I grew up really poor. So poor that I remember going to bed hungry as a child. I didn't know it at the time, but that scarcity was a gift.
It instilled in me a DEEP sense of urgency and drive to build a life of abundance for myself, my business partners, my social alliances, and my friends.
Somewhere early on in my journey, during my first job at Walmart, I decided that my current situation was a CHOICE, and I took personal responsibility for my own outcomes.
I chose to improve my skills, build my value, improve my peer group, and demand a better life. It's not luck or circumstance that made me a multimillionaire - it was a CHOICE. Poverty is a lifestyle choice, and so is financial success.
I've spent the last two decades helping individuals in 60+ countries all around the world build their own lives of abundance. When you help thousands of people in every situation imaginable, patterns of success start to JUMP OUT AT YOU.