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Don't Be An Average Joe!

You don’t have to know everything; you just need to know where to acquire it. Surrounding yourself and acquiring great talent and mentors is the quickest way to take yourself and loved ones from the middle or lower class into the stratosphere. When you don’t have to spend years acquiring skills, you just know where to find it.

You must have accurate information from dependable sources of highly specialized knowledge. You must learn the precise details, shortcuts and strategies of very successful people. Only someone who knows how to make lots of money. Only someone who knows how to make a lot of money can show you how to make a lot of money. Everyone else is full of crap.

Nothing is impossible to the man who doesn’t have to do it all himself. The point is, if you want to get somewhere, it’s best to find someone who has already been there. Don’t just use all the brains you have; use all the ones you can borrow. By using a vast array of MENTORS and EXPERTS who can help you, it’s not necessary to be an expert at anything!

The price of being financially free is the education it takes to get it and the time it takes to acquire the best mentors.

You don’t need a fortune to make a fortune, instead of saying “I can’t afford it” ask yourself “How can I afford it”–it focuses your mind to think of solutions.

You don’t want a business as large as possible, you want a business that bothers you the least, so you can sleep at night and wake up each morning with a life of possibilities. Determine success based on the number of nights you spend with your family, being able to attend all your kids’ personal functions, taking trips regularly. Many people chased their dreams having lost their families. Too many children have grown up with an absentee father.

The truth is the vast majority of people did not choose their own careers. Either they stumbled into it or they were pushed. This is not the way to wealth. For starters, the salary begins to have an attraction and addictiveness all of its own.

A regular paycheck and crack cocaine have that in common. And working for others can blunt your desire to take risks. Most people don’t even want to be rich; they just don’t want to be poor.

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