JACK CANFIELD and IVAN MISNER talk about “How Success is the Uncommon Application of Common Knowledge.”
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The average business person, real successful people and college students, all agree on what it takes to be successful: goals, passion, vision, systems. Then why is it that we’re not all successful as we want to be?
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JACK CANFIELD: ”We had a wonderful conversation. You shared a number of things I though was really valuable. You talked about, success being the uncommon application of common knowledge. Can you unpack that a little bit?”
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IVAN MISNER: ”Sure. Success is the uncommon application of common knowledge, and I came to that because I would talk to business people and I’d ask them, “What’s it take to be succesful?”. And they’d say goals, passion, vision, systems.
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Then I’d talk to really successful people that were in my book like Erin Brockovich, Buzz Aldrin, and — I’d ask them, “What’s it take to be successful?” They’d say passion, goals, vision and system. The same list.
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And then I started asking my college students when I was a professor, and you know what they said? Same exact list. Passion, goals, vision and systems — except for one thing. They thought “luck” had something to do with it. And, my idea on luck is it pertains to sustained success, the harder you work the luckier you get.
So, I thought it was interesting that the average business person, real successful people and the college student, all agreed on what it took to be successful.
So, if we all know what it takes to be successful, then why is it that we’re not all successful as we want to be?
I think it’s the uncommon application of common knowledge. It’s taking these ideas and applying them in an uncommon way.
I didn’t create networking. I just created a system to network and I had a lot of passion for it and that’s what took my business off. And, I think anyone can be successful if they just take those basic principles and apply them with passion, with system and with vision… whatever works for them, but apply it consistently.”