10 Rules For Success By "Some" Of The Best

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10 rules for success by

All this is from the youtube channel Evan Carmichael. To find full videos for the 10 rules. Simply google the name of the person you are intrested in and 10 rules for success.

I picked various people from Business, Strategists/Speakers , Sports and even Entertainment/Acting.

Success Leaves Clues - Anthony Robbins

IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER

Tim Ferriss

1. Have other interests
2. Scratch your own itch
3. Learn the art of the pitch
4. Focus on your strengths
5. Be able to sell
6. Ideas are worth nothing
7. Pick the right things to do
8. Be pragmatically pessimistic
9. Have a focused metric
10. Use failure to help you


Steve Jobs

1. Don't live a limited life
2. Have passion
3. Design for yourself
4. Don't sell crap
5. Build a great team
6. Don't do it for the money
7. Be proud of your products
8. Build around customers
9. Marketing is about Values
10.Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish


Warren Buffett

1. Find your passion
2. Hire well
3. Don't care what others think
4. Read, read, read
5. Have a margin of safety
6. Have a competitive advantage
7. Schedule for your personality
8. Always be competing
9. Model success
10. Give unconditional love


Bill Gates

1. Have energy
2. Have a bad influence
3. Work hard
4. Create the future
5. Enjoy what you do
6. Play bridge
7. Ask for advice
8. Pick good people
9. Don't procrastinate
10. Have a sense of humor


Bruce Lee

1. Demonstrate impressively
2. Express yourself
3. Have faith in yourself
4. Exploit opportunity
5. Be confident
6. Be like water
7. Create your art
8. Commit Fearlessly
9. Don't think, feel
10. Take on the best


Robert Kiyosaki

1. Experience makes you smarter
2. The more you give, the more you receive
3. Change the way you think
4. Focus
5. Hard times bring new opportunities
6. Design the business properly
7. Know what you are working hard for
8. Don't be afraid of losses
9. Aim to acquire assets
10. Stop saving money, hedge it


Richard Branson

1. Keep it simple
2. Give it a try
3. Be a leader
4. Don't give up
5. Delegate
6. Treat people well
7. Shake things up
8. People will be skeptical
9. Affect lives positively
10. Do things differently


Sylvester Stallone

1. No means yes
2. Listen to your gut
3. Improvise
4. Don't give up, keep talking
5. Get it done
6. Believe in yourself
7. Find your process
8. Do one thing right
9. You only learn through failure
10. Keep moving forward


Michael Jordan

1. Keep working hard
2. Ignite the fire
3. Be different
4. Fail your way to success
5. Have high expectations
6. Be positive
7. Be who you were born to be
8. Have a vision
9. Stop making excuses
10. Practice


Donald Trump

1. Don't do it for the money
2. Never give up
3. Be into the details
4. Be totally focused
5. Get great employees
6. Work hard
7. Follow your instincts
8. Believe in yourself
9. Have a messy desk
10. Love what you do


Arnold Schwarzenegger

1. Have a clear goal
2. Think Big
3. Turn your liabilities into assets
4. Ignore the little man
5. Work your butt off
6. Make the world a better place
7. Don't be realistic
8. Don't be afraid to fail
9. Model Success
10. Believe in yourself


Mark Zuckerberg

1. You get what you spend your time doing
2. Get feedback
3. Make mistakes
4. Only hire people who you would work for
5. Make a change in the world
6. Learn from the people around you
7. Build a really good team
8. Give the very best experience
9. Care the most about it
10. Social bonds are critical


Kobe Bryant

1. Make sacrifices
2. One move at a time
3. Trust your skills
4. Use your scars as a weapon
5. Focus on each day
6. Don't be afraid of confrontation
7. Be competitive when it's hard
8. Just keep going
9. Thrive on being an outsider
10. Compete with yourself


Cristiano Ronaldo

1. Just play!
2. Be competitive
3. Always take on new challenges
4. Know your priorities
5. People will judge you
6. Work hard
7. Believe you are the best
8. Play for the team
9. Enjoy the moments
10. Have a sense of humor


Floyd Mayweather

1. Take one day at a time
2. Always be at your best
3. Have a game plan
4. Keep your eyes on the prize
5. Dedicate yourself to your craft
6. To become great, you have to follow greatness
7. You can never overlook anyone
8. Believe you are the best
9. Appreciate people that support you
10. Always have a backup plan


Oprah Winfrey

1.Understand the next right move
2. Seize your opportunity
3. Everyone makes mistakes
4. Work on yourself
5. Run the race as hard as you can
6. Believe
7. We are all seeking the same thing
8. Find your purpose
9. Stay grounded
10. Relax, it's going to be okay


Napoleon Hill

1. Have a definite purpose
2. Get along peacefully with others
3. Believe
4. Your only limit is yourself
5. Take action
6. Improve your personality
7. Create, recognize and act upon opportunities
8. Success must be planned
9. Move with courage and determination
10. Conceive, believe, achieve


Jackie Chan

1. Be yourself
2. Do it your own way
3. Learn from your audience
4. Work hard
5. Do it while you are young
6. It's not all about the money
7. Be different
8. Do the best you can
9. Keep your promises
10. Have mentors


Tony Robbins

1. Raise your standards
2. Be truly fulfilled
3. Progress equals happiness
4. Love your customers
5. Add value
6. Have an exit strategy
7. Be resourceful
8. Pay attention to the little things
9. Look for leverage
10. Change your mindset


Jim Rohn

1. Let's do it!
2. Ask for adventure
3. Work on yourself
4. Have a purpose
5. You've got to dream
6. Never give up
7. Rely on yourself
8. Learn from other people
9. Say "Enough is Enough!"
10. Think rich


The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. - Socrates

Again ! To find the full videos just search "Name" top 10 rules for success.

Credit goes to Evan Carmichael and his team.

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  • SunnyCaliGirl
    I loved reading this
    • You should got watch the videos too. If you loved reading this I am sure ! sure sure ! you will love the videos too.

  • Anonymous
    Basically what I got from this is everything that's against who I am, but who many people are attracted to. There are some things in here I agree with and some I don't.

    I'll list the ones I relate to the most and the ones I don't relate to the most. Here are the ones I relate to the most:

    Richard Branson: Mostly for delegate, keeping it simple, and acknowledging that people will be skeptical.

    Kobe Bryant: For don't be afraid of confrontation, thrive on being an outsider, and compete with yourself.

    *Floyd Mayweather: I relate to him the most. Mostly because he said you can never overlook anyone. It's true. You can learn from anybody. That's why I don't just listen to older people. Everybody wants to get "wisdom" from the old guy. A child can teach you things as well. I don't overlook children. I try to learn from everybody. Appreciate people who support you. I definitely try to do that. It's a great feeling knowing people care enough to give you support. Always have a back up plan. I've learned that from the very beginning. It's important, because sometimes things aren't going to go your way.

    Jackie Chan: Be yourself. Do it your way. Keep your promises.

    Here are the ones who I didn't relate to that much:

    Tim Ferriss: Yeah being able to sell is good, but it's not something I'm the best at. I agree, but I can't really relate to it. Marketing is a talent. Ideas are worth nothing. Actually ideas are very important. Everything starts with an idea. How can you be successful if you don't have an idea? A plan? Pick the right things to do. What are the right things to do? It's easier said than done.

    Tony Robbins: Raise your standards. I don't know what he meant totally, but I feel like that's getting close to douchey proportions. Looking for leverage probably does help to be successful, but it's not something I'd want to stand behind.

    Arnold: Ignore the little man? What's that mean? If he means figuratively then that's actually a bad business plan. The little man makes up most of the market. Isn't that the middle to poor class? Those are the people you DON'T ignore. Don't be realistic. I think you should have some sense of realism in your way of thinking.

    *Sylvester Stallone: Didn't relate to him the most. No means yes. No no means no. You only learn through failure. No you can learn from success. Keep talking? I'm not much of a talker so maybe that's why I don't relate as much.
    • Anonymous

      This is a great take.

    • Alright great to see you got some value out of this. I will explain the ones you don't understand. Tim Ferriss : Be able to sell. Selling is a skill that can be tuaght... Like any talent enough practice can get you to the same level. Its making something more appealing to the eye. Selling is not only product but oneself. When you are in an interview for a job... What are you selling? Yourself! When you are presenting an idea. You are selling it. So it is a skill that is well worth learning. There are plenty of books on it so don't worry. Ideas are worth nothing. What he means by this is its one thing to have an idea but you have to act on it otherwise its worth virtually nothing. Its that could have been a millionaire thing people say. But I understand what you mean. Pick the right things to do.. eg Don't waste time watching tv. prioritize is basically what that means.

    • Tony Robbins: Raise your standards. All of us have standards. A standard is something that is met consistently.. You eating standards. You meet them right? Want a better body? Raise your eating standards. Your reading standards. You meet them? Want to be smarter? Raise your reading standards. Your exercise standards. You meet them whatever they are. Want to be more fit or better looking? Raise your exercise standards.
      Leverage. Doing something massive with small effort. So you are bad at sales as you said. Now you hire someone who loves selling. They are good at it. Now you pay them to sell your product. Leverage. You don't have to go through the struggles of trying and hoping. You can now focus on something else you are good at. Increasing productivity and joy.

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