Is there a formula for success? If you're operating at your maximum energy, with 100% passion, you could be onto something. This level of dedication magnetizes you, attracting opportunities, challenges, and yes, even money.
When you're fully invested in your passion, the world perceives you as the best. Challengers emerge, eager to match your energy. However, they soon realize they can't match your intangible enthusiasm. So, they compensate with something tangible: money.
Let's consider Bill Gates. Despite initial rejections, his relentless passion for his idea turned into Microsoft, a company now worth billions. Similarly, Jay-Z, once a drug dealer, transformed his passion for rapping into a successful music career. Even when turned away by record labels, he made his own path, and his enthusiasm led us to consider him the best.
Donald Trump is another prime example. He rose, fell, then rose again to become a billionaire. His superior energy level in the realm of real estate created a tangible surplus, which he charged his millionaire clients for.
Your tangible energy (passion) attracts intangible energy (opportunities, success) and when there's a disparity, it's compensated with tangible energy (money). Operating at 100% creates an attraction for more things to be passionate about, leading to more opportunities for earning.
Finding your passion is the key. What would you give up sleep or food for? What could you trade breathing for? Once you've identified this, you become a magnet for success. And when success arrives, you can charge for it.
In a way, passion is a currency. Celebrities get paid to attend events because we value their energy. We compensate for our inability to match their passion with money.
All successful people share one thing in common: they found a way to monetize their passion. According to Albert Einstein, "Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another." So, balance your equation, find your passion, and let it magnetize success towards you.