What if she took the top 1 % of performers in the world, the self-made millionaires billionaires and looked at what they all had in common over those seven traits B. We'Re going to unpack that in this video? What'S up guys, I'm Clarke full disclosure, not a billionaire, not even a millionaire, but using these seven methods, I'm on track to be won by the age of 30 mindset number one millionaires and billionaires think big so many times we let our past determine our future. We say I can't have X, I can't have a million dollars. I can't be on the path to a billion dollars, because here's all the reasons in my past and ways I failed that are preventing me from getting there. We let being realistic, stop us and hold us back from the life we want from the life we deserve, and that's the mission on this channel is. We are here to stop settling and start living. The first step to doing that is this practice. A concept called zero based thinking. This comes from Brian Tracy,
If you could start over today, you could scrap everything in your past. How would you act? How would you behave? What are the habits you would instill? Would you hang out with? Would you be in the same business you're in right now? Would you be doing the same things you're doing every single day? Would you be living in the same environment? Would you be dating that person? Would you be spending money on what you're spending it on there's No right or wrong here you answered no to any of those
No, I would change something then get moving and change it. Steve Jobs said it best and he says: look around you everything around you changes when you realize it was built by people who are no smarter than you everything around. You is built by people who are no smarter than you, and I allow yourself to dream to think big and that's how you get the results. That'S how you break task, limiting beliefs, practice your based thinking and just go for it. Alright. Now that we've fought big enough, let's talk now about the nitty gritties on how to get rich
Okay, there's two ways I like to think about this: Derek Halpern likes to tell the story about a locksmith. Now this guy starts out and he goes around the clients, His house and unlocks their locks that are stuck first. It takes him two and a half hours he's sitting there fiddling with the lock struggling. He can't get it open and then finally BOOM it opens that'll, be two hundred and fifty dollars. Well, what happens over time? This locksmith gets better and better his job pretty soon. The first taking him an hour 30 minutes and then eventually he can get that lock open in just 10 minutes, that'll be $ 250. What he noticed is when he charged people $ 250 for the two hours. They would happily pay it, but, as this locksmith started getting better and better at his job, the time went less and less and he charged the same amount. His client started throwing a fit
What do you mean $ 250? I saw you open that lock, with the click of a button in ten minutes, but with the locksmith understood, is that he wasn't compensated for his time two and a half hours. It took him to open the lock. What the customer didn't understand that the locksmith is compensated for the value you and I need to adopt that mindset of being compensated for the value the results we give to a company to an organization to ourselves in our business to others. Instead of the amount of time we put in so to summarize, ditch the time for hours, mindset and start thinking of the value for dollars mindset. The second way on this point number three increase the size of those you serve Jim Rohn, legendary motivational,
Speaker said the more I serve the more I earn. I know a trainer at the gym. I go to good friends of him. This man works himself sick. He works 12-hour days, probably five days a week. Trains 50 to 60 clients every single week is very open. With me, he makes about Atka year. What'S wrong with this? Is that he's tapped out he's pushed himself to the max ATK? Is the most amount he will make now what would happen if he took one or two days off and he instead of 80k for 50 60 clients he trained 40 or 30 clients and brought in 40k a year? But in those two days he focused on serving the masses. In other words, he got out of that 50 to 60 people with all I can serve and he put it into creating videos on YouTube. He put it into growing an email, as he put it into marketing himself as a trainer online going after the masses of people pretty soon over time might not be instantly.
He would eventually make that difference of that 40k a year, because once you know how to make 40k it's easier to scale that up to 400. Okay, if he took one or two days and focused on how do I serve the masses? How can I scale what I'm doing? Can i film these workouts and post them online? Can I attract people to me by giving away free information and then eventually release products to them and pretty soon over time, you're making that difference of that 40k by now working three days a week, instead of five mindsets of self-made millionaires and billionaires number four communicate. I love the quote. Tony Robbins has he says the quality of your life is the quality of your communication. This really comes down to two areas. How well you communicate with yourself what we talked about on this channel right, our internal self-talk, the dialogue, we're telling ourselves the zero based thinking, but also how well you communicate with others. Look at self-made millionaires and billionaires. Look at Steve Jobs. Look at Oprah! Look at Tony Robbins look at Bill Gates. What do they have in common? They have a method of speaking the people that connect Warren Buffett.
One of the richest men of all time said that taking Dale Carnegie's public speaking course was one of the best investments he's ever made in themselves. Let'S end this on a quote from Tim Ferriss Out of the 4-hour workweek says that a person's success or failure in life comes down to the amount of uncomfortable conversations he or she is willing to have communicating, means speaking well to others connecting with others, but also Being okay, Having the tough conversations that puts you forward, mindset number five decide commit achieve. We got to go after our goals. Go after success with laser targeted, focus, almost an obsession, and then it will happen. Point in case Bill Gates said he didn't. Leave the cubicle for ten years, Ten years before, he eventually became a success, one of the richest man of all time now, but when he follow stories about Bill Gates, what do you see? You see him speaking on stage
You see him revealing products, you see him talking with people, you don't see him hunched over in a cubicle for those ten years he was grinding it out and killing himself just to become successful. Bill Gates, didn't try 50 things and then stumble across one that worked. He went after one with laser targeted focus, one of my biggest lessons of 2016, just looking at it in my journal, it said I'll I used to think I'll, try things until something successful now I think I'll commit and stick at something until it's successful this image Right here really illustrates the point we don't know, sometimes how close or far away successes what, if you quit ten feet before the finish line, all your results are lost. Everything you worked for is gone. Success comes to those who have that laser targeted focused go after what they want and are ruthless with getting it success. Mindset of the self-made number six speed is King was watching a video actually on the same topic. I think his value tainment was the guy Patrick. He does great videos, you should check him out. He said that one of the best things entrepreneurs do because they adopt this mindset that I can create faster than anyone can copy.
I love that right. There don't worry about what everyone else is doing worry about Speed and creating your product, your art, and putting it out there to the world billionaire Mark Cuban from Shark Tank owns the Dallas Mavericks. I love what he said on one episode. He said that I believe perfection is the enemy of profitability. I wrote that down because that resonates, if you and I are so focused on becoming perfectionist on making everything we put out into this world absolutely perfect, how are we going to get anywhere? You need speed. You need that execution. You need mass amounts, Remember what we talked about with serving the masses of massive value. Massive value doesn't come from putting out one or two perfect things. They may be thinking Clark. Why don't want to put out good when perfect is what Apple products are perfect is what you know:
Those best-selling books are perfect is what fill in the blank is. I agree with you. Here'S why you want to do good, because that's your MVP, your minimal, Viable Product, the iPhone, went through how many generations are around now seven before it became better and better and better and better, but it started with the iPhone one. If you brought out the ice on the day, you'd look at it and say this is a you know:
This is a hunk of metal. What is this thing doing? You'D find all these flaws with it, but at the time it was so cutting edge. People flock to it and then they kept making it better and better and better that was their MVP, there's always stuff to improve. On with you, focus on put your art into the world, focus on starting things become faster at getting it out. There create faster than anyone can copy. That'S how you get ahead with business. Success mindset number seven, the last one model, the Masters again going back to a Jim Rohn quote. Success leaves Clues one true them, that's very spot-on is you are who you hang around birds? The feather flock together, if you look at your five people, you hang around most your the average of them, so you got to seek out people
It'S why it's important to think out people who are ahead of you and average yourself up instead of hanging around what's comfortable or even what feels good subconsciously. You know if you hang around people who are doing worse than you. You get an ego boost from them, because you're the successful one you shouldn't feel like that, amongst your friends find five people find communities like this. One find people online now we're globally connected and average yourself up into the top five people.
You hang around most seek out mentors, seek out, coaches seek out people who have been there that you can learn from and shorten the learning curve there you go. Those are the seven mindsets of self-made millionaires and billionaires. My name is Clark, love it. If you subscribe to this channel, if you like this video, please give it a big thumbs up in the comments down below post your success mindset the thing that we left out in this video that you would like to add last Thing: if you're looking to start A business if you're looking to just create things around what you're passionate about. I posted an e-book on the Kindle Store, called the YouTube success formula now. This is how you can use video
This is how you can use online media to really get into business, because one of the best times to do so, it's growing 50 percent year after year. You want to get in this now, and this is just a short little. I think $ 3 ebook that when you buy you'll get access to three additional bonuses that are exclusive, that I use with coaching clients and seven-figure businesses. I do consulting with thank you so much for watching this video. Please share it with anyone. You want to inspire and until next time stop settling start living see you guys