Heya!- When I was a boy, people said my father pushed me too
But what the heck did they know?
I loved it.
Kids my age were PLAYING.
While I was getting a personalized education at home. It covered
everything from religion, to math, to music, to programming, to creative
If I showed interest in ANYTHING, my dad brought home books
I competed in every contest there was…and won.
Other kids were getting toys for Christmas and being taken
to the mall on weekends.
Me? I was getting textbooks, software, and old broken electronics.
I hung out with my father’s colleagues, professors in fields
of acoustics, linguistics, and engineering. Mark taught me to program in C when
I was 12. Hector taught me to solder electronics to a circuit board.
I spent my vacations pulling all-nighters in the acoustics lab with my dad, writing software for him, running statistical analyses.
When I was 11, I “borrowed” a book on algebra from the
teacher’s cupboard and FORCED my mother to teach it to me.
On school holidays, I had a strict routine of reading 400
pages every day from “The Classics” of Dickens, Shakespear, and the Bronte
sisters. I learned the piano and the violin. And I memorized pages verbatim of
Arabic religious scripture.
I tell ya, my childhood was FUN.
And I WISH more parents were like mine.
But most parents leave the whole responsibility of education
to schools…they don’t wanna push their kids too hard, cause ya know, in case
they screw them up.
And those kids grow up into the FUGKING losers who make up our brain-dead society.
Oh please, don’t blame the school system. It’s not at fault.
It’s the PUSSIFICATION of society that says it’s wrong to push anyone beyond the 50% mark.
Some of those losers even end up in university, and pass just
enough classes to get a degree and land a job.
But eventually, sooner or later, everyone who hated learning
as a kid decides to become an entrepreneur…LOL thinking they’ll GET AWAY from
work and learning.
And they’re the first to tell you how useless school was and
how the education system failed them.
Look, formal education is designed to create 50%’ers. It
gets you to the baseline.
What you do beyond school is on YOU.
So if you pissed your childhood away playing and didn’t
develop a thirst for knowledge, I can guarantee you one thing:
Failing at business is a near certainty.
Sure, lots of school drop outs end up having business
success. But it’s not because they’re DUMB or LAZY.
It’s because they were too quick for the system.
Heck, I was BORED in school…i wasn’t being challenged and I thought
I was wasting my time there.
Entrepreneurship is about self-learning. There’s no
curriculum for it, no set standard way to do it. Because entrepreneurship is NOT
It’s for the people who go BEYOND the 50%.
You’re on your own.
And there’s no security in it.
but the rewards…AMAZING.
It’s not even about money for us…it’s intellectual reward. School learning is like mental masturbation…business-learning is like banging Carmen Electra 😉
The only way to win is to teach yourself every
skill you need.
Like i did…
The way I saw it, the most important skill to have when you
run a web-business is traffic generation.
If you can generate traffic any time you want, you’re freaking
Nothing can get in your way.
Any time you want to grow bigger and make more sales, you
just turn that traffic tap. I did everything necessary to master it.
The second most important skill is communication.
Most people can’t communicate. Their ideas aren’t cohesive.
They can’t think in logical patterns or complete a thought.
But if you learn to communicate, you can sell anything to anyone. The
world is yours. Jobs. Clients. Partnerships. Love. Everything.
When you have these two skills your security is YOU. That’s
it. You don’t need anyone else.
And the fastest way I know to get traffic and sell stuff
online, I teach openly in my Traffic KicKStart Course.
Here’s the link to sign up:
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