Master entrepreneur, original hip-hop mogul, and New York Times bestselling author Russell Simmons shares the most fundamental key to success—meditation—and guides readers to use stillness as a powerful tool to access their potential.
There is no doubt that Russell Simmons is a smashing success. He is now and has been for years. As one of the founders of DEF JAM he’s been a made guy for years. He’s made a ton of money, he’s started a whole slew of business and marketing campaigns and too many hustles to name and one thing that he has been consistent about is his dedication to his spirituality, his vegan diet that he picked up years ago, and his dedication to meditation. I think that he’s done regular meditation for years and a while backed picked up Transcendental Meditation (TM).
He proselytizes the benefits of meditation pretty much every chance he gets and one thing that I have learned in my years is that if you want to be successful, you look at role models and people that have success like you want, and you listen to what they have to say. I want to be rich. I want to have successful businesses. I want to produce TV shows. I want to smash model after model after model… so it might be smart to follow in this cats lead.
I just ordered mine!
Order yours now and have it delivered to you when it drops March 4 of next month. Click on the image up top, click through to the IME Amazon Store in the navigation bar or go to amazon and cop it. Should be good. Cant wait for the delivery.
In Success Through Stillness, Simmons shows the connection between inner peace and outward success through interviews with other successful leaders in various industries, and how learning to be still has been instrumental in his own career. Simmons attributes his meditation practice with changing his life for the better and says that there is no “bad” way to meditate, only different forms for different people.
* The above is an excerpt from a preview that they have on Amazon and that right there spoke to me… I literally just posted something on instagram about an hour ago that was right in line with that passage….
and after posting that I wrote, “… because we are all busy. If you want to make time for something, you make time.”
And I have to live what I write, don’t I? I’m as guilty as the next person of saying that I don’t have time to do something because I have a full time job, and I’m trying to build 2 or 3 businesses, and I want to have a life as well. But thats bullshit. Because this is my life… its the life I chose to lead and the decisions I chose to make. If I want all of this stuff that i talk about, I have to make it happen. Everyone on the planet has the same 24 hours in a day, some just make use of it a lot better than others.