Here in my garage… The more you learn, the more you earn. It’s all about KNOWLEDGE! Bill Gates & Warren Buffet both agreed that if they could have one super power they would be the world’s fastest readers. Books and Mentors have made all the difference in my life. They taught me 67 Steps to go from broke and sleeping on a couch to doing bigger things.
Larry King is one of the most influential people in American pop-culture. King has interviewed everyone from the likes of The Dalai Lama and Oprah to Chris Brown and Kim Kardashian. On his way to becoming one of the most prominent interviewers in the world, Larry King was helped by mentor named Jackie Gleason. Gleason gave King some advice that he still remembers today, “You understand the whole secret of this business, which is, there’s no secrets.” If you combine the lessons King has learned on his journey to prominence, with the thing’s he has learned from world leaders, it makes for one hell of an interview.
This is a good lesson. As an entrepreneur, there are times when people you help out take you for granted and they take advantage of you. There’s different ways to react to this kind of situation that I talk about in this video. And based on science, I’ve come up with a few tactical tips to prevent being taken advantage of in the first place.
I want to know how I can help you. Really. How can I help you?
Look, I’ve been an entrepreneur since I was 19 years old. I’ve been a part of multiple businesses that are in the 7-8 figure range, I’ve helped other businesses as a consultant, and most importantly, I’ve learned from some of the most successful people out there.
As someone who is an entrepreneur, I’ll tell you that I was extremely picky about who I turned to for advice and information. If I didn’t have someone I could turn to, I went and found someone who was reputable and asked them questions.
What I want to do is help those of you get to the next level.
My mentor, Allan Nation, used to tell me, “Don’t try to teach a pig how to fly. You can’t do it and it bothers the pig.”
When someone has already made up their mind and doesn’t want to listen, save your breath.
Instead of wasting all that energy and glucose trying to convince everybody that doesn’t agree with you, what if you take that energy and double down on fixing a little area in your own life?