UP your Game, 10x it.

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The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure Hardcover – Grant Cardone [2011]
We have been warned against setting goals “too high”. The reality of that if you start small, you are probably going to go small. Many people bail out of projects when they experience any kind of resistance; their goals are not big enough. Grant talks about the importance of aligning goals to other goals to fuel will power, energy and dreams. Grant talks about never set small, attainable realistic goals, instead set unrealistic goals.
Grant Cardone says that people generally do not take enough action, let alone massive actions. People are generally setting targets that are too low and not exciting, spending time competing and not dominating. 10X rule says do 10 actions and set targets 10 times higher than you first imagine.

Successful people accept very high levels of accountability for creating and having success for themselves and even for failing to do so. Successful people hate the blame game and know that it is better to make something happen good or bad than to have it happen to you. In other words, be proactive and not reactive.

Success is important. If you quit caring, then you quit winning; quit winning long enough, and you will just plain quit.
You must constantly demand success as your duty, obligation, and responsibility.

Anyone who uses blame as the reason why something happened or did not happen will never accumulate real success in life and only further his or her status as a slave.

To get where you want in life, you must adopt the view that whatever is going on in your world (good, bad or nothing) is something caused by you.

We have been warned against setting goals “too high”. The reality of that if you start small, you are probably going to go small. Many people bail out of projects when they experience any kind of resistance; their goals are not big enough.

Grant talks about the importance of aligning goals to other goals to fuel will power, energy and dreams and about never serting small, attainable realistic goals, instead set unrealistic goals.

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