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The Common Denominator of Success

By Albert E.N. Gray

The Common Denominator of success – the secret of success of every mon who has ever been successful – lies in the fact that he formed the habit of doing things that failures don’t like to do.  Download you free copy of The Common Denominator of Success today to discover your path to success.

The “things” that failures don’t like to do are the very same things that we don’t like to do either.  But why do successful people seem to like to do the things that so many of us don’t like to do?  They don’t!  However, by doing the things they don’t like to do, they can accomplish the things they want to accomplish.  Successful men and women are influenced by the desire for pleasing results.  Failures are influenced aby the desire for pleasing methods and are satisfied with whatever results they obtain by doing the things they like to do. 

“This common denominator of success is so big, so powerful, and so vitally important to your future and mine that I’m not going to make a speech about it.  I’m just going to ‘lay in on the line’ in words of one syllable, so simple that everyone can understand them.  The common denominator of success – the secret of success of every person who has ever been successful – lies in the fact that he or she formed the habit of doing things that failures don’t like to do.  It’s just as true as it sounds and it’s just as simple as it seems.”  Albert E.N. Gray

This essay was written for a group of life insurance salesmen but you can definitely apply it to anyone—regardless of profession.  In fact, you will realize after reading this book that your success can be completely independent from your choice of profession.