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10 Popular Lies Successful People Don’t Believe

What is it that successful people have that makes everything look easy?

Most of the time, it is their belief and attitude!

Our inner critic whispers thoughts to keep us “safe” and also stifles ambition.

Many feel the conflict between what they want and what they believe they can have.

The path to success starts by silencing the critic.

Here, in no particular order, are ten of its lies and the truths successful people embrace.

Popular Lies Successful People Don’t Believe Lie #1: The system is rigged.

There are many paths to what you want.

Believing the odds are against you is just another way of saying, “I don’t want to fail,” and therefore, you do not try.

Have a new container idea for baby food?

You don’t need to start a new company and figure out how to manufacture it.

Take the idea to a company that makes containers. This happens more often than you think.

Who doesn’t want to buy a better product? Not only do people want to buy it, but companies also want to sell it.

Successful people note the obstacles and figure out how to overcome them.

Do you refuse to play a board game because you don’t like the rules?

Navigating obstacles is a necessary skill for success.

Lie #2: You have to be connected.

People at every level in every industry will connect. The only limitation is in your approach.

Ask for what you want, and you have to ask the right people.

If you don’t have the right connections, go out and get them.

Many ask in this situation, “Why would so-and-so want to talk to me?”

There isn’t any single answer.

They may think you have something of value to offer, or perhaps they remember someone helped them.

If someone refuses to talk, they weren’t the right connection.

It is remarkably easy to find people with the

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