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Banknet India was associated with Indiatimes Strategy Summit- "The Success Principles" featuring Jack Canfield creator of the book-series "Chicken Soup for the Soul" in Delhi & Mumbai on June 28 & 30, 2005.  

The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be

Anurag Khanna, CEO, Banknet India interacted & listened to Mr Jack Canfield creator of the best selling book-series "Chicken Soup for the Soul" at Mumbai on the 30th June 2005.

His advice is straightforward. He asks to take 100 % responsibility for your life, Be Clear Why You are Here, Decide What You Want, Believe It’s Possible and Believe in Yourself. His advice is to Reject Rejection and Surround Yourself with Successful People. Canfield's definition of success is primarily monetary, and he includes plenty of anecdotes & quotes.



"In order to be successful in life and career, see what you want and get what you see," says Jack Canfield, author of New York Times bestsellers like Chicken soup for the soul series. "It's called the power of visualisation. Visualise your success everyday and it will become easier for you to achieve it." Canfield said: "Believing in yourself is the key to success."

Citing the example of Fred Smith, Canfield said managers should always dream big and believe in those dreams to make them successful ideas. "When Smith first wrote a paper on an airline that would carry packages and deliver them in any part of the world in 24 hours, he got a 'F' rating in high school. But Smith believed in his dream and went on to establish Federal Express and the rest is history."

"You should always have a big, hairy, audacious goal and believe in that goal and in the fact that you can achieve that goal," he said adding that listing out this goal and charting a measurable roadmap to achieving it will ensure success.

"Write down your big dream... and pin it up at a place where you keep seeing it. That will make you believe in that dream.

Then list out the short-term — it can be quarterly or annual — things to achieve that will help you get to that big dream. These short-term goals should be measurable and review your efforts and these goals every day," he said.

"Go through each of your yearly goals, one at a time. Close your eyes and spend about 15 seconds visualising each goal as if it were already complete. Feel the feelings you would feel if you had already achieved the goal. It will then become easier for you to achieve it," Canfield added.

This daily review of the road covered and the final dream will help the subconscious mind come up with ideas to get around the problems in its path. This, he said, will also help transcend the factors that keep one from achieving the dreams.

But mere thinking will not help, said Canfield adding that people should have a bias for taking action. "But it should all start with a big dream. Set a goal that's big enough so that in the process of achieving it, you become someone worth becoming," he said.

(Excerpt from Times News Network Report)

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About Jack Canfield

Jack Canfield, has worked his way from being a teacher to holding a Guinness world record for having seven books simultaneously on The New York Times® Best Sellers list. As a coauthor of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series, he's sold more than 80 million books. Canfield has traveled to over 21 countries, delivering hundreds of keynote speeches, workshops and trainings each year. Canfield has appeared on numerous television shows. Today, he shares his success strategies with companies and associations worldwide.

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