When I was younger, I used to always ask successful people: “Have any advice?” I thought it was a good question. I was looking for something I could learn, from some who knew it. Looking back, this is a terrible question. Learn from my mistake. It’s like asking: “What’s Europe like?” Do you mean the food,
Learning from successful people is such a major short-cut to success in anything you want. A big mistake most people make when trying become more successful is that they’ll ask advice from people who aren’t getting the right results. Let’s pretend you’re making $60K per year right now, and you want to be earning 500k. Most
One of the tough things I’ve learned was that principles to doing big things, or being successful don’t have to be confusing. I thought doing big things in life had to be complex or difficult-to-understand, because so few people do big things. Wrong. Here’s something simple to get what you want in life. It’s called modeling.
In 2014, a man from Singapore paid $2.17 million dollars to have lunch with Warren Buffet. For maybe 2 hours being able to speak with him. $1,085,000 dollars per hour. I will bet you $10,000 that he only did that to ask Warren Buffet questions. Like Tony Robbins says, the quality of the question is more important