Success Breeds Success. Are YOU ready to elevate your success and prosperity? G is challenging YOU!
G knows first hand what it feels like to be on both sides of the fence of prosperity and success. Over the past thirty years he has seen his ups and downs. At one point he was depressed and suicidal. Due to God’s grace, he has been able to reclaim his personal power and step into his Courageous, Playful and Powerful Warrior magnificence. This has elevated him into living a life of purpose, on purpose and for God’s purpose.
Are you like 95% of entrepreneurs? Feeling overwhelmed, confused, or even a little scared? Are you working harder and seeing less results? Are you searching for the clarity of how to develop and grow your business to become a system that supports you and your lifestyle? Are you choosing to create or rebuild a stable financial foundation quickly, because worrying about money and the future is a constant challenge? Becoming one of the “Top 5%” allows you to be financial free, live a fulfilled and passionate life, and be able to spend the time with those you love. G teaches and supports you and provides the keys to reclaim your personal potential and power. G extends to all like-minded associates, the means to pursue their passion and be a part of a magnificent community dedicated to assisting you in where you choose to be and live life.
“The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary”. While most of us have no need for a dictionary to know what it means to work hard, we often wonder what is the meaning of success. The dictionary definition of success is ‘the accomplishment of an aim or favorable outcome’. The first Webster’s dictionary ever printed in 1806 gave the description of success as “fortunate, happy, kind, and prosperous.” Notice in this definition, fame, fortune, and power have no part of success. Coach John Wooden’s definition of success (noted above) parallels that of the 1806 definition. The definition of Prosperity; a successful, flourishing, or thriving condition, especially in financial respects; good fortune.
Even when success and prosperity brings fame, fortune or prestige, in many instances it feels like a partial or temporary result or satisfaction. Our human nature requires us to achieve, often over many obstacles. There is more to the meaning of success than merely accomplishment. If success were easy, there would be no such thing as failure. The achievement of something that is easily attainable provides us with no real sense of satisfaction. For example, no one likes to win a match due to the other team’s forfeit. To feel like we have succeeded, some effort must be required so as to entitle us to the reward satisfaction brings. As Sophocles said, “There is no success without hardship.”
Success requires more than effort. The effort needs to be valued effort. This is the first dynamic in the meaning of success. In Robert Louis Stevenson’s words “To travel, is hopefully better than to arrive, and the true success is in the labor”. It is in the journey.
Are you ready and committed to elevate your success, to be empowered, and to live a life of purpose, on purpose and for God’s purpose? Are you committed to putting in the necessary effort? Are you coachable? Do you have the ability to ‘stay the course’, when things become tough? Do you enjoy working with others of ‘like mind’? By answering yes to the following questions, then you are ready to challenge your self. Let’s challenge each other and go after our goals, dreams and aspirations together!