Marco Pierre White’s Top 10 Rules For Success

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✎ Marco Pierre’s Top 10 Rules For Success: In this video we’re going to learn how to improve our lives by analyzing our take on Marco Pierre’s rules for success.

1. Pursue your dreams
2. Fight for your #BELIEFS
3. Be consistent
4. Take advantage of your opportunities
5. Transcend your insecurities
6. Inspire others
7. Learn from your mistakes
8. Have a strong work ethic
9. Discover yourself
10. Fight the ego

✎ He left Allerton High School in Leeds without any qualifications and decided to train as a chef. Aged 16, he went to London with „£7.36, a box of books and a bag of clothes“, and began his classical training as a commis. In 1987, White opened Harvey’s in Wandsworth Common, London, where he won his first Michelin star almost immediately. He later become chef-patron of The Restaurant Marco Pierre White in the dining room at the former Hyde Park Hotel, where he won the third Michelin star. By the age of 33, Marco Pierre White had become the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars. At 33 he was also the youngest chef to win three stars. During his early career in the kitchen, White regularly ejected patrons from his restaurants if he took offence at their comments. In September 2007, White was the Head Chef in ITV’s Hell’s Kitchen television series. In 1999 he retired and returned his Michelin stars. White has published several books, including an influential cookbook White Heat.


37 Kommentare

  1. Jack The Ripper sagt:

    All those qualities I have those top ten rules to success I have

  2. 1) Stock Pot

  3. Johannes von Freudenthal sagt:


    Step 1.) Throw a Knorr Jelly into fucking everything.

    Step 2.) Repeat until Step 10.)

    Step 10.) Goto Step Step 1.)


    Why is he receiving stars from a tire company…

  5. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thanks for watching. #BTA589 Shine

  6. Douch Mush sagt:

    just be pewdiepie

  7. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thanks for watching and for posting your comment Ceyda. 🙂 #Believe #BTA583 Shine

  8. Ceyda M Akay sagt:

    “ “If you need to be a rebel, make sure you win. If you’re going to be a revolutionary, then fight for what you truly believe in.”

  9. Nick Morse sagt:

    somaliatheist # I think you will find that was Keith Floyd who was the first celebrity chef!

  10. Hector Pecero sagt:

    I am a 18 year old apprentice chef and I really like the way he thinks. maybe one day I’ll be a great chef too or maybe the next youngest chef to win 3 Michelin stars.

  11. Anders Berglund sagt:

    He got hes facts right… they where on tv but they where never any celebrity chefs in that way.and fanny Cradock.was on tv long before the roux brothers…

  12. Carlos Ramirez sagt:

    The Great British feast was super inspiring! Marco will always be the Godfather of chefs!

  13. rule 12: Knorr stock cubes

  14. somaliatheist # sagt:

    the ROUX brothers were the first celebrity chefs. get your fact straight mate

  15. HaveSomeRekage sagt:

    „I love memes“

  16. Bas van der Graaff sagt:

    „Success is born out of cooking with stock pots“

  17. Ujjwal Prajapati sagt:

    Jamie Oliver plz plz

  18. Estan Chapur sagt:

    How can this video have ANY dislikes???

  19. Keep in mind, I’m going by what MARCO said. There are some people who might find Napolean ‚GREAT‘ in a different regard.

  20. Exactly. When one sees what kind of a guy the rest are, then one could argue the other way. Yeah, Tesla was successful due to knowledge, knowledge that was of virtuous nature. Edison was successful as well, but he was a businessman.

    You could argue that Genghis Khan was also a „great man“ in that regard. Hell, it was the biggest Empire this world has seen. Compare that to Pres. Kennedy, who was assassinated for being a REAL leader, the difference is night and day.

  21. Petrus Laredes sagt:

    Napoleon was a great man. I’d argue also that uncle Joe was as well, in his way. Becoming the political leader of the largest continent on the planet takes some doing. Tesla was also completely successful in terms of his knowledge and implementation of the science; the only reason why his later technology was not adopted was because the majority of humanity are less enlightened than he was.

  22. I agree. But you have to understand where he’s coming from.
    Great but not successful: Jesus Christ, Nikola Tesla, Chiang Kai-Chek, Pablo Picasso, that unknown soldier
    Successful but not great: Napoleon Bonaparte, Josef Stalin, Mao Zedong.

    You become great WHILE becoming successful. After becoming successful, it’s called redemption.

  23. Melissa Tan agreed!!

  24. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thank you for watching, James. #BTA461 Luka

  25. James Zheng sagt:

    rule 11 : a little bit of olive oil

  26. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thank you for sharing and thanks for watching, Melissa. 🙂 #BelieveNation #BTA454 Luka

  27. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thanks for the comment and for watching. #BTA453 Shine

  28. Melissa Tan sagt:

    Incredibly sensible and great life lessons..much better than anything ever shared or preached by other highly successful people..

  29. Saruman The White sagt:

    Marco is the real deal.

  30. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thanks for the suggestion. I will pass it on to #BelieveTeam. 🙂 #BTA450 Shine

  31. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thank you for sharing with us. Glad that the video is helpful to you! 🙂 #BelieveNation #BTA450 Luka

  32. Islam Benfifi sagt:

    Please do a video on Dan S Kennedy and Jay Abraham. Both are pioneers of direct respone marketing.

  33. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thank you for sharing with us and thanks for watching! 🙂 #BelieveNation #BTA449 Luka

  34. Shubham hogle sagt:

    Thankyou for making this video.This helped me alot as I am pursuing my education to become a chef.and the best thing he said ‚things don’t happen over night‘.

  35. Skhumba Thabede sagt:

    „success is born out of arrogance but greatness is born out of humility“

  36. Monia Tadu sagt:

    This was great. My favourite Marco quote was from the last Master chef Australia „if you have a dream, it is your duty to work and make sure it comes true. Otherwise you are only a dreamer“

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