Good & Bad News For Entrepreneurs In The 21st Century

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You are where you are based on the way you view money, success, relationships and yourself. In order to recreate yourself, you will need a set of tools, strategies and mindsets to help you take that quantum leap to the next level.

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Dear Entrepreneur,

Over the years, many of you have asked me why I create content and openly share my strategies with you. The answer is quite simple yet emotional. Simple because I believe the strategies I share can get anyone results living in any country. Emotional because I know how close I was to giving up and just being average and ordinary. How close I was to just throwing in the towel. How close I was to believing my critics that I wasn’t good enough to compete in the market place. I never thought I would wake up one day running a financial firm with nearly 10,000 agents with Oscar De La Hoya as one of my investors. I never thought I’d create a brand called “Valuetainment” that inspires millions of Entrepreneurs around the world. I never thought I would get to a point of having billionaires, politicians, influencers and celebrities on speed dial. But something changed.

I got CLEAR on what I wanted and who I wanted to be.

I got CLEAR on a problem solving strategy that helped me in the war room, board room and the bedroom.

I got CLEAR on effective strategies and hacks that helped me grow during good times and bad times.

I got CLEAR on the type of a leader I want to be and the type of a team I want to build.

This is why “The Vault” is an event you must attend in 2019. I truly believe Valuetainment will be known as the brand that inspired the next generation of great leaders, minds, innovators and Entrepreneurs around the world. I will also be unveiling the vision of Valuetainment at the conference. We are in search for leaders around the world and I can’t wait to meet many of you face to face in Dallas.

Much love,

Patrick Bet-David (Tweet: @patrickbetdavid)

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43 Comments on “Good & Bad News For Entrepreneurs In The 21st Century”

  1. I wanted to see how real you really were, so i tied to buy your own domain (unstoppable domains) and sell it back to you if you were slipping. If it wasn't your ppl someone outsmarted you and bought it! .zil is the future

  2. I started to teach myself coding and in the last 6 months I've learned more than my friends who have been in university for 2-3 years. Today's secret is simple, find solutions for problems that don't really exist. I notice this trend, truth is simple and I've learned this from experience in 24 and I've been working since I was 11, the people who win are the people who are ruthless, people that create problems and sell a solution. You have to know the game, whatever industry you're in, know the game in and out, know the parts people don't talk about.

  3. Nano degrees have been a big deal on online education platforms such as Udacity where you take course that prepare you for jobs at ATT and more. Many are designed with or by the employer.

  4. Goddammit, Kris Krohn said this SAME exact shit.
    Spend 3 days with me.
    I'll go over EVERYTHING and you'll learn so much.
    He taught us nothing. It was 100% mindset training (I have over 10 pages of notes on it).

    The only thing he really taught was, "go buy a house". Thanks. Fucking thanks. Glad I spent 3 days with you.

  5. Hey Pat!
    Is it possible that we can register for the live video from the vault event .

    Why not have a live video where those who can't come can be a part of it.

    Come on! Pat!

  6. You inspired me to take initiative and create a startup in the East Bay area it is extremely difficult because we have a learn as we go mentality but we are doing it non the less

  7. the thing you left out about college/universities: they are graduating some really self-entitled, chip-on-shoulder morons.
    once upon a time, even a fluff major demonstrated that the degree holder could stick at something for 4 years. now, even a grad skilled in stem often has the above mentioned baggage.
    lots of recent grads in useless fields who think they should have their own office and start at $90k, come in when they feel like it, and have "a voice" in running the company for the cause of social justice warrioring, etc.
    a lot of companies decide it's simply not worth the trouble.
    a non grad, even of high school, who demonstrates an interest and aptitude at the skill in question looks a lot better in comparison.
    that said, thank you PBD for what you share! excellent stuff on your channel!

  8. The degree thing is a little misleading. I’ve been in IT for 25 years, working up to systems administrator and systems engineer/DevOps, and now adding systems/enterprise architect to the list and I’ve only ever had an eighth-grade education. Later in my 20’s I got both a GED and a HS diploma just to have them, but no employers really required them and every company that claimed to require a relevant degree would allow experience as a substitute.

    So at least in the worlds of software development and IT (systems engineers, architects & administrators, etc), experience has always been most important. And when there’s such a shortage of qualified people right now, that’s even more so the case. Even companies like google can’t afford to “require” four-year degrees anymore.

    If you’re someone who can figure stuff out on your own, you can grow in this world by teaching yourself and gaining experience, without training or education. Some might need some training to augment their own learning but a degree is definitely not a “must have,” at least not in the US. India and some places are different and have much higher barriers to entry, still requiring degrees as far as I know.

  9. I told my friends I like game and movies based on reality so I can learn from them as entertainment on my free time. My friends were like we are not friend anymore

    I just dont understand the point of arcade games and fiction movies

  10. As soon as possible I'd like to be able to be part of those vault seminars. Bad news is that I'm not at that level financially, but will be one day or at least I'll die trying.

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