There’s a saying has always bothered me. I understand the context, but in all truthfulness, it makes me cringe!
The saying is this:
“Those who can’t do, teach”
That sounds like a recipe for disaster.
How does that even work!?!?
I made a vow a long time ago in my business (more on that in just a minute).
After starting my online business, I realized something really quickly. A LOT of people claimed to be experts. And they have incredible pitches to sell products that help a lot of people make money online.
But, I learned quickly that far too many peope aren’t “do-ers”. And if someone is not a “do-er”, then I honestly don’t want to hear what they have to say.
I was at a Mastermind event, and an incredibly successful entreprenuer, Sam Ovens, was one of the speakers.
When asked about what courses he likes, he had the best response. He said “I don’t buy courses. I look for do-ers. Then I ask if I can pay them to teach me.”
That made the whole event worth it.
Back to the vow.
I vowed that I only want to learn from people who are doing. People who are crushing it. People who are obviously doing something that is working at scale.
And there’s plenty of people out there who are. And when they speak up, it tends to be pure gold.
And when you listen to what these people have to say about life, business, and money, it can accelerate your growth multiple times.
Instead of having to re-invent the wheel and learn everything the hard way, learn from the best. Learn from do-ers.
Right now, there is an incredible offer called Money Revealed. And it’s a collection of in depth interviews from do-ers. People like Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad), David Gardner (The Motley Fool), Mike Dillard (Entrepreneur, Author), Ryan Moran (Capitalism.com), and many more.
There are 9 episodes, with interviews from 20 people all across the spectrum of entrepreneurship.
And every minute is pure gold.
But it’s only available for a few days.
No matter where you are in your journey, learning from do-ers like this is an opportunity that you don’t want to miss.