Not everyone is meant to be an entrepreneur.
Not everyone is meant to risk everything they have in service to others.
Not everyone will devote what it takes, and that’s perfectly fine. No judgment.
But for me, I decided I was all in.
About a year ago, I was a month in to this guy’s program (pictured here from a mastermind we both attended today), using many of his tactics and strategies to get launched into having my own business.
I was doing well. Enough to pay most of my bills, however, not enough to pay all of the bills, including the second payment for his coaching program.
I remember the moment well.
There was a choice in front of me. I thought about my options for making the payment.
I could go further into debt, but I had no room on my credit cards.
I already owed a bunch of people money. I couldn’t borrow more.
There was nothing left in my bank account after paying rent.
The only asset I had left was my car, and in that moment I knew I had a choice.
I could either keep what is the ILLUSION of freedom.
which is my car.
or I could create what is true freedom
By investing in my mindset, so in the future…
I could create income on demand.
The only way I could do this.
Was to give up this illusion once and for all.
Can you guess what I did?
I sold my car, to pay this coach.
Why did I do this?
After going through sales processes with hundreds of people by now,
it’s interesting to hear why some say
they can’t afford to change their life.
I’ve heard it all. I don’t have the money for xyz,
I don’t have it because blah blah blah.
I don’t believe it anymore
The truth is, people have money for whatever they decide to have money for.
If you had no money but your best friend or child needed $100k to live by 24 hours from now,
you’d find a way to make it happen.
No questions asked. You’d find a way.
So when someone says they don’t have the money, what they are really saying is “the transformation isn’t worth it.”
It isn’t worth it for me to have that incredible confidence raising body
It isn’t worth it to have the thriving business of my dreams
it isn’t worth it to be doing what I love and make the impact I’m destined to make.
“The transformation isn’t worth it,” they’re saying.
And honestly, there’s no judgment. There’s no right or wrong for you.
But let’s just be honest with ourselves.
Most people aren’t meant to be successful entrepreneurs.
However the greatest rewards come to the few because only the few will do what’s required.
I sold my car because the transformation was worth it for me. I made a promise to AJ to pay for his program and beyond that I still needed his help at that stage to get to the next level.
I tripled my income the month after I sold my car.
In fact, I still haven’t bought one nearly a year later. Uber works just fine.
And now I help clients similar to where I was when I started with him.
Coaches who want to create a online high ticket business around their gifts and passion. Coaches who are highly committed and driven to succeed.
I was willing to do what it takes. I put myself on the line.
I knew if I put myself into a state where I had to make it happen, I would. I did.
Now I want to ask you, do you have what it takes?
Are you going to do what it takes, and make no excuses ever again?
If you say yes, I acknowledge you.
I’d like to support you.
If you are on a mission (as a coach) to serve others in the world…
Comment below and say “yeah baby,”
This is my passion, to serve those who are committed to transforming the world in a huge way. To empower them to create a lifestyle and business around helping others WIN IN LIFE.
After all, this is what coaching is for.
Helping others create exactly what they want.
And thanks to the handsome guy in the picture for giving me the first chance to help make a difference for others. Everyone needs a first mentor, and you were that for me.
#becausegainz #wealthycoachacademy ❤️ 💪🏻