Right Choice for Success

Right Choice for Success

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Brian Page is an entrepreneur, online educator, and passive income pioneer who is best known as the creator of the BNB Formula, the world’s #1 bestselling Airbnb™ coaching program with over 25,000 students in 47 countries.

Give Yourself a “Do Over” to Make the Right Choice for Success


People land big positions and expect the turn the tide of their success. The last thing you want is to expect overnight success. Also, don’t equate “do-over” with immediate success. Instead, a “do-over” gives you a fair chance to become successful. History is filled with people who achieved success through calculated risks and strategic efforts.

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Some people spend decades trying to achieve their goals but drift farther away from them. Sure, if you’re a master of your craft, you can find a traditional job or start a new business to accumulate wealth. But people often confuse success with happiness. In fact, before you put your plans in motion to achieve success – figure out where you want to be in the next 5-10 years.  

If you’re serious about making the right choices and giving yourself a “do-over” to achieve success, keep reading:


Defining Your Value 

Today, most people define their worth based on their labor. In fact, people see themselves as part of a society that expects hard labor and lifelong commitment. Of course, getting a high-paying job can change the course of your life. It makes sense why most people want to seek positions that can improve their quality of life.

But from higher qualification standards to landing a big job, there is a cycle of responsibilities passed on from generation to generation. Right from the start, people learn about consistent growth in professional life and how failure to abide by the rules of society can have devastating consequences. But in all fairness, it is a desire for decadence.

In fact, you can even say that the game is rigged where a constant cultural shift makes it hard to set goals, let alone achieve success. The truth is that there is a relentless yet mindless pursuit to achieve the next big goal. And this culture breeds greed and invalidates the opinions of talented people. Still, it makes sense for most people to define their success through rendered labor and financial rewards.


But What Makes Up Success?

Your success is how you define it – nothing more, nothing less. For you, success can be flexible work hours or 100% financial freedom. Some people may pursue their lifelong passion, while others might use their valuable time to travel the world.

Contrary to naïve perception, success is not associated with winning rewards or riches. Instead, success is defined by personal fulfillment. If you want to learn about what makes a successful life, you have to see it in a personal light. In fact, your parents, friends, and partner probably have their own success definition. But instead of following someone else’s route – create your own path to success.


What Should Be Your Approach?

Imagine if you could get back every minute you’ve ever spent on work and the advancement of your professional career. But how will you spend it if you get back all that time? And this is where the “do-over” approach comes into play. The idea of getting a “do-over” is to ask yourself some tough questions.

If you’re an engineer and could get back all your time on the job, will you still choose the same career path or pursue something you’ve always been passionate about? In the end, you have to figure out whether or not work warrants your consideration.


Ask Tough Questions

In 2022, becoming a passivepreneur is a realistic option for people. Once you depend on a passive income source, it frees you from society’s expectations (and burden) to start a business, take a new job, and make a successful career. Focusing only on making your bank account bigger is a disastrous path and one that does not measure or guarantee success.

Now, it may sound like an impractical, but there is more than one way to see the world. And there are certainly better ways to see the world than through the prism of labor. Asking these questions may make you uncomfortable, but it will help you connect the dots between what you’re doing now and how it can help you lead a quality life.


Whether you’re a parent, a spouse, or working a 9-5 job, responsibilities can be mountainous. And the “need” to hold onto a job becomes more prevalent when you have to pay the bills and take care of your family. Fortunately, there are new possibilities on the horizon. But you have to ask yourself difficult questions to form new perceptions. What you think is impossible may be achievable with the right mindset.

Enter: Passivepreneurs

You may have noticed the emergence of “passivepreneurs,” a new group of wealthy people. These individuals have the financial means to spend their time discretely, travel the world, and share memorable experiences with others.  


What’s interesting about passivepreneurs is that they’re not bound by the rules of conventional income earners like doctors, attorneys, and engineers. Similarly, they don’t fall under the same umbrella as business leaders who run large corporations. Also, passivepreneurs are not associated with Wall Street or Silicon Valley.

Instead, these individuals are completely different from each other in terms of educational background. But all these individuals have a common will to create a passive income. Passivepreneurs understand that starting a new or side hustle is not the answer to achieve 100% financial freedom. Today, passivepreneurs experience complete financial freedom and are masters of their own time.


Last Words: Find Your Own Way


In retrospect, it is crucial to consider “how” you want to spend your valuable time. Objectively answering this question can set free from traditional expectations. In 2022, you don’t have to push your physical and mental limits to achieve your dreams. Instead, prioritize creating a passive income to get control of your time.

Ideally, you should make a 3-5 year plan rather than a 3-5 decade plan. Opt for 40-60 hours of free time rather than working 40-60 hours a week for a corporation. If you have the willingness and desire to deviate from the conventional work standards, you can create a passive income in a short time. It is the “right” choice to achieve success and enjoy the positive experiences that will last for years to come.

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Brian Page is an entrepreneur, online educator, and passive income pioneer who is best known as the creator of the BNB Formula, the world’s #1 bestselling Airbnb™ coaching program with over 25,000 students in 47 countries.