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I'm certain you can!
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