"I Don't Know" Is A Statement Of Strength

April 12, 2020 1 min read

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Think for a minute about what you know.

Have you ever thought about how “what you know” is keeping you from being where you want to be in life?

Have you ever thought about why you are stuck where you are now?

How can you learn and improve when you already know everything?

It's amazing to me how many people I encounter daily that have literally accomplished nothing in real life or business, that seem to know everything.

But, after 21 years in business...

Building a group of companies that generate 9 figures in revenue...

Employing 200+ people in house, and thousands of outside reps...

Creating real successful careers for families...

Changing hundreds of thousands of lives...

Earning millions of dollars...

Losing millions of dollars...

Giving millions of dollars away...

...and have accomplished every single personal & business goal I ever set for myself as a young 19 year old kid starting out...

I still feel like a beginner who knows nothing, and is hungry to learn and get better daily.

I'm in a state of constant evolution. The more I know...the more we accomplish...the more I realize I'm not shit.

I'm irrelevant.

I'm a spec of dust in the universe who has a trillion miles to go to fulfill my true potential.

I'm thankful I still feel this way after 21 years in business...and I hope I still feel this way after another 21.

If I still feel this way...why is it so hard for you?

“I don’t know” is not a statement of weakness...

It's a statement of strength.

—Andy



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