Most people’s advice to others is almost always to do exactly what they’ve done. If you know what they’ve done in the past, then you ALREADY know what their advice is.
Ask Alex Hermozi for some good advice? Learn to sell.
Ask Codie Sanchez? Buy boring businesses.
Ask Brandon Turner? Get into real estate.
Ask Mr Beast? Start making great YouTube videos.
People almost always think that what they’ve done is appropriate for other people and say things like, “If I can do it, then so can you!”
Tough love time…Most people aren’t the same and can’t just do the exact thing that the guru wants you to believe is possible. – Truth Cake
Knowing who you are, and what’s possible for you is not easy but it’s possible. Most people either are overly ambitious and optimistic, and others are buried in a victim mentality that needlessly keeps them stuck.
Learn who you are, release your mental constraints, and look at whom you would have asked for advice and realize that there’s a 99% chance that if you DID ask them for advice, they would just say to do the exact same thing they’ve done. – Truth Cake.
When’s the last time you asked some person for advice, and when they gave it, you realized it was exactly what you already knew?