I get so many requests from you from people all around the world asking me to mentor them. And I know that I’m not very accessible and I purposefully make it that way. Because just for my own insanity because of my social media and because I have so many people study my work that at the end of the day. Even with my team, I’m still only one man. I only have 24 hours a day so I cannot possibly mentor everyone. And reply to every single comment otherwise I would have no life but this is the way that I could mentor you where you ride along with me. I answer your question and then so that other people can benefit from that as well.
That’s why I created this YouTube channel for you. But people want to learn from me. This is a way for me to virtually good you that I can also deliver more value and create more impact to more people 24/7. So if you want to learn from me, make sure you comment below. Make sure you just watch all my videos. You will learn a lot from it. Today I want to talk about one of the myths that drive me crazy is do what you love and the money will follow. Bullshit. I don’t know who came up with that concept about like the secret to success is do what you love and the money will follow. It’s one of the most ridiculous ones of the dumbest things.
I’ve ever heard because let me ask you a question. Are you doing what you love and you wonder where the fuck is the money? Or do you know people, they are doing what they love and yet they are struggling financially? I rest my case. That dog doesn’t hurt. Do what you love and the money will follow is like saying, you know what, eat whatever the hell you want and you’ll lose weight. Or sleep with every single person that you meet and you’ll have a great marriage. It’s as stupid as that sounds. It’s not about that, it’s not like you love it and then you’ll do well. It’s nothing to do with that.
When it comes to business success, which is what I know when it comes to business. It’s not about doing what you love and money will follow. Now it helps if you actually enjoy what you do because you do more of it, you get better. It’s not you do what you love, it’s you do what it takes. You do what it takes to be successful. I’ll give you a simple image. Let’s say if you want to lose weight. You go to the gym and you get up in the morning. And you do cardio and you go running for a few miles and you watch out for your diet. You don’t like any of that shit. You do not love it. You do not love going to the gym, pumping those weights, not eating the food that you want. You don’t love any aspect of that, okay?
You want to eat that fucking burger, alright? You want to eat that steak. But like, you want to drink that beer. But ah, fuck man, no I’m I have to. You don’t love any of it, but if you do what it takes and you are going to the gym. You got up every morning and you just you showing up every fucking day consistently over a long period of time. You do what it takes, guess what, you get a result. No difference in business. You’re doing what it takes. It helps if you love what you do, not do what you love, you love what you do. Because here’s the thing about business.
The business world doesn’t give a fuck. The world doesn’t give a fuck. You do what you love, you do not do what you love, they don’t give a fuck. They only care what value you’re providing me as a consumer, as a customer in exchange for my money. Do you understand my needs? Are you solving a problem for me? Are you fulfilling a need for me? If you can do that and I trust you, then I will give you money. That is it. It has nothing to do with that. It has nothing to do with what you love. You do whatever it takes, and if you love the process there are things I could tell you in my business that I do. I do not love them. I do not love them.
When I have to craft a marketing campaign, when I have to deal with people when I have to hire a new person, right? You know one of my friends talks about it jokes about it. You know, the business would be a lot easier if you don’t have to deal with customers and employees. Right, with no customers and no employees it would be a lot easier. Wow, I wish that was the case, but that’s not the case, right? It is like that. There are a lot of things within my business that I do not love. But I need to do them in order to grow the business, in order to sustain the business. I have to do what it takes, right?
Do you think like- I enjoy this. I turn on the camera, answer questions, I enjoy this. I don’t enjoy the work, I don’t enjoy getting all the camera equipment, right. I don’t enjoy, you know, looking over the music and all of that stuff. I don’t enjoy any of that shit. I enjoy just turn on the camera, we talk, I enjoy that part. But the other aspects of what I do that I do not love. But I cannot do what I love without those things. Everyone wants the glory, nobody wants to work for it, right? You want to have the glory, you want a follower if you want to impact people. You want to share your message with the world. You got to do the fucking work.
There are some days, you know, I don’t feel like making a video. I have those days, believe me. But because I commit myself to make a video every day, I am here, right? I show up with- to the best of my ability and I commit. That’s what it takes. You’ve got to do what it takes, it’s not doing what you love, it’s doing whatever the fuck it takes until you get there. That’s the formula for success. So, comment below if you’re getting this if this is making sense to you.
Make sure you hit the subscribe button below and check out my other videos as Boss in the Bentley. So don’t get, don’t believe, don’t buy into that bullshit and that will save you so much time. Forget all your I’m going to find my passion, fuck that passion, do whatever it takes. What if it takes you 20 years to find your quote in quote passion and yet that thing doesn’t work. And that thing doesn’t make you money and that thing doesn’t make you successful. Now fucking what? What are you going to do? Have another ten years, find the next thing that you love. It doesn’t make sense. It does not make sense so just don’t buy into that, okay? Until next time, Boss in the Bentley.