Brainwashing yourself to make a million dollars by Sabri Suby


How would our look like if you are able to get what you want and do what you want to do… follow the below steps to figure out:

Step #1: Crystalize Your Vision

  • Develop a distinct and vivid image of your ideal life, detailing aspects like your perfect day and desired outcomes.
  • Regularly visualize and refine this vision to ensure it remains inspiring and aligned with your evolving goals.

Step #2: Expand Your Time Perspective

  • Delay your tendency to get instant gratification.
  • Dream and set your aspirations in the context of years, allowing for long-term vision and ambition.
  • Organize goals into quarterly objectives to maintain focus and momentum.
  • Plan your actions on a monthly basis to ensure steady progress.
  • Conduct weekly reviews to assess and adjust your strategies.
  • Implement daily execution of tasks, focusing on consistent, small steps towards your goals.
  • Cultivate the skill of delaying gratification, recognizing its importance in turning dreams into reality.

Step #3: Amplify Your Purpose

  • Shift focus from personal gains to a broader impact on others, creating a ‘why’ that significantly outweighs the ‘how’.
  • Identify a driving force that transcends individual desires, providing a powerful motivation for pursuing your goals.
  • Thiink about all the people that will get impact if you achieve your goals parents, children, spouse, friends etc.

Step #4: Elevate Your Character

  • Reflect on why previous attempts towards your goals may have fallen short, focusing on character development.
  • Identify traits and skills essential for achieving your goals, and actively work on cultivating them.
  • Engage in activities and education that foster these desired traits and skills.

Step #5: Prioritize Energy Over Time

  • Recognize that not all hours are equally productive; adapt your schedule to match your peak energy levels.
  • Implement task batching, dedicating mornings to intensive tasks and afternoons to less demanding ones, with evenings for relaxation and reflection.

Step #6: Overcome Internal Negativity

  • Consciously ignore the internal voice of doubt, often reflective of past failures or fears.
  • Strengthen your mental resilience by focusing on positive affirmations and the belief in your potential and capabilities.

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Lessons About Having A Successful Youtube Channel from Famous YouTubers


  1. Don’t overthink it – Matthew Santoro
    • Pick up your phone and start recording your first video
    • You don’t need fancy equipment as the current phones can record good 4K videos
    • Talk about whatever you want to talk about
    • Use apps like iMovie, CapCut, and InShot to edit videos and add transitions
  2. Pick what you love – Michael McCrudden
    • Be true to yourself and do what you love doing.
    • It’s a long journey so you shouldn’t feel sick about doing what you are doing.
    • Find your passion, find your speciality, and uniqueness and stick to it.
  3. You don’t need a lot of subscribers, find a smaller group of subscribers who love what you produce – Sam Sutherland
    • You don’t need millions of subscribers to make a living from YouTube.
    • There are tons of people doing the same stuff – like makeup tutorials, unboxing videos.
    • Think about why would someone want to watch your channel instead of the rest of the videos.
  4. Consistency is key – Amanda Each Lee
    • Lots of people starting out get impatient as they don’t see results with their first few videos.
    • The key is to keep going and keep publishing videos.
    • Amanda took about four years to see success with her channel.
    • If patience isn’t your cup of tea then YouTube isn’t for you.
  5. Make it sustainable – Hydraulic Press Channel
    • If it takes a long time to make each video then it will eventually become unmanageable.
    • Look for a sustainable way to make videos that’s repeatable and could be automated or outsourced to an extent.
  6. The power of vulnerability – Shalom Blac
    • Be vulnerable of your faults, creed, caste, or race, and use it as your strength.
    • Talking about specific challenges about your community might attract the right audience for you.
    • Shalom is a burns surviver and she started her YouTube channel about how to effectively conceal her scars. That made her successful to the extent of more than 1.3m subscribers.
  7. Don’t post your first 15 videos – Molly Burke
    • When you start recording first, it’ll be awkward.
    • After a few videos, you get comfortable with your voice and yourself in front of the camera.
    • Molly says that you’d thank her later if you don’t post your first 15 videos and post only your 16th. As that’ll be the best first video of yours.
  8. Get a dog – Drew Lynch
    • Get a co-host – just to make it interesting – could be a dog or any other pet.
  9. Laugh at yourself – Adrianna and Sarah
    • Try to find ways to laugh at yourself along with your friends and your community.
    • Of course, don’t be mean!
  10. Test test test – Laurie Shannon
    • Don’t assume – just test
    • Don’t wait to publish – just publish with a test
    • Test the following:
      1. Styles of content
      2. Thumbnails
      3. Titles
    • Laurie says that testing is what grew her channel from 80k subscribers to 2.5m in a year and a half.
      • Laurie runs a baking channel.
      • She tested 10 or 15 thumbnails and found that the colour yellow and cakes with faces did better.
      • She also tests different titles like ‘How to Make a Bunny Cake’ vs ‘The Cutest Bunny Cake that Hopped off the Table’
  11. Don’t pigeonhole yourself – Shan Boody
    • Don’t restrict yourself to a certain category or topic. Be creative and find different ways to tell the same story.
  12. Be controversial – Mori
    • Don’t be afraid to offend people. It could make you stand out.
    • Tie in a bit of humour to make your opinions subtle.
    • Mz’s Note: @JustDestiny has changed to @mori and he is a pretty controversial person making too much controversial content. It’s a risky approach if you aren’t able to handle the repercussions of doing such controversial content.
  13. Make it relatable – Christian LeBlanc
    1. What does your audience want?
    2. How can you both entertain and inspire?
    3. How can you include them in your journey?
    4. How can you inspire them to follow your path?
  14. Don’t speak – Buttered Side Down
    • Make visual content so that there are no language barriers.
  15. Themes are magic – Rich Ferguson
    • Don’t dilute too much. Make the videos in your channel relatable. Focus on a theme.
  16. Maximise evergreen videos – Jordan Page
    • Don’t make seasonal content – make evergreen content that people can refer all year round.
    • eg. “My Favourite Slow Cooker Recipes” vs “My Favourite Fall Recipes”
  17. Collect your cavalcade of characters – Brandon Rogers
    • Find a crew that can be your family and work together to make it successful.
  18. Break it to remake it – Grant Thompson
    • If your content starts to feel stale, then it’s OK to shake things up and change.
    • Don’t be afraid of making a change.
    • Changes bring growth to you.
    • Detach yourself emotionally and say to yourself. “Here’s the right thing to do, and I’m gonna do it!”
    • Don’t hold yourself back.
  19. Commit to the process – Casually Explained
    • Just because someone dislikes your video, doesn’t mean that dislike you.
    • Use every video as an opportunity to improve upon.
    • Disconnect yourself from the dislikes and instead revise your methodology.
    • Commit to the process. The focus should be about making the best content you possibly can.
  20. Say Yes – Yes Theory
    • Say Yes to serendipity
    • Say Yes to trying new things
    • Even if you are hesitant to do a particular topic, Say Yes to it and just do it!!
  21. So nice you could do it twice – Planet Dolan
    • Create a second channel if you have significantly different topics to talk about.
    • eg. Gaming and Educational
  22. Make it visual – Daniela Andrade
    • Have strong, appealing visual content. YouTube is a visual medium.
    • Take advantage of the magic of ordinary moments and make it appealing.
  23. Collaborate – Onision
    • Connect with other YouTubers and ask to work with them.
    • Get creative with how you work across different channels.
    • Better than the YouTube algorithm, making friends with famous YouTubers could help your channel to explode.
  24. Run it like a company – Gizzy Gazza
    • Delegate the work. Don’t do everything yourself.
    • Have an editor – it could save a lot of time.
    • Mz’s Note: Make processes that anyone can follow and outsource if needed.
  25. Perfect the prank – Kate Martineau
    • If you are doing prank videos, then make sure the person in the prank video is OK with it afterwards.
    • If they don’t like it, don’t post it, just ditch it.
    • Sometimes pranks go sour, and that can be a shock. Sit down, talk, and decide how to take it forward.
  26. Choreograph the shot – Lily Hevesh
    1. Plan your shots ahead – think like a scriptwriter and write down every shot in detail. Run through it a couple of times before going for the shoot. It helps.
  27. Do your research – Preston
    • Pick 50 YouTube channels at a time and research them – Often the simplest answer is the right one.
      1. Why are they getting views?
      2. What are they doing?
      3. How are they separating themselves from the pack?
      4. What’s their secret sauce?
    • Don’t copy them, but make them your own.
    • Just digest as much YouTube content as you can so you really live and breathe it.
    • Time spent researching is time well spent.
  28. Find your format – Doug DeMuro
    • Keep an ear out for audience feedback.
    • You have to find a format that works for your videos. You eventually will find a template that works for you.
  29. Don’t burn out – Amie
    • Some of them feel they let everyone down if they take a break from making videos, but there is no shame in that.
    • It’s a full-time job, and when you vote everything to your channel and keeping your audience happy, it’s easy to get exhausted.
    • Take a break when necessary. It’s ok!
    • Some of your best ideas come when you take a break.
  30. Attract attention immediately – HOWTOCAKEIT
    • In the first five seconds, you’ve got to attract the viewer’s attention.
    • HowToCakeIt shows close-ups of their cakes to grab people right out of the gate.
    • eg. You wanna see a cake that looks like a human heart? Sure you do! – with a strong visual
  31. Promote a product, but make it entertaining – VAT19
    • Make everything interesting even a gummy worm.
    • People like to watch VAT19 commercials as it’s fun to watch
  32. Try Instagram first – Jessica Vill
    • It’s easier to get discovered because of the Explore page
    • It helps to increase your fanbase first before jumping to YouTube
    • It’s easier to experiment on Instagram
  33. Listen to your gut – Lauren Toyota
    • Ask yourself, ‘Am I creating for me or am I creating for you?’
    • You need both, in balance.
    • If you record something and it feels wrong or weird in your gut when you watch it, don’t post it.
  34. Search and you will find – JumpRopeDudes
    • Use YouTube search bar to find new topics and inspiration from existing videos.
    • eg. how to jump rope …
      1. … like a boxer
      2. … for weight loss
      3. … for beginners
  35. Shoot overhead – Amy Tangerine
    • Overhead videos are great to showcase your creative ideas and projects.
    • You don’t even have to show your face or put on makeup.
    • Just make sure you have a decent manicure and that your hands are clean.
    • You need the right setup though.
      1. Desk Tripods (Arkon Mounts)
      2. A ring light
      3. A softbox
  36. Drop a season – King Vader
    • You can drop a bunch of videos in one go, instead of busting out a video every day.
    • Make it like an album or a season of a TV Series.
    • That way you can take your time, which helps you make high-quality content instead of getting caught in the trap of quantity.
    • Deliver 5 quality videos than 30 average ones.
  37. Reward your core audience – Matt Granite
    • Don’t do giveaways on YouTube. You’ll just get a bunch of teenagers looking for free stuff in your audience.
    • People just skip to the part of the giveaway and you get a junk audience.
    • Rather reward your buyers. Eventhough they might be small, they are worth your effort. They are your core audience.
  38. Challenge yourself – Nicolette Gray
    • People love watching challenge videos
    • Examples
      • shoot a video with really long nails
      • live on $10 a day
      • do a 24-hour shopping challenge
  39. Keep it clean – Nick Drossos
    • Using the F word, and B word makes you look lame, aggressive, trashy, and unprofessional.
    • If you want to be taken seriously. You should clean up your act.
    • You don’t need to swear and scream to get your message across.
    • Have a positive attitude, positive image, and you’ll appeal to more people.
  40. Please yourself first – Bad Lip Reading
    • You can’t appeal to everyone.
    • Focus on making content that you yourself respond to.
    • Trust that like minded people will find it.
    • Even if people don’t watch your video, you should be proud of your creations.
    • It keeps you motivated to make more videos.
  41. Keep going, no matter what – Aileen Xu
    • YouTube is a long game.
    • Have patience and persevere.
    • Nothing is guaranteed.
    • Most people don’t make it because they don’t see the results within the time they set for themselves.
    • Failure is when you give up.
    • You have to be willing to work for years without reward.
    • Keep creating, eventually it’ll happen.
  42. Dip the broccoli in chocolate — Davey Wavey
    • Your message is the broccoli.
    • If you just convey the broccoli without the seasoning, nobody’s gonna like it.
    • Season it. Yet, coat it with chocolate so your message is embedded in something interesting.
  43. Make a channel trailer – Diana Madison
    • Summarise your channel in less than three minutes
      1. Tell them the upload schedule.
      2. Give them a reason to stay and watch more and, to subscribe.
      3. You have to give people the feeling that they are part of your world.
  44. Illustrate to explain – Greg and Mitch – ASAPSCIENCE
    • ASAPScience makes illustrated explainer videos.
    • One of the reasons they are successful is because there is no face and that makes it easier for them to keep the audience’s attention.
    • Illustrations make complex subjects easy to understand with simple visuals and keep your audience.
    • You’ll have fans because they love your content rather than loving you as a personality.
  45. Search out trends – Haley Pham
    • Ride on the trends.
    • Steal like an artist!
    • But don’t blatantly copy.
    • Save being original for when you have an audience.

Three Reasons Why Facebook Shuts Down Ad Accounts

1. Not including a Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions on your landing page/website.

At least get a templated version and modify it according to how
you use your data. Don’t copy and paste someone else’s policies.

You can easily Google for privacy policy and T&C templates…

2. The content of your ad text, image, video, and landing page

If you have one of the following, then you have a HIGH chance of getting your ad account shut down:

– Racist remarks
– Provocation
– Too much information
– Too confusing
– Too irrelevant to the target audience
– Copying competitor ads
– Too clickbaity / disruptive to grab attention
– Landing page uses popups and autoplay videos

Eg. Using racist remarks, or telling them how ugly they are without your product, or telling them their life sucks without your course

3. Advertising something that’s in Facebook’s Prohibited Content / Restricted Content.

Follow their updated ads policy to the T. It’s in plain English, no legal mumbo-jumbo so don’t worry!

Account shutdowns are mostly done by bots/automated algorithms. Only when you appeal, a real person MAY look into your account and pages.

And that could take several days to get your account back. So just in case shit hits the fan, you have a backup to run on.

Always have 2 or 3 ad accounts in your arsenal. And install pixels from 2 or 3 different ad accounts for your pages.

You can create additional ad accounts in your business manager at

Ahmed Muzammil

PS: Do you have anything to add? Comment below…

7 Life Lessons from Warren Buffett

7 Life Lessons from Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is a huge inspiration to me since he founded the Giving Pledge in 2009 with Bill Gates, pledged to give away 99% of his wealth to charitable causes and also asked other billionaires pledge to give away at least half of their fortunes. He taught me better than doing good in this world, you can do greater good by earning a lot of money and changing and doing things in scale to change bigger problems. Him and Bill Gates are an inspiration to me in this regard.

Buffett is an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is considered one of the most successful investors in the world and has a net worth of over 80 billion dollars, he’s one of the richest people in our planet. He is noted for his adherence to value investing and for his personal frugality despite his immense wealth.

Here are 7 life lessons I’d learnt from Buffett’s way of doing things: (I’ve also added a few tidbits from other successful people and coaches)

1. Create a Safety Net For Yourself, Your Company, and Your Family

Warren Buffett always plays a safe game even after he’s gained a lot of wealth. He stays away from investments he doesn’t know about. He has kept him away from Wall Street speculations. Still, he’s aware that things could turn bad anytime, so he always has creates a safety net that can let him survive for a minimum period of at least a year without any income.

Warren Buffet had saved almost $1000 by the time he finished school. He also advises avoiding debts that are beyond your capability. He himself leads a simple life without the fancy cars and million dollar houses. Interestingly, Buffett still lives in the house that he lived 41 years ago.

Previously, the man who retained the title of the richest person in America, the founder of Walmart, Sam Walton also learnt the lesson of creating a safety net from his father. His father used to offer mortgage loans to farmers but was a great money manager. He risked all his money to lend to farmers in America post world war I when things were tough in America. But he always kept a coffee can full of money and a piece of land that’s clear from any liabilities for use in case they would go through tough times.

Earl Nightingale, in his Strangest Secret audiobook, encourages the same – Earl encourages to save at least 10% of income all the time and never to touch it unless and until there is a dire situation. Similarly, T. Harv Eker calls this as Financial Freedom account and asks to put away 10% of all income. His money jar system is great to manage money in an effective way. Similar to Warren Buffet, Harv Eker advises to save more when your income increases and not to spend so much on living an extravagant lifestyle with the things that you don’t need. (Image courtesy:

2. Choose Simplicity over Complexity

“The difference between successful people and successful people is that successful people say no to almost everything.” Warren Buffett.

Warren Buffet is a man of simplicity. He’s stayed away from complex instruments such as derivatives. He stays away from businesses that he doesn’t understand. He only invests in the businesses that he understands such as Insurance and Coca Cola. Being simple is to start saying NO to things that you don’t need and the things that won’t help you stay your course when it comes to business or life.

3. Take One Step At a Time

“I don’t look to jump over 7-foot bars: I look around for 1-foot bars that I can step over.” ~ Warren Buffett.

The journey to success is a ladder and you have to take one step at a time. Buffet has won his success by focusing on small wins. He worked on one company at a time. He also follows this for his family life.

4. Buy When Others Want To Sell

“A simple rule dictates my buying: Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. And most certainly, fear is now widespread, gripping even seasoned investors. To be sure, investors are right to be wary of highly leveraged entities or businesses in weak competitive positions. But fears regarding the long-term prosperity of the nation’s many sound companies make no sense. These businesses will indeed suffer earnings hiccups, as they always have. But most major companies will be setting new profit records 5, 10 and 20 years from now.”

Business and investments always follow the pattern of supply and demand. Warren’s investments have always been to buy the stocks when the prices are low; and wait in a disciplined way until the stock prices soar a lot. He does that using his value investing methodology that he learnt from his mentor Benjamin Graham. This is the secret behind his success.

I’d like to refer to two another success story: Indian Starbucks competitor Coffee Day’s founder V.G. Siddhartha bought a lot of coffee plantations while others were selling them off. Now all of Coffee Day’s franchises run out of the coffee beans produced by these plantations he bought for cheap a long time back. This always gives Coffee Day a competitive edge over any other competitors in India. They don’t have to worry if coffee bean prices shoot up in the market because they produce their own coffee beans.

5. Avoid Speculations

“Rule No. 1: Never lose money. Rule No. 2: Never forget rule No. 1.” – Warren Buffett.

Chet Holmes in his famous book “The Ultimate Sales Machine” states that he has observed that there are three types of executives. A full 90% are tactical executives, 9% are strategic executives, the remaining 1% are both strategic and tactical executives and are the most effective executives. In business and investment, tactics are cheap. Speculation is a tactic, In investment, charts and markers are tactics, Following the news is a tactic. But looking at the fundamentals and determining whether a company has the money to survive for another 10, 20, or 30 years is a strategic approach. That’s what Warren Buffet does. If you want to learn more about his investment methodology, Google Value Investing.

Now, I don’t know whether Warren Buffett falls under the 9% or the 1% but certainly, he doesn’t fall under the 90% who follow the masses or follow the next new tactic and end up losing money. He is certainly a strategic person. He never loses money on the stock market. Chet Holmes also says that when you take a tactical action, always justify the strategy behind the decision to execute the tactic. Doing so will increase the effectiveness of the tactic 5 times over.

6. Play The Long Game

“If plan A doesn’t work, the alphabet has 25 more letters – 204 if you’re in Japan.” ― Claire Cook

Failure is just a detour in your path. Whenever Warren Buffett invests in a company and the company’s stock prices go down – he never short-sells the stock. He only invested in this stock after he looked at the company’s fundamentals and he believed in the company’s vision and market potential over the long term. Warren stays invested and will wait until the stock prices jump back, and it sure does because he never buys based on speculation.

I keep hearing this from many successful people, that we should never give up on our goals. If a path you took towards a goal doesn’t work, you haven’t failed on the goal, just the path was wrong. We have to figure out another path that works and we can get to that destination. Successful people are the most resilient people on the planet. They never give up.

7. Take Responsibility for Your Successes and Failures

“As you move along in your career, you always want to consider your inner scorecard that is how you feel about your own performance and success. You should worry more about how well you perform rather than how well the rest of the world perceives your performance.” – Warren Buffett

We need to be able to judge ourselves on how well we are performing against our own success and failures. And have an inner compass that measures how well you are doing over your past performance. If you fail, take responsibility for that failure and don’t blame anyone else for that. Learn what you did wrong and be proactive to correct that mistake in you and do it better next time.

A quick trivia: If you improve your life 1% every day over the next 365 days, how much would you have improved over the course of the 365 days? Comment your answers below. Also, let me know how and which of these lessons are you going to adopt into your life.

Success Secrets of The World’s Most Powerful and The Richest

Success Secrets of The World’s Most Powerful and The Richest

I recently came across this test called the Wealth Dynamics test. The wealth dynamics test is a personality test that tells you exactly what strategy you should follow to build wealth. And I learned that the most successful people and the richest were lords, creators, and a mechanics as per their research. 

So, I went and did further research on analysing these successful people. Here’s the clues and secrets of the world’s most powerful, successful, and the richest lords, creators, and mechanics.

If you model their behavior and you could become successful too:

  1. They model other’s success. They take ideas from other successful people and they don’t reinvent the wheel.
  2. They are honest.
  3. They deliver products and services of the highest value. Goods that are faster, quicker, cheaper, and better than the competition.
  4. They are excellent money managers. They invest, and save for a rainy day. They keep a check on markets and economies. They keep an eye on their bottom line (profits).
  5. They visualize and hallucinate success, they paint a clear picture of the vision of success.
  6. They consider that money is abundant and they don’t act from a scarcity mindset.
  7. They aren’t afraid of criticism and don’t let naysayers get into their heads.
  8. They love and encourage unachievable goals, challenges, and competition.
  9. They are unconventional. They don’t follow the status-quo. They get in/buy when most people are getting out.
  10. They take calculated risks. They think that not taking risks is a guaranteed way to fail.
  11. They aren’t afraid to fail. They celebrate failure as good as celebrating their successes. They feel that failure gives them a new direction.
  12. They are hardworking, confident, passionate, intuitive, patient, action takers. They get things done no matter the odds.
  13. They aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and do even the low jobs required to get them where they want.
  14. They treat growth as a way of life and are growth-focused at all times.
  15. They realize that they can’t do everything themselves and are realistic. They know when to delegate and when to walk away from unproductive goals.
  16. They read between the lines.
  17. They trust their heart and instincts.
  18. They know that action speaks louder than words.
  19. They have an open mind and ask smart questions with a focus on continuous improvement.
  20. They have the courage to act on what they learn, see, and hear.

Below are the Raw Quotes and Pins from 3 different Pinterest boards from where this advice was extracted from and from whom it comes from.

Pinterest Boards:

  1. WD Profiles: The Mechanic
  2. WD Profiles: The Lord
  3. WD Profiles: The Creator

Warren Buffett
“Rule No.1: Never lose money. Rule No.2: Never forget rule No.1.”

Andy Grove
“You have to pretend you’re 100 percent sure. You have to take action; you can’t hesitate or hedge your bets. Anything less will condemn your efforts to failure.”

Bill Gates
“It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.”

J.R. Simplot
“Work honestly and build, build, build. That’s all I can tell you.”

Jack Welch
“Love the janitor.” 

Rupert Murdoch
“I love competition. And I want to win.” 

Richard Branson
“My interest in life comes from setting myself huge, apparently unachievable challenges and trying to rise above them.” 

Donald Trump
“Part of being a winner is knowing when enough is enough. Sometimes you have to give up the fight and walk away, and move on to something that’s more productive.” 

Andrew Carnegie
“As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.” 

Jeff Bezos
“If you never want to be criticized, for goodness’ sake don’t do anything new.” 

Sumner Redstone
“It’s fair for people to question how much a CEO is making. But they should question the companies that fail. In the companies that have a great management team, they should understand that it’s important to compensate great executives.” 

Bob Lutz
“Perks that help a leader to be more efficient and more productive are hardly perks.” 

Lakshmi Mittal
“Hard work certainly goes a long way. These days a lot of people work hard, so you have to make sure you work even harder and really dedicate yourself to what you are doing and setting out to achieve.” 

Michael Bloomberg
“Getting the job done has been the basis for the success my company has achieved.” 

Clive Davis
“Given a choice of being on top or not, I prefer being on top. You want to win. You want to verify your judgment.” 

Steve Wynn
“Money doesn’t make people happy. People make people happy.”

 J.K. Rowling

“If you want to see the true measure of a man, watch how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.”

 Mark Cuban

“Sweat equity is the most valuable equity there is. Know your business and industry better than anyone else in the world. Love what you do or don’t do it.” 

Cyril Ramaphosa
“No action is too small when it comes to changing the world… I’m inspired every time I meet an entrepreneur who is succeeding against all odds.”

Li Ka-Shing
“Vision is perhaps our greatest strength… it has kept us alive to the power and continuity of thought through the centuries, it makes us peer into the future and lends shape to the unknown.” 

Oprah Winfrey
“What other people label or might try to call failure, I have learned is just God’s way of pointing you in a new direction.” 

Henry Ford
“If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.” 

Mark Zuckerberg
“The biggest risk is not taking any risk… In a world that changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.” 

Steve Jobs
“Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” 

Azim Premji
“If people are not laughing at your goals, your goals are too small.” 

Clive Palmer
“I realised that in a lot of failures, there is a lot of opportunities.” 

Michael Dell
“Whether you’ve found your calling, or if you’re still searching, passion should be the fire that drives your life’s work.” 

Carlos Slim Helu
“When there is a crisis, that’s when some are interested in getting out and that’s when we are interested in getting in.” 

Bernard Arnault
“I think in business, you have to learn to be patient. Maybe I’m not very patient myself. But I think that I’ve learned the most is be able to wait for something and get it when it’s the right time.” 

Aristotle Onassis
“After a certain point, money is meaningless. It ceases to be the goal. The game is what counts.” 

Mukesh Ambani
“I think that our fundamental belief is that for us growth is a way of life and we have to grow at all times.” 

Ted Turner
“I just love it when people say I can’t do it, there’s nothing that makes me feel better because all my life, people have said that I wasn’t going to make it.” 

Ingvar Kamprad
“Only those who are asleep make no mistakes.” 

Sam Walton
“Capital isn’t scarce; vision is.” 

J. Paul Getty
“I buy when other people are selling.”

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How to build a 2500$/m business in 10 days with zero dollars down? #AskMzee

How to build a 2500$/m business in 10 days with zero dollars down? #AskMzee

Q: If you had 10 days and needed to make around $2500 at least with absolutely nothing lined up, what would you do? (I’m a freelance WordPress girl & do brand management so I’m thinking along those lines.)

A: Offer to help 10 people for FREE for small WordPress jobs. offer them your retainer contract.

One or two of them will convert to paying clients for Long term work/retainer.

Say you charge 500$ for retainer every month, then you need to find 5 clients for you to earn 2500 every month.

To get 5 clients, worst case you need to work 50 small jobs. Best case 25 small jobs. Within a week you could reach 2500/m in Long-term earnings!

As entrepreneurs, we need to focus on long-term earnings. Don’t focus on the short term, or else every month you will have a hard time finding work.