This is profound.
It is profound because it isn’t the way we normally think about success. We are taught that successful people are successful because they are highly motivated individuals that want success more than us mere mortals. But it turns out that the wanting of success is not as important as developing and following the systems or habits that move you towards success.
The athlete that consistently does the right training at the right times will outperform the others no matter how much they want success.
It’s the same in business. Every business owner wants to succeed, but without great systems success this is unlikely.
Great systems in business are achieved by a constant review process:
Eliminate things that aren’t necessary.
Automate everything that can be automated.
Outsource everything that can’t be eliminated or automated.
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