Imagine a young boy living in Queens whose parents divorced when he was 10. And think about what it would be like to basically become the “man” of the house because his father disappeared. Not exactly the kind of environment you’d expect to find a fashion mogul. Right?
But this guy probably wouldn’t call himself a fashion mogul anyway.
And it was 10 years later when the young man took to the streets of his hometown in Queens with some interesting apparel. He had a bunch of handmade beanies with tie-tops. (Hey I don’t understand fashion trends like that either, but there it was.) And this was in addition to working a full time job at Red Lobster.
Hmm…lobsters and beanies. There’s a different entrepreneurial twist for you.
And he sold over $800 worth of those beanies by the end of that day. And I bet you can guess how that affected his dreams of being a successful entrepreneur. Yeah, he was hooked.
I won’t go into more details. Except to tell you the guy I’m talking about is Daymond John. If you’ve ever heard of FUBU clothes, well, he’s the guy who built that multimillion dollar business. And then he became one of the sharks on Shark Tank. So, he knows a thing or two about pursuing dreams.
Very few people actually follow through with action to make their dreams come true. Because, at the beginning, it feels like anything is possible. Especially when you have such an amazing new idea. But then, reality sets in when you realize you don’t know the first thing about how to set it all up. And that part’s hard. Not glamourous.
I’ve talked, before, about how much of the world can’t pursue their creativity. And all the people who will possibly never know what it’s like to build a business and make money based on a dream.
In America, we take it for granted that we can do those things if we truly want to.
Sure, that comes from living in a country where you still have enough freedom to try. But it mostly comes from the follow through. And that’s true whether you wanna be a fashion mogul or own a fat tire bike shop.
And the key ingredient to being able to follow through, well, is System Thinking. Because when you think and work inside a proven system, you discover and build the steps you need to take to make things happen. Plus, you have tools to help you write it down, track and measure performance, and automate and delegate.
And the best time to start setting it all up is when you’re just starting out in the business world. Or maybe even when you’re still in school. Because that’s when you’re fresh and full of ideas. So, I created a course, focused on System Thinking, to help that kind of young person.
And it’s a proven System with over 20 years of proof behind it. Just so you know, I’m gonna offer it at a substantial discount only to those who get my daily emails. But that’ll only be for the first few days when I launch and release it.
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