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The Key to Success:
The Ultimate Secret

by Kevin Hogan

Page 4

The Ultimate Secret

ACTION: Walk through the fire of your feelings, fear and pain and you will ultimately FEEL COMFORTABLE and FAMILIAR with all of the NEW ASPECTS of Life, Your Experiences, Business Projects and most importantly, your Relationships.

This new discipline, combined with MOMENTUM makes you unstoppable.

Persistence leads to Success in BusinessMomentum is SO important.

If you dedicate 10 hours per day, 7 days per week, to your project X for six weeks, it will be almost a sure thing that you will succeed over the next 10 years at Project X.

It's the momentum early in ANY project or relationship that determines it's trajectory and destiny.

Your life will COMPLETELY change.
You will be COMPLETELY transformed.
You will be CAPABLE of just about anything that is humanly possible.

But only a teeny tiny percentage of people will be willing to be that uncomfortable for six weeks.

Chained. istockphoto/lisegagne After all, they already work 8 hours a day plus commuting! They are handcuffed!

They want and demand BALANCE when they get home.

They are so screwed.

In simple terms:

Women will go through discomfort for 9 MONTHS to have a baby.

(If you are a guy...and think you were all that important, even if you went to the baby classes, you're so self-deluded that you'll never make it in business. You went to the classes for one reason. To convince your wife you were worth not killing.)

Women go 9 months...but men?

The guy won't spend 9 WEEKS to create a financial support system for the baby and Mom. (And you wonder why we are expendable as men? Hello?)

That Mom is pregnant 24/7. There is no "longer day." They are all long. And I'm flat out serious.

Oh and don't think I'm being politically correct. Two years later that Mom will go to a job and get paid less than a man because she missed two years of whirlwind changes in business that she couldn't humanly have kept up with. And that business project is a lot easier than having a baby. Promise...

Success is about reality. People who whine that something is too hard and you know what? I have no problem with that.

People who whine that something is too hard and don't DO ANYTHING TO OVERCOME IT, I got a big problem with that.

What's a real shame is that people TRULY BELIEVE that building their own business which is something they have chosen, something they personally find interesting, something that might actually be rewarding, is harder than running the hamster wheel every day for the rest of their life (until they retire).

The only thing that is 'harder' is the work that will be done in the first couple of months while building momentum.

After that nothing compares to the freedom your own love and interests bring. And you know that every hour you work, is for you and those who depend on you.

But it's darn tough to get someone to make decisions based upon how they MIGHT FEEL in two months.

The VALUE of some FEELING or some DOLLAR FIGURE in two months is NOTHING compared to the pain or fear or ANYTHING that you FEEL NOW, in this moment...

Five actions that lead to your success...

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Kevin Hogan
Network 3000 Publishing
16526 W. 78th St. #138
Eden Prairie, MN 55346
(612) 616-0732

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