The 7 Things You Must Give Up to be Successful

I’ve always known that success requires sacrifice. It requires me to give up one thing in exchange for something better.

But I always seemed to have the what part wrong. What must you give up to be successful? It might not be the things you think.

What do you need to give up for success? You don’t have to give up your life to be successful. (Tweet That) | Share this Graphic on Pinterest | Share on Facebook

The internet is full of quotes about sacrifice and success.

I could fill up 100+ blog posts with nothing but quotes that tell you:

“True success requires sacrifice.” – Rick Riordan

“You can have anything in life if you will sacrifice everything else for it.” – J.M. Barrie, creator of Peter Pan

“He who would accomplish little need sacrifice little; he who would achieve much must sacrifice much. He who would attain highly must sacrifice greatly.” – James Allen, in As a Man Thinketh

The 5 Attitudes You Must Adopt to Unleash the World Changer Inside of You

If you want to change the world, there are certain attitudes you must adopt.

They are non-negotiable, absolutely essential to success, and you will notice them among all successful people.

So what are those attitudes? Well, you’ll have to listen to Episode 006 to find out.

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“There’s lots of bad reasons to start a company. But there’s only one good reason…” From @PhilLibin of @Evernote (Tweet That)

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5 World-Changing Attitudes You Must Adopt Today

If you want to change the world, there are certain attitudes you must adopt.

They are non-negotiable, absolutely essential to success, and you will notice them among all successful people.

NOTE: I go more in-depth and share some personal stories in the audio. Click the play button above to listen.

#1 I am a risk taker

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World changers take risks.

They do as Reid Hoffman, one of the co-founders of LinkedIn, suggests. They jump off a cliff and then assemble an airplane on the way down. They demonstrate faith, which Martin Luther King, Jr. described as taking the first step on a staircase when you don’t even see the second step.