Back in 2009, I was part of an affiliate program (not MOBE) for a company based out of Australia. This company had 3 main products priced at $1,755, $9,000, and $15,000.
I’d never seen an affiliate program like this before, and it intrigued me.
I ended up investing my entire life savings into it (and whatever I could borrow from friends and family). I didn’t think, “I’ll see how it goes, and if it doesn’t work out, then that’s OK because I’ll have a safety net.”
My mentality was “I’m going to make this work, no matter what.”
So, I started going to weekly meetings with other affiliates in this company. We originally met at a national seminar in Sydney, and all of us were brand-new.
Every week, we’d meet at the Balmoral Pub, a local bar, where we’d get lunch and have a few drinks. We were all very excited about the potential of our businesses, and how much money we were going to make. But as time passed, fewer people began to show up each week. Soon, it was down to just 3 or 4 of us. And finally, it was down to two including myself. Everyone else had given up or “put the program on hold until later.”
After what ended up being our final meeting, I got into an argument with the other last standing member about how to approach business. She soon quit, and I assumed I’d never see her again.
Well, six years later I got a bit of a shock.
Not only did I see her, but it was in the most unlikely of places—on a beach at night in Phuket, Thailand! It was at the welcome dinner for one my big international training conferences for my company MOBE, and she was attending as a guest of one my affiliates.
I asked her what she had been doing, and she told me she had gone back to her regular job.
I’m not judging her for that, but we both started out in the exact same place with the same resources and opportunities.
Fast forward 10 years and:
- I run an international training company (MOBE) that’s generated over $115 million
- She is back at her old job
We were both brand-new to business when we started and had similar backgrounds, knowledge, and IQs. But we got vastly different results.
Because of MINDSET.
I had a Success Mindset and she didn’t.
You must go into business KNOWING you’re going to succeed, and have that knowledge permeate everything you do (how you spend your time, how you make decisions, who you hang out with, etc.). If you don’t have this mindset, then you will be derailed at the first few inevitable challenges like most people do.
This journey will not be easy, but it will be rewarding.
You will grow as a person, and you will generate enough income to live life by your own rules. You will build a strong business, scale it, and eventually sell it and be set up financially for the rest of your life. But initially, your focus will be on Stage 1: Building a Strong Mental Foundation.
And the Silver Masterclass will give you the tools to do that.
There is a better way