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One Thing: Day 208: Kroc, Ford, Freeman and Dangerfield

by | Karl Bryan, ONE THING Series | 0 comments

Day 208: Kroc, Ford, Freeman and Dangerfield

Yesterday I was explaining how you’re kids, friends, family, and peers will remember you for what you REFUSE to give up on.

I’ve had clients pay me my high-end coaching fees for over a decade without a single pause…. Reality is that I’m a blessed man to have found my life’s purpose. 

“You need to start thinking you’re blessed. 

You need to start talking like you’re blessed.

You need to start acting like you’re blessed. 

You need to start counting your blessings. 

You need to spend time with people who talk, act, and think they’re blessed. 

Not surprisingly… 

You’ll become blessed.”

*The Media hates the fact I just told you that you’re blessed… The Puppet Show would try to censor me if they could.  

You’re free to have your own opinions… as long as you agree with theirs. 



“Screw Your Age”

I get a TON of people that intimate in some way that’s ‘it’s easier for you Karl, cause you were financially successful at a young age.’ 

They’re suggesting that they’ve missed their window and feel like they need to make up for lost time.   

It’s ridiculous and it’s also WRONG. 

You’ll never be as young again as you are right this second. 

Ten years ago, you thought you were getting old… and now you look back and realize what you HAD. 

You’ll say the same in ten years. 

All these experiences, good and bad, have brought you to this place right here and RIGHT NOW.

Here’s a little inspiration for you. 

Ray Kroc opened his first McDonalds at age 52. 

Rodney Dangerfield was 46 when he got his break. 

Martha Stewart was over 50 before she started her brand.

Stan Lee of Marvel Comics 42 when he started.  

Henry Ford was 41 when he founded Ford Motor Company.

Melissa McCarthy was 41 before wheels started turning. 

Robert Noyce was also 41 when we started Intel. 

Morgan Freeman was 52 when he got his first real break. 

Joy Behar was 55 when she started on ‘The View.’ 

Chaleo Yoovidhya was 61 when he started Red Bull.

Judy Dench wasn’t famous until 61. 

Colonel Sanders was 61 when he started Kentucky Fried Chicken. 

Moral of story… if you’re 41 or 61 you’re in great shape and this is your year :o) 

You heard it here first. 

Obsessed with your business coaching success,

Karl Bryan aka King Karl 

PS. I may look fine but deep down… I can’t remember any of my own passwords. 

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