We all think we know, until we find out the hard way, we don’t know anything. I’m just as hard-headed as any of you. Once I get my mind-set on something, I put 100% of my focus on it and see it through. These days though, before I put my mind to it, I make sure I get 4 or 5 highly trusted opinions on what I should do. I only value the opinions of those who have been there done that. Why would you or anyone else seek out advice from someone who has not done what you do before? Over the last 2 and 1/2 years I have made some seriously stoopid rookie marketing mishaps. I was just like you, I did not have a ton of money to drop on a fancy mastermind group, or some super high-end training course, so I went about it alone and the hard way. And I knocked the piss out of my head about at least 100 times As soon as I hit my first online “lick” I hired a mentor. I hired someone who had been there and done it before and could help me avoid getting into unseen traps (they are everywhere) Getting clarity and direction changed the game for me. I went from not being able to describe what I do in an hour long speech to not caring about what I do and only serving the needs of others. [for a (high) fee of course, that is WELL worth it] So on this week’s show, I thought I would offer some of my personal experiences with BIG ASS MISTAKES and give you some “insider-info” on how NOT to do the dumb shit I did. This is a great show and full of hilarity. I’ve not always been a fella that had his way with good luck. If luck be a lady, I’d be a virgin. No shit.
WARNING: I probably wouldn’t blast this show loudly from your cubicle. The “Ladies down the hall” may hate you for it… Just sayin. Enjoy the show!