Success is a fascinating thing because every individual on the planet has their own definition of the word.
The dictionary defines success as a “favorable or desired outcome”
This is SO genius because it means that, not only can everyone have their own definition, but that THERE IS ENOUGH SUCCESS TO GO AROUND!
For some people, success is having the necessities…
For others, it’s making loads upon loads of money…
BUT, no matter what your definition of the word is, there is something that so many people miss out on when pursuing success.
Any idea what it is?
Have you ever heard that saying, “Success Breeds Success”?
Believe it or not, there is something so powerful about rubbing shoulders with highly successful people.
How do you know who's truly successful though? The best way for you to know if they’re successful is to ask yourself two simple questions:
1.) Are they the type of person that you hope to be (character traits, qualities etc.) and,
2.) Do they have the things that you want to have? (Could be material objects, status, expertise etc.)
When you find someone that you can answer ‘yes’ to those two questions, do whatever you can to be apart of their circle.
You see, when you rub shoulders with successful people (the people that are who you aim to become), there are natural born opportunities that arise from your mere association with them.
One of the best ways that I know of to be in the presence of successful people is to attend as many workshops and conferences as you can. Where else do you get the opportunity to be in the same room with these successful people, have lunch with them and ask them questions?
There are approximately 17,000+ dealerships in the United States today. Including every employee, how many people work in the retail car business? LOTS! …
Yet, there are very few who attend conferences.
There is no question that these conferences come with a price tag, but you absolutely, 100% CANNOT let the price of success, cost you your success.
Listen, I am not involved with any particular conference for financial gain. I have just come to learn that if you want to be successful, you need to get connected with other like-minded, successful individuals and I don’t know any other better place than at the plethora of workshops and conferences going around.
One of the next ones you can see me at will be the Internet Sales 20 Group in Boston this coming September.
Supercharge the achievement of your personal definition of success. Start rubbing shoulders with successful people.
Have questions? Hook me up in the comments below.