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Picasso profoundly believed in his art. In his life, he produced over 50,000 works of art. Warren Buffett never looked back because more than 40 decades ago he placed a compound interest in working. He’s a billionaire now.
About a decade back, Paul Graham invested heavily in entrepreneurs. In the end, he made good fortunes and influenced many lives.
Seth Godin made extensive investments in empowering and educating people how to grade over a decade ago. Today, he is an authentic marketing expert.

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Pat Flynn has created a fortune that teaches people how to earn passive profits. For decades, he’s done that.

The 100% law has performed at the top with many practitioners.

It operates in almost all industries. If you are willing to level up, you must totally devote yourself to your hustle, dream, concept or painting.

Anything less could challenge the end target. Or worst, for the remainder of your life, it will remain a fantasy.

But only if you know exactly what you want, can you apply the law of 100. The trick is to look where you are heading and decide if your life is going the way you want it.

What is your 100%?

“The successful people stick to the ‘no exceptions clause’ as far as their everyday disciplines are concerned. There are no exceptions when you make a 100 percent pledge to someone.” — Canfield Jack

What does 100% of your dedication require? Your job today? Your project of passion? Your company? Your writing? Your writing? A habit? A habit? Whatever the priority is, invest heavily in your future selves.

Don’t try anything or a few things. Just one thing you care profoundly requires your full commitment. You will flame out if you try to follow too many ideas at a time. You pay the price and do not do your utmost.

Life is too small to follow millions of ventures or proposals without a long-term strategy. It’s tedious and time-consuming. Do one thing sincerely at a time to put the compound interest to use.

It can be difficult to change your life or job path, particularly if you rent your time or work with someone else.

In a constantly evolving environment, resources, resources, and money will easily be wasted on projects without or without an impact on our future selves. It’s not an easy 100% pledge, but it’s worth it.

“There are only promises and expectations before dedication is made, but no proposals.” Once said Peter F. Drucker.

People who find the right and best things to do in life do not hesitate, especially if the process produces the outcomes they want. They go a long way and dream a long way. They continue to refine the process in order to stay ahead or meet evolving customer demands.

The next 2, 5 or 10 years of your life or job rely on the time you take today. If you are deliberate about your decisions now, the next 10 years of your life will not be altered.

It could be harder to imagine how your life changes in ten years, but your career trajectory cannot be proactive.

Invest heavily in your expectation if you want your future self to change. Would you like to create wealth? Invest in goods that generate compound interest over time and exploit it.

“There is hesitation, a chance to pull it back, always inefficiency, before one is committed,” W.B. said Murray.

Thomas Edison struggled thousands of times, but he continued to spend heavily in what he thought to be his life’s most critical endeavour.

Stephen Hawking has greatly helped us to appreciate black holes. Much of his time he spent searching the world. Steve Job’s fascination with architecture has transformed our mobile experience.

Sarah Breedlove was the first self-made female millionaire in the United States. She made fortunes by selling hairstyles.

My argument is that the real world will value your commitment in time and energy if you will think about your own company for many years (if you will or can) doing what gives the most, but also fixes a dilemma, save anybody time or make some process shorter.

Keeping to what you care for years or even decades is how you make a massive return on your time and money commitment.

And once you decide, give it all you have. Don’t keep yourself free to launch some projects. If 100% time investment is not an option, try 90% commitment right now. And then commit fully until it’s a successful option.

100% dedication to the art changes everything

“The craft is what you do and nobody can tell you how to do it precisely. Your art is an act that takes personal responsibility, challenges the status quo and transforms people.” — Godin’s Seth

Do not waste all your hours renting your time if financial security is what you desire. Take time to create goods to fix problems. If it is not a choice to develop your own wealth, invest in another’s capital.

If what you want are positive experiences, concentrate on acquiring independence in the future by engaging in something that will empower you to do what you want in the future.

Or better yet, don’t wait for your retirement to buy independence. Start anything on your side that gets you the most, but will replace your existing income scheme.

Investing in something worthwhile needs your full attention. It’s a 100% time and energy commitment.

Until you see an important excuse to give up and follow someone else, take a closer look. You’ll be shocked by what you’re going to discover. And if you like the process, you can feel unbelievable all the way.

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