PDF Drive is your search engine for PDF files. As of today we have The Myth of Time Management. 10X Rule establishes right levels of actions 10X Rule. That’s the purpose of Grant Cardone’s The 10x Rule. The premise of the book is simple: to get maximum performance in your life and achieve success, you have to work harder than the average man. The Only Difference Between Success and Failure. 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.
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Chapter 1 What Is the 1 OX Rule? 1. Chapter 2 Why the 1 OX Rule Is Vital. Chapter 3 What Is Success? Chapter 4 Success Is Your Duty. Chapter 5. The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure Achieve " Massive Action" results and accomplish your business dreams! While most people. Achieve Massive Action results and accomplish your businessdreams! While most people operate with only three degrees of action-noaction, retreat, or normal.
You will start taking action s , follow by more action s —and will achieve what you've set out to do, regardless of the conditions and situations you face. The single most important contributor to the success I have created in my own life came as a result of operating with the 10X Rule.
These concepts of goal setting, target attainment, and taking action are not taught in schools, management classes, leadership training, or a weekend conference at the Four Seasons. No formula exists—at least that I could find in any book—that determines the correct estimation of effort. Talk to any CEO or business owner and he or she will tell you that sufficient levels of motivation, work ethic, and follow-up are clearly in shortage today.
Whether your goal is to improve the planet's social conditions or to build the most profitable company in the world, you will be required to use 10X think and actions to get there. It isn't a matter of education, talent, connections, personality, lucky breaks, money, technology, being in the right industry, or even being in the right place at the right time.
In every case in which someone has created massive levels of success—be it a philanthropist, entrepreneur, politician, change-agent, athlete, or movie producer—I guarantee that he or she was operating using the 10X Rule during his or her ascent and attainment of success. Another component that's required for success is the ability to estimate the right amount of effort necessary for you—and your team—to achieve a goal.
By using the exact level of effort necessary, you will guarantee achievement of these objectives. Everyone knows how important it is to set goals; however, most people fail to do so because they underestimate the amount of action necessary to accomplish that goal. The 10X Rule will ensure your success regardless of your talent, education, financial situation, organizational skills, time management, the industry you are in, or the amount of luck you have.
Use this book as though your life and your dreams depend on it, and you will learn to operate at new and higher levels than you ever thought possible!
Chapter 1 What Is the 10X Rule? The 10X Rule is the one thing that will guarantee that you will get what you want in amounts greater than you ever thought imaginable.
It can work in every area of life—spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, familial, and financial. The 10X Rule is based on understanding how much effort and thought are required to get anything done successfully. Chances are that if you look back over your life, you'll see that you have wildly underestimated both the actions and reasoning necessary to accomplish any endeavor to the point where it could be labeled successful.
Although I myself have done well in the first part of the 10X Rule—assessing the level of effort necessary to realize a goal—I failed the second part of the 10X Rule: adjusting my thinking so that I dare to dream at levels previously unimaginable.
I will discuss both facets in detail. I have been studying success for the better part of three decades and have found that although there is much agreement about goal setting, discipline, persistence, focus, time management, leveraging through good people, and networking, I've never been clear on that one thing that really makes the difference. This question has nagged me to understand if there was one thing in my own life that made a difference: "What one thing have I done that made the biggest difference?
I don't have some gene that others are missing, and I definitely haven't been lucky. I was not connected to the right" people, and I didn't go to some blue-blood school.
So what was it that made me successful? As I look back over my life, I see that the one thing that was most consistent with any success I've achieved was that I always put forth 10 times the amount of activity that others did.
For every sales presentation, phone call, or appointment others made, I was making 10 of each. When I started downloading real estate, I looked at 10 times more properties than I could download and then made offers to ensure that I was able to download what I wanted at the price I desired. I have approached all my business enterprises with massive action; that has been the single biggest determining factor in any success I have created.
I was a complete unknown when I built my first company without a business plan. I had zero know-how or connections, and the only money I had was generated by new sales.
However, I was able to build a sound, viable business just by utilizing and operating at activity levels far beyond what others considered reasonable. I made a name for myself—and literally changed an industry as a result.
Let me be clear here: I do not think that I've created extraordinary levels of success, nor do I think I have tapped into my full potential. I am completely aware that there are many people who are many times more successful—at least financially—than me.
Although I am not Warren Buffett, Steve Jobs, or one of the founders of Facebook or Google, I have created multiple companies from scratch that have allowed me to have an overall enjoyable lifestyle.
The reason why I didn't create extraordinary levels of financial success is because I violated the second part of the 10X Rule: the 10X way of thinking. That would be my only regret: failing to approach my life with the right mind-set. I would have actually set targets that were 10 times what I had dreamed of in the beginning. But, like you, I am working on it now—and I still have a few years to correct this. I mention the notion of creating extraordinary levels of success time and again throughout this book.
Extraordinary by definition means anything outside the realm of what most normal people can and do achieve. And of course that definition would then depend on with whom or what class of success you are comparing yourself.
Before you say, I don't need extraordinary levels of success or or I just want to be happy or whatever else you may be mumbling to yourself at this very moment, understand something: in order to get to the next level of whatever you're doing, you must think and act in a wildly different way than you previously have been. You cannot get to the next phase of a project without a grander mind-set, more acceleration, and extra horsepower. Your thoughts and actions are the reasons why you are where you are right now.
So it would be reasonable to be suspect of both! Maybe you need to find a job, lose 40 pounds, or find the right partner. Undetected country. NO YES. The 10X Rule: Description About the Author Permissions Table of contents. Selected type: Added to Your Shopping Cart. Achieve "Massive Action" results and accomplish your business dreams! Learn the "Estimation of Effort" calculation to ensure you exceed your targets Make the Fourth Degree a way of life and defy mediocrity Discover the time management myth Get the exact reasons why people fail and others succeed Know the exact formula to solve problems Extreme success is by definition outside the realm of normal action.
About the Author Grant Cardone is a New York Times bestselling author, international sales expert, sales trainer, and motivational speaker. For more information, please visit www.
Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Table of contents Introduction. Chapter 1 What Is the 10X Rule?
Chapter 3 What Is Success? For more information, please visit www. Chapter 1 What Is the 10X Rule? Chapter 3 What Is Success? Chapter 4 Success Is Your Duty. Chapter 6 Assume Control for Everything. Chapter 7 Four Degrees of Action. Chapter 8 Average Is a Failing Formula.
Chapter 9 10X Goals. Chapter 10 Competition Is for Sissies.
Chapter 11 Breaking Out of the Middle Class. Chapter 13 Go "All In" and Overcommit. Chapter 14 Expand--Never Contract.