Most of us, if we’re lucky, get one shot at major league success. The question is, are you ready for your one-time opportunity? Watch this short video I taped before being interviewed on FOX 5-TV in Las Vegas, and I’ll look forward to your comments.

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Steve Siebold
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.

3 thoughts on “Are You Ready for Success?”

  1. Hi!

    I have been “ready” for success for a long time.

    I invest in the stock market, and my earnings are up 760% so far this year.

    I have a fantastic mentor/coach who has helped me understand the “market manipulation” and the “psychology of the public” in order to be successful in the market.

    I do not take losses, and two of my stocks are losses so far but I believe based on purchasing these “correctly” at the start, then I expect these two stocks to head up over a short period of time from now.

    I am ready, and have been ready for a long time.

    Thank you!

    L. M.

  2. For me the fact at this moment is I am ready to do and I AM doing what it takes to take advantage of the opportunity. I am certainly not ready to be on stage in front of 7k people and do the job YET—but every single day I am focused on doing the next right thing that will prepare me for the moment of truth. To be ready for this moment I have made sure I do what is needed, every single day—for example—The moment I saw myself on video at the Gove Speech workshop I knew I needed to lose weight, so far I am down a little over 30 lbs and have been 100% compliant on my nutrition and exercise program. This also is a very important part of being a Mental Toughness Coach, both corporate and with the Think Rich Team–how in the world can I tell people I am mentally tough yet carry 50 pounds of fat around every day! I have downloaded over 150 cd’s to my mp3 player and for the 3 hours per day of exercise I am doing–(walking 5 miles per day every day–and a weight program)–I listen to personal development programs, Bob Proctor, Steve Siebold, Zig Ziglar etc. I ordered every book that was recommended in 177 as a resource plus Shad Helmstetters’ CD’s on self talk. (this only cost about $600 altogether). I am writing vignettes, speaking at conventions, joined the Tiger Program for the Think Rich Team. I am also planning to spend more time in the States to make sure I am able to connect personally with prospects–I have plans to divide my time in Costa Rica and the States and pursue opportunities in both countries. This week I also will go to a spa in Sarasota where they have a flotation tank–I did try this about 30 years ago and hope to gain some insights into my new adventures. Sorry for the long post but it feels good to take a look at what I have been focused on and I feel confident I will not let the opportunity of a lifetime slip through my fingers when it presents itself!

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