Successful people are just like everyone else. They are energy beings living in an energy world because everything is energy. This is a scientific fact.
You are more than your body. Your are more than your mind. You are an energy being living in this energy-world using your body as a vehicle to experience things.
We are all born with great powers to create and manifest, but the fact remains that only 1 out 10 people succeeds.
Why is it that certain people like Bill Gates, sir Richard Branson, James Cameron or J.K. Rowling are extremely successful?
Or is it all due to co-incidences?
Most people attribute success to hard work combined with a bit of luck and co-incidence.
Have you ever wondered why so many good, honest people work so hard without ever achieving anything in particular? And why others don't seem to work hard, yet seem to get everything?
As such hard work by itself cannot be the recipe. If this was the case we would see more people succeed in the world.
That is why people add "luck and co-incidence" to the "success-recipe". When people work really hard and don't make it there must be a reason. Since we can't find a logical reason we blame "bad luck" or "circumstances".
The French philosopher Voltaire said that words like luck, chance and circumstances are just words we invented to explain know effects of unknown causes.
One of the laws of the Universe is the Law of Cause & Effect.
This law states that every cause has its effect and every effect has its cause.
We observe and see people in this world succeed (effect), but we don't really see the real cause. We think it's hard work combined with a bit of luck and co-incidence, but it's not. That is why only 1 out of 10 people succeeds.
I went on a quest to find out what the real cause is. For 10 years I researched how this Universe really operates and why certain people are more successful than others.
I decided to find out so I interviewed different people:
The answers I found revealed that it wasn't really about hard work or luck as many people like to think.
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