Only Build Value

Article 4 in the Success Mindset Series…

Success in business does not come from destroying anything or anyone. If there is a gain from destruction it is shortsighted and short-lived. Genuine success in business comes from building, not destroying. (Unless you are in the demolition business, but even then the act of destruction is building value by making way for greater value.)

Gary Jackson writes: “If someone tries to destroy you, use the energy from the anger you feel to create something great so that this ‘something’ indirectly removes their source of pleasure.”

This is extremely powerful. Rather than being sucked into the negative feelings and destructive mentality of others rise above it – as is often said, the best revenge is success. The best response to a destructive act from someone else is to engage in a constructive act that renders the destructive act powerless.

All the time you waste fighting with people who have wronged you takes away from the time you could be spending doing something to build value in your life.  This is just as true in your general affairs of life as it is in business. Time is a very limited resource. You cannot buy, beg, borrow or steal it. You have only so much of it. You must use it to continue to build value if you hope to succeed.

You can learn more about Gary Jackson’s lessons of financial success through his Millionaire Stealth Success program. We will look at a few of those lessons in ten introductory articles in the CTW newsletter over the 20 weeks – one article every other week. To get the full story though visit the Millionaire Stealth Success program.

Wishing you success and prosperity,

Daniel R. Murphy
Helping People Learn to Build Wealth

Wishing you Success and Prosperity,

Daniel R. Murphy

Wishing you well,

Daniel R. Murphy
Educating people for building wealth, adapting to a changing future and personal development.