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“It’s your duty in life to become financially free.”

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“It’s your duty to become strong.”

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“Make decisions with your head not your heart. If you understand how to be rational, it’s your duty to live that way.”

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“Making money has solved virtually every problem in my life don’t let people tell you different.”

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“Men expect their problems in life to be solved so fast. Everything I've ever overcame was a 5 year journey. By the end of it, I didn't even care about the end result... It was more who I became in the process.”

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“Men need to stop giving wedding rings to women with promiscuous pasts. She will always be concerned with where you’re going in life as a man. It’s your right to be concerned with her past.

John, Frank, and Tom all dug her out, and I’m suppose to drop 10k on a rock? No thanks.”

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“Men no longer have masculine roll models and that needs to change.”

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“Men who complain that women only want men with money are typically the ones who are broke.”

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“Money is abundant not scarce. You don’t 'make it'. You take it from others when you have a solution to their problem. That’s business in a nutshell.”

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“Most people are scared to act the way they actually want, in fear of being judged. I encourage you to understand that not acting the way you want makes you a liar, which is far worse.”

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“Motivation is for the weak.”

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“Never make excuses for your failures just own them and say you learned.”

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“Never reveal:

1) your income
2) who you're f*cking
3) your next moves in business”

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“Nothing is more cringe than hearing people refer to their favorite pro sports team with 'we'. Literally vomit. They don’t know you, they don’t care about you, you’re a spectator no matter what you tell yourself.”

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“People always and only do business with those who can serve them best.”

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“Purposely push to levels of wealth that makes people uncomfortable to even think about.”

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“What you work on is far more important than how hard you work.”


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“Since when is it cool to be a little b*tch?”

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“So many guys spam text women. She either likes you or she doesn’t.”

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“Social issues on the news are created to rob you of your focus and keep you distracted.

Unplug.”

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“Switch your mind from 'work perfection' to 'work completed' and watch what happens.

Getting stuff done matters.”

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“Teaching someone how to think is far more important than teaching them what to think.”

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“The biggest bullsh*t question is 'How do I stop self doubt to succeed in business?'

Complete bullsh*t. It doesn’t matter if you believe in yourself. Or if you don’t. When your head hits the pillow at night, you either did the work or you didn’t. How you feel is irrelevant.”

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“The less f*cks you give, the better life becomes.”

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“The less I focused on women the more money I made. The more money I made, made more women want me.

Go figure… Chase success, not women.”

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“The less you try or care, the more results you have.”

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“The men who complain about dating and female nature the most, tend to have the weakest masculinity and finances.”

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“The most attractive thing a woman can bring to a man’s life is virginity. Women are born with value that must be preserved. Men must build their value based on what they create. There’s a difference.”

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“The most dangerous people to go against in business are people who don’t need…
- a social life
- other peoples approval
- down time
- companionship
- love

To win at all costs means doing what it takes”

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“The older I get, the more I realize that the most important thing to personal success and growth is sleep and staying well fueled.”

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“The only leverage you have in life as a man comes down to where you put your attention, and who you commit to. That’s it.”

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“Even before World War II, some parents began to redefine love. But they could usually afford to do that only after their last child was 'married off', as with Tevye and Golde of 'Fiddler on the Roof'.

TEVYE: Golde, do you love me?

GOLDE: Do I love you? For twenty-five years I’ve washed your clothes, cooked your meals, cleaned your house, given you children, milked the cow. After twenty-five years, why talk about love right now?

TEVYE: But my father and my mother said we’d learn to love each other. Do you love me?

GOLDE: For twenty-five years I’ve lived with him, fought with him, starved with him. Twenty-five years my bed is his. If that’s not love, what is?”


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