The 4-Step Plan to Success

February 28, 2008 at 7:09 am 4 comments

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I have spent a great many years working on what I think is the ultimate, scaled-down version of the success plan.  I have read all the greats and the not-so-greats.  The obscure and the obvious.  But what I have come to learn is that the key to your success is not a secret.  I am going to – over the next few weeks – blog for you the general outline and then work the details of what I  know will make you successful – no matter how you define success…

Success, as it will be defined in these readings is multi-dimensional.  In your everyday life it will continually change and evolve. But what we can all agree on is this; if you are reading this it is that your ultimate goal is to be successful; not only in your professional life but in your personal life as well. Most people want to be rich and if you are not one of those you should probably stop reading about now. But remember being rich can be defined in a myriad of ways. For the purpose of this reading I will define it as being wealthy both financially and mentally.

Richness of mind and soul are definite parts of these ideas as it intertwines with economic richness too.

Success only responds to planning, backed up by strong emotional desires and consistent persistence in the attainment of your goal!  You may want to read that last sentence a few times. Personalize it and say it to yourself a few hundred times.

For the purpose of this initial writing I will outline my 4-step plan.  And then over the next few days and weeks I will fill in the blanks and expand the plan until you have a complete handy guide to success.

The four-step system to getting it all started.

1. Your definitive plan, expressed by continuous and incessant action.

2. Your definite purpose backed by a burning desire for its attainment.

3. Your mind tightly close to all negative influence. Those negative influences can come from places you least expect; friends, family and acquaintances.

4. Your Master Mind alliance with one or preferably more persons who will encourage and stand by you always helping you to follow your plan and your purpose

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Mohammad A. Dawood  |  February 28, 2008 at 6:42 pm

    Great work,

    Love to know the details of the 4 steps

  • 2. sureshrec22  |  March 4, 2008 at 2:18 pm

    Why you have given the name as Ya-ttitude. Is that a combination way to give Ya its Attitude or any specific reason. Its sounds different.

  • 3. willowdan  |  March 10, 2008 at 8:10 pm

    Is this 4-Step Plan your original, based on your personal experience? Just curious, as I believe you’re one of the very few(relative to the Earths population) individuals who may have achieve great success in financial wealth. I want to believe I’m dead serious to achieve the same given a chance, yet I need mentoring, in a way.

    I have spent much time trying to take many of the long-winded plans and cutting them down to something the layman can use – I was going to use 7 then 9 maybe 5 – But 4 is a nice and easy number to work with. Some of the thoughts are not original and may are – the presentation style is original – and – I am trying to make it a friendly, one-on-one method. Anyone can do this – I want to make that clear.


  • 4. willowdan  |  March 13, 2008 at 2:52 am

    I agree, they’re but the 1st 4 of the practical things to consider. I think I’m learning from reading your weblogs 😉


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