The Absolute Best Way To Get The Best Advice
I’m FRIGGIN EXCITED!
These 4 basketball legends above are the perfect example of why I’m excited. I’m sure you’ve seen them before, but I’ll get to them in a bit…
Tonight, I’m learning life success & biz tips from two multimillionaires. In person. One was a 3X World Series Champion and played with Toronto Blue Jays. Not too shabby.
Who cares, right?
Wrong. Here’s why you should care:
NEWSFLASH: To Make The NBA Finals, Kick Doug Off Your Team
I’m willing to be 100% coachable, I’m open to opportunities, and I’m seeking out wisdom and training from those who already have the success I want. I suggest you do the same.
What I’m talking about worked for Ron Harper, Dennis Rodman, Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan… Heard of them?
For example, if you want to learn how to play professional basketball, seek out and learn from a coach who’s students consistently make it to the NBA finals. Not from your “uncle Doug” who hasn’t played in 17 years, but “watches” a lot of SportsNet so “he can teach you…”
…ahh, NO, he can’t. At least not to the level of success YOU want.
The best way to get the best advice is to find a top coach. Like Phil Jackson, who coached the boys on the Chicago Bulls in ’98 (and won six championships under his watch.)
Seek a wise mentor.
Learn from a seasoned teacher.
Be as diligent as those organizations dedicated to finding people anywhere on this planet. Pinpoint exactly who you’re looking for. Seek out a reputable, respected, knowledgeable leader that has REAL ability to teach you what you want to learn, and is serious about taking YOU to the next level.
And find someone who inspires you!
I know that because I truly want what’s best for those around me, for my family, students, and for everyone I’ll meet in the future, I have to improve personally in many areas. That only happens when you seek out the pros. Not your friends and family… PROFESSIONAL EXPERTS.
Poppin’ Champagne With Yo’ Homies…
Sure, your friends & family will always give their “opinion.” But ask yourself: Do they really KNOW what’s best for you? Have they truthfully achieved the success you’re looking for? And do THEY even want to see you succeed?
It’s important to always love your friends, you’ll want their support. And you’ll most likely want them around when it’s time to pop open that champagne!
Now I’m thirsty. =)
Anyway. To achieve a high level of success, in ANY field, learn from the leaders who can teach you based on their solid experience and track record.
That’s my Ninja advice for the day. Share with your friends and share your comments, I really read ‘em! Share the love,
- Shawn B