My personal plan is to have a whole collection of muscle cars
"Ask for money, get advice
Ask for advice, get money twice
Time is money
Only difference is I own it
Now let's stop time and enjoy this moment"
- Pitbull, Feel this Moment
I don't want to choose between my children, so I will just take one of each. You have to work hard no matter what, so why set your goals low? I find that when I set my goals 10x higher than my peers, I don't care how hard it is or how long it takes, because the reward is there. That alone changes everything. You need goals so big, they scare small minds. You start looking for strategies and tactics with greater effect. I have been doing next to impossible things my entire life. I really don't know where the limit is, but I know I have never found it. I don't think it exists. I think it is all in your head. I think the biggest thing limiting you is your own beliefs. Push yourself to the limits, and you will discover that you are limitless. The opposite of success is not failure. It is quitting. You either win, or you learn. You never lose.
My mentor retired at age 29, and I can show you exactly how he did it. Very few people in this world have both time and money, and it is completely stress-free. With all of us together, we can fill a 20,000 seat stadium with screaming entrepreneurs who all have impeccable character and leadership potential. Everything I know, I learned from people that had done it before or thinking about my own goals. It is very simple. The people that know the most make the most. The difference between successful people and those that aren’t is that successful people set aside some time and make long term investments. They don't wait for a break. They get busy doing whatever they can.
"Don't you tell me what you think that I can be
I'm the one at the sail, I'm the master of my sea."
- Imagine Dragons, Believer
If you follow conventional wisdom, you will get conventional results. You need uncommon wisdom to get uncommon results. Conventional wisdom is all about avoiding risk. However, you have to push your limits in order to grow. People are brilliant at getting what they need. They all figure out how to survive. But, they are terrible at getting what they want. They stop because they are tired, and they don't want it badly enough. Life does not give you what you want. It gives you what you deserve. It is not about willpower. It is about whypower. That is what gives you the persistence to stick with it. When you deeply understand why you want something, you can put up with any how. It basically comes down to how bad you want it. If you don't keep your mind busy with future goals, then it will waste the time worrying about the past, what other people think, and things that will never happen. I made a list of everything I wanted 8 years ago, and I thought long and hard about why I wanted them. At the time, they all felt next to impossible. I remember 11 things on that list, and I now have 9. They were always in the back of my head. I would see opportunities and make decisions over the years that got me closer to my objectives.
This opportunity is one of them. I have found no better way to build a business, and it is one that I am comfortable teaching to other people. I am comfortable teaching it, because of the combination of how low the risk is and how big the opportunity is. You can stay at home or retire on the residual income stream. You can also see results quickly. We are partnered with multiple Fortune 500 companies.
"Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can." - Paul Tournier
This is just a small sample of the mentorship we have in store for your. We talk about that first, because it is the most important component. I know you want to jump to how, but why is much more important than how. You will have someone who knows what they are doing to talk to. It is critical that you understand the strategy that we employ before we get into the nuts and bolts of how it all works, so we will cover that first. It will take multiple conversations for us to evaluate each other and establish the trust that is necessary for mentorship, so be patient. There will be a boatload of content both now and later. It is 90% learning and 10% execution. We know how to teach entrepreneurship, something that a business school professor once swore to me was impossible. Their problem is they never did it themselves, and they didn't have this system to accelerate the learning curve and take out the risk.
"It's my life
It's now or never
I ain't gonna live forever
I just want to live while I'm alive
(It's my life)"
- Bon Jovi, It's My Life
Vesh Thakker, PhD, MBA
I am not quite a rocket scientist, but I have spent over 15 years working on satellites. I spent most of the last 20 years at a top 5 engineering university and a top 5 aerospace company. I learned a lot by surrounding myself with the best. This time, I have found someone that really has what I want. My mentor has everything I want, especially the time.
One of the things I learned as an entrepreneur is that you have find people that have already done what you want to do, and learn as much as possible from them. It is pretty simple really. The people that know the most earn the most. Learning is exponential. The more you know, the more you get out of the next piece of information. All I have ever cared about was learning as much as possible as fast as possible, as you can see from my four college degrees. However, the stuff I learned outside of college was far more valuable.
I turned 40 a couple years ago, and I realized that my life was about half over. I have been thinking about what I want to do different with the second half. I still want to learn, but I also want to share it and see if I can help other people. It is fun to mentor hungry ambitious entrepreneurs, if they have the right qualities. Will you listen to people who already have what you want, or will you listen to people who have settled for average? Will you be a lion roaring at the top of the mountain alone and proud, or will you be a sheeple always worrying about what others think? The harder and smarter I work, the luckier I get. No one can stop the person who is willing to do whatever it takes.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Systems, Hardware, & Software Engineering
Owner, MuscleCarFan.com - Strategy, Digital Marketing, Finance, Management