In a program on investing, 7 STEPS TO 7 FIGURES, which I have sent to my Wealth Group in the past, its author makes this statement: it’s not the stocks you pick that make you rich, it’s that you choose to invest in stocks.
This premise is correct for long-term, blue chip stock investors. But it contains a much bigger ‘secret.’
In abbreviated form, here it is: it’s not the specific actions you take that make you rich as much as it is that you take a lot of actions.
One day, while doing my private coaching calls for 48 Gold/VIP and Platinum+ members; I was struck by several of my conversations.
Jason Juliano, whose core info-business is in the limousine industry, a very small niche. He has honed his skills there, is making good money there, but has interest in also marketing information to a much bigger target audience.
He is seriously considering real estate investors. Within 60 days of having made that decision, he bought Platinum Member Ron LeGrand’s course, went to Ron’s boot camp, came home, bought his first property, and has two other deals pending.
John Davis (who was heard on the Gold+ coaching call): at one of the VIP meetings, we brainstormed injecting a continuity program into his tree care business. He immediately created it, tested it, has gotten good results.
Robert Miller: as a result of discussion at one of our VIP meetings, he immediately returned home, successfully re-engineered his main business (leasing commercial space) to require less of his time, returned (at our urging) to buying land and doing development deals, bought a parcel, rounded up investors, and has a $600,000.00 project underway.
Robert Skrob went home from the VIP meeting and immediately blocked out time to work on his new info-product for a market he now provides other services to, had the lead gen ads and sales letter ready for our call, will now test his project.
Brian Kaskavalciyan went home, immediately tested two ideas we discussed at the meeting; one has not worked out well but the other, a big winner right out of the gate, now expandable and replicatable. Based on his earliest results, I project it adding at least 1.2-million to his business next 12 months or faster.
I omit others, due to time. Hopefully, the moral of the stories is now obvious.
The other primary topic of conversation was – what NOT to do. With five different people, we finalized decisions about opportunities that should not be pursued by those individuals. Being decisive about what not to do is essential, if you are to be successful at immediately taking action on other things to do.