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  • Charlsie Pecoraro

9 Lessons to Build Your Empire and Leave a Lasting Legacy



Are you building your business and creating a legacy? Dr. Andy Wood sent me a link to Grant Cardone's 9 Lessons to Build Your Empire and Leave a Lasting Legacy recently and a couple of the points had significant impact on planning for my business. Personally, I create wealth to enjoy travel and other experiences in life. Here are a few of my favorites from the article. I encourage you to click on the link below to read the entire text for yourself.


#1 Work is a Privilege - You don't have to work, you get to work. Shifting your mindset from work being a chore to work being a privilege encourages you to truly appreciate the opportunities available to you.


#2 You don't have to like what you do to love what you do. (Huh? )We have all scrolled through motivational quotes saying something along the lines of "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life". The fact is that no matter what you do work is work. Sometimes you will have to do things that you don't particularly like to do.



#3 10x Everything - to achieve anything big you'll need to set massive goals. Most entrepreneurs are playing too small. 10x your goals and you'll 10x your commitment. I have already put this into motion in my own company and can see the results!


Read the article by clicking here!





 

On Friday I joined Brooke Goff at her store, Domke Market, to learn all about her Wine of the Month Club. She offers three affordable options: The Taster, The Explorer (Me) & The Collector. Click here to watch our Facebook Live Video describing March's selections. For more information on how to sign up for the club click here.



Domke Market's Wine Club - The Explorer (March)


 

Let's give a warm welcome to the newest member of Meet da' Boss VIP's. RSI Restaurant Services, Inc is owned by Wally Lathem and has been serving the commercial needs of the community for 30 years. Read all about the team next week on meetdaboss.com.



 

Have a wonderful Mardi Gras if you are celebrating!

Keep shopping & supporting local!


Charlsie

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