31 May S02:E09: Learning from the Best with Greg Reid from Millionaire Mentor, Inc.
Everyone wants to know how to achieve success, but not many people actively seek out those who have obtained it. Greg Reid, author of over 50 books including the Think and Grow Rich series, makes his living doing just that. He is also the creator of Secret Knock, an exclusive event that brings together top achievers to share their wisdom. Greg’s life mission is to help others succeed and find their purpose in the world. Now, Scott and Alan have a chance to sit down at Barney’s Beanery in West Hollywood, California to find out what Greg has learned after all his years talking with amazing people. Maybe he can help them make their dreams come true, too!
Around mouthfuls of Barney’s Ultimate Burger and Chili Cheese Fries, Greg tells the guys about stickability, the power to persevere and keep your eye on the prize. It’s essential to have stickability, but also a measure of flexibility when going after your heart’s desire. You never know when an unexpected opportunity will rise up and take you farther than you’ve ever dreamt.
Besides stickability, it’s important to have the wisdom to know when it’s time to let go. Sometimes the things people think are keeping them safe are the very things holding them back and putting them in danger. Few people grab at opportunities when they arise, but even fewer let go of things that no longer serve them well. Even with all of this knowledge, the best thing you can do for yourself is seek out mentorship. Surrounding yourself with people who are getting the results you want will in turn help you get those results, too.
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/XgxD5dFEgtQ
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On the menu:
- Barney’s Beanery
- Ultimate Burger & Chili Cheese Fries
Tasty quote to chew on:
“Sometimes you have to have the courage to let go so you can live to fight another day.”
Food for thought:
- Sometimes you have to have the courage to let go so you can live to fight another day.
- Look for and capitalize on unexpected opportunity. Know what you want and have the flexibility to make it happen.
- Surround yourself with the people who are getting the results you want and learn from them.