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The Law of 33% (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Sam Sanderson

Founder & Owner of: Simplistic Success

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer


In essence, this law says that 33% of your time should be split up evenly between 3 different groups of people.

1. People Below You

The first 33% is the most simple. This is time spent with people who you would consider below you. For example, maybe you are higher up at your current company and you wish to help an intern learn some new skills. Or perhaps maybe you are an experienced stock trader and wish to help somebody learn the basics who is just starting out. The point is that as you learn and grow it is important to share the knowledge you learn and give advice to others. Helping others is key and will also aid you in your own growth and personal development.

2. People On the Same Level As You

This is time spent with people you would consider who are on “the same level” as you. In other words your friends and peers. As mentioned before it is VERY important who you choose to spend your time with. You need to surround yourself with like-minded individuals who have a vision, work hard, support you and are working towards similar goals. Your peer group should motivate you and push you not bring you down. Non constructive Negativity is the worst thing you can be around and you need to avoid it like the plague at all costs.

3. Mentors/ People Above You

This leads us to the last 33%, which is actually the most important of the three. This is time spent with people who you would consider above you ie. people who are at a level of success or a point in life that you are looking to attain and working towards being at. This is the most crucial part of your success because seeing people where you want to be make you realize it is possible, which is more powerful than you know. Your limit and potential is only caused by your beliefs about what is attainable so seeing people achieve are very important to your success. Take the history of the four minute mile for example, it was impossible until one man accomplished it. After that many people accomplished the four minute mile feat. Finding mentors and surrounding yourself with successful people also pushes you to work harder and to enhance your threshold of excellence.  It also provides you with a person who will track your progress and keep you in check and work towards your goals. Lastly, they are a huge source of motivation which is huge. They will inspire you and help push you on those days when you feel like giving up.

SUMMARY:  The law of 33% percent says your time should be divided equally between three different parties. This is people below you, on the same level, and above you. This is key to your personal growth and your path towards being successful.


Article Credits: Sam Sanderson

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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41 Comments
  1. Random Repeat 1 month ago

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  2. Ron 2 months ago

    Hey Sam! I agree to an extent but I’m also a huge believer in equality. They’re people with more or less experience but I certainly would never consider someone “below me.” The concept is great though. It goes back to self-development and surrounding yourself with other successful people. Good read!

    Ron
    redpillrebellion.com

  3. sankaranagukolachala 2 months ago

    Valuable information

  4. Yza 3 months ago

    Thanks for the reminder! I sometimes tend to forget mingling with people as I mostly like to spend time alone. 🙂

  5. LOVABBY 3 months ago

    Same level seems to be the favorite. Good write.

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  7. ensemblepourtoujours 5 months ago

    I simply love this 🙂

  8. DarkSoul 5 months ago

    A new perspective 🙂

  9. openthoughtsonlife2017 5 months ago

    A new way for me to think.. wonderful!

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