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Okay so if they have ownership of a Lamborghini then you are taking their advice. If not you are finding the next person with a Lambo. And this point it seems no one can convince you otherwise. Even MJ but he doesn’t currently have a Lambo so I guess you can’t listen to him anymore.

Can you walk me through some of the finer details of your lambo mentor system...

Scenario one - you are taking advice from someone with a lambo and studying their ways. But they sell the lambo! Do you instantly have to find someone else or is there like a 30 day cool down period? Can you let me know how this works???

Scenario two - same as above except they didn’t sell it - they crashed it. Now this one is tricky cause they didn’t respect the almighty business power of the Lambo - can you still trust them? What would happen in this scenario? Do you have to cut all contact???

Third scenario - one person with one lambo says something useful. But then another person with another lambo says the OPPOSITE thing. Is there some system to determine which lambo has the higher ranking so you know which advice to take? Maybe mileage or horsepower or would it be as simple as the price tag?

Last scenario - someone wins a lambo at a airport raffle. Now this one might seem simple but they did Enter said raffle so it wasn’t fully luck. In some ways the lambo chose them. Is this now a person you can trust?

Can you please help clear up some of the finer points in the lambo = mentor system.

I’m very curious when the lambo gives its owner almost magical business powers and when it does not.

Even MJ doesn't have currently have a lambo, that's fine.
He wrote 2 books.

I am the Audience of MJ who is paying/giving my attention his words in the forum.
I am the Audience of MJ who is paying/giving my attention to his 2 books.
I am investing my valuable time on his work & the forum.

I was telling myself - Why Did I ignore/skip TFL Forum before and Just Figured it out this year - As I was focusing on Facebook Groups! I can't have it in both ways

Door Number 1: "But They Sell Lambo" - I am guessing you are saying they are High End/Elite Car Salesman.
Unless you meant a Course Creator
I have never seen a Course Creator sells his Lambo but he sells his Course/Training Program like Joining Inner Circle by paying $$$

I would rather wait & find somebody else until I feel confident in me than facing buyers remorse. This is a Sales Lesson

Note to be Taken: An Equation without Guesswork/Theory = It becomes a Reliable Process

But I believe having a Sales Skill/Social Currency in Life is beneficial in non Sleazy, gimmicky, Pushy way
Working in Car Dealership is good work experience I believe
Another Thing is that, in high school & college, they don't teach Sales.

Door Number 2: Crashed it as They made Car Accident ? That would be known as = Not Taking Care of himself first.
Nope I would not trust them because they did not take care of themselves in the first place
This is something I learnt from Garrett White - Owner of Wake Up Warrior: You Gotta Sell yourself FIRST and then People will listen to you

Door Number 3:
That's like Saying:
Mr Anderson with Lambo Says: 7 + 3 = 10
Mr Benjamin with Lambo Says: 2.5 X 4 = 10

Note to be Taken: An Equation without Guesswork/Theory = It becomes a Reliable Process

I would not say System To Determine
I will say Little Variables to Determine

This Door leads to my Original Post - I said: When I create a List, Spreadsheet -> It gives me Focus by bridging the Inspiration, what to do without wasting any further time.

I would not worry ranking like mileage/horsepower
I would say possibly the price tag without being a**hole

But I will say this:
A Lambo is a Lambo
Just like Benjamin Franklin's Face on a $100 Bill is Benjamin Franklin's Face on a $100 Bill
Benjamin Franklin is not gonna reduce his value no matter what!

Door Number 4:
Nope - I won't trust them if my research says they didn't do the business but got the free lambo from raffle draw. The Odds of winning a Lambo - It's unrealistic day dream

I have never bought a Lottery Ticket in my life from the Gas Station - This means I can't answer what you asking.
I will answer your question depending what I have experienced in my life and I know already
I have been to the Gas Station to use the toilet, to get quick food to fill my belly to survive.
But I have never bought a Lottery Ticket from the Gas Station

I would feel privileged to take life, financial, business lessons from people who are the Top - Food of the Chain
That's why I call this Whale
This is Mentoring but in order to get access to them, it's not easy
If I have access to them, I would replicate the process and I would do it for myself.
 

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This guy owns several Lambos. You can follow his advice on how to detect Gold Diggers. That will definitely make you rich(You won't waste your money on girls that ain't loyal).
Do care to buy his merch, watch every single video he uploads, never skip ads and share his videos so that he gets enough revenue to hire more Lambos for 2.5k per month.


This guy owns a $425k Bentley, $15M Penthouse and his financial advice is often useful.
Why not search for people with even more expensive cars?

Nope I would not follow HoomanTV even though he has Lambo
The way he does work, it does not interest me
I am interested in about Life, Business, Financial Lessons. That's it

Dan Lok is Good! I like his stuffs!
 

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I have removed my post and I should probably just stay out of these threads.

Look - you seem like a good person with decent heart but this approach is dangerous.

To you right now it seems a Lambo is a Lambo. To those who have been around a bit and have seen how shady marketers use these items to trick people a Lambo =/= someone you should take advice from (based on just that alone).

Best of luck.
Yes, the intentions of the OP is genuine.
BTW, please share your opinions on threads like these. I learn a lot from your posts. I am just lazy to leave a like.
 

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Thus, I have decided that I will only listen to those people who have Lamborghini & result
Forget the Lambo. Focus on people that have a solid track record.

I am interested in about Life, Business, Financial Lessons. That's it
So start listening to what some have said.

Some people that replied to this thread are successful in those areas.

...Yet you stand your position.
 

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I'd be willing to put the net worth of my friends up against anyone on this forum (I certainly don't say that to brag -- I just happen to know a lot of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, including two that own "unicorn" companies).

And the only person I know who own a lambo is an employee who knows nothing about entrepreneurship.

You might want to rethink your criteria...

(Btw, many of the wealthy people I know don't drive anything -- they use Uber for all their daily travel.)
 

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Using only uber sounds very interesting. I haven't thought about how that actually works out cost wise.
If you're a successful entrepreneur, the cost should be a no-brainer.

How much does an Uber cost?

How much is your time worth? $500/hour? $1000/hour? $5000/hour?

If you can use that commute time to get work done, taking Uber is likely going to save you hundreds or thousands of dollars per hour.
 

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I said "listening to those people who have lambos & results". The Point is - I have no desire to take Lambo advice from Toyota drivers.
Extreme and arrogant way of thinking.

In many countries around the world, there are many people with "Lambos & results", and these people are in the illegal trade. We're talking drug dealers, crime bosses, gurus, illegal money lenders and anyone else who's running shady "businesses".

Not only do they have Lambos (which is peanuts to them), they also have mansions and properties.

There are also many people leaving beyond their means to showcase that they've "made it".

If you "desire" to listen to those, good luck with that bro.
 

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Using only uber sounds very interesting. I haven't thought about how that actually works out cost wise. Seems impractical if you need a car seat however?
We recently took our infant to the airport in an Uber. Just bring your own base / carseat and pretty much all modern cars have the hooks in the back seat. Take your time making sure the base is secure and you're good to go.

Edit, but I can see how that would be inconvenient going to the store. You could just stick the base in the bottom of the cart.
 

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If you're a successful entrepreneur, the cost should be a no-brainer.

How much does an Uber cost?

How much is your time worth? $500/hour? $1000/hour? $5000/hour?

If you can use that commute time to get work done, taking Uber is likely going to save you hundreds or thousands of dollars per hour.
Yeah this makes sense. Seems more difficult when one is still working on success! Seems like it'd be $40 a day for my typical work commute. Which would be about $800/mo haha.
 

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Yeah this makes sense. Seems more difficult when one is still working on success! Seems like it'd be $40 a day for my typical work commute. Which would be about $800/mo haha.
You just need to figure out how you can use the commute time to earn an extra $40/day!
 
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Extreme and arrogant way of thinking.

In many countries around the world, there are many people with "Lambos & results", and these people are in the illegal trade. We're talking drug dealers, crime bosses, gurus, illegal money lenders and anyone else who's running shady "businesses".

Not only do they have Lambos (which is peanuts to them), they also have mansions and properties.

There are also many people leaving beyond their means to showcase that they've "made it".

If you "desire" to listen to those, good luck with that bro.


Like I said Earlier, It's a little egostical thinking but it makes sense in the end

You are under the wrong impression. I have never said Drug Dealer etc.

I said - My Interest: Life, Business & Financial Lessons
I said - I will Listen: To Those People who have Lambos & Results
I said - If I want a lambo for myself, I will take lambo advice from who already have lambo in their disposal = It makes sense
If I approach a Person who has Honda Civic, and start asking advice about Lambo = It does not make sense

In Other Words,
I was trying to convey that, I am willing get mentored by Millionaires People who have tangible experiences in Life, Business & Financial Lessons
When I said Lambo, I meant The Bridge Inspiration which is known as In order to create a Momentum, the bridge inspiration helps to get move forward

I admit the way I was delivering words, it was disorganized way of delivering
 

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I have been around with Self Help/Self-Improvement/Personal Development Industry for a while.
It's all good but at the same time it is exhausting like which people shall I listen to for advice
So many people are there but there was no list to narrow down manually.
When there is no structure & framework in life, it becomes chaos and ended up frustrating.

Thus, I have decided that I will only listen to those people who have Lamborghini & result
Here is the List of Lamborghinis
How limiting. Do you REALLY think that they have the corner on the idea market? No one else is worth listening to? It's your loss -- but, knock yourself out chasing them... And when you get done with your narrow quest, the rest of the world will have gone on without you.
 

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Lambos are one those things that sidewalkers and slowlaners take out of context.

The first rich people that bought lambos most likely did it because they were passionate about cars and racing them. Not as a way to look rich.

How about all the rich people that are not passionate about cars but buy horses instead. Would you not take advice from them?

The same thing happen with boat shoes. Rich people put them on to keep the floor on their yatch in good shape. That's their purpose and outside the yatch they don't make much sense because the soles wear out fast on pavement.

But slowlaners begin to use them outside of a yatch to flex.

I work as a valet at a high end shopping mall. I come in contact with many of the people you want to learn from. The guys that drive the lambos and the sporty cars are not good tippers. It's usually the guy that drives a Mercedes sedan that tips the best. I can't really say why but that's how it is.

Also the richest man that comes to that shopping mall is the actual owner of the shopping mall. Guess what he drives? An old 1990s Toyota RAV4. I wouldn't had know he was the owner of the shopping center if one of my managers hadn't told me so. He even has a street named after him.
 
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Lambos are one those things that sidewalkers and slowlaners take out of context.

The first rich people that bought lambos most likely did it because they were passionate about cars and racing them. Not as a way to look rich.

How about all the rich people that are not passionate about cars but buy horses instead. Would you not take advice from them?

The same thing happen with boat shoes. Rich people put them on to keep the floor on their yatch in good shape. That's their purpose and outside the yatch they don't make much sense because the soles wear out fast on pavement.

But slowlaners begin to use them outside of a yatch to flex.

I work as a valet at a high end shopping mall. I come in contact with many of the people you want to learn from. The guys that drive the lambos and the sporty cars are not good tippers. It's usually the guy that drives a Mercedes sedan that tips the best. I can't really say why but that's how it is.

Also the richest man that comes to that shopping mall is the actual owner of the shopping mall. Guess what he drives? An old 1990s Toyota RAV4. I wouldn't had know he was the owner of the shopping center if one of my managers hadn't told me so. He even has a street named after him.
I totally get it what you are saying.

Jeff Bezos drove Honda Accord
I am aware of that!
I will take advice of course.

But If you are new/beginner something level, you need to have Momentum like Bridge Inspiration.
So it depends in which level you are in.

I haven't done any research about boats/yacht. So I don't know about it
 

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Thanks for the Insight.I did not know that!
I appreciate you man! :D
Thanks man :). I'm also a huge fan of Lamborghinis(my favorite is the Aventador), and came across an article on the web). Apparently Enzo Ferrari mocked Feruccio Lamborghini telling him that he could never make a faster supercar than him because he was a farmer and made tractors, and Lamborghini took his challenge and ultimately proved him wrong.
 

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I 100% believed the original post was a troll or a joke. I was confused when all the big names started giving thoughtful replies and realized OP is serious.

Lots of good advice in this thread in the end. That screenshot showing Bentley typed "Bently" twice triggered me instantly
 
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"Momentum like Bridge Inspiration"...

I saw you use that phrase twice... What does it mean to you?
I am glad you have asked me
Sure I will tell you

See this 1 image: See the Bridge
Even when I google: "The Emotional Journey of creating something great & see the images"
It's the almost same

So I came up with a Pattern
It's kinda like Algorithm:
Algorithm: If this happens ___, do this ______

Motivation, Inspiration is only good in small amount of way like chunks, Not Big or Giant Way
But Motivation, Inspiration do lasted only for next few minutes which doesn't translate to go Forward
So you Build Momentum as Bridge Inspiration with Right Mentor with Right Industry by listening their words
So this is where the Right Mentor with Right Industry come in and Learn from those people
So it's upto the Person which right mentor & right industry I need to choose & it requires Study, Research

I did this dumb mistake before:

[Past] Right Problem: Right Enthusiasm + Wrong Sequence = Shooting Blanks/Building Sand Castles
[Present] Right Problem: Right Enthusiasm + Right Sequence = Satisfactory Result

And Yes

Right Mentor + Right Industry + Come up with some Structure/Framework + Replicate the Process without Doubt/Theory/Guesswork + Do the Work like Marathon like hitting singles, not homerun = You get Result
 

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I am glad you have asked me
Sure I will tell you

See this 1 image: See the Bridge
Even when I google: "The Emotional Journey of creating something great & see the images"
It's the almost same

So I came up with a Pattern
It's kinda like Algorithm:
Algorithm: If this happens ___, do this ______

Motivation, Inspiration is only good in small amount of way like chunks, Not Big or Giant Way
But Motivation, Inspiration do lasted only for next few minutes which doesn't translate to go Forward
So you Build Momentum as Bridge Inspiration with Right Mentor with Right Industry by listening their words
So this is where the Right Mentor with Right Industry come in and Learn from those people
So it's upto the Person which right mentor & right industry I need to choose & it requires Study, Research

I did this dumb mistake before:

[Past] Right Problem: Right Enthusiasm + Wrong Sequence = Shooting Blanks/Building Sand Castles
[Present] Right Problem: Right Enthusiasm + Right Sequence = Satisfactory Result

And Yes

Right Mentor + Right Industry + Come up with some Structure/Framework + Replicate the Process without Doubt/Theory/Guesswork + Do the Work like Marathon like hitting singles, not homerun = You get Result
Your whole point is still based on the assumption that Lamborghini Owner = Right Mentor. This is where you are mistaken. You have created a test that will not give you the intended results.

Why? Because it is EASY to get a Lamborghini, and you do not need to be rich.

Who is the right Mentor? Someone who has DONE what you want to DO. Not someone who has BOUGHT what you want to BUY. See the difference?

Two YouTube Lamborghini owners:
1 says "Dropship to make millions!!"
2 says "Affiliate marking to make millions!!"

Who do you listen to? If you listen to both, because you listen only to Lamborghini owners, you will fail at both.

Instead, you need to find a Mentor who has done what you want to do, and follow their advice.
 
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Your whole point is still based on the assumption that Lamborghini Owner = Right Mentor. This is where you are mistaken. You have created a test that will not give you the intended results.

Why? Because it is EASY to get a Lamborghini, and you do not need to be rich.

Who is the right Mentor? Someone who has DONE what you want to DO. Not someone who has BOUGHT what you want to BUY. See the difference?

Two YouTube Lamborghini owners:
1 says "Dropship to make millions!!"
2 says "Affiliate marking to make millions!!"

Who do you listen to? If you listen to both, because you listen only to Lamborghini owners, you will fail at both.

Instead, you need to find a Mentor who has done what you want to do, and follow their advice.
I am a human
of course I am not perfect
I make mistakes

I have created a Test = Does it have to be perfect 100%?
Nope

Yes You are right about the Difference
I take it as Semantics
 

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