We’ve all heard the old cliché "don’t put the cart before the horse," but did you know that its origin dates back to ancient Rome? (Cicero, to be precise.)

Now that we’ve geeked out on some ancient language history, I want ask you a question:
What if putting the cart before the horse can be a great thing for your business?

Many of us think we need to have our products built and perfected before we go to market. But the truth is, we need to think differently. I made this mistake when I first started my business, and I was hugely frustrated. The truth was, I wasn’t making money—and I didn’t know why.


After the livecast on Thursday and chumming around with Mike Koenigs, Ed Rush, Bo Eason and the amazing customers we have in our community, I thought of something Tony Robbins used to say a lot: "The quality of your life is a direct reflection of the expectations of your peer group. Choose your peers wisely."

That quote has always resonated with me. It’s also why I choose to surround myself with extraordinary people like Mike and Ed. They challenge me, surprise me and support me so I can’t help but be at my best. (And they also make sure I have fun along the way!)
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