Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and The Secrets To Success

Written by Joe Cohen, BS | Last updated:

Did you ever think about what makes the top entrepreneurs such as Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and others hyper-successful?

I’ve researched these and other top entrepreneurs thoroughly, and my conclusion is that very little of their success has to do with luck.

Building Amazon and Tesla involved intense competition at all times of their development, and there’s still fierce competition that will continue well into the future.

Tesla is still competing against every huge automaker and many new entrants. Amazon still has to compete against Walmart, Costco, and Target.

These super stars did not get there through manifesting, positive thinking, and self-help books. The most elite performers actually don’t practice or read any of these things.

They didn’t buy an internet course advertised on Facebook on the 3 step formula for success, or hire an online mentor to guide them through the process.

There were 3 things that allowed them to become hyper-successful.

In the next few days, we will go through the three factors and show you how to increase your odds of success.

The first secret to success might be surprising and obvious at the same time:

Stress resilience.

There’s a saying that the more money or possessions you have, the more worries you have.

The higher up on the success ladder you reach, the more you need to cope with all the worries and stress that come with it.

One thing that’s clear about the titans of tech is that they are mentally prepared for everything. By being robust and resilient, they are able to put themselves through a lot of mental, and some physical, stressors and bounce back very quickly.

Elon Musk is a typical example of someone who is put through many mental stressors, but he is able to handle them extremely well compared to the level of stress he’s put in.

Most people would crack within a few hours, and he’s been able to sustain the high level of stress for decades.

In addition, it’s well researched that working memory, focus, processing speed and other aspects of intelligence are tightly linked to mood and general health as well.

In fact, studies show that reaction time is the single best predictor of lifespan – because your brain often is just a mirror for how well your body is working.

Working memory, focus and processing speed are really important in being successful, and these are severely hampered by stress, trauma, anxiety or depression.

But the important thing to consider is that mental resilience can be optimized by everyone.

There’s a quick and easy way for you to do that, and it all starts with your genes.

Start Hacking Your Genes Today

There are plenty of genes that can help you strengthen your mental resilience.

For example, the OXTR gene codes for oxytocin receptors and affects the sensitivity of the amygdala, your “threat detector.”

The negative gene variant strengthens the amygdala, making it more sensitive to smaller threats, therefore increasing stress on even miniscule things.

If you understand what genetic variant you carry, you can implement lifestyle changes that will counteract these negative effects and actually help you deal with stress better!

Now imagine looking at all your genes related to stress, and changing your lifestyle to counteract the bad variants and boost the good variants. Your mental resilience will be through the roof!

This is what I mean by hacking your genes for success. All the information you need is within you, all you need to do is use it.

SelfDecode gives you the power to do that.

You can read about successful entrepreneurs and try to mimic their lifestyle, but in order to completely optimize your health and intelligence, you have to build a regimen personalized for your body.

The best way to do that is to look at your genes and create a lifestyle suitable for you.

You can do it instantly with SelfDecode.

All you have to do is order a DNA kit or upload your existing DNA file, download your Mood and Cognitive Function DNA Reports, and implement your personalized diet, lifestyle, and supplement recommendations.

These reports analyze dozens of genes related to both health, stress resilience, focus, working memory, and processing speed, and give you recommendations that will help you reach your goals.

If you want to achieve success, whatever that means for you, it all starts with optimizing your health.

It all starts with your DNA.

About the Author

Joe Cohen, BS

Joe Cohen, BS

Joe Cohen flipped the script on conventional and alternative medicine…and it worked. Growing up, he suffered from inflammation, brain fog, fatigue, digestive problems, insomnia, anxiety, and other issues that were poorly understood in traditional healthcare. Frustrated by the lack of good information and tools, Joe decided to embark on a learning journey to decode his DNA and track his biomarkers in search of better health. Through this personalized approach, he discovered his genetic weaknesses and was able to optimize his health 10X better than he ever thought was possible. Based on his own health success, he went on to found SelfDecode, the world’s first direct-to-consumer DNA analyzer & precision health tool that utilizes AI-driven polygenic risk scoring to produce accurate insights and health recommendations. Today, SelfDecode has helped over 100,000 people understand how to get healthier using their DNA and labs.
Joe is a thriving entrepreneur, with a mission of empowering people to take advantage of the precision health revolution and uncover insights from their DNA and biomarkers so that we can all feel great all of the time.


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