Success Primarily Lies In Doing What Others Don’t Like To Do…


I am not a mass follower and this is simply because I dwell largely on the famous words of Mohandas Gandhi “An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it”.
Apart from the reality echoed above by Ghandi about “majority involvement”, every successful person I know, have known or have read about threaded on individual lines, digging deep and taking passion in the very things the “majority” did not like to do.

It does not take more than common sense for every individual to comprehend that, if all of us with the desire to be successful keep chasing or developing a single or substitutable product, we will be left with no consumers at the end of the race.

Being unique is a hallmark of Success and this can easily be achieved by having a strong desire to pursue that which everyone seems to have lost hope in, picking up the difficult task that everyone has left unattended to in order to chase the easier ones and developing the habit of doing those things that failures do not like to do.

Surely you have been putting tremendous efforts into your dreams and you have been consistent with your chase, yet you cannot feel the wind of success passing by your windows. Are you wondering why?

Have you given what you are doing a good consideration? Do you have any element of uniqueness in there or are you simply another fishmonger hoping to sell the same kind of fish to other struggling fishmongers?

Do not jump into a room only because others are successfully making it in there. This lousy concept called success gravitates towards uniqueness and towards those who have the ability to stand tall at places where others saw as impossible or have already fallen.

As we start a new week, remember what A. Jackson King once said “The secret of success of every man who has ever been successful lies in the fact that he formed the habit of doing those things that failures don’t like to do”.

Remember in the market of “success”, we are all sellers and how much you take home primarily depends on the uniqueness of what you are offering. Do not follow the masses; rather cultivate the habit of doing what the masses do not like to do and the wind of success will surely sweep you away.

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Esq
I am a Hedonist, Contrarian, Traveller, Lawyer, Atheist, Thinker, Writer, Minimalist & a Professional Truth Sayer.


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