Success is a chemical equation. It’s us reacting with the world to produce a new outcome that changes both. At ENTRE Institute...

Success is a chemical equation. It’s us reacting with the world to produce a new outcome that changes both. At ENTRE Institute we have something called The Wheel of Growth (TM) that defines the ingredients of the reaction. - Knowledge - Tools - Environment - Habits We break those down further but that’s it at a high level - everything we have or accomplish is about those elements interacting. Obviously there are pieces of each element we can control and pieces we can’t. So we define what is controllable and what isn’t, ignore what isn’t, and uplevel what is. That’s the MO of success. It’s a lot of work to live that way, more than many will do, and it’s made even harder by the fact that not everyone starts from the same point. And that feels unfair. But unfairness isn’t the enemy. Feelings are. We can let the politicians and crusaders fight unfairness for 1000 years and see how that goes (doubtful), but for all the stakeholders in my life (me, family, employees, customers, & the world at large) the best thing I can do is prove the merit of this approach to living. In my experience of the world success & its rewards are attracted to the qualities I want to develop anyway - intelligence, hard work, consistency, reliability, creativity, empathy, etc. So why not just focus on those things and let the cards fall where they fall? Taking expectations out of it and focusing on growth not only increases the likelihead of success but also eliminates the feeling of unfairness. The battle within ourselves is always fair. And if you’re really hung up on unfairness let me ask my friend Todd L Campbell’s favorite question. “…therefore what?” It isn’t fair… …therefore I quit? …therefore I don’t really try? …therefore I give it my all? Those are the only 3 choices. There have been 118 billion people born. 100 billion of them will never have a refrigerator or an automobile. 110 billion will never have a computer. That’s not fair either so I say take the W of being alive today and choose the 3rd option. ???????????? ~~~ Your financial outlook is ready to improve! For more information please visit The Success Path Fast Track! - 

Success is a chemical equation.

It’s us reacting with the world to produce a new outcome that changes both.

At ENTRE Institute...

Success is a chemical equation.

It’s us reacting with the world to produce a new outcome that changes both.

At ENTRE Institute we have something called The Wheel of Growth (TM) that defines the ingredients of the reaction.

- Knowledge
- Tools
- Environment
- Habits

We break those down further but that’s it at a high level - everything we have or accomplish is about those elements interacting.

Obviously there are pieces of each element we can control and pieces we can’t.

So we define what is controllable and what isn’t, ignore what isn’t, and uplevel what is.

That’s the MO of success.

It’s a lot of work to live that way, more than many will do, and it’s made even harder by the fact that not everyone starts from the same point.

And that feels unfair.

But unfairness isn’t the enemy. Feelings are.

We can let the politicians and crusaders fight unfairness for 1000 years and see how that goes (doubtful), but for all the stakeholders in my life (me, family, employees, customers, & the world at large) the best thing I can do is prove the merit of this approach to living.

In my experience of the world success & its rewards are attracted to the qualities I want to develop anyway - intelligence, hard work, consistency, reliability, creativity, empathy, etc.

So why not just focus on those things and let the cards fall where they fall? Taking expectations out of it and focusing on growth not only increases the likelihead of success but also eliminates the feeling of unfairness.

The battle within ourselves is always fair.

And if you’re really hung up on unfairness let me ask my friend Todd L Campbell’s favorite question.

“…therefore what?”

It isn’t fair…

…therefore I quit?
…therefore I don’t really try?
…therefore I give it my all?

Those are the only 3 choices.

There have been 118 billion people born. 100 billion of them will never have a refrigerator or an automobile. 110 billion will never have a computer. That’s not fair either so I say take the W of being alive today and choose the 3rd option.

????????????

~~~

Your financial outlook is ready to improve! For more information please visit The Success Path Fast Track! -