5 Core Beliefs of Incredibly Successful People

5 Core Beliefs of Incredibly Successful People

March 19, 2017 – Like anything else in life, some businesses succeed while others fail. According to business experts, the five factors that exert the greatest influence on the fate of a new business include the idea, team, business model, funding, and timing. Still, what are the core beliefs of incredibly successful people?  Read more to find out what noted wealth coach JT Foxx reveals.

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Like anything else in life, some businesses succeed while others fail. But what exerts the biggest influence on the fate (as well as the survival) of a new business? According to most business experts, the five factors that exert the greatest influence on the fate of a new business include the idea, team, business model, funding, and timing. Some believe that the team and idea execution are the most crucial, while others consider funding and business model to be crucial too. However, what are the core beliefs of incredibly successful people?  

According to noted wealth coach JT Foxx, hailed as the world’s number one business coach, to succeed in business, you don’t have to wish upon a star. All you need is to instill a few core beliefs from the most successful people in the world, just like Steve Jobs, Walt Disney, Richard Branson, Mark Cuban, Elon Musk and more.

Well, JT Foxx himself is a good example of how to become a business success. In fact, he is a successful serial entrepreneur with companies, brands and business interests spanning the planet.  He is one of the top platform speakers in the world and is seen and heard on TV, radio, and print. Those who haven’t heard of him could perhaps check out his JT Foxx live events.

The 5 core beliefs of incredibly successful people, according to JT Foxx, are the following:

The only person who can stop me is me;

I will change the world;

I don’t create networks, I build lasting relationships;

Strategy is important but execution is everything; and

Leadership is a marathon, not a sprint.

JT Foxx further adds that entrepreneurs and business executives should not compare themselves to others, as they are in their own race. They should also stay true to who they are, work hard and don’t give up. Soon enough, it will all pay off. JT Foxx also adds that you don’t really know you have it until it has passed. Thus, keep your head down and stay focused, and you will get there.

JT Foxx’s organization is also built on a culture based on a “Powered by Your Success” philosophy --  the more successful his clients are, the more successful they become as an organization.

Their second culture is the “Family First” mantra, which means that they treat all their clients as if they were part of the family. And as cliché, as it may sound, this mantra has really separated the JT Foxx organization from the rest of the competition.  

The “Powered by Your Success” and ‘Family First” culture and philosophy have led the organization to coach clients in over 49 different countries, with thousands of successes all over the world.  

For those who are interested in getting a coach, contact JT Foxx by phone at (877) 272-3031, leave a phone message, and they will diligently get your questions answered. You can also log on to their website at http://jtfoxxblog.com.

 
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