How To Reach The 5%

How To Reach The 5%

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The vast majority (95%) of people base their actions on moods and feelings. If they don’t feel like working out, they don’t. If they’re not in the mood to write something for their dream book, they won’t. If they don’t feel like waking up early in the morning, they hit the snooze button.  

No wonder only a few people become ultra successful, with the rest of humanity barely achieving anything. So if you want to be successful at what you do — whether you plan on being a world class entrepreneur or practicing your craft like a master — look at what most people do, then do the exact opposite: Never base your actions on moods or feelings. Instead, base your decisions on results, standards and principles.

That’s what separates ultra successful people from the herd. Successful people are addicted to a sense of accomplishment, and have overcome the natural tendency to avoid tough challenges and take the easy way out.

Join me as I share my experiences and thoughts after engaging extremely successful personalities and finding out exactly what makes them tick.

This podcast will help you gain clarity about your own purpose and what it takes to make those tough calls that will help you breach boundaries and cover new ground.

But you need to make the decision now. Remember, if you hit the snooze button, you’ll end up working for someone who didn’t. If you do what the elite 5% do, then you will definitely improve your sales performance, reach optimum fitness, publish a book, or upscale your business.

The world needs excellent leaders and you need to step up to make a difference. Listen and make a decision now that your future self will thank you for.

In this episode, you will learn . . .

  • The one thing that separates ultra successful people from the rest of humanity. (00:43)
  • How to use “The Decision Train” to work in your favor. (01:19)
  • Why standards and principles always trump moods and feelings. (6:40)


  • What do you need to start doing right now?
  • What do you need to stop doing?  
  • What do you need to continue doing that’s serving you well?

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