My Mentors

Patrick Bet David – delivers pure value using all his knowledge from reading books, I watch most of his videos.

Evan Carmichael – I love his daily motivational videos, it’s like a shot in the arm daily to give me undying energy

Gary Vee – I don’t listen to Gary Vee anymore as much as I should, but if you are just starting out, you should follow my path and spend a few weeks/months catching up on his videos,  he does repeat himself a lot, like the others, but everyone has their own message to get out and its not rocket science – stop watching his videos and do some work he says.

Dan Pena –  Dan is an interesting guy, he’s aggressive, brutal, rude and all the things that scare away the snowflakes, he doesn’t have much of a following, for this reason, he’s targetting high-performance people aiming to make 100m USD+   he doesn’t mess around and I plan to go to his hardcore castle soon. I watch all of his seminar clips posted as they are done, makes me feel like I am there. He is currently one of the few left that I still follow.

I watch some other guys that do real estate, I am not sure why because I don’t plan to do it, but I love seeing people make money and I love absorbing that mindset and there is alot of crossover with investing in companies.

I follow lots of traders/investors also,  but nothing like I do with these guys. I will list the top 5 that I follow soon.

Patrick Bet David

Lets Talk Money! with Joseph Hogue

Gary Vee

Grant Cardone

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Tom Corley interviewed 233 self-made millionaires and found that 88% of them read educational, self-development books at least 30 minutes per day.  I fall asleep reading, so I use audiobooks namely around 2-3 hours per day.

Dan Pena QLA Seminar
dan pena obstacles

I could easily help someone do a financial plan, change their mindset, point them in the right direction, help them with life advice, business advice, sort out growth problems. especially psychology challenges managing staff, but I am 37 years old and I think that sort of stuff should come when I have more experience and more numbers in my bank.  It’s all good knowing the theory, but I think coaches should have real experiences with successful businesses. I am writing my own book and course and I would love to coach people because I love helping people, but am I qualified?  how much do I charge?  what can I offer that the books cannot?  (maybe I can help people specifically with managing large amounts of staff?)  A

Here are some of the books that I have read, I will update this list as i get through the 556 books that are queued on my phone. Some of them I have read just to help staff overcome problems. Most of the books are self-development, financial, success-related and business-related. These subjects are my hobbies. I brought all these books on audible and I multitask while I listen to them, for example, while I am driving, swimming or walking around the house.

Unstoppable  Confidence – Kent Sayre
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
Make your kid a money genius – Beth Kobliner
The Thank You Economy – Gary Vee
Cryptoassets: Chris Burniske
How to get and stay motivated – Grant Cardone
How to win friends and influence people – Dale Carnegie
The 17 indisputable laws of teamwork – John Maxwell
The millionaire booklet – Grant Cardone
Principles of likability – Patrick King
33 Strategies of war – Robert Greene
The power of positive leadership – Jon Gordon
Public speaking for success – Dale Carnegie
Rule #1 The Simple Strategy for Investing – Phil Town
The ultimate public speaking survival guide
Barking up the wrong tree – Eric Barker
Minimalism – Ryan Nicodemus
The new tycoons – Jason Kelly
Getting things done – David Allen
The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch
Reminiscences of a stockbroker by Edwin Lefevre
Assertiveness by Judy Murphy
Today Matters – John Maxwell
Stock market investing for beginners – Steven Casey
Million dollar habits – Brian Tracy
The snowball warren buffet and the business of life
F.U. Money by Dan Lok
You need a budget by Jesse Mecham
The big secret for the small investor by Joel Greenblatt
Trading in the zone by Mark Doulas
48 Laws of power by Robert Greene
The dark Triad Strategies
Exactly what to say – Phil Jones
The internet of money – Andreas Antonopoulos
The 10x rule by Grant Cardone
Crushing it! Gary Vee
The subtle art of not giving a fuck by Mark Manson
Crush It by Gary Vee
Unshakable by Tony Robbins
Principles by Ray Dalio
Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
The new Buffettology by Mary Buffett
The coaching habit – Say less, ask more by Daniel Mate
37 ways to boost your coaching practice by Steve Chandler
The Four Hour Work Week – Timothy Ferriss
First Things First – Stephen Covey
High-Performance Habits –  Brendon Burchard
The Growth Mindset – Carol Dweck
How to write a book that doesn’t suck – Michael Rogan
Emotional Branding – Marc Gobe
The Minimalist Budget – Aaron Kiely
The Daily Trading Coach – Brett Steenbarger
Master the Brand Called You – Brenda Bence
Developing the Leader Within You 2.0 – John C Maxwell
The Millionaire Fastlane – MJ DeMarco
Jack Canfield – Success Principles