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The Success Philosophy Manifesto Codifies Psychology, Neurology and Technology’s Impact on Personal Development--Presented As The Ten Core Principles
If you could predict and direct your life by implementing the essential characteristics discussed in this book, would you do it? If you’re not ready for massive change, then you can stop reading. If the answer is yes, then this is the most important message you’ll probably read this year.

The ten personal achievement principles discussed in this book will enhance your understanding and use of success tactics and strategies. These guidelines are extracted from applied psychology, the neurosciences and philosophy, and codified here as a manifesto on the psychology of success.

The “3 Steps To Get Things Done” Clarity Map

Your Action Unleashed!  

Anytime you can offload things you need to remember from your head onto paper (or your computer), the more you set yourself up for taking action.

Your brain hates stress, and having to remember all the details related to preparing your taxes, or everything you need to schedule, reserve, and buy for a vacation just weighs you down.

Checklists help you get rid of a lot of this stress by acting like a 'mini-blueprint' you can easily follow anytime you need it, without the worry that you're forgetting something important.

Habits and Instincts

Instincts are malleable, and behavior can change on a whim, but habits define your destiny. 

In order to instantiate good habits you must have a fundamental set of core principles so that the newly formed habit will last. 

The formation of principle-based habits will allow you to act and respond in ways that are congruent with the person you want to become. 

Understand How Your Mind Works

We are approaching the age where everything thinks and are actually smarter than we are today.   

However, the edge we have over them is our ability to adjust to the environment and quickly change our thoughts and directions to best take advantage of the moment.
Understanding how your brain works is critical to all your goal setting efforts.  

The goal setting process reveals the potential you have within and understanding how your brain

Instinctively Taking Necessary Goal Achieving Actions

One of the basic axioms of physics is, “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”. So it stands to reason that nothing happens until you do something, e.g. take action.

It does not matter how small or how large the action. 

The objective is to get into motion and do something to advance your goals, dreams and visions.
The sad part of the matter is people will spend more time and energy trying to avoid action than doing what is needed to take action. This is commonly known as procrastination and is the fastest way to kill momentum before it gets started.

It’s a sneaky thing because it will not confront you outright; but will challenge your decision to take “action” every time.  What it does is sneak up on you and starve action to death with a variety of