Friday, August 29, 2008

Reaching Success in 10 Steps, From the Michael's Three

Much has been written and said about the three Michael's. The
incredible Olympic performance of Michael Phelps. And the
amazing Championship career of Michael Jordan along with
my favorite the savior of network marketing Michael Dlouhy.

There's no question that these three deserve every one of the
accolades that have been bestowed upon them, and then some.


Because they are outstanding example's of determined people
who have followed the Universal Laws that always bring
success. And you can find the evidence of that in the various
media coverage niches of the three.

All stating the same thing.

"The difference between successful people and failures
is that successful people make a habit of doing the
things that failures do not like to do."

And that statement points to the obvious reason's for the Michael's
successes. But there are other valuable reason's for this.

"The Law of Cause and Effect says that everything happens
for a reason. For every effect in your life, there is a cause, or
series of specific, measurable, definable, identifiable causes.

Like Success in 10 Steps

This law says that if there is anything you want in life, an effect
that you desire, you can find someone else that has achieved the
same result or effect, and that by doing the same things that they
have done over and over you can eventually enjoy the same
results and rewards.

What that means is that for the three Michael's to reach their
levels of success they needed coaches. Mentors to guide and
direct them, on their chosen path to reaching their goals, and

Mentors and coaches are for more than sports, and business.
People need and use coaches for all aspects of life. And some of
the best are available for you at Mentoring for Free.

What are you waiting for, get a Mentor for Free.

Your Friend in Success

Gary McElwain
216-539-3553 Anytime
My Success Manual

Being a Mentor with a Servants Heart


SteveDeVane said...


There once was a time when I would have said that no one deserved to be mentioned in the same sentence as Michael Jordan. He was that much better than anyone else at what he did.

But Michael Phelps certainly showed at the Olympics that he belongs in that type of discussion.

And Michael Dlouhy has shown similar expertise in and devotion to his field, network marketing.

Great comparison. Great post.

Steve DeVane

Gary McElwain said...

You are absolutely right, no one compares to Michael Jordan in his field. As with the other Michaels
they too are exceptions in their fields.

It takes olympian like determination to be the best in any career choice that we make. Using role models help to expedite the process.

And these three Michaels I believe are great examples of role models to follow no matter what the career.

Thanks for your comments.

Gary McElwain