💫 Summary
The video emphasizes the importance of not giving up on dreams despite failures and setbacks, highlighting that failure is a necessary part of success and growth. It encourages individuals to seek failure, extract lessons from it, and use that wisdom to fuel their journey towards achieving their goals. The video also emphasizes the unpredictable nature of life and urges viewers to take risks and pursue their dreams rather than living a life full of regret.
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Failure is not what stops us from reaching our dreams; it's giving up after the first failure.
Those who succeed don't stop at one failure, but keep going despite multiple failures.
Failure is where the lessons are and where growth happens.
Successful people fail a lot more than they succeed, but they learn from their failures and use that wisdom to achieve success.
Practice is controlled failure, pushing yourself to your limits to make adjustments and improve.
Failure helps us recognize areas where we need to evolve and grow.
Embrace failure and love success, because failure is not permanent.
Having a vision and a dream puts you ahead of most people.
Fear of failure can prevent you from taking shots and pursuing success.
Only 1% of people stick with programs or endeavors long enough to see results.
Failure is not permanent; it's just a stepping stone towards success.
The key to success is not fearing failure, but rather having a love for success.
Robert's love for walking outweighed his fear of falling.
It is the love for what you do that motivates you to take action.
Embrace failure and take action without fear.
Death is inevitable and can happen anytime, so it's important to live life exactly the way you please.
Life is unpredictable and can end at any moment.
Death is inevitable and random, regardless of how good of a person you are.
You cannot control death, and it can consume each and every one of us.
It's important to live life to the fullest and do everything you want to do before it's too late.
Take risks and pursue your dreams to avoid a life of regret and missed opportunities.
The speaker regrets not pursuing opportunities and taking chances due to fear and concern about others' opinions.
After contemplating the randomness of death, the speaker would rather take risks and pursue success and happiness than live with regrets.
The speaker emphasizes that life is too short and unpredictable to play it safe and traditional.
The speaker reflects on a missed opportunity to move to Los Angeles and work as a content creator, but expresses determination to chase their dreams relentlessly.
The speaker recently received an offer to move to Los Angeles to work as a content creator and media influencer.
They doubt they can get the necessary legal paperwork to work in the U.S.
The speaker feels like they are letting their dreams slip away once again.
They express a strong desire to chase their dreams relentlessly rather than playing it safe.
Failure is a stepping stone to success, as it provides valuable experiences and wisdom that make you stronger.
Failure is an experience that leads to wisdom and personal growth.
Thomas Edison's perspective on failure: he viewed each failure as a step closer to success.
The journey towards success is filled with failure, but it is what you learn and who you become along the way that matters.
Many people are afraid to fail and avoid taking the journey towards success.
Failure is a necessary step towards success, and it doesn't matter how many times you fail or what others say.
Eight out of ten millionaires have been financially bankrupt.
Successful people didn't rely on talent or destiny, but rather on the struggle and hard work.
Struggle is a sign of being in the midst of greatness and separates the great from the average.
Many people give up during times of hardship, but it's important to keep pushing forward.
00:01Most people don't reach their dream not because of failure
00:05most people don't live their dream because they give up
00:10you see it's not the failure that stops us
00:13but that most stopped at their first failure.
00:16Those who succeed don't stop at one failure
00:20they don't stop at ten failures
00:22they don't stop at a hundred or a thousand or a million
00:27they say "this is my goal, and I will do whatever it takes to achieve it.
00:32I will learn the lessons from any failures
00:35I will learn faster, I will work harder, I will work smarter
00:40and I will not quit until my dream is a reality"
00:45That's the difference between success and failure.
00:48Failure is a massive part of being able to be successful
00:54You have to get comfortable with failure, you have to actually seek failure
00:58failure is where all of the lessons are
01:01you know, when you go to the gym and you work out
01:03you're actually seeking failure, you want to take your muscles to the point where you get to failure
01:09because that's where the adaptation is, that's where growth is.
01:14Successful people fail a lot, they fail a whole lot more than they succeed.
01:19They extract the lessons from the failure, and they use that- the energy
01:25and they use the wisdom to come around to the next phase of success.
01:31Gotta take a shot, you have to live at the edge of your capabilities
01:36you gotta live where you're almost certain you're gonna fail
01:40the reason for practice, practice is controlled failure
01:44you're getting to your limit, getting to your limit, getting to your limit
01:48you can't lift that, you can't do that
01:50until you get to the point that all of a sudden your body makes the adjustment
01:55and then you can do it.
01:57failure actually helps you to recognize the areas where you need to evolve
02:05so fail early, fail often, fail forward.
02:09Failure makes winners stronger, failure makes winners hungrier
02:15but it makes most give up
02:17it makes most feel worthless.
02:20Winners don't enjoy failure
02:23but they would never let failure stop them.
02:26next time you encounter failure
02:28you got to remember every great thing on this planet is here
02:32because the creator learned what did work but learned more from what did not work.
02:39When we are kids, we don't stop at failure
02:43when we first learned to ride a bike, it's failure after failure
02:47we get knocked down time after time
02:50but we get up and push forward, It's so we'll achieve our goal of riding the bike
02:56but then, we get old and most of us get weak
03:03we are too soft to get back on the bike.
03:06We come up with excuses
03:09it must not be for me!
03:12No, you just soft
03:13no, you just lazy.
03:15Tell yourself the truth
03:17get back on the bike
03:19learn why you failed
03:21and make sure you don't fall again
03:23make sure you are stronger for having the lesson.
03:30You know it's always a little bit frustrating to me
03:32when people have a negative relationship with failure.
03:37Fail early, fail often, fail forward.
03:44You're here right now at this moment
03:47because tomorrow you want to be somebody greater than the person you are today.
03:55You see yourself succeeding
03:57you have a vision
03:59you have a dream
04:01Congratulations, you're already ten steps ahead of 95% of the world.
04:09Imagine if Michael Jordan was scared of missing
04:13he would have never taken a shot.
04:16Imagine if Steve Jobs was afraid of people not liking his product
04:21there would be no iPhone.
04:24So, ask yourself this, do you want to be a person who fears failure?
04:29or do you want to be a person who loves success?
04:31which one?
04:32you gonna have to pick today
04:34and I'll tell you one thing
04:36one is a failure, and one is a success
04:40and If you love success, there is nothing that can stop you
04:44all those negative things people say will mean nothing.
04:49They're gonna talk about how only 1% make it to the top
04:53big deal, wanna know something else?
04:58Only 1% stick with that fitness program long enough to see results
05:03only 1% of nerds stick with that video game long enough to get good at it
05:08only 1% of relationships stick it out to the end.
05:12That doesn't mean you have a 1% chance
05:17it just means you can't behave like the 99%
05:22you'll have to do something better than giving up a month from now
05:27those are just numbers.
05:30You want to talk about numbers
05:32take a look around you and take a good look around you
05:36are you like 99% of the people around you?
05:40If you are, then you're in the wrong video my friend
05:43You have to love success just as much
05:45because that's gonna allow you to get up and go for it.
05:50Being scared to fail won't do anything
05:54in fact, when you love success and you start going for it
06:00guess what happens?
06:02You're gonna fail, you're gonna fail ten times, a hundred times
06:06maybe even a thousand times, but that's okay
06:11failure isn't permanent
06:15falling isn't permanent.
06:18You get right back up and keep going
06:21and this time you're gonna be stronger, wiser and you'll be more driven than ever
06:28and for every ten failures, you'll land one success.
06:34You have to love success so much
06:36that you're willing to fail ten times before you can succeed once
06:40that's how a winner does it
06:44I wanna explain the biggest myth that most people think leads them to success
06:49and here's the myth
06:51You might believe if you're scared to fail you won't fail.
06:59Lies, biggest myth ever
07:03and I believed it.
07:04You see, I always thought that being scared to fail in life
07:10would literally keep me from failing
07:14I would look at the losers around me and I would say
07:17" sheesh, I never want to turn out like him"
07:22I really believed this train of thought would help me succeed
07:26until one day
07:28I was walking down the street and I saw an old man
07:32had a hat, suspenders and a cane
07:35was about 80 years old.
07:38This old man was barely walking, he could walk but the cane helped a lot, he was struggling.
07:45So anyway, he was walking across the street and he ended up falling
07:49so I went over to go help him
07:51and he gets up says “thank you” and we introduce ourselves
07:55had a little conversation, told me his name and I told him mine
07:58his name was Robert by the way
07:59and right as he walked away I told him, this is what I said
08:04“Robert, you should stay inside where it's safe my friend”
08:08and Robert turns around and says to me
08:12“I love walking, and I love walking way more than I'm afraid of falling”
08:18So, I asked him well
08:21"what about your safety? don't you want to live?"
08:25and he told me this, these are the exact words he said, he said this
08:29“Solo, living means doing what you love to do
08:33and if I have to fall here and there to do what I want to do in life, then so be it”
08:40and he just walked away, never saw him again, that was it.
08:44But that statement really had me thinking and it had me thinking hard
08:48because I learned something that day.
08:51That's when I realized the true key to success
08:55you see, I always thought if I could just fear the act of failing and if I fear it like crazy
09:03I will succeed
09:05because I thought the fear would magically motivate me to get out there and start taking action
09:11but after that day uh-uh
09:14I realized something
09:16I realize it's the love for success that will lead me to succeeding.
09:23So, just imagine if Robert feared falling
09:27would he even start walking?
09:29of course not
09:31he wouldn't even do what he loved to do
09:34he would sit at home and take no type of action
09:39but he loved walking
09:41wasn't even scared to fall
09:44it gave him life
09:46that's what allowed him to get up and do it.
09:48He loved walking so much, he was willing to fall 10 times a day just to do it
09:55and you have to be the same
09:57So the next time someone tells you “you're gonna fail”
10:01you know what you tell them
10:04Tell them they're right
10:07but you're not afraid to fail, you're not afraid to take action
10:11you're not afraid to jump
10:15you're gonna fail 10 times but you know what
10:18It's cool because on the 11th time you'll succeed
10:25oh, you'll succeed alright
10:27and it will feel good
10:29and while you're over here living the life of your dreams in complete happiness
10:35guess where they're gonna be?
10:38That's right, they'll be failures, the real failures
10:43over there where it's safe, scared to fail
10:48ironic, isn't it?
10:52You know
10:53a lot of people come up to me and they ask me "Marco
10:56what is it that motivates you most?”
10:58and to answer their question, I reply back with a question
11:01I say “what if I told you that you had one week left to live?”
11:08would you regret not pursuing your dreams, passions and desires?
11:13would you regret not living your life to the fullest?
11:16would you regret not spending as much time with your family, friends, or loved ones?
11:21You know Steve Jobs said in a speech one time that
11:24he used to wake up every morning, look in the mirror and ask himself questions like this
11:30and he said that if the answer was yes for too many days in a row
11:34then he knew that he had to change something
11:36and that should go for all of us.
11:39If you're living a life that you would not be okay with losing
11:43because you weren’t able to do things you wanted to do
11:46then now you know that you need to change something.
11:49Life is simply too short and unpredictable
11:54to not live exactly the way that you please.
11:58It is ridiculously unpredictable
12:00it is possible that on any given day to die at any point throughout that day
12:06without ever being able to see it coming.
12:09you know when I was 13, I had this teacher who was an absolutely amazing person
12:13I’d known him for several years then
12:15and he had two kids, a loving wife, he was a man of God
12:19contributed to the community, he gave us everything that he had
12:22and he would bike to school every single day
12:25I always remember him coming to school on his bike
12:27and one morning on his way to school, It was early in the morning
12:31he was crossing an intersection, a reckless driver comes out of nowhere
12:34hits him, he dies on the spot on the moment of impact.
12:39His death taught me so many valuable things in life
12:42and one of them being that it went on to show
12:45that no matter how much you don't deserve to die
12:48and no matter how good of a person you are
12:51and no matter what your situation is, no matter anything
12:54it goes to show that death is inevitable and random
12:57and it will eventually consume each and every single one of us
13:02whether it's in 50 years, in 10 years, next year, or even tomorrow.
13:06You cannot control it
13:08the people around you cannot control it.
13:10As long as you're at the wrong place at the wrong time
13:14your whole life could disappear in the blink of an eye
13:17along with everything you wished you could have done
13:20whether you're walking down the street
13:22whether you're stepping into the elevator
13:23whether you're walking down the stairs
13:25whether you're, whether you're just existing.
13:27Listen you'll see people from nowhere die of a heart attack, gone
13:31no family history, no symptoms, no cause, nothing
13:34it happens and that's the cruel life that we live in
13:38and it's something that we cannot control.
13:40So, what I wanna make clear
13:42is that regardless of the path that you take in your life
13:45at one point death will consume you
13:48it doesn't care whether you floss your teeth in the morning
13:51whether you raise a family or not
13:53whether you go on to be rich, poor, a success, a failure
13:56whether whatever, you are still going to die at one point, it is that simple
14:01and knowing that you're going to die soon should be the biggest motivation
14:05to both make the difficult decisions in life
14:07and to get your ass out of bed in the morning.
14:10So, now the question becomes, what is it that you truly have to lose?
14:17If you pursue your dreams and you fail
14:20sure you might be a little bit more financially unstable
14:23you might experience stress or other feelings you wish you never had to experience
14:27but either way, even if you fail you will end up back to where you started
14:32which is where you are now.
14:33So, what do you literally have to lose?
14:35some of you right now, you're thinking about maybe starting a business
14:38you have a great idea that you wanna incorporate into your lifestyle
14:41maybe you're thinking about pursuing your dreams to the fullest
14:43maybe you're thinking about putting in the work
14:45to become a doctor, an engineer, a firefighter, a professional athlete
14:49but some of you won't follow these ambitions because you're afraid
14:52you're afraid to fail, you let the fear of failure dictate your actions
14:56and you're afraid of what mom or papa thinks
14:58you're afraid of what your sister, your brother thinks
15:00or your grandpa, your grandma or your cousins or whoever.
15:03But what truly matters is, is you
15:06you are in possession of a gift
15:08you have a talent and whatever that talent is
15:10you can make yourself and the people around you a stronger and better place with it.
15:15But sometimes the only way to do that is to take a risk
15:17at one point, you have got to take a leap
15:21if you wanna make that gift that you have become a reality
15:25otherwise, society will gladly accept you as a nine-to-five slave
15:29working just to pay off your rent and to stay alive and to live for the weekend
15:33which is the absolute worst way to live.
15:37If you don't jump believe me, if you don't pursue your gift
15:41you will live a life full of regret
15:43and your gift, your dreams, everything that you ever had to offer to the world
15:47will die with you.
15:49From firsthand experience, I am pissed off at myself
15:54I'm pissed off and I regret so much in my life, I can't even fathom explaining it.
16:00Not about, not about what I've done but what I haven't done
16:04all the opportunities that I turned down and all the chances that I never took
16:08just because I was afraid or because I was worried about what other people think
16:13and I officially decided to sit down, I sat down for weeks
16:17I didn't, I didn't just think of what I'm saying right now, I didn't think of it overnight
16:20this is months, this is months of thinking and I just sat down and I just wrote
16:25and after comparing the randomness of death
16:28versus the chance of you failing while relentlessly pursuing your dreams
16:32versus the chance of you living a terrible life because you failed at pursuing your dreams
16:37versus just calling it a day right now and living a traditional western world lifestyle
16:42versus everything you can think of, versus absolutely everything.
16:46And I can gladly say that right now, as of this moment right here
16:49I would rather live each day as if it were my last
16:54and take every risk possible in these sacred moments that I have on earth now
16:59to make myself as successful and happy as possible
17:03than to be sitting in my deathbed when I'm 90 years old regretting not taking a chance
17:09and thinking about what my life could have been if I had just jumped when I was 18
17:13or when I was 15 or when I was 22, because tomorrow is not a promise
17:18I would rather die trying to live my dreams
17:22than to live a longer life filled with regrets.
17:29Life is too short and too unpredictable to live it safe
17:34I've seen it firsthand, It is not worth it to live it safe, basic and traditional
17:39but do you know why most people choose to live that safe life over taking risks in their life?
17:44I mean there's a pretty good argument not to
17:46but why would you- why would you take a risk
17:48that puts you through stress, puts your family through stress
17:51makes you lose sleep, makes you lose time, makes you put in the extra work
17:55makes you take ridiculous chances that are 1 to 1,000
17:58you know, but before I even continue
18:00the fact that I'm even sitting here and talking it is astonishingly ridiculous on its own
18:05the chance of you being born is 1 to 400 Trillion
18:11that number is so big you cannot even wrap your head around it.
18:14But okay, what what I wanted to say was that
18:17the reason why people don't want to take these risks
18:20is because right now they feel like they got a lot to lose
18:24and that their current situation is relatively nice
18:27and most importantly right now, they are comfortable.
18:31They got used to living basic within society standards
18:34being with their friends every now and then, being more rested
18:37they got comfortable, and when you get comfortable you don't wanna move
18:41and that comfort zone, I like to call it the danger zone
18:44because this comfort zone will persuade you to stay in there for as long as possible
18:50and it is -I know, I know how it is, I know the comfort zone-
18:53It is so convincing, it is so hard to escape comfort, I know
18:58and as it persuades you to stay in there, you will literally unconsciously
19:03-see I'm so serious when I say this-
19:05you will literally see your whole life go right by you
19:10and the main reason that I'm serious about this now
19:13is because I am pissed off for greatness.
19:16I wanna move mountains and like Ray Lewis once said
19:19“if you're not pissed off for greatness then you're okay with being mediocre”
19:23and I am definitely not okay with being average and I don't think anyone should be.
19:27But anyways
19:30to address why I'm even talking about any of this at all in the first place
19:33is because I recently got an offer to move out to Los Angeles, California
19:37to live with two other entrepreneurs as a content creator and media influencer.
19:42And it makes me sad because
19:44it's opened up my eyes to see what I truly have in store for me
19:47what's waiting for me out there in the future.
19:49And it's just a tiny glimpse of what I'm capable of achieving within my short life.
19:53However, I doubt that I could get the right legal paperwork done in order to move to the U.S
19:58to work for a job such as YouTube which is really not in the control of the government
20:02and the last thing that I wanna do is to go to the U.S. to work an illegal job as an illegal immigrant.
20:07So as of this moment, I feel like I have to pass up yet another opportunity
20:12and it makes me feel like I just keep letting my dreams slip from my hands once more
20:16and now that I've seen the reality of what is possible
20:19this house in LA next to the beach in California with the huge city
20:22great weather and working a job that I would absolutely love and live for
20:26with people who share the exact same dream and vision.
20:29It has me thinking like hell yeah, I would gladly die chasing this dream relentlessly
20:35then never chase it at all and play it safe
20:38and being trapped within my own mind of thinking about what my life could have been.
20:42I hope to do more videos like this where I speak
20:44because they're really like a therapy for me
20:46and it helps me get my mind off things
20:48and hopefully some people can be influenced by what I'm actually saying.
20:51I would also like to say that I think education is extremely important
20:56and plays a crucial role into bringing success into your life and that knowledge is power.
21:00The best thing in life is to always have a back-up plan
21:03and take into consideration, what if something goes wrong?
21:06and it's something that every role model that I look up to tries to enforce.
21:09But I feel like education will always be here for me to come back to
21:13whether I'm 20, 25, 40 or whatever
21:16and I think that I have an amazing idea, vision, passion and drive
21:20now in my peak and that I'm able to capitalize on
21:23which makes me feel like I'm throwing it away if I don't pursue it
21:27and the biggest response that I've been getting recently is
21:30Marco, what if it fails?
21:32which I mean yeah like, what if it fails?
21:34but that's the whole point of taking a chance with things like startup companies or entrepreneurship
21:38it's ridiculously high risk
21:39like, what if I get hit by a car? what if I lose my wallet?
21:42or better yet, what if this succeeds?
21:45you know, it's easy to be negative or to be close-minded
21:48but I think it's easier to be optimistic and to be open-minded.
21:51and please do yourself a favor which is a separate topic on its own for another time
21:55but try to surround yourself with people who impose and promote positivity and good vibes
22:01you will notice the tremendous effect that it has on your lifestyle.
22:05Starting your own business or being self-employed although preferable
22:09doesn't exactly require any kind of diploma or degree.
22:12And I think that with a proper business plan
22:14and with the drive that people like you who are watching this video, fuel me with
22:20I feel like I can accomplish anything.
22:22If you're still listening, I love you, mad respect, that's true loyalty right there
22:27nevertheless, this has been Marco.
22:28I hope you all have a great rest of the day
22:31and goodbye
22:35I had a lot of fail, I fail for funny things
22:38that I failed a key primary school test for two times
22:42and I failed like a three times for the middle school
22:48you know for three years I tried to fill into the universities
22:51so I applied for jobs, for thirty times got rejected
22:56I went for police they said “no, you're not good”
22:59I went to even the KFC, when KFC come to China, come to my city
23:05You applied?
23:0624 people went for the job, 23 people accepted, I was the only guy.
23:13And we went for police five people, four of them accepted, I was the only guy didn’t receive it.
23:20So, to me being turned down, rejected
23:23Oh, by the way I told you that I applied for Harvard for ten times rejected
23:29I know I’d be rejected, I just wanted to see
23:31they are sorry now
23:34One of the things you got to understand my friend
23:36is that you're supposed to fail
23:39you're supposed to fail, because failure is the stepping stone to success
23:45you need the logical reason why
23:47Because failure is an experience that lends to wisdom
23:53that ultimately makes you a stronger version of yourself.
23:57Maybe you got test anxiety, I don't know
23:59but the worst thing you can do is quit talk to your professor
24:02I'm not a 100% sure but I know that you cannot quit.
24:06Just because you fail doesn't make you a failure.
24:12Another one of these cliches or cliches stories
24:16is about Thomas Edison right
24:18when a reporter asked him
24:20you know “what is it? how did you feel about failing a 1000 times?”
24:24And he said “no, I didn't fail a 1000 times
24:27I just found a 1000 different ways that it wasn't gonna work”
24:30And that's what, that's what's happening with you.
24:32But every time he found a way that didn't work he was adding to his journey
24:36he was growing stronger, he learned something, discovered something
24:41you're discovering something about yourself
24:42and you're exercising your character
24:44every time you get up and try something, move in the direction of something.
24:49Even if you don't get the thing, it's not about the thing
24:51it's not about making the basketball team, it's not about making million dollars
24:54and it's not about the light bulb.
24:56It's about what you learned along the way
24:59who you become along the way
25:01and you're on the journey, guess what the journey is hard
25:04the journey is riddled with failure and that's why most people don't do it
25:08most people aren’t willing to get on that journey because they're afraid to fail.
25:11You my friend have failed congratulations
25:13It's the greatest thing that ever happened to you
25:15because it shows that you're alive, it shows that you did something
25:18and it shows that you're growing stronger
25:22now go and fail again
25:23I hope, I hope you guys who watch these videos, I hope you gonna fail a thousand times
25:27Keep going in out there and failing.
25:29You know what that means, every time you fail it means to me
25:31it tells me that you're doing something.
25:38See a lot of people because they don't want to make any mistakes, that takes us to the next level.
25:41Lot of people don't wanna fail, fear failure, fear of success
25:46and guess what else, fear the unknown.
25:49You know what Winston Churchill said about courage Pat?
25:51he said courage is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm
25:57So you wanna courageously hold on to your dream and not lose enthusiasm.
26:02A guy in Los Angeles all over the front page of the newspaper
26:06he just passed the bar after taking it 48 times
26:11he had more than enough reason and excuses not to take it
26:15his son has a law firm, he could have been a legal assistant, a clerk.
26:21And people all of a sudden used to laugh at this guy
26:24he was a laughingstock, people will do that to you.
26:26You know people talk about John Kennedy Jr, failing the bar.
26:29Did you read in the newspaper that he passed? I didn't see that
26:32but did they make as big of a deal about him passing as they did when he failed?
26:35No, you know why? people like to see you fail
26:38they like to see that, people are like that, I don't know why it's set up like that
26:42I was on the expressway, traffic was jammed up
26:44you know what was happening It was an accident
26:46but people pulled over to the side to get out of their car to go and look
26:51to see somebody else's suffering.
26:52That's why talk shows are so popular, some people like to hear other people's misery
26:56they get caught up in that
26:58then they go and magnify it in their own life because that's all they focus on
27:02who decided it doesn't matter how many times I fail, I'm going to courageously pursue it.
27:06I don't care what people say, I don't care what they think
27:08this is something that I want, that gives my life meaning and value
27:11and you constantly remind yourself after every defeat, after every setback
27:16every time you get knocked down, I've got a saying
27:18“if life knocks you down, try and land on your back because if you can look up you can get up”
27:23See a lot of people because of failure they stop, they stop believing.
27:27Let me share something with you, you will fail your way to success
27:31Yes, eight out of ten millionaires have been financially bankrupt.
27:34You will fail your way to success.
27:37It doesn't matter how many times you fail
27:39it doesn't matter how many times people tell you that you can't do it
27:42it doesn't matter if you don't have a dime in the bank
27:45you will fail your way to success.
28:00There's something about the way we perceive success
28:04that results in one of the greatest tragedies of our time
28:08and that's the belief that successful people
28:12the ones at the top of their game, that talent is what punched their ticket
28:16that destiny brought them to the finish line
28:20and that's wrong
28:23it's wrong because it takes the journey, the struggle, the scratching and clawing
28:29that it took to get to the top of the mountain and throws it out the window
28:34it completely mitigates what's most important.
28:41In the real world, the one we are living in
28:46It doesn't matter who you are, you are never entitled to a result.
28:50Victory is a product of the fight
29:02The biggest favor you can ever do for yourself
29:05as you progress through life's up and downs
29:07through the good and the bad, when things get rough
29:10is know that you are going through what every successful person
29:15every champion, every innovator has gone through in the history of mankind.
29:24struggle is beautiful
29:27it’s a sign
29:29that you are in the midst of what separates great from average.
29:35It's a necessary step and it's the most important step you will ever take
29:39because 99% of people can't see past it
29:44right the world sees struggle, sees hardship as a time to pack it up
29:49to walk away, to be intimidated.
29:53But the best, I'm telling you they look at struggle differently.
30:00Just like you can't get fit without blood, sweat and tears at the gym
30:05you can't make deals without the hustle
30:08you can't make things happen if you don't move forward in the face of adversity.
30:14When the word no is staring you in the eyes
30:20It's all a part of the process
30:23Winners walk on
30:28If you want something bad enough, you know that being uncomfortable is an ingredient
30:34if you want to be the best, your mindset has to reflect the best
30:39right, let others focus on the tip of the iceberg
30:42you know, excellence lies in everything underneath the surface in what cannot be seen.
30:48So take mediocrity and make it excellence
30:51Take what’s yours and hold it up for the world to see
30:56because what hurts now
30:59in the present is the very same thing that will transform your life down the road
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