What Is YOUR Learning Style

Hello, my friend and future millionaire.

As we get into building your million dollar roadmap, one of the things I want you to focus on is figuring out what your learning style is. 

Some of you may still be going to college or attending additional training while others have been out of school a long time. 

Consider it you are someone who likes to read books or are you someone that when you sit down and read a book, you read one page and next thing you know you’re checking your eyelids for cracks?

Well I am the latter, so I try to buy everything that I want to study in an audio format, because that is my learning style.

Over the last 16 years I spent over $300,000 on professional training and coaching to be able to coach you on how to build wealth and in that time I’ve probably listened to almost a thousand audiobooks or recordings teaching me how to do different things with building wealth and building a business. 

I was able to consume so many books in such a short amount of time because I was very fortunate to have a job where I could listen to an iPod while I was working, so I learned a lot while I was still working for somebody else. 

I realized that there are certain trainings and certain books that you can’t buy on audio so what I did, being somebody who is single and no kids, is I pay a lady $10 an hour to read those books into a handheld recorder.

I then put those vocal files on my iPod to listen to at my convenience.

Now I want you to think about this:  If you’re somebody that has kids that are close to teenage years, why not buy a handheld recorder and pay them to read those books for you so you can listen later? 

You can listen to them on audio while you’re driving back and forth to work or running errands.

Because here’s the truth of the situation … what it comes down to … there’s gonna come a time when your kids are going to be up against the wall on a hard decision.

Are they going to think about something they read in one of the books that you had them read or are they going to talk to somebody at McDonald’s or Burger King, where they work, that may give them the wrong advice?

You just never know what’s going to happen in life, but I assure you, if you can get your teenager to read educational books and pay them for it, that could bring far better “education” than working at McDonald’s or Burger King. 

Not that there’s anything wrong with those places, but your children will be getting the training of wealthy people versus training on how to just work a job.