One weekend a group of future millionaire were gathered in an undisclosed location somewhere in a large city in the US.
This wasn’t like any regular meet up from the Internet where a bunch of guys team up and do some exploring.
No, this was different.
There were people way down in the bottom of the totem pole, desperately wanting to start making money online and to get a decent income, independent of any location, job or employer.
There were people who already had started making money online. Significant money.
And there were millionaires. Decamillionaires.
People with so money, they didn’t even know how to spend it.
Now you might ask yourself - why would a decamillionaire spend his time around ‘ordinary’ people who still were in their day jobs?
The answer was simple - because all of these people had something in common. They shared one single vision: To become the greatest man alive.
Now you might be thinking ‘Well, how’s that possible, there can only be one who’s the best.’
This is where so many people get it wrong. Because they don’t understand that your mental point of origin is the most important thing in the world. It’s the very device by which you live with. If you don’t have faith in yourself, then who else is supposed to have faith in you?
How will you conduct business?
How will you attract more like minded people?
How will you even get girls to like you?
You know the answer to that yourself.
If You Want To Remain At The Bottom - Do It Like Doug
Back to the gentlemen who were gathered.
A lot of them didn’t have much money.
Some were still clinging on to their day jobs, desperately wanting to pull out. Some of them had even gone out of their way to get permission from their bosses to leave for just one single day.
It really was humiliating for some of these gentlemen to be surrounded by such successful people.
Money wasn’t an issue for those who were already rich.
But it hadn’t always been like that.
Far from it.
You see, all the rich people in the room had been broke at some point. No money, no hope for the future, nothing to show for.
They out of all knew how it was being at the bottom in life.
Which is why they wanted to send the elevator back down and help those who still were struggling.
One of these gentlemen, we’ll call him Doug, was so happy to be in the presence of these other gentlemen.
Doug really hadn’t made any significant money online, he rather chose to live below his means and to stack up the money so he could live the good life at a later point.
In all fairness, that was a good way of doing it. However, his flaw was that he was travelling on a budget and thus was on limited funds.
Not that there was anything wrong with that.
Remember, all of the rich gentlemen had at some time been poor.
So they of all knew how it was to travel, to go to expensive events and to meet important people.
Still, most of these rich gentlemen didn’t make the one mistake that Doug made.
Now, here’s a very important thing.
We all make mistakes in life. All of us are flawed somehow.
But some of us have the ability to correct that mistake and do right the next time.
Sadly, that wasn’t the case with Doug.
In fact, Doug probably meant well, but he made the completely wrong impression on so many people at the convention. Particularly the decamillionaires.
At one of the many dinners that Doug attended, he always made a point of how he was travelling on a budget and had to save money by not buying the most expensive item on the menu.
In fact, as the dinner came to an end and some of the other gentlemen wanted to grab some coffee, Doug wildly protested that he couldn’t attend at that ‘people shouldn’t be spending that much money on coffee.’
If you are broke and you don’t have any money, you probably will agree to this.
And I fully understand you.
But you and Doug would have missed out if you were to keep on doing this all the time.
What’s more, Doug actually had to leave the dinner early to do some other business.
After Doug had left the table, the discussion started about where to go for coffee next. Because most of the gentlemen really wanted to grab some coffee.
One of the gentlemen actually said 'We can go for coffee now, now that Doug’s not here!’
And go out for coffee they did.
They drank coffee, told stories, bonded and had a really great time.
However, that didn’t mean that Doug had given up on them.
In fact, Doug returned that very same night.
Eager to prove that he fit into the group.
At that point, the gentlemen had found a lounge and had begin smoking cigars. The mood was good, the bonding started getting more intense and the vibe was overall fantastic.
As with most cigar lounges, nothing is free.
Particularly not the cigars.
So, when the waitresses came around with the bill, Doug was desperate to look for an excuse not to pay.
Here is exactly what happened.
Doug came fairly late to the cigar smoking session. In fact, he came so late that most of the gentlemen had finished most of their cigars. The cigars had turned into mere butts right now. Still, there was some glow in them, but it wasn’t much to brag about.
Doug really wanted to be a part of the cigar smoking gentlemen.
It really fit his style. Or that is, the way he wanted his style to be.
So naturally he couldn’t miss out on this.
One of the other gentlemen was about to finish his cigar butt off.
He’d smoked enough for the night.
That was perfect for Doug.
Finally, he could smoke a little cigarette butt - for free! Without having to worry about paying someone.
Doug actually had that other gentlemen light his own cigarette butt up and pass it to him.
Finally, the moment had arrived.
Doug was sitting in the couch, smoking a good cigar and really looked the part. He even got some of the other gentlemen to take several pictures of himself with a cigar in mouth, puffing.
The only problem was, Doug was posing too much.
He was trying too much.
So his photos seemed a little….
They really didn’t look that good. So Doug kept on asking and asking to take more photos of him, working on his pose. Doug almost developed into becoming an annoyance. One could clearly see that the other gentlemen really didn’t think much of his behavior.
However, money soon would become a subject of discussion.
One of the waitresses soon arrived with the bill. And, as was custom, the waitress asked everyone for what they’d bought, and for the payment method.
She then came to Doug.
Who was still sitting in the couch, puffing on his cigar, having a good time.
Doug rose up, not really being in the mood to pay for a cigar that he hadn’t smoked. In his mind, he rationalized that he should get the cigar butt for free because he really didn’t smoke that much of it.
Rationally speaking, that was quite right.
The bill really belonged to the other gentleman who initially picked the cigar himself and started smoking on it.
But, here’s a very important caveat to all this that Doug failed to comprehend and that could potentially have damaged his reputation, at least should he choose to continue doing so.
And that is perhaps the most dangerous caveat one can ever have.
It’s what causes that tiny feeling of resentment towards others.
It’s what maybe will cost you some important business deals down the line and what will make other people skip over you if they need someone they can reach out to, but they’re not sure of exactly who.
Ultimately, it is what will cost people genuine friendships down the line, too.
And that is…
Taking one for the team.
It’s as simple as that. Picking up the bill at the restaurant table, even if you’re the one who’s had the least amount of food.
Or paying the Uber Black driver when you end your ride.
The gesture is way more important than actually parting ways with your money.
It shows commitment. And it shows that you care about your comrades around you.
The cigar in question cost $14. If you added taxes to it, the total was $16,95 or so.
Not very much. Even someone who worked a low-payed job could afford that sort of money.
But Doug didn’t want to pay. He insisted on passing the bill to the other gentleman, desperately claiming that the cigar wasn’t his.
The waitress girl made a face which clearly demonstrated what she thought about that comment.
Nevertheless, the gentleman in question who actually had picked up the cigar payed the waitress, without so much as blinking an eye.
To say what the future held for Doug wasn’t exactly easy.
In fact, I have to say, I really don’t know. Maybe he went on to change his ways of behaving and networking. Or maybe not. Maybe he really didn’t get and friends.
Irrespective of what happened, I know that the information contained in Andrew Tate’s Networking Brilliance course will teach you everything you need to know to meet and interact with people.
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