The other day I got a message from someone thanking me for the content I’ve been putting out recently.
The reality is I should be thanking YOU for the kick@ss support and feedback I’ve been receiving on my YouTube channel recently.
But something stood out to me that I need to address.
He said he wanted to be like me.
Look, I don’t care if it’s me, Elon Musk, or the President of the United States.
Don’t strive to be like anyone – especially this current president.
We aren’t your hero.
Or your knight in shining armor.
I share this with you because I’m just an average dude with an above-average work ethic that is unwilling to quit.
And even though one of them listed above is a genius and the other…well might not have a properly functioning brain…
…you should never place them or me on a pedestal.
So then, here’s the bad news – no one is coming to save you.
I hate to break it to you but placing people on a pedestal because you think they have all the answers isn’t going to fix your life.
And I’m here to tell you it shouldn’t be them on that pedestal, it should be you.
You see, this pedestal has your name on it because it is the pedestal of your life.
You alone are responsible for your life.
You will never be able to be me just like I will never be able to be you.
That’s what makes us all unique.
And that’s the good news…
…you have your own unique path to forge!
So rather than trying to emulate someone you’re not, start emulating what the 2.0 version of yourself would look like.
And realize that the only person that can save you is yourself.
That the true power for change lies within you.
And that hero on your pedestal of life should always be you.
P.S. If you’re ready to become the hero in your own story then join me at the next MDK Project Class.
We have some huge things planned for the Project that I can’t wait to share.