11 Key Success Principles of the world’s top high achievers

| May 15, 2013 | 0 Comments
Dr John Demartini, a human behavioural specialist and best-selling author.

Dr John Demartini, a human behavioural specialist and best-selling author.

Mikhail Baryshnikov once said “No one is born a dancer. You have to want it more than anything”.

Similarly, no one is born with success. Even with a natural born talent, success can never be guaranteed based on your past, but rather as a result of how you think and what you do each day forward. Far beyond talent, a successful mindset and the right action is what’s required.

And there are few people in the world that could give you better insights into this required mindset of the world’s top high achievers than Dr John Demartini, who is giving a talk in Johannesburg on 29 May on the 11 key success principles of high achievers.

Taking a leap ahead

Dr Demartini has spent the past 40 years studying over 29 000 books, teaching over 1 million people and coaching global leaders, A-list celebrities, top athletes, Wall Street financiers, and business influencers.

Through his lifelong study, he’s discovered there are 11 key principles that the world’s top high achievers all share in common. He’s going to share these 11 key habits during this one-time-only event at the Sandton Convention Centre.

If big success is a result of little thoughts and actions accumulated each day, and if like Mikhail Baryshnikov you want to be successful more than anything, then you’d be wise to learn from other high achievers on how to tune and leverage those daily actions to reach your goal.

So what would you do if you knew these 11 success principles and could apply them daily? What more could you achieve? How much further could you fly?

Event details:

Public talk: 11 Key success principles of the world’s top high achievers
Date: Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Times: Registration at 19:00 and talk from 19:30 to 21:15 (incl. Q&A)
Venue: Bill Gallagher room, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg
Tickets: R180 from Computicket or R200 at the door.

Go on, you ain’t gonna live forever…

Following their recent South African concert tour, this Bon Jovi song comes to mind – “It’s now or never. I ain’t gonna live forever…It’s my life”. Oh go on, turn up the volume and rock your life!

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Hi, I'm Robynn, and I'm a student of the potential of the body, the marvels of the mind, and the beauty of it all combined in ballet. As the editor, BodyMindBallet is where I get to learn, to share and to enjoy this wide world of dance - and with every day I gain an ever richer respect for the athleticism of dance and the skill of performance artistry.

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