Inspirational, Life Mastery, Uncategorized

Three Percent Of The Cake

Heya guys!

In this one, I got some exciting news for those of you who want to be successful doing their passion. Success is not a question of “if” but a question of “when”, but only for those who are willing to go the distance and never quit until they make it.

Success has a recipe, it is like making a cake, and everybody can do that. Success is a process; it is an attitude and a way of living. If everybody can do that, why are so many people not successful?

The main reason in my eyes is that people don’t even think about succeeding in a big way and that is why they don’t bother educating themselves about success. How will you bake a cake if you don’t think about it? How will you even get a recipe book?!

The knowledge and information about how to succeed we can find in the most obvious place – in those who ARE successful! (Ye, I know… pretty stupid how easy it is). Most of those who made it share their story regardless the field they work in. We can go online and find hundreds if not thousands of stories, lectures, disciplines and rituals that will support us on the way to the top and it is all free.

So regarding the issue we started with I believe that the problem is that people don’t think in the direction of success. So how will they ever get there?

Another thing we should consider is that among those who know how to make a cake, many are too lazy to go and do it. It is possible that quitting starts at the education part; while they learn about what it takes they start losing interest and stop the process. Even those who actually invested the time to learn and made it all the way to the application part, they fail at consistency. Those rituals successful people are talking about are daily rituals and it takes a lot of discipline to stick to the process religiously.

“If you skip today, you will skip every day.”

We must live the rituals and the path to success.

“Study success from those who made it so you know what to do. Study failure from those who failed so you know what to avoid.”

It is clearer to me now why only 3% of people master their fields of work and succeed. There are so many steps on the way to the top, that each step eliminates those who are not ready. At the top, we can find the 3% who were the most disciplined, serious, determined, right and courageous.

Those “3%ters” invest their time so wisely and do not waste their lives.

The time will pass ANYWAY, why not build your way to the top? Even if it takes 20 years… 30 years! It is better than nothing at all, isn’t it? As long as you are alive, those years will go by faster than you can imagine.

Remember: The numbers don’t change, only the faces.

So do yourself a favor and build yourself to become a “3%ter”.

With Peace, Love & Hope,



7 thoughts on “Three Percent Of The Cake”

  1. Great post! I also think fear is a big reason to why people choose to not fully succeed in what they do. Being on top takes a lot of work and a lot of gut, and you pretty much have to take the leap and throw yourself out there – which not everyone are courageous enough to do. But those who do it works as great motivators for the rest of the world! 🙂

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    1. Courage is the number one thing you should have if you want to make it. It took me a long time to exercise this muscle and stop worring over nothing.
      Fear was holding me paralyzed for a long time, I am glad I started fafacing demons when I was 20. Now I am 22 and it is just getring better 🙂

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  2. I’ve read from a book that another reason why people fail to succeed is because they only consider what their passion is, not their ability or capability. To be successful, it is important that you like what you do and at the same time you “can” actually do it.
    If you are gifted with a talent, I say you develop that further and be the best that you can be on that area. Put 80% of your time and energy in improving what you already have… then use the 20% to the other stuff that you’re not gifted with, because later, you can just delegate that to other people. 🙂

    “Study success from those who made it so you know what to do. Study failure from those who failed so you know what to avoid.”- I agree with you on this 100%! 🙂

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