Common Sense Success
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Five Fundamentals of Success

The Five Fundamentals of Common Sense Success are about Finding Your Way in work and life.

In ancient times Inuit Indians stacked rocks in the formless arctic landscape for use as navigation markers. Over time the markers came to resemble a person and would, with one “arm” extended longer on one side, point the way home, to a cache of food, or to the nourishment of the hunting ground. Commonly called Inukshuk (in-ook-shook), the markers came to symbolize direction in life.

That is what The Five Fundamentals of Common Sense Success are about: Direction. We may not be traveling across a barren arctic landscape today, but with all the noise and clutter of this present age it is just as easy to lose our way. These Five Fundamentals are an inukshuk pointing the way toward the things in life you may have strayed from, a little stack of rocks marking a path among the noise and clutter, helping to guide your way.

The Inukshuk is the perfect metaphor. It shows the importance of Dedication, Belief, Control, People Skills, and Courage.
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Common Sense Success: The Book

In the book Common Sense Success, Entrepreneur and Fortune 100 trainer Bill Arnold reveals the everyday practices behind his family's success both at work and at home.


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Learn Common Sense Practices: Video Archives

Bill Arnold, author of The Five of Fundamentals of Common Sense Success, shares common sense practices in these short videos to help you Find Your Way in business and life. Inspiring, instructing, entertaining.

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