Billionaire Mindset Secrets – David Metlzer
When you’re at the peak of your success or nearing it, how do you manage to stay on track and avoid getting diverted by all the noise around you?
David Meltzer, the Co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing, former CEO of the renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency, which was the inspiration for the movie Jerry Maguire, has gone through many ups and downs through his life. He shares the mindset that he practices, valuable habits to take on, and how to deal with difficulty.
3 Key Points
- Gratitude, Forgiveness, Accountability and Inspiration are four essential things to practice so you could stay on track.
- Pain is not a stop sign.
- Be kind to your future self and do good deeds.
Gratitude is essential so as not to lose yourself in your dream job.
Among all the judgements and eyeballs on you, forgiveness allows you to forgive yourself and others. It lets you have peace and certainty.
Make sure you take accountability for all the lessons and challenges you’ve experienced.
Understand motivation and inspiration. Motivation is the ability to get the team-up. Inspiration is the understanding of what will allow them to fulfil that desire to be what they can be in the organization’s context.
The great lessons implanted in me during my childhood slowly dissipated because I started buying into my BS. I began to surround myself with the wrong people.
What saved me was the truth that I better take stock in who I was and what I wanted to become. It was gratitude, forgiveness, accountability and inspiration that took my life back on track.
“You need to plant seeds under trees you’ll never sit under.” – Dennis Wade (mentor, renowned sales guru)
People want to be empowered and inspired.
Take inventory of your capabilities. Understand the skills you have, need or want. Then, look at how these skills would supplement or synergize in what’s currently doing well today.
People who are very successful ask for help.
The people who get there don’t quit.
Understand the scope, scale and size.
If I run into an opportunity with pain, and that pain is telling me that there’s a lesson to learn. The lesson could be to pivot or re-engineer to something else, but we’re not quitting. The pain that you feel when you’re almost there, it’s not a stop sign. It’s a turn signal.
Create a habit machine first. The first habit to put into that machine is gratitude.
Be kind to your future self and do good deeds.
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