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They say experience is what you get when you don't get what you want.

Once the founder of Sony was asked how a company could double their success rate.

He replied simply, "Double your failure rate."

Meaning that any time you try something, even if it doesn't work, you get more information.

Information that you can feed back into the "system" (either a huge company or your own mind-body system).

And the more "data" you have, the more effectively you can get your needs met.

Of course, nobody likes "failure."

Everybody would LOVE to be able to try something and get a perfect result every single time.

But as much as we all crave that unicorn-experience, it would be pretty boring.

If you KNEW you would get a perfect result every time, those results wouldn't be so satisfying.

When was the last time you made a sandwich and danced around like a champion when you pulled it off?

Things where we KNOW we will succeed are pretty boring BECAUSE we know we'll succeed.

It's the NOT KNOWING that makes life exciting.

Does that mean we have to take risks every day?

Not if you don't want to.

But if you are ever going to get MORE than you have now, it's pretty hard to do so WITHOUT taking any risks.

They don't have to be huge. Just small steps where you're not ENTIRELY sure how things will work out.

If you keep doing the same things, you'll get the same result.

If you want to get something different, you've got a couple of options.

One is to simply COPY what somebody else is doing.

Then you'll get the SAME result they're getting.

IF you can effectively copy EVERYTHING.

OR, you can try to do something different, and see what happens.

Whatever you try, so long as you're willing to try something NEW (either copied from somebody else or from personal experimentation), you'll ALWAYS learn more.

And if you are always willing to learn more, you'll always be able to get more.

Find Out How:

End Self Sabotage

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