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Are you ready to become impossible to ignore? To achieve unmatched success and financial freedom, it’s never about where you start, it’s about your journey to acquire skills and the ideas you choose to invest in. In today’s episode we explore the mind of Codie Sanchez, a successful business investor and entrepreneur who has built top-tier success turning “boring” companies into a financial empire.
Discover how Codie broke free from small thinking to create a life of wealth and prosperity. She believes that the difference between being broke and being a billionaire is a set of ideas. Through her unique perspective and strategies, she provides an instruction manual for success that you can apply in your own life.
We further unravel Codie’s gateway to success – a simple idea executed brilliantly, turning boring businesses into gold mines. This is a testament to her belief that everyone can achieve massive success by discarding the unnecessary and focusing on what truly matters.
“I don’t acquire money because I want Lamborghinis and fancy things. I do it because I think it is a way to freedom, because it is a tool for power.” -Codie Sanchez
If you’re interested in mindset, entrepreneurship, building wealth, and creating a successful business, this episode is a must-watch. Get ready to rewrite your instruction manual for success with Codie Sanchez on Impact Theory.
Codie Sanchez Quotes:
“Money wields more power than you perceive. Hearing that ‘money can’t buy happiness’ often leads to the false narrative that money is evil, worthless, or unworthy of pursuit.”
“I don’t acquire money because I want Lamborghinis and fancy things. I do it because I think it is a way to freedom, because it is a tool for power.”
“Most people that are blue collar workers, at least in my experience that I’ve worked with, they think about personal development a bit like therapy.”
“Strive for excellence to an extent that you become impossible to ignore.”
“I had to re-navigate and negotiate my language. That was the only way I could change my relationship with money. So it started with being okay with things like personal development, which is totally normal.”
“Do you think you have been investing in small businesses for so long? Small has affected your thinking?”
“I actually think that money might be contagious and that if you are around people who have it, the exact opposite of everything we think happens, […] especially when you’re young, and especially if you’re hungry.”
“I don’t really know how to learn except I get around other people who have more than I do and I just see how they think. And then it opens up this whole aperture”
“I don’t know when in today’s world we decided that having difficulties in front of you meant that you were meant for less. That is such a false narrative, so I just don’t ascribe to it.”
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