Do you want to...
- Write a NYT bestselling book?
- Build a successful business?
- Become a professional athlete?
- Produce a Hollywood movie?
- Share your ideas with the world?
Most people dedicate their entire careers and lifetimes to achieving goals similar to the ones I've mentioned. But for some, these accomplishments are attainable in a matter of years. Top-performers today prove that making a difference is not a matter of age, but the result of exponential thinking, drive, and ingenuity.
You will soon meet seventy-five “world-class” Millennials who've leveraged the experiences and ideas they've shared in this book to:
- Create companies worth billions of dollars.
- Start media platforms like Levo, Elite Daily, Mogul, Odyssey, UploadVR, and others with hundreds of millions of monthly readers.
- Publish and promote over forty New York Times bestselling books, including titles that have sold millions of copies apiece.
- Grow a collective following of over 50 million people on social media.
Employ thousands of people to work for their high-growth startups.
- Produce Hollywood films, award-winning documentaries, and popular television shows.
Lead new industries like virtual reality, artificial intelligence, smart firearm development, lunar settlement, and modular phones.
At times, it may seem like these stories come from superhuman subjects.
You won't believe me, then, when I say that those profiled are just like us. They share similar upbringings and origins as we do.
Many of them have actually overcome unimaginable and unfortunate situations and setbacks. Some of the people you'll soon read about are survivors of cancer, civil war, deep depression, rape, and other tragedies.
What unites them all and makes them outliers worth studying is that all their work, effort, and impact has happened in a matter of years.
For example, Matt Mullenweg (the founder of WordPress) grew his open-source blogging platform from having fewer users than developers (since even the project's early creators didn't even use their invention) to powering 26 percent of all websites on the internet in about a decade, or the time it takes someone to go through a K-12 grade school curriculum.
Or take someone like Cyrene Quiamco, born in Bacolod City, Philippines and raised by a single mother who sacrificed food, sleep, and finances to propel Cyrene and her sister to a better life. Cyrene became one of Snapchat's first celebrities and began earning up to $30,000 per engagement with major brands across the world within only a few months of using the new social media platform. Now she uses her art to inspire hundreds of thousands of people every day.
What you're about to read is unconventional, but it works. Apply some of the ideas, strategies, and tactics shared in this book to your own life and you may experience similar results.
We see value in uniting our voice, influence, and expertise to deliver you these messages of inspiration and blueprints for turning important ideas you have into reality. I hope you do too.