Recently someone said I was mean.
It was because of something I said during a live stream interview last week. Specifically where I said most people we’re thrashing about online blindly copying their competitors or drinking deeply from the well of the latest ra-ra guru and should not be in business.
Why would I say this?
Is it because I’m some kind of elitist?
No, it’s just an observable fact.
Roughly 98% of people are not cut out to be in business.
They don’t think for themselves. Won’t make a move without validation and just can’t be bothered to put the necessary effort in for sustainable, long term success.
BTW, not saying their incapable of succeeding. Succeeding in business doesn’t automatically mean your succeeding in life.
Just they won’t do whats necessary.
Most people are really better off living their lives in ‘safety’ – taking orders and reporting to their superiors.
Being skilled isn’t enough.
Working hard isn’t enough.
There’s a certain mindset at play.
Where the best business people are not afraid to be themselves .
Break a few rules.
And do whatever is necessary to get the job done (while being ethical of course)
This is why my programs have been such a blessing for me and my members. One of the ‘unadvertised’ bonuses is you get to hang out with other ‘for real’ business owners in the private community.
Kick around solutions to business problems.
Get expert help implementing.
and celebrate the wins.
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