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How To Make It In America EP06: Why You Should Always Be Curious

May 28, 2014 in Life, MAGAZINE, Mindset, Motivation, Psychology of the Successful

    I just read a book called “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman! (Adventures of a Curious Character)” and it is what inspired this video. The concept is relatively simple, but not a lot of people pratice it. Richard Feyman is curious about everyting. When he sees a flower it is not sure a flower, but he thinks about the cell structure, the molecules, how it gets sunlight, how long it survives, etc, etc. A millionaire mentor of mine once told me that one of the key attributes of success was to be curious about everything and to keep asking yourself questions. By doing this you are able to dive deeper in to any given obstacle and come up with a better understanding of the what the possible solution might be. Watch this video to learn more.

      How To Make It In America EP05: Why Understanding the Psychology of Winning is the Key to Your Success

      May 27, 2014 in Life, MAGAZINE, Motivation, Psychology of the Rich, Psychology of the Successful

        Success and winning may not be easy, but what you need to understand is that it is a psychological battle more than anything else. I mean even Charlie Sheen knows that! :-) Most limitations are self imposed. The way to break out of these self imposed limitations is to understand the pyschology of winning which is discussed in this video. Enjoy1 If you like this content and want to get updated weekly you can subscribe to our newsletter. :-)

          How To Make It In America EP04: How Miscalculating the Hard Work it Takes to Actually Reach Your Goals is Affecting You

          May 27, 2014 in Book Reviews, MAGAZINE, Mindset, Motivation, Psychology of the Rich, Psychology of the Successful

            Your goals are going to take you longer than you think they are. I know you don’t want to hear it, but it is the truth in most cases. Based on “mainstream” society programming a lot of people think that there are shortcuts you can take to acheive the goals they want to accomplish. Instead of buckling down and doing the hard work they are spending most of their time looking for an easier way. Even if you were able to find a shortcut or catch a lucky break you wouldn’t be able to repeat your success. When you systematically and diligently reach your goals, you can not only duplicate them, but you can teach others. Let us take lottery winners for example. They don’t know anything about wealth and usually have not been good at managing money. This is why most of them end up losing their wealth relatively quickly. By miscalulating the work and effort it takes to really achieve your goals you are making life harder than it has to be. If you want to learn more watch the video. :-)

              Fake Sign Language Interpreter at Mandela’s Funeral Proves It Is Probably a Good Idea To Be an Expert In Your Chosen Field

              December 13, 2013 in MAGAZINE, Mindset

                There is a good reason to be an expert in your field. People will look up to you, trust you, ask your opinion, and you will make good money. Now with the said, you will have to actually get them results. If you are a trainer at the gym you better be in shape so that when you get a client you can get them the same results. I mean think about it, would you want to work out with an out of shape trainer?  The same thing applies to your network marketing business. If someone gets started in your business you should be able to show them what it takes to hit the monthly goals they set for themselves. If a single mother joins your network marketing business and needs to earn an extra $1000 month. Can you help her get that result? If the answer is yes…good job! If the answer is no, then you need to get to work buddy.
                A lot of buzz is going on around the internet about the sign language interpreter did horrible job at Mandela’s funeral. Malcom Gladwell states that it take 10,000 hours to become an expert in any given field. OBVIOUSLY, this is a guy who did not put in the time and now is being exposed. In short, put in the time it takes you be an expert in your chosen field. It will pay off. Beside you can’t fake results. Check out the video here:



                  Network marketing advice: tap rooting

                  December 10, 2013 in Mindset

                    Let’s briefly discuss the concept of tap rooting. Tap rooting is a concept when done effectively can create excitement and momentum in your organization. The concept of tap rooting means that when someone gets started you help them IMMEDIATELY recruit someone in their warm market within 24 – 48 hours. Here is the what the process looks like step by step:

                    Step 1: Sponsor a new rep
                    Step 2: Have the IMMEDIATELY call 3 to 5 of their flattire buddies
                    Step 3: Set up a launch or a game planning session
                    Step 4: Set up two Personal Business Receptions where they invite their prospects to get more information about the business
                    Step 5: Get them to a local event or training event
                    Step 6: Get one of the flat tire buddies started and go back to step one(Typically this should happen within 24 -48 hours of the new rep getting started)
                    Step 7: Complete the two personal business receptions for the new representative
                    Step 8: Repeat Step 1

                    Leverage tap rooting and you will not only build a team fast, but you will also never run out of contacts to grow your business.

                      Murder your television now. It is stealing at least $12,000 a year from you

                      July 30, 2013 in Mindset

                        “I asked a guy one time what his TV cost him. He said ‘About $450 dollars.’ I said ‘You forgot to look at the real price tag.’ He said ‘What do you mean?’ I said ‘That TV costs you, in my opinion, about $12,000 dollars a year. To watch it, not to own it. Owning it is cheap, watching it is what’s expensive and $12,000 a year is too expensive to watch TV.” -Jim Rohn

                        This excerpt from a Jim Rohn speech is very true. In this day and age we have Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Pinterest, ondemand television, Netflix, video games, baseball games, reality television, and so much more to distract us. Your television, computer and phone are robbing you of your income, not only now, but future income also. Everything has an opportunity cost. The time you spend being distracted by all these devices is time that is taken away from devising plans for a successful future.  Are you really willing to sacrifice your future to stay up to date on entertainment that won’t change your life one bit? The answer should be a resounding NO.  The time you usually spend on entertainment should be spent on setting up goals, putting together your strategy for reaching those goals, and then taking enough action to actually achieve them. The choice is yours, but my advice to you is murder the television, murder the phone, and any other distraction that will stop you from reaching your goals and living your life to its fullest potential.