Man oh man, I have a feeling that today is going to be explosive! Maybe because it is 5:50 in the morning and I have already filled my mind, body, and spirit with straight up gold. I will say it once, I will say it twice, I will say it one thousand times; I don’t know where I would be in my life if it wasn’t for my passion for early morning self-development. It is the time where I learn the most about myself, both weaknesses and strengths, and the exact path I need to take to be better and to enjoy life more.
Over the course of the last few months, without knowing how important and powerful it was, I have been engaging in something that I have never really engaged in. It is the concept of forming alliances with those who share the same definite of purpose in life.
“The forming of a corporate alliance has been at the base of every great fortune.” What I am learning is that success is created when we come together to produce a friendly alliance of minds. The older I get, the more I realize that I want to work with people that I love, respect, can learn from, and who want the same things in life as I do. And when I say the same things in life that I do, I speak of things such as: blessing the lives of others through self-development, increasing their ability to be great salesmen, and helping them to become better leaders and better men and women. All of this combined with my plan for world domination.
During these few months of experimenting without knowing how important of a concept this is to follow, I have started to separate myself from those that are negative or don’t see life through the same lens. This doesn’t mean that the way that I do everything is the perfect or right way for everyone. But what I have learned is that men take on the power of thoughts for those that they have sympathy and harmony over. What does that mean? You become those who you spend the most time with.
Some of the people I have formed alliances with are some of the same dudes that have been my main competitors for 15 years. We have battled each other in the heart of being the best. Now, we have come together to be something greater than we could have ever been alone. One of the best things you can do in life is to find people that have the same purpose as you, and come together as one to do much greater things than you would be able to do alone.
There is strength in numbers.
There is strength in networks.
There is strength in alliances.
I have never been more excited to take over the world than I am now because I get to do it with great men that make me a better person every day.
Life is good!
Forming those alliances, Cram