Learn To ‘Stay In Your Lane’ When Building An Empire
Make sure you stay in your own lane when building an “Empire”. Do not succumb to the distraction that are thrown at you on a daily basis. Every month they come with a new distraction to get in the way of your greatness. Through social media they can keep you all distracted 24 hours a day.
People are having arguments with their significant others, family members and friends over this subject with the NFL and much more. While you’re supposed to be building family dynasties, building generational businesses to pass down to your sons, daughters and grandchildren.
We live in a time where it’s “Information Overload, and overly opinionated people are constantly trying to instill their thoughts into your mind.
Example: Lets say you created a powerful plan and when you share that plan with someone else, instead of them adding on to your plan, they’re constantly telling you about their own plans and how you should join their empire. That’s why it best not to share all your business with people who are not on your wavelength and adding to the empire. Yes, you can support others on their plans, but make sure your not distracted off your path to greatness.
My advice is to take back control of your life’s steering wheel, and go at your own pace to build your empire brick by brick. If you’re a true leader, then you must move at your own pace and don’t get caught up by all the distractions out there.
You must remember to slow your mind down, take your time, stay focus and take control of your destiny today. Patients & Persistence is “Key”. “Magnate Lifestyle”
It’s too many people constantly trying to steer you in different directions. So, its easy to get knocked out your lane, if your not focused. You must understand that most people these days are rushing to nowhere, and don’t even know where their going. So why should you get distracted and start following their ideas. Don’t you go following those people to “Hell”. Become your own “Leader”.
Go at your own pace and stay in your own lane. If you don’t have a lane, then it will be best to create one. Remember the turtle always beats the hare, and Rome wasn’t built overnight. Concentrate your forces and enter action with boldness. Don’t just say you’re a hustler, learn how to master a craft and milk the cow that gives you the most milk.
Stop Blaming Yourself, It’s Not Always Your Fault
Don’t treat yourself so bad, that’s when depression creeps in. And that’s what the haters around you want, so they don’t have to be accountable for being “Assholes”. It’s not all your fault why you’re struggling financially, spiritually, mentally, etc.
Most of the time it’s the people your surrounded by. The first 5 people closes to you(Including Spouses, Family Members) plays a large part in your life’s success, and well-being. It’s true about the birds flocking together. Make sure your surrounded by the right people. Make sure they’re supportive of your ideas, plans and goals.
Before the money and success comes, you have to un-clog your mind, body and soul from unwanted baggage that is holding you back. Remember money comes after you get your mind right and don’t succumb to the distractions.
You’re to put yourself first, then family, then friends, then brother/sisterhood, then humanity. Your goal is to discover your life’s purpose and live it to the fullest. Your well-being, spiritual, physical, and mental health is way more important than “Money”.
Live your true purpose, follow your true passions with dogged determination and money will follow you. But patients, commitment, and persistence is “Key”. Stop putting other people before yourself, and don’t make money your GOD, or your Devil because you will give money power over you.
Your goal is to build yourself up from within and attract what you want in this world. Stay in your own lane no matter what, while going after your goals with the necessary stubbornness to reach them. Don’t let anyone get in the way of “Progress”. Stay in your lane…Stay focused!!!
A powerful book I recommend reading is “Mastery By Robert Greene“.