100 unchanging rules for business success!
Part 1: The law of life
In life, you must have met many successful people with ideal jobs,
desirable income and strong influence.
And you have also seen people
who have to change careers constantly,
always in a state of worry about money
and feel that their contributions
and hard work have not been appreciated.
As Henry David Thoreau said,
“They live their lives in silent despair.”
For a long time,
I have always struggled with the question:
“Why are some people more successful than others?
What factors determine success in life?
And I was determined to look around to find answers
to my long-standing concerns,
I suddenly realized that
successful people are not necessarily smarter
or have a personality that surpasses me.
There are also people who are very difficult to approach
and their behavior sometimes needs to be reexamined.
Even so, their ideas
and views are not always brilliant.
However, I cannot deny that they are still very effective
and known as successful people.
Over time and experience,
I understand that everything
that happens is not by chance,
but is rooted in laws.
This section will present the five basic laws of life
that can affect the success of each of us,
including Aristotle’s Law of Cause and Effect.
This rule was also my great discovery
and first foray into finding the true nature of success.
At a time when people believed
that their destiny was determined
by the gods on Mount Olympus,
Aristotle offered a completely different perspective
that changed our perception of the world and life.
Men are rich only as they give.
He who gives great service gets great rewards. — Elbert Hubbard
1. The law of cause and effect
Everything that happens in life has a specific reason.
The philosopher Aristotle asserted
that the world we live in is governed entirely by laws,
not by chance.
According to him,
everything happens for a specific reason
and every action reflects some kind of result regardless
of our perceptions or desires.
This is an extremely important law,
the “immutable law” of Western thought and philosophy.
The relentless search for truth and cause
and-effect relationships has made the West flourish in science,
and even war over the past two thousand years.
Today, this law is at the heart of the technological advancements
that have changed the world dramatically.
This law holds that achievement,
prosperity and success in life
and in business are all direct or indirect consequences
or the result of specific actions.
This means that you can achieve the desired results
if you have a clear goal in mind.
If you make an effort to learn successfully,
from those who went before,
you will surely achieve the same success.
Success is not random
Success does not come to you by chance or by magic.
Everything happens for a reason,
whether it’s good or bad,
positive or negative.
Isaac Newton observed:
“Any action leads to an equal magnitude of opposite reaction.”
For us, the most common expression for this law is:
“Thought is the cause.
In other words,
thinking is the most important creative force in life.
You build your entire world the way you think and question life.
The value and meaning of people,
events and situations around you all depend on your thoughts.
Therefore, when you change your mind,
you also change your life.
Sometimes this change is only temporary.
The most important rule
for success is encapsulated in one simple sentence:
what you think you will be.
This is true in almost all cases.
Obviously, it’s not what happens to you,
but how you think about what happens
that determines how you react or feel.
It is not the outside world
that determines the living conditions or circumstances,
but the inner world that is the factor
that creates the life circumstances.
You have the right to choose your life
The greatest human freedom is the right to choose life.
No one has the power to force you to think,
or act in a way you don’t want to.
All your emotions
and behaviors are completely rooted in the way you think,
perceive the world around you,
and what is happening.
Dr. Martin Seligman of the University
of Pennsylvania calls this response “interpretation style”
– the way you express
or explain what happens.
This style of interpretation is within your control
and can be achieved through a learning process.
You can interpret things in a way
that makes you feel happy
and optimistic instead of angry
You can decide to respond constructively
and positively instead of pessimistically.
It all depends on you.
and feelings are always changing
and are rapidly affected by surrounding events.
when you receive good news,
you immediately have a joyful, joyful,
On the contrary,
if you receive bad news,
you will immediately become upset,
even if it is inaccurate or untrue news.
As such, how you interpret things
for yourself will largely determine how you react.
Four basic laws
The four fundamental laws are the Law of Belief,
the Law of Expectation,
the Law of Attraction,
and the Law of Compatibility.
They are sub-laws that derive directly from the law of Cause and Effect
and underlie all the laws in this book
and what we are experiencing.
Happiness in life
and success in business both come from knowing
and living in harmony with these four laws.
When money realizes that it is in good hands,
it wants to stay and multiply in those hands. ― Idowu Koyenikan