Good things come to those who wait. How true is this statement? There are people who wait for their “big break,” they wait for when the “time is right,” they wait for “the one.” And then there are people who take action and MAKE IT HAPPEN.
You see, you can sit around and wait and hope something comes along, or you can make it happen for yourself.
After years of earning a low paying income, Mike realized that he would never be able to retire and support his family if he carried on the way he was
Mike spent some time searching for his true calling and decided to break the mold of fear and by allowing himself to ‘’just start.’’
Because of this, he has been able to accomplish things far beyond what he ever thought was possible .
Mike’s true passion is helping people to realize their unlimited potential in business and in life!
Today, Mike is a real estate investor, podcaster, and speaker who was personally invited to share the stage with Gary Vaynerchuk.
In this episode of the Rock Your Money, Rock Your Life podcast, Mike and I discuss how he became a real estate investor, how he became a guest speaker on stage with Gary Vaynerchuk, and the learning curves of becoming an entrepreneur.
What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- Why you need to take action today!
- The effect your peer group can have on your growth
- How you can take control of your destiny
- And much more!
00:00 – Intro to Mike
01:21 – Go do things
03:03 – Becoming successful in different places
08:06 – It doesn’t happen overnight
13:05 – Level Jumping
14:36 – Evolving and growing
17:44 – Mike’s portfolio today
19:39 – Helping people level up – different people have different skill sets
23:15 – Connect with Mike
23:51 – Mike’s identity Today
“There’s a ripple effect to everything you do. You don’t know what it’s going to be, so just go do things and watch the ripple effect!” – Mike Simmons
“When I took action, I got kinda addicted to being an entrepreneur. I got addicted to the ability to control my own destiny, to take control of my own life.”– Mike Simmons
“When you’re standing on the ground and it’s a clear day, you can probably see for a mile or two. But if you get on top of a skyscraper, you can see so much further. So when I started surrounding myself with the right people, I could see so much further. I could see as far as they could see.”– Mike Simmons