JOHN DI LEMME ON “JUST BELIEVE AND YOU WILL ACHIEVE”
As I read the following stories of world-renowned people who have
succeeded to the ultimate level in their respective ﬁelds, I said to myself, “All
they had when they started their journey was belief in themselves because they
overcame some major obstacles to succeed.” I am a true believer in readingsuccess stories to ﬁnd the inspiration and consistent motivation needed to achieve
your personal WHY in life.As I have written in past issues, you need a mastermind
group around you in
order to truly ﬂourish. When I ﬁrst said that I was going to build an
internationalbusiness when I was only 26 years old and achieve enormous
onethought that I had lost my mind but what kept me fueled up was reading stories of other
achievers and how they struggled to reach their achievements. As many of you know, I went on
to fulﬁll my dream and now I am building an international
personal development business that
will help many people achieve their dreams.The following are stories that I know will help you
realize that all you need to dois BELIEVE in your ultimate outcome and you WILL achieve it!
FAILURES...BUT NOT QUITE
• The teacher of famous opera singer Enrico Caruso said C
aruso had no voiceat all and
• Eighteen publishers turned down Richard Bach‟s 10,000 word story about a
seagull before MacMillan ﬁnally published it in 1970. By 1975,
had sold more than 7 million copies in the U.S. alone.
• Thomas Edison was thrown out of school in the early grades when the
teachers decided he
couldn‟t do the work.
•R. H. Macy failed seven times before his store in New York caught on.