A man was taking it easy, lying on the grass and looking up at the clouds. He was identifying shapes when he decided to talk to God. “God,” he said, “how long is a million years?”
God answered, “In my frame of reference, it’s about a minute.”
The man thought for a moment and then asked, “God, how much is a million dollars?”
God answered, “Well to ME, it’s just a penny.”
With this, the man thought a moment longer. Finally he asked, “God, can I have a penny?”
God answered, “In a minute.”
If that doesn’t perfectly illustrate success in business I don’t know what does.
Some days you’re scraping together pennies and other days you feel like giving up… welcome to the club. You’re not alone my friend, I’ve been there.
To accomplish your goals, whether it’s making a million dollars or simply building a recognizable brand in your community it takes patience and persistence. Massive amounts of persistence.
What if I told you there’s an express lane or fast-track you can put yourself in to accelerate your results. Better yet, I’ll let best-selling author and speaker Lee Caraher tell you about it.
She and I agree on one very BIG thing– Most business books SUCK.
Why? Because, to quote Lee:
“They’re written from a 3rd-person point of view, not from actual experience in making sh*t happen. Theories that authors pontificate about without any direct knowledge or experience in actually putting them to work.”
With that in mind, I set out to write the anti-business book business book. (1st person– actual experience, no pontificating – no theoretical B.S.)
And after reading Stadium Status, Lee reached out to interview me on her podcast and tell me what she thought of it. Here’s her unfiltered take:
“It’s a super practical, tell-you-how-I-did-it-so-can-you, leadership and business achievement book. Buy it, read it, apply it and you’ll be on your way to reaching your goals – the ones that you don’t tell anyone because they are too big to be believable.”
You got big @$$ goals you don’t tell anyone about? I got your backside covered to go after them like a stray dog chasing a meat truck…