Bill Gates walks into a bar…
Bill Gates walks into a bar…
A study of drivers in Sweden revealed that 90% of people consider themselves to be an “above average” driver.
To be average is to be the best of the worst, or the worst of the best.
Do you want average health? Exactly halfway between a heart attack waiting to happen, and an olympic athlete?
To have average relationships with your loved ones? Not quite a wife-beating child abuser, but not exactly parent or partner of the year either.
How about earning the “average” wage?
Enough to live in the “average” home.
Driving the “average” car. Going on “average” holidays.
Running an average business.
Imagine sitting down with your newborn child, your firstborn, and explaining to them that they have their whole lives ahead of them – they can be and do anything they want to.
Would you tell them to aim for “average”?
When you could tell them to raise the average. To be the anomaly that drags the average skywards.
When Bill Gates walks into a bar, the average wealth of each drinker is more than a billion dollars.
Be like Bill.
Who the hell wants to be average?
ps. The average resident of Dade County, Florida is born Hispanic and dies Jewish.
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I know I am better organised, better planned and prepared and more likely to succeed sooner, thanks to their wisdom and experience.”
Could you DOUBLE your business 1% at a time?
Could you grow your business by just 1% this week? That doesn’t sound too hard, does it? Well, if you could grow your business by just 1% every week, after 69 weeks, you’d have DOUBLED your business!
These 1% gains are the same techniques used by the British Cycling Team that helped them turn a bunch of “also-rans” into world beaters, notching up forty-two medals in the last four Olympics, as well as winning six of the last seven Tour De France races.
The One Percent Club will show you EXACTLY how to implement these 1% gains into your business, and how they can stack up to REALLY grow your business.
John released his first book “Big Ideas… for Small Businesses” in 2017, and it shot straight to the #1 bestseller list for Small Business and Entrepreneurship on Amazon, outselling books by Richard Branson, Alan Sugar and Duncan Bannatyne combined.
Since then, it’s sold thousands and thousands of copies all over the world, and attracted more than 100 five-star reviews. But more importantly, it’s changed the lives of small business owners all over the world, who now understand that running a lifestyle business isn’t a bad thing.
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