Be a Life Champion Like George Foreman

I’m on Bob Proctor’s email list and this came in a few days ago – I thought it was worth showing you…

Nearly 100 million George Foreman Grills have sold since 1995 and George Foreman is now one of the most highly paid and recognized celebrity endorsers in the world. But his life is not one of just business success. Foreman is also a community leader, father, husband, world-champion boxer and—best yet—his life has meaning.

Apply Foreman’s philosophies for success in your life:

1.    Belief: “You have to have something you believe in. It could be someone you believe in, too. But at least have something you believe in and you cannot be talked out of by dollars and cents.”

2.    Integrity: “You must preserve the quality of your name, your integrity. You don’t want to lie about anything. And it’s something that people will be happy about once they get to know you. Because people count on you.”

Sales champion!

Sales champion!

3.    Sales: “Learn to sell and you’ll never starve.”

4.    Resilience: “You’re going to fail if you do enough business. But you can always come back because you’ve got some integrity, and people need that.”

Persistence Pays cartoon strip.

Persistence Pays cartoon strip.

5.    Persistence: “It may take a year, it may take three or four years, but you’re going to hit something so you have something to put on the table for your family.”

6.    Legacy: “You want to leave something, you really do. I mean, in the end, statues and all those things, they don’t mean anything. Leave something that we’re all going to benefit from.”

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