Are authors failing to achieve their goals, realize their dreams, and become successful simply because they fail to reach beyond the realm of what most people will try to do?
According to author Grant Cardone, famous for best-selling The 10X Rule, people would be far more successful if they supersized what they did – radically increasing their number of generated emails, ideas, connections, and activities – so that they can break through whatever seems to hold others back.
He says: “There is nothing ordinary about The 10X Rule. It is simply what it says it is: 10 times the thoughts and 10 times the actions of other people. The 10X Rule is about a pure domination mentality. You never do what others do. You must be willing to do what they won’t do – and even take actions that you might deem unreasonable.”
That is it. There is his formula for victory. Simple, yes, but can it be done?