How Entrepreneurs Saved Christmas

Merry Christmas, you filthy animal!

Buckle in because here comes an eggnog-fueled rant about why entrepreneurs must exist and how we save Christmas every year.

If you’re an entrepreneur, I love you. Don’t let the Soy-Boy Twinkies, Karen’s, and morons on the news bring you down.

You’re the glue holding everything up because there wouldn’t be an economy without you.

Without you, there wouldn’t be Christmas.

Many households celebrate today only for Jesus.

The Keuilian household doesn’t. We also celebrate entrepreneurs and capitalism.

What I just said, might tussle a few feathers.

Watch tomorrow. 

My name will be blasted all over CNN because of what I said. 

F@ck ’em.

I love Christmas because it represents the pinnacle of entrepreneurship. We’re making the world go round guys.

Think about everything that’s happening right now.

It’s Christmas morning, and kids all across the nation are waking up with smiles on their faces, screaming with joy. Also, because of your hard work and donations, parents in low-income households can have their kids wake up with presents too.

Aren’t we amazing?

I’m getting goosebumps talking about this right now.

And I’m not even close to being done with my rant yet.

Right now, we’re under attack.

We’re being painted as the bad guys.

The media has twisted the narrative so badly on us it’s almost become a crime to be successful.

I know some people who don’t talk about their successes because they don’t want to paint a target on their back.

This is ludicrous.

We shouldn’t be shunned like a leper. Or looked at as the “black sheep” of society.

Without us, the world would be a boring and sh!tty place.

We’re the ones responsible for creating things like:

  • Airplanes
  • Toothbrushes
  • Blockchain
  • Cars
  • Electricity
  • Next day shipping

The list could go on and on.

Everything we use in our day-to-day lives was created by entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurs are the inventors, innovators, trend-setters, and history-creators.

So if you’re an entrepreneur, walk around with your head held high.

Don’t let the media, Karen’s, or government bring you down.

Don’t let these B.S. mandates and lockdowns stop you from living the life you deserve.

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can go outside and make big-ass snowmen.

Right now, we’re in the “winter months” of entrepreneurship.

Things have been tough, yet with winter comes great opportunities.

This is why I want to invite you to the Ignition Mastermind.

Once a year, I host a one-day mastermind meet-up at my HQ in southern California, where I share the branding strategy, lead generation tactics, sales systems, and operational leadership tactics you need to scale your business and profits even faster.

We’re still ironing out the fine lines of what you’ll get, but here’s what will happen on January 21, 2022.

8 AM: We’ll work out at BK Strength

9 – 10 AM: Get ready to eat lunch

11 AM: Meet at HQ, break bread, and network

12 until End of Day: I’ll coach you, do an open Q&A, and my favorite, Hot Seats.

Again, this isn’t the final schedule, but I thought you’d like to get an idea of what you’re getting into.

This isn’t some free mastermind meet-up.

To be in this room, you must:

  • Have an existing business and sales process in place
  • Make at least 6-figures
  • And most importantly, be open and willing to give and receive help.

Why? Because I’ll show you what’s working right now.

To ensure the Ignition Mastermind stays to my high standards, I’ll have my right-hand man, Julian, screening applicants.

I’m in the trenches like you every day, so I’ll show you simple tweaks you can implement in your business to take your income and lifestyle to the next level. And then give you the next 3 moves to make to keep your momentum going.

Some of my best $100,000 year coaching clients will be there.

I’d love for you to meet them.

There are only 7 more spots left, so if this sounds like it’ll help your business, I look forward to seeing you on the 21st!

>>> See if you qualify

Merry Christmas

Bedros