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To what do you attribute your success?

During these past days I have been fortunate enough to read many of the comments posted on this forum. Plenty of you have a really incredible track record that I very much admire and find really inspiring. With this in mind, I would be very grateful if you could share some tips around success and what you think got you where you are today.

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Rod Abbamonte
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Rod Abbamonte Advisor
Co Founder at STARTREK / @startupHunter / @startupWay / @CoFounderFound / @GOcapital / @startupClub / @lastminute
What is success?
Jeffrey Pearl
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Set the plan, and work the plan. I've started a couple new ventures and I'm constantly reminding myself to do this. It's easy to remain busy everyday and not really execute on what NEEDS to be done. In Sales we call it a form of "call reluctance" MAKE it a great day! Jeffrey R. Pearl CEO/Managing Partner OTG Consulting [removed to protect privacy]
Sidney Sclar
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Embrace change rather ignore or fight it.
Ansar Hafil
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Hello Kashif, I think you need to have clear goals andaction plans that are executed. Treat people how you would like to be treated and be yourself. Ansar Hafil Business Consultant Winning In Business +41 (0)79 451 95 81 [removed to protect privacy] [www.winninginbusiness.ch](http://www.winninginbusiness.ch) Domaine des Pins C 1196 Gland (VD) Switzerland To what do you attribute your success? @media only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) { #featured-advisors-left{ width:45% !important; padding: 0px !important; } #featured-advisors-right{ width: 54% !important; padding: 0px !important; } } FD:Discuss New Discussion on To what do you attribute your success? Started by Kashif Jehangir Assistant Manager Administration, Private Company. During these past days I have been fortunate enough to read many of the comments posted on this forum. Plenty of you have a really incredible track record that I very much admire and find really inspiring. With this in mind, I would be very grateful if you could share some tips around success and what you think got you where you are today. FOLLOW DISCUSSION or Reply Directly to this email to participate in the discussion Manage your email notifications
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tenacity. when i look at successful people in any endeavor at any level the most common attribute that stands out is tenacity. The next would be strategic thinking.
Jeffrey Pearl
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Great one Sidney
Irwin Stein
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Very experienced (40 years) corporate,securities and real estate attorney.
I worked with top notch people when I was young. I listened and learned. Over the years I made some mistakes, had some failures but always gt up and tried again. As I got older I realized that I had some core skills and knowledge which other people needed and which I could sell. I partnered with people who had complementary skills. I was happy to work long hours because being slow meant that the cash register was not ringing. I always prided myself on doing the best job that I could and I never stopped asking questions and learning new things. There are always people who do it better. Listen and learn.
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I will let you know when I become successful.
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I have achieved success cofounding a small software startup over the last few years. I have loved the ride and learnt a lot about entrepreneurial success and the personal changes required.

Two big area were my mindset and routine high value action. Ithink most people need to make the same changes. To assist with this I've started to build an app to help early stage entrepreneurs with these issues and I am writing a book to support it.

The app can be found at app.successly.co and I would enjoy your feedback about the concept.





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