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 than whatever the answer is.

What if, instead of 2 hours, you got 10 months of his time? Not just asking him what you think is important, but what he thinks is important.

Remember, he knows the questions you don’t even think to ask.

What if you could have him spend those 10 months thinking and refining his ideas, polishing exactly what and how he wants to explain it, and then he delivered them to you in the right order, that you can bring back anytime you want and carry with you anywhere you go?

Warren Buffet: The Business of Life

What if you could get all of that for $4.27?

Who would ever pass up that opportunity?

What if you could do it with Sam Walton, founder of Walmart, who earned $150 billion dollars in his life?

What if you could do it with someone who died thousands of years ago and didn’t speak your language?

For the price of about a crappy hamburger, you can get a billionaire’s advice delivered straight to your door.

Don’t have four dollars?

Welcome to libraries, they  still exist!

Not interested in the advice of a billionaire, but want to get in shape?

Have better relationships?

There are over 5,000,000 books on Amazon right now, and most of them aren’t great or even good.

But I’d be there’s ONE that would help out with some problem you have.

It isn’t as instantly satisfying as a new episode of “Attractive Doctors Have Relationship Problems”.

That’s the good thing: because it isn’t, most people just don’t do it.

Take the advantage that your competition is giving you: their ignorance.

Do you know why there aren’t Lamborghini commercials on TV?

Because people who can buy Lamborghinis don’t watch TV.

Until next time,