There is a pay day at the end of the line. Don’t leave the line. #PeterVekselman #PartnerDriven #Money
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Speaker 1 (00:00):
So what does a bank line, a paycheck and success, if anything, to do with each other, we’ll think about this. Let’s say you’re like waiting in a bank line, you got your paycheck, you got some people ahead of you that are in line and you need to deposit the paycheck. You know, in the background, you may have some, some bills that you paid. So those, those are going to be due. Uh, so you, bottom line is you need that money in that account. And let’s say you have five, let’s say you have 10 people ahead of you. I think on this, what are the chances of you actually leaving that line? Like if you think about it probably non right. None. Because you know, like you have certain amount of people you can see each person takes maybe two to three minutes, you know, you need the money in there.
Speaker 1 (00:46):
So the chance of you walking out of that line are like slim to none. Well, that is what success is all about. You’re waiting in line. See the only difference between that line of the paycheck line and the line of success is you can not tell how long the line of success is going to personally take you, right? It may take the next three months. It may take the next three weeks and may actually take the next three years. But if you’re doing the right thing, if you’re focused on the right daily habits, if you have the right plan in place, then all it is. It’s a line that’s slowly getting shorter and shorter and shorter. And that’s one of the biggest mistakes I see people make. They simply leave the line. There is a payday at the end of the line, don’t lead the line, just like the person cashing that paycheck knows that there’s an end them to line. It’s just a matter of time, just like the line of success. It’s just a matter of time. You just got to hang out long enough for it to happen. Don’t leave the line of success.
Speaker 2 (02:08):