How to Achieve Success in the Next 5 Minutes

In this clip from our show Believe, Nicholas Upchurch helps you to attain “True Success” with this important, simple, concept. It might seem obvious, but how many of us really could do a better job of this? We’ll show you how to achieve success in the next 5 minutes!

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  • Sophie Allways

    Reminds me of “The harder I work, the luckier I get”, said by Samuel Goldwyn. There are so many people who overlook opportunities because they look like hard work, but I found that if I start by tackling the little things, the larger ones become possible.

    Thanks for the video. It is a good reminder that if people never do anything, they can never achieve anything. You’re certainly not afraid of hard work if you are trying to build this from scratch, so good luck with your series. I’ll be following it, and I hope all your hard work pays off!

  • Trixie

    I’m in agreement with everything you say, and I would only add one thing to that. As long as you love what you do, then it ceases to become hard work. Time stands still while you’re doing it, and satisfaction speeds up. Thanks for the great video.

  • Norman

    This is something that we all know but we don’t do. I’ve always been fascinated by us as humans and why we do the things we do and why we don’t do some of the things we want to do. This is great advice, that we already knew, but it hits home anyway.

  • 1Broadband4u

    I remember an old boss who told me “You have to learn to like work”. The older I got the more that made sense. Thanks for the video Believe, you do good work.

  • Abigal

    Many people procrastinate because they hate what they have to do to survive. When you are at this point in your life, it is definitely time to change directions and do something you love so that getting up and moving towards success will be more enjoyable.

  • Taliska

    A call to ‘get out there there *now* and do something, anything’ is a good way to get people out a rut, but there’s a problem with it. Doesn’t this risk the politician’s fallacy: “I must do something, this is something therefore I must do it”?

    There’s still something to be said for exercising judgement and discretion before you act, rather than simply acting for the sake of it.

  • Kegan

    This episode is very encouraging. Sitting and thinking you can’t do something for whatever reason will destroy your dreams eventually. So, even if you only take one step at a time to work toward your dream, eventually you will get there and feel very accomplished.