There are other "gurus", though, who have success after success after success. I don't like the word "guru" sometimes, but I guess it fits.
There are a lot of reasons. Maybe there is some luck, maybe some connections, or many other factors that might go into their success.
But one thing I've noticed is that many of the ones I follow all consistently work incredibly hard. That doesn't mean they don't take breaks, but it means they are always out spreading their message.
People like Brian Tracy. Russell Brunson, Craig Ballantyne, GaryVee, Ryan Deiss, Dave Ramsey, John Maxwell, John Gottman, and many more.
Les Brown, for example, is a motivational speaker that many people would admit has been successful in sharing his message over the years. He has books, programs, videos, appears in seminars, etc.
Some might think he'd be up for a rest after 30 years in the spotlight. But just about every day he is on Facebook doing a live. He's writing new books. He's speaking at new events.
Being prolific and seeming to be everywhere partly as a result, is what most of those guys are about. They keep pounding their message. They keep working. They keep creating. They keep marketing.
And I don't think it's they do those things now because they are famous. I think they are famous because they've done those things for years.
What about you? What is your message? And what are you doing to share it?