Once, a peasant wanted to know what it was like to be a king.
He strolled into the royal palace inquiring, "Where is the King? Where is the King?"
Friends, No one would take him seriously because of his lowly stature.
But the King showed some compassion and called for the peasant.
In the palace room, they went as the King explained a few things.
"So you want to be a King?" the leader asked.
"I will gladly give you my crown."
The peasant was shocked by the King's royal words but couldn't wait to rule the people.
One day passed, and the peasant finally got to wear the crown.
He sat on the throne, commanding this person and that person.
"Give me this… Get me that"
The people began to get irritated.
It wasn't long before they started plotting around the palace to get the peasant off the throne.
Luckily, the King caught word of this.
He wanted to stop it before it was too late, but a giant mob was already forming.
By the time the King entered the royal throne room, several knives were at the peasant's throat.
"Stop it!" the King cried as he made his way to the front.
Finally, the King took back his crown.
The people rejoiced, but the peasant felt remorseful.
The peasant looked over at the King and asked, "Why do the people practically worship you… and hate me?"
The King smiled and looked back over at the peasant.
"Because I took the time to take care of myself, I now have enough time to care for the people I love."
The peasant didn't quite get it, but the King put it more bluntly.
"When you take responsibility for the things you can control, everything else will fall into place."
Maybe your current situation with success isn't necessarily your fault, but it's fair to say there's a way out.
And if you're interested in becoming a King and taking responsibility, this training will show you exactly: