The Work From Anywhere Podcast

Why 50 Cent Had It Right When He Said Get Rich or Die Trying

October 22, 2019 Season 1 Episode 46
The Work From Anywhere Podcast
Why 50 Cent Had It Right When He Said Get Rich or Die Trying
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The Work From Anywhere Podcast
Why 50 Cent Had It Right When He Said Get Rich or Die Trying
Oct 22, 2019 Season 1 Episode 46
Christian Martin

Today we’re talking about giving two people the same information, the same plan of action, the same strategy, the same execution, and them getting vastly different results. What causes the difference?

It’s a very simple answer: a long-term outlook. People come in, want to start a new business, and they just dip their toe in the water. They tell themselves that they’ll try something for a day and if it doesn’t work, they’ll go try something else. Do you think somebody is going to get extraordinary results with only a few days of effort?

You need to care more about the process than the result. People who only put up with the process because they want to get the result will fail very quickly. They just look at everything as a nuisance and struggle. Contrastingly, people who are all about the process know that the results are a by-product of the process. If you stick to the process, the results take care of themselves.

It’s common knowledge across all industries that you need to stick with something for five years. That five-year mark is when your business will really start to blow up because you’ve stuck with it long enough for mastery.

The big question is are you in this game just to get a result, or have you made a new lifestyle out of it? Stop being one foot in, one foot out. This isn’t going to reward you because you’re not doing anything for anyone. It’s not about the opportunity, it’s about you committing to mastery.

When you start, of course it’s going to be hard. However, you can become the master of your niche relatively quickly compared to other things in life. In five years, you can be making more money than 95% of the world.

Don’t chase the result. Chase the process.

To learn more about building a strong process, visit https://www.digitalnomad.com/podcast

Show Notes

Today we’re talking about giving two people the same information, the same plan of action, the same strategy, the same execution, and them getting vastly different results. What causes the difference?

It’s a very simple answer: a long-term outlook. People come in, want to start a new business, and they just dip their toe in the water. They tell themselves that they’ll try something for a day and if it doesn’t work, they’ll go try something else. Do you think somebody is going to get extraordinary results with only a few days of effort?

You need to care more about the process than the result. People who only put up with the process because they want to get the result will fail very quickly. They just look at everything as a nuisance and struggle. Contrastingly, people who are all about the process know that the results are a by-product of the process. If you stick to the process, the results take care of themselves.

It’s common knowledge across all industries that you need to stick with something for five years. That five-year mark is when your business will really start to blow up because you’ve stuck with it long enough for mastery.

The big question is are you in this game just to get a result, or have you made a new lifestyle out of it? Stop being one foot in, one foot out. This isn’t going to reward you because you’re not doing anything for anyone. It’s not about the opportunity, it’s about you committing to mastery.

When you start, of course it’s going to be hard. However, you can become the master of your niche relatively quickly compared to other things in life. In five years, you can be making more money than 95% of the world.

Don’t chase the result. Chase the process.

To learn more about building a strong process, visit https://www.digitalnomad.com/podcast

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