What is your obsession?
Before you answer that, let me tell you the definition of the word.
I always look up definitions to words because I’m obsessed with being precise.
Anyway, to obsess is…
“To preoccupy or fill the mind of (someone) continually, intrusively, and to a troubling extent.”
I like definitions. But I’m not crazy about this one. Because – as you’ll see in a minute – I think only bad obsessions are “troubling”.
Now that you know what the definition is… what is YOUR obsession?
Don’t tell me “nothing.”
Everybody is obsessed with something.
Maybe you’re obsessed with your family. Or maybe you’re obsessed with drinking and partying. Or maybe it’s video games.
But you’re obsessed with something.
Let me ask you…
Is what you’re obsessed with something that will improve your situation? Or make it worse?
If you’re not obsessed with money, how do you expect to ever get rich?
The title of my book says it all…
Be Obsessed or Be Average.
You need to get obsessed with making money. Not greedy with money… obsessed with it. There’s a difference.
Getting obsessed with money is the only way you’ll ever make enough to look after the people you love. And to give to the charities you support.
So, what do you choose? To be obsessed or to be average?
If you want to be more, do more, and have more, I suggest getting obsessed.
But in order to stay obsessed, you need to feed your mind with the right stuff.
Which is why I’m inviting you to join me at the upcoming 10X Interactive Boot Camp.
Keeping it real,
– Grant Cardone
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