A couple weeks ago I attended the only mastermind I will get on a plane to go to, unless I’m doing a training or speaking on something at someone else’s mastermind (such is my loathing of travel).
I had three big takeaways from it.
The first one is, you can never have too many merchant accounts.
The second, I got some ideas on investing I hadn’t thought of before.
And, the third was the 5 “F’s” of success.
It was an exercise my friend Trevor Mauch (the guy who sold me on moving to the Burgle originally) had us do.
Here’s how it works:
Write down these five words:
On a scale of 1-10 you write a number that fits how satisfied you are with those 5 things. One thing I realized doing this exercise is my finances are at a 3 (maybe a 4, I dunno…) With finances, it’s not about how much you make, but how well what you make is working for you.
It was a huge ah-ha for elBenbo.
And, so it was for others in the room with the other F’s.
Some realized their family life should be much better.
Or that they need to get their bytch boy arse into the gym more.
Or that their friendships are being neglected.
And so on, and so forth.
It’s a good exercise.
And, I highly recommend you do it.
With some of the above, learning and using my email shenanigans can make a huge difference — especially if you want to get time back.
You can learn my wicked ways here: