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“You can either be right or you can be rich.”
“You want to be ‘the guy’ who services ‘this type of person’ or solves ‘this type of problem’. And even more niched ‘I solve this type of problem for this specific type of person in this unique counter-intuitive way' that reverses their deepest fear.”
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“'Because it is hard' is never an acceptable reason to stop.”
“10,000 cold calls will teach you more about sales than any book will.”
“140M people created annually.
You only have time to know a handful.
Eliminate most. Select few.”
“28 ways to guarantee poverty
1. Start tomorrow
2. Read books. Do nothing.
3. Take advice from poor people on how to be rich.
4. Pick a spouse who makes you feel guilty about working.
5. Fail once, quit forever.
6. Think the world is fair.
7. Blame your circumstances.
9. Expect the government to save you.
10. Value the opinion of others over your own.
11. Avoid discomfort.
12. Tolerate mediocrity.
13. Make promises. Break promises.
14. Wait for perfect conditions.
15. Prioritize looking rich over being rich.
16. Avoid working on what matters most.
17. Say you’re going to do something. Don’t do it.
18. Do what everyone else is doing.
19. Do 'your best', not what it takes.
20. Talk more. Do less.
21. Start something new today. Start something new tomorrow. Repeat.
22. Believe what other people think of you, more than what you think of you.
23. Make mistake. Repeat mistake.
24. Be replaceable.
25. Find something that works. Stop doing it.
26. Hire dumb people.
27. Assume you’re always right.
28. Make money. Spend more than what you made.
Want to guarantee success? Do the opposite.”
“90% of sales are your tone.”
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“Act like someone who values their own opinion of self above others’. And eventually you’ll feel that way too.”
“After you die, everyone else just moves on.”
“Anger is a more useful emotion than sadness.”
“Be willing to negotiate everything except your values.”
“Beards are like sunscreen for half your face. You look older, but they keep you looking young.”
“Before taking advice, make sure they already have what you want.”
“Before you start, define your terms.”
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“Beginners overvalue thinking and undervalue doing. Advanced do the opposite.”
“Being the underdog makes you a dangerous competitor.
You have nothing to lose, everything to gain, and no one sees you coming.
Don’t resent it, lean into it.”
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“If you have attention on your problems, your goals aren’t big enough.”
“Best way to get more done: Stop doing shit that doesn’t matter.”
“Cash flow makes you feel wealthier than wealth does.”
“Champions know the difference between laziness and rest.”
“Disrespect is a fuel that burns hot and long. If an enemy is foolish to give it to you, use it.”
“Doing > Reading
Reading solves the problem of not knowing what to do. If you know what to do, you solve the problem by doing, not reading more.”
“Don’t compare your first quarter with someone else’s fourth.”
“During my hardest days, I repeated the same phrase to myself: I cannot lose if I do not quit.”
“Easy way to break into any marketplace with the best offer: Look at what everyone else is doing, and do it in half the time.”
“Epic lives require epic sacrifices. Everything has a price.”
“Everything starts hard, which is why it’s not an acceptable reason to not begin.”
“Failure leads to learning. Learning leads to success. Success leads to complacency. Complacency leads to failure. It's a cycle, not an end point.”
“FOMO is not a good reason to invest in something. In fact, it’s usually the worst.”
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“For happiness, what you think matters more than what other people think. For money, what other people think matters more than what you think.”
“Friendly reminder that in three generations everyone who knew us will be dead.
Including the people whose opinions stopped you from doing what you wanted all along.”
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“Advertising people who ignore research are as dangerous as generals who ignore decodes of enemy signals.”