One of the biggest treasures in the world is finding someone you know that is great at something. I don’t know if I’ve ever told you this but I love watching ESPN. I love watching sports. And I only watch sports during playoffs or tournaments because people seem to play different. If they lose this game, their season is over
It’s why we watch Dancing with the Stars, American Idol or even Survivor. It’s fun to watch people that have everything on the line, because things happen. Miracles happen. We get to watch a live Miracle when someone believes that this is where they’re supposed to be their entire life and then they step into it.
Here is one example: I’m watching the playoffs in the NBA right now. Watching Stephen Curry. Ever since Kevin Durant, the Superstar, comes over and plays for his team; he’s been averaging like 15 points per game. So Curry thinks that we’ve got a lot of star players here. I used to be the MVP. We won the world championship before. Kevin Durant, this better player shows up. And now I’m just going to be one of the good players.
Then Kevin Durant gets hurt; they win a game they’re not supposed to; and now they have to go to Houston, in enemy territory, without their main guy. And for the first time in five years, Las Vegas is betting on Houston instead of the Warriors. So Coach Steve Kerr tells the players they got to have their best game today … not later … today. Then Stephen Curry goes out and breaks an NBA record … 23 points in the 4th quarter. He’s always been a star player, but this time, he HAD to do it. He couldn’t rely on anybody else.
When are you going to be the hero for your journey? When are you going to be the hero in your movie? When are you going to figure out what you want bad enough that you’ll walk through walls for it? Why is it always, in all these movies, everything’s okay until someone killed his dog? Now everyone in the movie’s got to die. If you look at Sylvester Stallone, the Rambo or Rocky movies, or anything having to do with the hero’s journey, like Star Wars. There’s something that happens to the main character to make them lose their mind, in a good way.
So you have to figure out what you’re going to do in 3 years; how you’re going to show up; and who’s going to be around here. That perfect day. So you could do the stuff that irritates other people.
I reached out to 22 people today and none of them replied. And why? Did you get 2,000 people to watch the video all the way through yet? No? Oh, so you haven’t completed the task. You haven’t done the “wax on-wax off” (see the original “Karate Kid” movie for the reference). You’re focused on the wrong thing. I reached out to 20 people and none of them replied. I don’t remember that in the training. I got 54 Pre‑Enrolleds and none of them upgraded.
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