Two rich men living in the same neighbourhood were, one day, robbed of everything they had.
Now left with nothing, one was so depressed, he jumped into the lagoon and drowned. The other left the neighbourhood. Nobody saw him again until months later when he returned. This time, richer than he was before.
When his neighbours saw him, they were astonished. Curiously, they asked, "How did you do that?" He told them, "When those robbers robbed me, they thought they took away all that I had but they didn't know that all that I had was inside me. I don't give the world anything that I have not, first, given myself."
True success is first replicable.
The difference between the two rich men is the understanding that success is not on the things we achieve but on who we become as a result of achieving them.
No cutting corners.
You have to first, become before you manifest. That's what makes success easily replicable.