A quick blog post this week on someone that I think you should all know, if you don’t already. One of my mentors is Andy Frisella. He may not know that he’s my mentor, but I think he’s one of the people I can count on one hand that has helped me beyond words. Andy Frisella has become my go to guy for inspiration and practical strategy as an entrepreneur. He can be a tough pill for some people to swallow because of his direct and unabashed honesty, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. If you’ve never listened to his podcast, The MFCEO Project, you’re doing yourself a major disservice.
The reason I love the quote in this photo, is because it calls upon the law of attraction and the rules of the universe. What you think, you become. If you think you’re going to be successful, tell yourself that every single day and create a vivid visual of what that looks like, your brain will find a way to manifest it. If you focus on things that don’t drive you towards your goal (drugs, alcohol, TV watching, scrolling Facebook, staring at a wall, etc) you’ll get exactly the result that comes along with those things. That result is the status quo. You’ll be one of those people that thinks “why can’t I get a break?”. “That guy is so lucky.” Blah, blah, blah. The truth is, luck has nothing to do with it.
To become the best, you have to feed yourself with the best. The best thoughts. The best information. The best mentors. The best peers. Surround yourself with people playing at the level you want to be at. When I meet Andy face to face, I will shake his hand and thank him eternally for what he does by giving back his experiences and sharing his successes and struggles with the world. If by some small chance you’re reading this Andy; thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! What you do matters and you’ve changed my life immensely.
You can check him out at the links below. If you’ve never listened, but your big boy / girl pants on because he is unfiltered. I hope you enjoy his content as much as I do and that it helps you achieve more in whatever it is you do. If you do, please share it with someone that you think it will help.