What kind of wealth will you create in the next 4 years?
Every 4 years there is an inauguration of the President of the United States in a ceremony to mark the commencement of a new term, but today it’s time for you to stake claim to your next 4 years. People may want to boycott your inauguration because they don’t want to hear about you getting rich—they are content with just getting by and want you to do the same. Your mom loves you just the way you are, but let’s face it, do you really care about your approval rating when you are making just 50K a year?
8 years ago president-elect Barack Obama said, “For as much as government can do and must do, it is ultimately the faith and determination of the American people upon which this nation relies.” Keep these words in mind tomorrow as Donald Trump gives his speech. It is your determination over the next 4 years that will make your life and all those around you prosperous.
Our nation can be at war, the economy can shrink, homes can be lost, jobs shed, and businesses closed—but that should not influence your prosperity. If health care is too costly, if the educational system continues to decline, if more mass shootings happen, all those are not excuses for you to lower your targets or quit on your dreams.
Donald Trump took out 18 career politicians on his way to his inauguration.
Like him or hate him you can learn from him. Study him and see what worked for him. He’s had a lot of success financially, but the guy also knows how to win. He’s a big claim guy and doesn’t care if you don’t like him. If you want to become president of the US like Trump did, you need to have 50% the people of the United States to hate you.
Here are 6 things Donald has done to gain supporters:
1. Authenticity—He tells you like it is. “NATO is outdated and we shouldn’t give it money.” Whether in life or in sales, you must be authentic to have success.
2. Straight Talk—Just say it, “I’m going to make America great again.” Don’t beat around the bushes. Don’t be a liar, give people the truth!
3. Knew his Audience—He didn’t care about the half of the country that didn’t like him. He picked a side and spoke to them.
4. Keep it simple—Donald made big picture ideas, not details. Most often you don’t need to get into all the hows when you talk to people.
5. Social Media—Mr. Trump uses it at 70 better than most people at 27. When are you going to blow up online?
6. Free Advertising—This is not a popular contest this is a get known contest. How do you get free advertising? Have an opinion. I say the middle class is done and don’t go to college. You don’t have an opinion because you want everyone to like you. Pick who you want to speak to and don’t worry about the others.
Donald Trump used these 6 things to become president of the United States. I’m using them to expand my business like crazy. How can you start using them?
The eyes of the world will be on Trump as he takes his oath on Friday, but you can change the world yourself if you take an oath to get rich. Success is not just the president’s obligation, it’s your duty, and responsibility too.
Mr. Trump’s oath will likely go something like this:
“I Donald J Trump, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, so help me God.”
It’s time you take an oath of your own
“I, (your name), do solemnly swear that I will become a multi-millionaire so that I will be able, to the best of my potential, take care of myself, my family, and be a blessing to my community.”
John F Kennedy said to Americans to “ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.” If you don’t want to get rich for you, your family, or your community, then do it for America and stop being so selfish.
Are you ready to inaugurate yourself?
I want you to get your administration off to the right start, so come and join me this March at 10X GrowthCon. There’s going to be top level people speaking and you will get a chance to possibly fly with me in my own personal Air Force One—10X Airlines.