What you are about to read was co-written by Dave Kekich from his “Kekich’s Credo,” by the late great Gary Halbert, and by yours truly. Enjoy! 1. More. Copy link to Tweet; Embed Tweet. All of the Kekich Credos can be downloaded for free. User: kekich, pwd: credo The Kekich Credos adapted for both health and wellness and business building. 2. Make It Big by Frank McKinney (the chapter titles). 3. The 34 Maverick.
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Put your best foot forward. Anyone can learn the physical mechanics. Memories are fallible, and death is inevitable so far. Every day should be a celebration of existence.
Think carefully before making any offers, commitments or promises, no matter how seemingly trivial. By owning your own business, you only have to be good to become wealthy.
Kekich’s Credo – Nathan Pavelka
Integrate every aspect of your life body, mind, spirit, relationships, business and each within itself. You become whom you associate with. Nobody gets old by surprise. Empire builders spend hour-after-hour on mental work -while others party.
Whenever something sounds too good to be true, it almost always is. Wallace Ward Frederick Mann Dr. It takes almost the same amount of time and energy to manage tiny projects or businesses as it does to manage massive ones… and the massive ones carry with them — proportional rewards.
Do more than is expected of you.
(*&$# My Comfort Zone
Here is his description of David Kekidh Then you have to commit to doing something about it. Progress is a continued effort to swim against the stream. Plan and manage your life the same way. Options are a primary source of power. All other business functions are costs. Incalculable effort and hardship over countless generations evolved into the life, values, and happiness we take for granted today.
Religiously nourish your body with cresos nutrition, exercise, recreation, sleep and relaxation techniques. Lying is for thieves and cowards. Real regrets only come from not doing your best. Strong leadership is the key. Long term success is built on credibility and on establishing enduring loving relationships with quality people based on mutually earned trust.
A success key is positioning yourself at the top of their agenda. Never enter into nor invest in a business without a solid, well-researched and well thought-out written plan. Of course, change is a scary word.
Cherish time, your most valuable resource.
Insurance is not for sale when you need it. If you want to accomplish anything, get out of your comfort zone. You can do it.
That regret will be far more painful than any daily struggle we face while we work towards a better life. The primary purpose of business is to create and keep customers.
Lying is for thieves and cowards.
Fill your life with positive expectations. You have to focus on the small, but consistent increases in your second income you achieve from taking action every day. Forming a hypothesis — or a generalization of facts held to be true.