What if I told you that it was possible to be in the top 1% of earners in your field by simply having discipline?

Would you believe me?

The average person has an attention span of 8 seconds. That’s less than a goldfish.

With that being said, our schedule is tight, so let’s attack the facts.

You’ve been working in your field for at least 10 to 20 years and have amassed remarkable accomplishments. You are a leader in your industry, but not yet branded as one. For that, you’re starting to get this unshakeable feeling in the pit of your stomach.

Listen to it. It’s your future calling, and the pathway to that financially free future is at the end.

Keep reading.

Leave Your Past In The Past, But First, ,Learn, From It To ,Earn, From It

Let us examine what your daily schedule looked like over the past few years.

You’ve been grinding at the same organization, and mobility has been modest. Not much has changed save for the fact that you’ve gained more knowledge and taken on an ever-increasing set of vital responsibilities. There’s no doubt in my mind that you got to that high-level position through hard work. But let me caveat that with this.

Hard work doesn’t equal discipline.

You might be thinking, “What the heck? I’ve been busting my butt for years. Surely that equals discipline!”


I used to think the same thing until I realized that the two are very different.

To better understand this vital distinction, let’s take a look at the definition of each word.

Hard Work Alone Doesn’t Create Money-Making Habits

Hard work is “effort expended on a task that is difficult or requires concentration.”

Self-Discipline is “the ability to make yourself take actions that you know you should do even when you don’t feel like doing them.”

In short, hard work is what you do when you’re trying to complete a task. Discipline is what you have when you want to achieve a goal; hard work is the physical act, but discipline is the mindset.

While those less successful may pass off these definitions as nuance, understanding and applying these distinct concepts is the key to changing lives.

The truth is, we live in a society that values hard work more than discipline. We are quick to give recognition to those who put in the extra hours at the office or pull all-nighters to get a project done; however, we don’t often talk about the importance of discipline.


I think it’s because our society is hard-wired for quick results. We want to see results and we want them now. Hard work is a stellar way to get results quickly. But here’s the thing…

Quick Results Rarely Last

Burnout and short-sightedness are plagues of the undisciplined. We kid ourselves into thinking that working harder in the home will complement working even harder in the workplace. We attempt to achieve a work-life balance, and we come up short every time.

Hard work is primarily driven by the feeling of motivation, which is fleeting. As a result, it’s difficult to sustain over time.

The problem with hard work is that it’s often not consistent. You might work hard for a week or two and then take a few weeks off. The goal is always to get back on track but it’s easy to fall off the wagon in the absence of discipline.

On the other hand, slow and steady progress almost always leads to sustainable success. Discipline creates habits and habits create lasting change.

Discipline, by definition, requires that you do things even when you don’t feel like it.

You have the self-control to stick to your goals even when times get tough or trials arise. Having the discipline to maintain a schedule allows us to live to fight another day. When we get rid of instantaneous results in favor of consistent success in all areas of life, we achieve work-life integration.

Enjoying success requires developing discipline.

And the best way to do that is by creating rituals.

From Disorganized To Disciplined

Rituals are the key to developing discipline.

A ritual is “a solemn ceremony consisting of a series of actions performed according to a prescribed order.”

In other words, it’s a series of actions that you perform regularly.

When you have a set ritual, it becomes second nature and you no longer have to think about it. You just do it.

For example, let’s say you want to develop the habit of working out every day.

The first step is to come up with a ritual that you can do every day without fail.

This might look something like this…

  • Wake up at 6 am
  • Make coffee
  • Go for a run
  • Take a shower
  • Eat breakfast
  • Start work

You can see how this ritual would help you develop the discipline to work out every day. Once you get into the habit of doing it, it will become second nature and you’ll find it much easier to stick with it.

Rituals are also important because they give structure to your day.

When you have a set ritual, it’s easier to focus on your goals and stay on track.

If you want to be successful, you need to start creating rituals that will help you develop discipline. Once you have discipline, branding yourself like a leader is inevitable.

Don’t Be That Person. You Know The Type.

The problem is that too many people try to go viral or get featured on popular podcasts without thinking about the long-term effects of their efforts.

They might get a short-term boost in traffic or sales but it’s not sustainable. And when they inevitably run out of steam, they have nothing to fall back on.

You need to have a long-term vision for your brand. You need to think about where you want to be in 5 years, 10 years, or even 20 years.

And you need to start taking steps today that will help you get there.

The first step is investing in high-quality content created by a true industry expert that establishes you as a thought leader in your field.


Branding Like A Leader

When you have access to this type of content, it gives you the ability to share your message with the world and build a tribe of passionate leaders.

It also positions you as an authority figure where reputable resources are born.

The best part is that this course is designed to help you get on track in just 8 weeks.

If you’re serious about building a personal brand, there is a spot with your name on it.

Still Not Convinced? Okay, Back To The Basics.

Why Is A Brand Important?

Owning an integrous brand allows you to stand out in a sea of mediocrity.

There are too many people in the world who are content with being average. They do just enough to get by and don’t strive for excellence.

Excellence is what sets you apart from the rest and allows you to charge what you’re worth.

When you have a strong personal brand, people are willing to pay more for your products and services because they know, like, and trust that what your delivering has deep-seated value. Value that you spent years to obtain, transform, and refine for their viewing pleasure.

They also know that you’re the real deal and not just some fly-by-night guru who is trying to sell them the latest get-rich-quick scheme.

People are tired of being taken advantage of and they want to work with someone they can trust.

That’s where your personal brand comes in to save the day every single time.

Do You Have What It Takes To Build An Impactful Brand?

Simply trying to scale a business on its own merits shoves your creativity into a corner. The chance for future expansion quickly dissipates when there’s no face to your brand.

Become that recognizable face to build that limitless brand.

But it all starts with the right mindset…

You must think long-term. You must brand yourself like a leader.

Show Your Purpose Through Your Brand To…

Make people stop, look, and listen for generations to come

The team I’ve hand-selected will help you see the world through a different lens and give you access to the resources, connections, and strategies you need to succeed.

They will also challenge you when you need it and give you tough love when required because that’s what it takes to get results in today’s competitive market.

Save your spot. You don’t want to miss this train.