Tuesday, June 24, 2008

You Manifest What You Believe

Do you know that what you believe is what you manifest?

“I believe that I’m not going to get the results.” Guess what, you’re not going to get the results.

“I believe I look good.” You got that result.

What you believe you manifest. The Yankees have an absolutely unbelievable baseball team. All the players on that team are absolutely extraordinary. It’s like they cannot lose a game. They’ve got hitters, pitchers, they got short stop, second base, etc. They’ve got people to replace people. They’ve got an unbelievable baseball team.

Guess what? They go on a losing streak at the beginning of the 2007 season. Lose, lose, lose, lose, lose. Losing all the time. They were in last place. How do you have a team that’s got the best players in baseball and be in last place? This is about what you believe.

I create my future. Who creates yours? Can you play there?

You’ve got to create, create, create. You’ve got to be willing to start creating. You’ve got to create. Speak creation. You’ve got to get it’s all bullshit. That bullshit becomes reality.

The $-Road to Riches-$®* was nothing. There was no course, the $-Road to Riches-$. The $-Road to Riches-$ was all just a stand for what I say. And then it became a course. Is it going the way I want it to go? No. But it’s going. Out of nothing.

I operate in a context. I say who I am is how I operate. Not who I am is “I’m a good person.” Who I am is how I operate.

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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Know the Game You’re Playing

You have to understand the game totally and completely so you don’t get knocked out. When you understand the game totally and completely you won’t get knocked out. You don’t understand the game totally and completely you will get knocked out. Okay?

That’s the way is it in life. It’s the natural order of things. It isn’t going the way I want it to go, it doesn’t look the way I want it to look, hell, I might as well quit. Who am I kidding? Now especially, when you go out and confront yourself and then you lose – you don’t get the results you want, that’s when you KNOW you’ve got to quit.

And it’s not like you’re different than the rest of us, you’re not, you’re exactly the same! This is an important conversation. Most of us have “I’m different, you don’t understand. If you understood who I was or what I was going through, you wouldn’t be saying the things you’re saying.”

No, I’m sorry, we’re all human beings and we’re all in the same boat and there are certain things that we’re going to operate totally the same. Always. To the degree that we operate that way, that’s another story. But we are! And once you understand we’re in the same boat you can get the game, and you can win.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Play 100% - No Arrogance or Entitlement

From: October 7, 2006
The Yankees piss me off sometimes. You look and you go, here’s a team that should win every game that they play. Who they have in the batting order and everything else – they should win every game.

Then they get to the 2006 playoffs and they lose. It pissed me off. Every time they get in the playoffs, they’re nonchalant. It’s like they should win because they are who they are.

And I get pissed off at Joe Torre more than anybody. Because he sits in his seat and doesn’t get off his duff and have any conversations with anybody. And they go down the tubes.

You see [Detroit Tigers Manager Jim] Leyland, he’s like a cat in a cage, right? And man, everybody’s up. Right or wrong?

What makes the difference? Being smart? Or being in the game playing full out? Playing to win. Not like you deserve to win. Like you’re going to. The Yankees are in trouble. Big trouble. And the reason why is their attitude. Is that clear? Like when they win the game by one run AFTER they put themselves in the position of being behind.

You never put yourself in that position. Are you clear? You never put yourself behind. Being in your own business, or being a successful employee, you have some competition, but it’s not like you’re in the playoffs. It’s not like it’s the last game of the season. You play 160 some games, you win 90 something games, like unbelievable, and you’re going to get knocked out? Jerks! Can you get it or not? That’s being arrogant.

Why am I saying this? It’s all made up. It’s not like what you believe it to be. It is what you say it is. Is that clear? You could win. Stop giving up. Stop quitting. You are not entitled to anything. Stop operating the way you’re operating. You’re operating in a particular way. Get that? A lot of times you want to quit. We all want to quit!! But the game is, play the game 100% with no arrogance or entitlement.

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