And that’s why I say the information on this page isn’t for everyone.
You see, most people will read this letter, click off the page and completely ignore the information because they’ll just write it off as being non-applicable to them.
And that’s fine because all that does is intensify the power of the information for those who don’t dismiss it and actually take it seriously.
My name is Paul Mascetta around 15 years ago I discovered this information and chose to accept it’s power when I had to face the harsh reality that I was NOT any smarter, more talented and certainly would NEVER be more educated than the average person.
And let me tell you….boy does it suck to have to realize that you’re just average.
No one wants to be average.
Deep within each and every one of us is the desire to contribute and feel special.
And that desire was running ramped in me.
You see, even though I knew I was average in terms of education, looks and talent, I also knew I wasn’t going to spend my life working a 9-5 that I hated while being controlled by someone else or amounting to nothing without ever making a name for myself somehow.
How was I going to pull it off?
How was I going to separate myself from everyone else?
I don’t come from money or success.
My mom worked in a kitchen for the public school system and my dad had a few businesses that never went anywhere and was forced to work a job that he hated at 60 years old.
I wasn’t an athlete.
I didn’t really enjoy school.
The thought of doing anything that even resembled hard work or manual labor was something I dreaded.
Fast forward to 2012.
As I write this letter I am sitting at my computer making 6 figures a year right from the comfort of my own home with the freedom and ability to what I want when I want like take my kids to school and wait for them when they get off the bus.
Most people don’t even ever get to see their kids grow up.
That was something I just couldn’t accept.
I didn’t want spend the next 18 years of my kids lives working for someone else only to wake up one day and realize they’re all gown up and it was my baby sitter that got to experience all the special moments.
Now aside from that there’s my ego.
I don’t mean that I’m egotistical, self centered or arrogant.
I mean that even though I’m no smarter, more talented or more educated than the average person, I always saw myself as above average…I just didn’t know why or how.
I just always perceived myself as a leader rather than a follower.
Someone in control rather than being at the mercy of someone else.
Someone who makes a valuable contribution to the world rather than someone who works to strengthen someone’s else contribution.
Someone who would take the game to the next level rather than sitting on the side lines watching other people do what I could only dream of.
Here I am…..32 years old and living life on my terms, helping people and making a difference.
I know it sounds like a corny commercial but it’s true.
If I really wanted to I could log onto Expedia right now and book a trip to go anywhere in the world….no boss to ask for time off….no schedule to adhere to…no one to answer to except my wife and kids.
In fact, I just scheduled our visit to our summer home in July, a trip to Miami in August and probably will hit Europe and South America at some point soon.