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  1. 1. Department Of Chemistry Submitted by: Tooba Javaid Roll No#: 14 Semester:1st Submitted To : Sir Haroon Sani Presentation Of Life And Learning
  2. 2. THE 10X RULE BY: Grant Cardone
  3. 3. Who is Grant cardone? At the age of 60 in the year 2019, Grant Cardone is famous as an internationally renowned sales trainer and as the bestselling author of The 10X Rule and If You’re Not First, You’re Last. As well as a sales trainer, speaker, and entrepreneur who has worked in real estate and the auto industry. Fact:Grant Cardone is a real estate mogul who built his $1.5 Billion portfolio of multifamily propertiesfrom scratch. Overall Summary of book: The 10X Rule is simply: “You must set targets that are 10 times what you think you want and then do 10 times what you think it will take to accomplish those targets. Massive thoughts must be followed by massive actions.”
  4. 4. The 10x Rule will ensure your success regardless of your talent, education, financial situation, organizational skills, time management, the industry you are in, or the amount of luck you have. According to my Point Of View
  5. 5. Summary The 10x rule is simply setting targets that are 10 times larger than what you think it will take to achieve your original goal, and that you will need to do 10 times more action than what you thought you would need to do to achieve it. Chapter 1- What is the 10X Rule?
  6. 6. Most people make four big mistakes when setting goals. 1. Setting objectives too low (10x your objective) 2. Severely underestimate what it will take to achieve the goal – resources, money, people, actions, etc. 3. Too much time competing, instead of focusing on your own stuff 4. Underestimating the obstacles that you will run into when working to attain your goal
  7. 7.  We are taught not to over-extend our goals or create “unrealistically” large goals. This is false!  When you limit your goals or the success that you desire, you are limiting what is required of you to achieve it, and will fail as a result  Extremely successful people know that their efforts must continue in order for them to realize new achievements. Once the hunt for a desired object or goal is abandoned, the cycle of success comes to an end.
  8. 8.  This is the focus of the 10X Rule: You must set targets that are 10 times what you think you want and then do 10 times what you think it will take to accomplish those targets. Massive thoughts must be followed by massive actions. >> <<
  9. 9. Summary On your journey to success, it’s expected that you run into obstacles or roadblocks to overcome. In order to compensate your momentum for those roadblocks, you will need to adjust your aim higher (10x higher), to guarantee that you will hit way above your original goals. Chapter 2: Why the 10X Rule Is Vital
  10. 10.  When you don’t hit your targets for the month – do NOT make the mistake of lowering your target to meet the results.  Never lower the target that you are aiming for.  Instead of blaming your current failures on excuses such as “the market isn’t ready” “the economy is bad” “our targets were unrealistic” you should realize that you probably haven’t correctly assessed the correct amount of action that it would take to accomplish your goal.
  11. 11.  The 10X Rule assumes the target is never the problem. Any target attacked with the right actions in the right amounts with persistence is attainable.  Attack everything with the ferociousness of a champion athlete who is getting his last opportunity to claim his pages in the history books. And always remember to follow through completely: That is the great common denominator of all winners. They see every action through to completion. Make no excuses.
  12. 12.   Next time you set a goal, increase it by 10!. >> <<
  13. 13.  Summary Success is all areas of your life. The only person that can answer the question above is you. I am neither able nor willing to prescribe the ultimate definition of success, as this is not possible. Every person is thinking differently about being prosperous in life and is defining success in another way, so there can’t exist a definition that is suitable for all. It is very important that you know exactly how to define success in life! Chapter 3 – What is Success?
  14. 14.  Success involves all areas of your life: spiritual, career, physical, familial, financial.  It really dependson your own definition.  It’s important because it’s how the world evolves and transforms as time passes by  The difference between accomplishment and success:  Accomplishment is often associated with success, but it is not the same. Accomplishment refers to the results we desire when we attempt to reach specific goals. Basically it is the results that we plan or expect to occur. Success is the positive consequence or outcome of an achieved accomplishment.
  15. 15. How to achieve success in life?  The process of becoming successful starts with elaborated goal setting  Define a strategy and a plan how you intend to reach your goals, aims and visions  Keep in mind that success is the consequence of having earned a series of accomplishments, so make sure to divide your goals into easier to reach subgoals
  16. 16. Summary It is your obligation and moral responsibility to do the best you can for you, your family, the company you work for and the world around you. It is your duty to the world, your family and yourself to commit to achieving the best that you can in life. Chapter 4 – Success is Your Duty
  17. 17.  Most of society tries to attain success, but when they can’t attain it, they try to convince themselves that they aren’t worthy of it, or that they didn’t want it in the first place.  If you realize that your goals can be attained by increasing your aim 10x higher than your original goals or desires, and you aim for that, you’ll at least aim and achieve above your original goal.
  18. 18.  Successful people aren’t “lucky,” it takes a lot of hard work for them to get where they are. Don’t convince yourself that lucky people are just “lucky”. It has to do with hard work and action.  There are no overnight successes – success always comes as a result of earlier actions taken over a period of time.
  19. 19.  “Success comes about as a result of mental and spiritual claims to own it, followed by taking necessary actions over time until it’s acquired.” >> <<
  20. 20.  Summary: In our society, we have been trained into a scarcity mindset. Success isn’t a finite resource, and there are NO limits. Therefore, there’s no reason why you can’t have it unless you have a scarcity mindset. Chapter 5 – There is No Shortage of Success
  21. 21.  If you achieve success, it doesn’t limit or take away my ability or success that I can achieve. You can achieve it just as much as I can, at any point in time.  Success isn’t a lottery or a game, or a commodity. There are no shortage of spots to win. Just like there’s no shortage of ingenuity, talent, intelligence, originality, ideas, determination or persistence.
  22. 22.  A scarcity mindset is when you hear someone say “well, they make way more than I do so they should pay for ______.”  “Success for anyone or any group is ultimately a positive contribution to all people and all groups, as it provides validation of the possibilities to all.” in other words, don’t be worried about your competition or that someone else is becoming more successful than you are in your venture. Instead, realize that it’s just validation to you that it’s achievable, and you can have it too!
  23. 23.  “Notice that I(Grant cardone) refer to success as something that’s created – not acquired. Unlike copper, silver, gold or diamonds – items that already exist that you must find – successis something people make.”  “Money is created by man and printed by machines. Not even money exists in shortages’ It merely suffers from reductions in value.”
  24. 24. Summary: You must take big responsibility for every single thing in your life, even if it isn’t your fault. If you want to be successful, you need to give up excuses, and own up to everything you do or don’t do. It’s the ONLY way. Chapter 6 – Assume Control of Everything
  25. 25.  Successful people hate the blame game.  Anyone who uses blame as the reason why something happened or didn’t happen will never accumulate real success in life and only further his or her status as a slave on this planet.  To get where you want to go in life, you must adopt the view that whatever is going on in your world – good, bad, or nothing – is something caused by you. Even things that you have no control over.
  26. 26.  “Crybabies, whiners and victims just don’t do well attracting or creating success. it’s not even that they aren’t capable, it’s just the people who typically succeed are required to take big actions and it’s impossible to take big actions if you don’t take big responsibility. it’s equally impossible to do something positive when you’re spending your time making excuses.

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