It’s simple, really… but we often neglect most answers we hear because we hear them so often. The secrets for success still start with things like hard work, dedication, and time.
Yes, there are shortcuts – and this what I hope to give you – but the shortcut doesn’t avoid some hard work for a short period of time if you want to make well into the 6-figures each year, or ‘retire’ 3+ decades too early.
Defensive end J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans is the best in the world at what he does. How does he do it? Simple. Watch this 2 minute video from SI.com and see the highlights of what he said below:
“The reason cliches become cliches is because they’re true. People talk all the time about work ethic, working hard, dedication and commitment, and sometimes people write off those answers because they do seem cliche. But the honest-to-God truth is if you put in the time and effort, you can truly be great.
“I think it’s a daily commitment. I heard a quote that I like one time. It says:
Success isn’t owned. It’s leased. And rent is due every day.
“And that’s a cliché right there. But it’s the absolute truth.
“Some people chase money. Some people chase fame. Some chase greatness – and that’s what I’m trying to do.” – JJ Watt
Chase greatness at whatever it is that you do. Money will result.