You’re going to have a $10,000 sales day.
Bank on it.
I remember when I had my first $10,000 sales day.
Did you think it would be fun?
You bet your ass it was!
Before that day I’d had a few $5000 dollar sales days.
Yeah, those were fun.
But long term, I didn’t get to keep that money.
Because I wasn’t ready to handle it.
When I looked back on what happened. I realized I hadn’t become mature enough, open enough and balanced enough to handle it.
So through some circumstances that sucked at the time (but I’m grateful for now), the money ran away.
And later on, when I learned the things I now taught in HOW TO RECEIVE and MIND INTENSIVE, I did stuff that made money flow into my life.
And I had built enough emotional and spiritual maturity so that this time, I was ready to hang onto it.
Go back to what I said in the beginning…
Most people who work from home are not going to have $10,000 days.
That’s not because they aren’t smart enough.
It’s because they don’t stick around long enough to learn to think like someone who makes that kind of money.
And even if they listen to the audios, watch the videos, go to the seminars, etc., they don’t do the things.
Because they don’t see themselves as that person.
Our MIND FLIP crew is doing the deal.
Their word is law.
And they’re willing to become a $10,000 in a day person.
Want a starting point?
It won’t teach you how to make $10,000 in a day.
It will teach you to become the person who’s ready to accept it.
Then the “how-to’s” will show up all over the place!
P.S.: Just so we understand each other, I’m not talking about $10,000 in gross sales. Not some gig where you get to put ten percent in your pocket.
I’m talking about net. Going to bed that night with $10,000 more to your name than you woke up with that morning.
For some, $10,000 is a great starting point.
For others it’s $1000 or $2000 in a day, but a whole bunch of those days strung together.
It all starts with you.
When you get that, the numbers really don”t matter.
Get in the game. You’ll see what I mean.
Another school shooting with mass casualties, this time in Oregon.
To a certain extent, it took me back to Sandy Hook three years ago. We live in Connecticut, about 45 minutes away from that school. It was close enough to home to have a terrible emotional impact.
The quickest and easiest reaction is to think the world is going to hell, and there’s nothing we can do to stop it.
But that’s not true. Not at all.
It’s not that we have become more violent as a society. If anything, crime as a whole continues to decline.
There are always going to be fringe elements and sick people who respond to tragedies like this by being a copycat.
(Recommended reading on this is “The Tipping Point” by Malcolm Gladwell.)
And if you stop and look at things differently for a minute, it becomes easy to see how good ideas spread so rapidly and do so much good, so quickly.
Think of the Ice Bucket Challenge to help research for A.LS. Or the thousands of worthy people who have had money they need because of the crowd sourcing we can now do online.
There is no way to eliminate violence totally. We’re human beings, and it will likely always be an instinct some of us won’t be able to suppress.
But the quickest and best way to eliminate this kind of violence from being commonplace is to build a wall of love and positive energy and commitment around you and the people you interact with on a daily basis.
Click on a story to learn ONLY what you need to know.
Listen to the radio to get the information you need… and nothing more.
Stop feeding the media beast that thrives on this and radicalizes the vulnerable among us.
Send love and healing to the people affected, and into your own world.
Outrage brings more outrage.
Peace in your immediate world brings peace to the larger world…step by step.
The short answer…
Stop giving yourself reasons to doubt YOU!
Yogi Berra was the master of the malapropism.
I never said most of the things I said.
Slump? I ain’t in no slump. I just ain’t hittin’.
Always go to other people’s funerals. Otherwise they won’t go to yours.
How can you think and hit at the same time?
It ain’t over ’til it’s over.
And of course some of those aren’t true malapropisms. They’ve turned into some of the important American cultural references of the 20th century, not to mention really good wisdom to live by.
Yogi didn’t get to that place without a level of achievement.
10 World Series wins.
15 time all star.
Managed the New York Mets to the 1973 World Series, even though they didn’t win, which is near and dear to my heart.
World War II veteran.
He accomplished all of that.
Then, and only then did he get to be the guy with the cool sayings.
In this day and age of 24 hour social media, there are too many people taking shortcuts. Being micro-heroes without anything to back it up.
It’ll last for a while, until your followers find out there’s no “there” there.
If you want to lead for real, it’s not enough to be just a”personality.”
You have to DO something.
You have to take risks. You have to achieve. You have to lead from a position of authority.
Do the thing, then be the quirky fun personality.
And by the way, the thing doesn’t have to be earth moving.
Start somewhere, take some risks, fail, then succeed, then document it.
Tell a really cool true story that people will want to line up behind.
Someone said to Yogi Berra at a baseball card show that they were there when he hit his first big league home run.
Yogi said, “Yeah, I was there too.”
Everyone starts somewhere. Your move.
What’s your favorite “Yogi-ism?”
How has his example inspired you?
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Even though it’s over, it ain’t over.