How To Read Successful People’s Success Stories

Perry Gruber
Feb 20, 2019 · 14 min read
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Photo: Clark Tibbs on Unsplash
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There are more success stories than there is time to read them. Learning how to read them is more important than reading them all. (Photo: Annie Spratt on Unsplash)


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You’re a few moments away from remembering what you’ve forgotten. (Photo: Tachina Lee on Unsplash)

How Success Really Happens

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You have as many do overs as you need to become successful. That’s because you’re eternal. (Meme by the author)

Through Life Experience Visions Are Automatic

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Arnold Giving up the secrets. You always know Successfuls share real secrets when they use keywords such as “luck” or “fortunate”. (Photo credit: YouTube/Goalcast)

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Arnold’s second clue. The keyword “fortunate” always points to knowledge, the speaker is unware they have. (Photo: YouTube/Goalcast)
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Note the yellow box. Arnold acknowledges his “hard work” and “struggle” “didn’t matter”. (Photo: YouTube/Goalcast)

Speed Builds As Success Gets Bigger

Conan The Barbarian: The Big Break

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The Epic Conan Poster.

“When your Broader Perspective organizes events in your life, it works with other people’s Broader Perspectives. Your Broader Perspective has your best interests in mind. Other people’s Broader Perspectives have your interests in mind too. And vice versa. So when a person shows up in your life, they agreed, through their Broader Perspective, to be there. In being there, they get what they are wanting. Even as you get what you want. Everyone in any situation gets the same thing: what they want. There are no exceptions to this.”

Pain Endurance: Unnecessary.

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