The Cycle of Success

The CYCLE OF SUCCES is a model with 12 Key Elements that you can use to set up and execute a succesfull Bug Out Strategy


A lot of people on this planet hurdle from problem to problem.
Why? The answer is simple; they fail to evaluate.
And in doing so they never learn from their mistakes.

Research has shown that we learn more from our mistakes and failures than from our successes.

This doesn’t mean that we should not celebrate our successes.
On the contrary. Succes – no matter how insignificant -  deserves to be celebrated.

Now for the sake of the argument let’s suppose that you are on the road to success but you are just
going in the wrong direction.
From this perspective failure is success in reverse.


Objectively speaking the feeling that comes with failure is just an emotion.

But this emotion means you are trying!
You have finished the Cycle of Succes.
The outcome (evaluation) is just not what you expected.

Now, there can be many reasons for that.
But how do you know which ones are valid and which ones are not if you do not evaluate?

Have you ever noticed how many people are using anti-depressives or other drugs which makes them
‘chemically happy’?

Basically these people are lost. They have no clue where they came from or where they are going to.
They are disconnected from their purpose in live. Or any purpose for that matter.
People need goals in their lives. Something to work with, to work for.

So the first key to success – any success -  is to evaluate your existing situation against your life objectives.

Key to Succes 2: RELAX

For more info read The Cycle of Success.pdf (attachement)

Key to Succes 3: WHAT DO YOU WISH FOR?

Key to Succes 4: THE BUG OUT VISION

Key to Succes 5: WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE IN?

Key to Succes 6: COMMUNICATION

Key to Succes 7: INFORMATION

Key to Succes 8: STRATEGY: PLAN and PLANNING

Key to Succes 9: DECISIONTIME

Key to Succes 10: BUGGING OUT

Key to Succes 11: PERSIST


For more info read The Cycle of Success.pdf (attachement)

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Jan Hendrik Rufer,
Jan 21, 2011, 2:04 PM