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People are interesting.

When I hang out with old friends. They are exactly the same. 

Part of me likes that, but I start feeling very out of place when I see that I keep growing and they are the same person they were 2 months ago. A year ago. 2 years ago. Then they try to pull you down. 

"I just miss the old you"

"The best thing you can do for me is be yourself again" 

Grow more! Do more! Be more! Live more!


"What’s new?"

"Nothin much, same old same old."

"You still doing ______?"


"Are you still with ____"


"How are you guys?"

"Same old same old. Problems as usual."


Like really? Why haven’t you grown or changed? 

I try to change one small thing about me everyday. 

Doesn’t seem like a lot, but over time, it can be incredible! 

Growing is uncomfortable, but you can’t make money in your comfort zone anyway! Nor can you live better, nor can you eat healthier, nor can you have more friendships, better relationships, better grades, better bank accounts, and a better life! 

Do something that you know you should do today, but you don’t want to. 

The real key to success in life is to turn your shoulds into musts, so lets do so! 

I’m getting business done!

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Personal Development would solve 90% of the World’s problems.

The average person reads 1 book after high school. Sad. 

You know how in high school and college we’re forced to read books? Well reading is good! Reading is perceived as bad because people don’t always read what they want! But when I talk about reading, I mean other kinds of books! Not stories, but personal development! 

Work harder on yourself than you do at anything else!

Read books based on what you want, meaning, if you want to be a professional football player, what will you do? What ever it takes! Go to as many practices as it takes, learn as much as you can, eat the best you can eat, but also read as many books as it takes, subscribe to as many magazines as it takes, take the classes, see the games, so forth. Read the books for what you want to be, not just your interests or what your assigned. Sure Harry Potter is cool, but on top of that, read your personal development!

Personal Development has taught me so many life skills. Reading the right books has taught me and allowed me to hone: 

Control, confidence, awareness, associations, leadership, communication, solutions, goals, achievement, perspective, persistence, organization, determination, accountability, the disciplines, the philosophies, the balance, the power, the choice of freedom.

With patience, now I know how to get what I want, get the grades I want, get the job I want, get the success I want, have the control I want, get the lifestyle I want, live life the way I want! I genuinely want everyone to get what they desire for, aspire for, care for, dare for need for read for. 

I’m not perfect, I’m still learning, but I am in life where I deserve to be. I know I can be anywhere I want in my journey through personal development.  

Reading’s hard? Start with the book, “The Slight Edge” and read 10 Pages of a good book a day. Can’t read a book? Just do 10 pages. Everyday. Don’t stop. No time? 15 minutes of a good audio. Just do it! Try it! I dare you!

What to put in your library: 

  1. Your Viewing Library - Watch good movies! Funny movies are great so are romantic comedies, but informational movies, educational movies, documentaries, those kinds of movies that make a difference in you should go in your library! 
  2. Your Listening Library - Turn your car into a mobile classroom! Audiobooks, CDs; hear what you want to be to be the best that you can be! The average person drives 600 hours in a year! 15 minutes driving to your friends house won’t make too much of a difference. But compounded over time, 600 hours of good audios can make a HUGE difference in you. 
  3. Your Reading Library - What you don’t read won’t help! The book you miss might cost you a fortune! You say “Well how much is it?” Well it isn’t what it costs, it’s what it costs if you don’t have it. that’s the big cost. 
  4. Your Journal/Planner - Create your story, create your book, create your life. Create a vision and make it happen. Plan your life, or life will drag you with its circumstances. Be pulled by your vision rather than drowned by your current circumstances. You can plan your life the way you want it to be or you can let circumstances plan it for you.” [Mike Capridilla]

Never begrudge the money you spend on your own personal education cause that’s where the miracle is! The miracle of your mind!

Here’s what I learned:

Formal education gets you a job; self education gets you rich.

Formal education makes you a living; self education makes you a fortune! 

You say you don’t like to read? I didn’t like to either, but you’ve got to change that. You can’t go through life with that kind of handicap. Do not limp through with a mental handicap of not being able to get through the books and magazines; the stuff that could help get you through life. 

If you will change, everything will change for you. 

List of Good Books: 

  1. How to Win Friends and Influence People -Dale Carnegie
  2. Everyone Communicates Few Connect -John C Maxwell
  3. Think and Grow Rich -Napoleon Hill 
  4. Business of the 21st Century -Robert Kiyosaki
  5. The Slight Edge -Jeff Olson
  6. The Richest Man in Babylon -George Clayson
  7. Achievement -David Byrd
  8. The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership -John C Maxwell
  9. Cashflow Quadrant -Robert Kiyosaki 
  10. JIM ROHN!!! 

*Message me for some good audiobooks!

In other words, let’s read. 

(Yes this is reblogged from me haha. It was too good not to)

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How to keep yourself motivated!


Keeping The Fire Alive

One day at the gym I met some guys that were laughing there asses off on the computers. When I leaned over to find out what video they were watching, it turned out to be a fitness model who combined humor and a plethora of knowledge. After finishing this video, we were all fired up and ready to hit the weights lol. This was when I discovered one of my YouTube mentors, Mr. Greg Plitt.

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love everything.


love everything you can. love the way your life is, accept what you can’t change. love those that love you back, and stop focusing on those that really just don’t care about you.  love who you are.  love your curves.  love your struggles, because without your struggles, you wouldn’t be the person you are at this very moment.  

(Source: megs829, via loveleah)

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For the next 5-7 years, I will work.

How can I use this time? I will not let the days slip by with irresponsibility. I will use every day wisely. 

For the next 5 years I will be training and learning how to run my dad’s business, and after I graduate, I will take over for 2 years, then retire or start a new business like my dream restaurant, or engineer new products, and start my own public speaking business,

For the next 20 years, I will build up my personal business, with lots of breaks and traveling in between. 

For the next 5 years, I will master the stocks, and will not rely on mutual funds, 401Ks, or IRAs, because I am better then that. 

For the next 5 years, I will invest in real estate, to appoint where I become a multimillionaire, and eventually I will own a house in every major city in the world. 

For the rest of my life, I will surround myself with like minded people, to keep me driven.

For the rest of my life, I will work, and work, and work. I will get my hands dirty when necessary, and sometimes I will never even take a scratch, but work will be my best friend.

For the rest of my life, I will work until I make my first billion dollars, then I will rest. I will raise my family off that billion, and keep making more billions passively, when I’m about 30, and I will never have to work a day in my life again. 

For the rest of my life, I will enjoy. I will throw the biggest parties, I will have fun, I will travel, I will go to outerspace, and I will accomplish every single one of the day dreams I have, that 97% of people will never get to do in their entire life. 

Best of all, I will give my children, and many generations over, the best life style they ever had that my family was not able to give me and most cannot provide for theirs. I will never worry about my finances, and study the art of happiness, and in return, I will be there ever moment for children, my wife, my parents, and my god.