In the early part of my entrepreneurship journey, I used to think luck was for the lucky.
But I soon realized that you can make your own luck.
And if a guy like me can make his own luck by:
- Become the top salesman when I was a personal trainer
- Build Fit Body into a multimillion-dollar franchise
- Go from speaking in a room of 10 people to a conference of 10,000 people.
You can too.
Now instead of you trying to figure out how to make your own luck, I want to show you how to make your own luck today.
So here is my method for making your own luck:
Pick a high-income skill and become undeniably great at it.
Now I get it, nothing lucky about that.
But the reason why it’s lonely at the top is people aren’t willing to hone these money-making skills.
Most people aren’t willing to spend months, years, or decades to hone their skills.
This skill can be learning sales, writing sales pages, or running Facebook ads.
(These are just a few of the skills I look for people in my team.)
Here’s why you need to get good at a skill:
When you become undeniably great at a skill, you’re prepared to meet opportunities that normally no one gets to see.
And when you’re great at something:
- You can go on any camera and teach people how they can do it.
- Join any Facebook group and offer immediate advice.
- Hop into any Zoom meeting and provide real-time feedback.
I share this with you because when you’re able to become undeniably great at a high-income skill, your network AND net worth will expand.
Because as soon as somebody in your network needs help in that area you’ve now developed into a skill.
They’re gonna think of you. They’re gonna reach out.
And guess what?
Those days, months, and years you spent honing your skills will be your “lucky” break.
So start becoming undeniably great.
And watch your “luck” start to magically appear.
P.S. If you’re a business owner and want to see how I help my coaching clients get “lucky” by fixing their bottlenecks, doubling their revenue, and creating systems that allow them to work on their business rather than in it – click here.