“Success leaves clues.”-Tony Robbins
For most of my life, I never thought about the idea of having a mentor. So what changed?
Nothing in our lives is going to change unless we decide to make it so.
This is one of the reasons why I started Apex Haus, because I believe that we as humans hold all the power we need in order to drastically change our own lives for the better, and I want to help people do that.
One of the ways I was able to do this for myself was to find mentors, which is literally what all the most successful entrepreneurs in the world preach.
I have spent countless hours watching YouTube video after YouTube video, interview after interview, learning and taking in the knowledge and skills that so many of these people offer up FREELY!!
That’s the most important point!! Information is FREE!
And while many of the people I’ve learned from sometimes have a different take or spin on the messages they’re trying to get across, there was something I noticed that every single one of their teachings and messages have in common: find a mentor, and emulate them.
Find people who are where you want to be, learn from them, and do what they did.
We don’t need to reinvent the wheel.
We just have to take advantage of the schematics to make our own wheel.
I used to think “having a mentor” meant you had to have physical or direct access to a person, but that is no longer the case. Anyone you can get information and insight from can be considered a mentor, even if its through the internet.
We are living in the most incredible era of human history, where because of the Internet, we have access to limitless resources, knowledge, education, experience, and mindset… all at the tip of our fingers.
Did you know that our cell phones we have today are more powerful than the computers that more than half of the U.S. presidents had in order to run the country?
Think about that.
You have more power in your pocket than Ronald Reagan had in the white house from a technology standpoint.
Coming to this realization, and deciding to take action with it, has had one of the most profound impacts on my own life, and it’s a realization I hope to bring to more people.
As they say though, you can bring a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink.
I can only help provide and guide you to the information you can use to change your life, but it’s up to you to decide to take action and do something with it.
Below you will find a small handful of some of the most inspirational, motivational, and intelligent thinkers and resources that have helped me personally make drastic improvements in my overall life, and I truly believe they can help you too, if you allow them.