Mon, 20 November 2017
Jesse Elder has made an incredible impact on my mindset.
The first time we had a conversation, his words resonated with me so deeply that they've rung in my ears since.
That conversation went something like this:
He said life is the process of harvesting seeds that have been planted a long time ago. If you want to make changes in your life, the only way to do that is to start planting new seeds.
I’ve thought about this idea quite a bit. I’ve since had Jesse on the podcast several times. He has become a dear friend, and that process of planting and harvesting new seeds has always stuck with me.
It is so important to plant those seeds, to make incremental changes about where you’re going to go next.
That is how you create your future. Today’s episode of the podcast features the live Q&A session with Jesse from The Capitalism Conference (formerly Freedom Fast Lane Live) 2015.
In this session, Jesse shares this thought:
“If we can approach life from a position of creativity, and we see ourselves as a creator, not a competitor, then all of a sudden that person with the bank balance or the six pack or the marriage or the family, all of those things they may have, no longer becomes a threat to our ego.”
How do we create to solve the world’s greatest problems? That’s a question we explore at The Capitalism Conference, held this December 7-9 in Austin, Texas.
Join billionaires and multimillionaires who have built brands and invested the profits to change not only their lives but the lives of people around the world. The conference is coming up fast, so grab your tickets today.