Walter Isaacson, author of the authorized biography of Steve Jobs, recorded these thoughts from his subject, “It was absurd, he added, that American classrooms were still based on teachers standing at a board and using textbooks. All books, learning materials, and assessments should be digital and interactive, tailored to each student and providing feedback in real time.”
Steve was right. Those kinds of archaic teaching methods are absurd. Welcome to the business school Steve Jobs would have been proud of.
If you invest the time needed to read this book and implement the strategies found within these pages, I GUARANTEE that you will become successful financially and you will create massive quantities of time freedom. When you choose to use the proven strategies, systems, tools, workshops, training videos and templates found within this book, you will achieve much more, much quicker than if you were out there alone trying to learn through the process of trial and error.
You Can Either Learn from Mentors or Mistakes
If you do not choose to implement the systems found within this book, you have the option of spending 20 years learning these SUCCESS SYSTEMS through other means. You could exhaustively read and apply the actionable items found within the informative pages of the Harvard Business Review, as I did. You could invest thousands of hours of time reading the autobiographies of the world’s most successful people, as I have done. You could go back to school and earn your master’s degree while being taught by professors who are too scared of the world of business to actually leave the campus to attempt to apply what they are teaching. You could even invest years and countless hours attempting to contact the world’s most successful people to convince them to become your business mentor, as I did. You could drag yourself and your family to expensive mindset-changing and upsell focused seminars, as I did. My friend, you could even sprint through the minefield of business as a highly motivated idiot just as I once did while trying to convince my wife that I was learning through trial and error.
The choice is yours – learn from me or learn from your mistakes. Now, who’s with me?
Founder of Thrive15.com
Former US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year