The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure
John Wiley & Sons, 2011 M04 26 - 256 pages
Achieve "Massive Action" results and accomplish your business dreams!
While most people operate with only three degrees of action-no action, retreat, or normal action-if you're after big goals, you don't want to settle for the ordinary. To reach the next level, you must understand the coveted 4th degree of action. This 4th degree, also know as the 10 X Rule, is that level of action that guarantees companies and individuals realize their goals and dreams.
The 10 X Rule unveils the principle of "Massive Action," allowing you to blast through business clichŽs and risk-aversion while taking concrete steps to reach your dreams. It also demonstrates why people get stuck in the first three actions and how to move into making the 10X Rule a discipline. Find out exactly where to start, what to do, and how to follow up each action you take with more action to achieve Massive Action results.
Extreme success is by definition outside the realm of normal action. Instead of behaving like everybody else and settling for average results, take Massive Action with The 10 X Rule, remove luck and chance from your business equation, and lock in massive success.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - beatgammit - LibraryThing
This book was very motivational, but I can't agree with everything the author says. Combined with other entrepreneurship and success books, I think this is a fantastic read and I recommend listening ... Read full review
This is so in sperational actually between 1-10 weeks ago i started to read this im a 10 year old girl and i happened to come across this vedeo by dharr mann,im a really big fan of dharr mann i have known him for 3 years now he is a inspirational man just like you hi love your book anyways.
What Is Success?
There Is No Shortage of Success
Assume Control for Everything
Four Degrees of Action
Average Is a Failing Formula
Burn the Place Down
Fear Is the Great Indicator
The Myth of Time Management
Criticism Is a Sign of Success
Customer Satisfaction Is the Wrong Target
Successful or Unsuccessful?