The Path to Success


 Authored By: Mikel J. Harry, Ph.D.

January 7, 2014

Throughout our personal and professional lives, we sometimes feel a compelling need to pursue a dream or achieve a stretch goal for ourselves.  Beyond this, some people must do this for a work team, committee or group of people attempting to realize a collective aspiration.  But how is this done?  How can the odds of success be maximized?  Is there a tried and tested way of getting yourself or others on the path to success?

As many already know, the answer to such questions is founded on knowledge.  Simply stated, you can’t do what you don’t know.  Consequently, if you expect to achieve breakthrough in some dimension of your life, you must have the underlying knowledge that is required to innovate and execute high quality solutions.

Interestingly, during the course of our formal education, we are taught many facts and skills, like reading, writing and arithmetic (so to speak), but we are never formally taught how to succeed.  To do this, most of us have been left on our own.

In an attempt to create success, we often call upon our existing knowledge and then rely on trial-and-error to find the illusive path to success.  That is to say, we sit down, think about what we would like from some dimension of our life and then try to invent a formula for realizing our dreams or goals – calling upon our education and experiences to help guide our efforts.

Almost without saying, such an approach to breakthrough results in a hit-and-miss strategy that often leads to disappointing results, if any.  Well, several years ago, we uncovered a way that can help you avoid such short comings.  It’s called The Great Discovery.

In a nutshell, The Great Discovery is a process that advances human achievement to the point of breakthrough – and beyond.  In this sense, it is a way that ordinary people can envision, plan and achieve extraordinary things.  The Great Discovery is a highly structured, disciplined and systematic way of thinking that allows you to formulate a dream or stretch-goal and then create a clear roadmap to the realization of such aspirations.

To this end, The Great Discovery is a repeatable, teachable and sustainable system that will help guide you to what you value most in life. It’s a way you can unify the thinking and activity of people toward a common vision.

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About Mikel Harry

Dr. Harry has been widely recognized in many of today's notable publications as the Co-Creator of Six Sigma and the world's leading authority within this field. His book entitled Six Sigma: The Breakthrough Management Strategy Revolutionizing the World’s Top Corporations has been on the best seller list of the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Business Week, and Amazon.com. He has been a consultant to many of the world’s top senior executives, such as Jack Welch, former CEO and Chairman of General Electric Corporation. Dr. Harry has also been a featured guest on popular television programs, such as the premier NBC show "Power Lunch." He is often quoted in newspapers like USA Today and interviewed by the media, such as The Economic Times. In addition, Dr. Harry has received many distinguished awards in recognition of his contributions to industry and society. At the present time, Dr. Harry is Chairman of the Six Sigma Management Institute and CEO of The Great Discovery, LLC.
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