By Federico Tessore – Investor Passport (ARG) –
We hear success stories everywhere: on TV, on the radio, when we get together to chat with friends. The idea is that success comes from making the right choices and taking the right actions at the right time.
The word “success” comes from the Latin word exitus (“exit”). Fundamentally, success is the ultimate goal of all our efforts. There are so many good examples. Look at Mozart, The Beatles and Bill Gates, just to name a few.
The big question is: what is the key to success?
In Malcolm Gladwell’s book, Outliers: The story of Success, Gladwell looks at what factors have played a role in making successful people, well, successful.
He examines the role of culture, family, friends, family origins, and other factors that predict a person’s success.
After reading his book, I concluded that the key to success is spending 10,000 hours doing whatever it is we want to be successful doing.