What is your major goal in life?
Simply stated, this concept relates to your major purpose in life. What drives you, what is your passion, what are your goals, what do you enjoy and love to do so much that it is not “work” for you but something you would do anyway even if you didn’t get paid for it? Build a business around it, using as many of these principles as you can.
Your enthusiasm and “passion” will fuel your actions when your spirit is tested in difficult times.
Napolean Hill describes this and 12 other principles in Think and Grow Rich. This timeless classic is the cornerstone of many fortunes, and belongs in the library of any serious student of wealth.
In Big Bucks!, Ken Blanchard describes four tests, three of which will help determine your business success:
The final test relates to significance and gives meaning to the first three tests and to the quality of your life: Perpetual Prosperity comes to those who help others.
Read about “The Tombstone Test” under the ‘Apply This Concept’ area.