I met with my sponsor (the young guy from the steam room) at a coffee shop.
He asked me if I was process oriented or outcome focused. Was I willing to do whatever it took to be successful?
Of course I was outcome focused.
There would be a vetting process. Most people didn’t get through it.
He gave me a book to read: “The Business of the 21st Century” by Robert Kiyosaki.
It was pretty short. I finished it in a few days.
We met at the coffee shop again and discussed it.
He had me go with him to a different kind of meeting. A “Board Plan.” His mentor’s mentor, a “Cash Flow, Debt-Free Millionaire,” would be speaking.
“Mr. Millionaire” told the crowd how broke he and Mrs. Millionaire had been. The duplex they had lived in, where there had been a fire. The owner had slapped paneling over the charred walls. It smelled like a hot dog roast, all year around. The cars constantly in need of repairs. The meager food they had to live on.
“Mr. Millionaire” had gotten two degrees: one in History (which apparently qualified him to operate a broom, job-wise), and one in Nursing.
He was the first male nurse at the Salt Lake City/County Health Department. A dubious distinction. He gave kids shots all day.
He hated his life.
Then he and his wife met some millionaires. Millionaires just looking for people to mentor.
Of course, he and the wife begged to be mentored by them.
Now they were millionaires. They made thousands upon thousands of dollars every month in passive income.
Wouldn’t you love the chance to have their life?
He emphasized that none of us would get rich quick.
Most people wouldn’t get through the qualification process. Only 2 out of 10 would make it.
It would be a lot of hard work up front, but it was possible.
You could have the life of your dreams.