For years, I played video games.
I enjoyed acquiring new skills, abilities, etc…
So I could obliterate my competitors.
I’d play the game so well it’d only take a matter of days for me to complete it.
I’ll never forget the day I destroyed EVERYONE in a Call Of Duty room.
Quick scoping everyone.
Afterwards, I looked at T, and said–
You see, my virtual world was incredible, but in reality I still had nothing.
That day I said ‘’fuck this! I’m quitting video games!’’
Shortly after, I joined a kick boxing gym, and started training to acquire attributes so I could destroy my
I played that game until I became 4x WORLD kickboxing champion.
And then, I decided to get into making money.
Whether it was learning the basics of marketing, copy, etc, etc…
I LEARNED IT ALL
So could I could acquire more exp than my competitors and win the game.
The mindset of playing video games has stayed with me FOREVER.
The only difference?
My video game of choice now is the REAL WORLD.
I still do get numbers on a screen.
But, these numbers on a screen I can exchange for Lambos, mansions, and trips to Dubai.
YOU DO NOT GET THIS WHEN PLAYING OTHER VIDEO GAMES
To me, life is pretty simple.
It’s a game of Sims.
It’s Mortal Kombat.
It’s Call of Duty.
All wrapped in one, with the best graphics.
Everyone should be playing it, and get good at it.
I have the cheat codes, here