Every great success is the result of hundreds and even thousands of little efforts that no one ever sees or appreciates. The interesting fact is that the law of probabilities determines your success as much as anything else. The more that you do the things that other successful people do, over and over, the more probable it is that you will get the success that successful people enjoy. It is not a miracle. It is not luck; it is merely law, the law of probabilities. Your outer world is a mirror image of reflection of your inner world. If you want to change anything in your outer world, your health, relationships, income or success of any kind, you must first begin by changing yourself on the inside.

They say that everyone wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die. Everyone wants to be successful, but very few people want to put in the many months and years of hard work necessary to achieve it. But you cannot accomplish something on the outside that you have not prepared yourself for on the inside. That is why we say that, “to achieve something that you have never achieved before, you must become someone that you have never been before.”

— Brian Tracy, from “Little Things Matter” by W.T. Smith


Success = Persistence X Failures™

Also referred to as the “SPF initiative™” Philip Song considers it as one of his most influential truths in business. Philip Song also speaks on how success, both in business as well as in life, can be the end result, when continued on-going and improving persistence in the correct behavior with action under properly planned strategy, is “multiplied” by numerous experiences of failing yet remaining resilient and learning from those failures.

Throughout history, there has been examples of countless number of individuals in all aspects of life and in business, where people have tried, given their very best efforts and yet failed. Books and literature of all sorts have been written on how so many individuals have persisted in their efforts, yet to find themselves in the state of agony of defeat. However, Philip Song questions this common result, “If and when, one fails at something, is it truly a “defeat” or a true “failure”? Philip Song uses his personal experiences in both business and in life to share and inspire others.

Philip Song believes that there is no shame in sincere failure. There is honor when one gives their utmost and sincere effort under a well thought-out plan. Failure, in all shapes and sizes, is an every day occurrence in people’s lives. Everyone fails at something; yet, what is not acceptable, is not giving one’s very best strategic effort and trying. One must get up, brush off, and try again if they wish to capture success.







– Samuel Beckett (1906-1989)

“Most people have hundreds of reasons why they cannot do what they want to do in life, when all they need is one reason why they can.”

— Willis R. Whitney

“Success is not something you pursue. What you pursue eludes you. Success is something you attract by the person you become.”

— Jim Rohn

“Burden and weakness are given to humble us before great tasks.”

— Charles Spurgeon

“Whether you think you can, or whether you think you can’t, you’re right.”

— Henry Ford

“Trust but verify.”

— Ronald Reagan

“By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established; through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.”

— Proverbs 24:3,4

“Definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and yet expecting different results.”

— Albert Einstein

“Reduce your plan to writing. The moment you complete this, you will have definitely given concrete form to the intangible desire.”

— Napolean Hill

“Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failures than to rank with those who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.”

— Theodore Roosevelt

“Success is not final, Failure is not fatal; It is the courage to continue that counts.”

— Winston Churchill