Your friends may be more dangerous than you think…By Dan Loh

Let me ask you a question… 

Two people are trying to quit smoking.

One person, is surrounded with smokers. Their spouse smokes, their friends smoke, and their coworkers smoke.

The other, is surrounded with healthy people. Their spouse goes to the gym, their friends go on runs together, and none of their coworkers smoke.

Who do you think will be more likely to quit smoking?

Of course, the one who is surrounded with people who don’t smoke.

Even if the first person WANTED to quit smoking more than the second person… they would still fail. 

You see, who you surround yourself with is much more powerful than your willpower.

I’ll say it again.

Who you surround yourself with is much more powerful than your willpower.

You could want something and work for it extremely hard, but if the people around you don’t support your goals then you will fail.

See, people are like crabs in a bucket.

Did you know that if you put a single crab inside a bucket, it could easily crawl out on its own?

But if you put many crabs in the same bucket… every time one tries to get out, the others will pull it back in so they can all share the same fate.

Isn’t that sad?

Every time you try to change your life or try to dream big… 

The “crab people” surrounding you will drag you down.

These are the people who tell you that you can’t do something, or that it’s unrealistic, or that it’s risky. 

Do you have any “crab people” in your own life?

Maybe you don’t, and that’s great because it’ll be that much easier to succeed.

But if you’re like most people, you probably have someone pulling you down and holding you back in you life.

[To find people who will pull you up and encourage your dreams – see here]

And here’s the reality, if you stay with the same “crab people”… you’ll be stuck in your life.

You’ll keep being a slave to the 9-5.

You’ll keep doing what other people tell you to do.

And you’ll be stuck in a place where nobody respects you or your time.

No matter how much you want to change or how much willpower you have, the people around you will always be more powerful.

That’s why it’s so important to cut the “crab people” out of your life and surround yourself with winners.

Imagine for a second… 

You got the chance to hang out with Elon Musk and Warren Buffett every weekend.

Would you life get better or worse?
Most likely better.

Would you make more money or less?

Definitely more.

Why?

Because you replaced the “crab people” in your life with geniuses!

And that’s what you need to do.

Now, if you’re looking for a turn to meet these amazing people… 

Then I’ve got something just for you.

Over the years, hundreds of thousands of people from over 100+ countries have connected with me.

Many of these people are successful entrepreneurs and businesspeople.

Not only that, these people are some of the nicest, most genuine people who have come from humble backgrounds just like you and me. 

Now I’ve had this idea for a long time, but this is the first time I am putting it out into the world.

I have just launched Dan On Demand™… 

A global community of inspiring entrepreneurs and ambitious individuals helping support each other to become the best versions of themselves.

We’ve already had hundreds of people join the beta-launch, and the response has been absolutely crazy.

There are success stories, people encouraging each other, helping others when they’re down, and some people have even joined forces to do business together.

So this is your chance to join a community of winners.

Go here to find out more. 

Dan Lok
The King Of High Ticket Sales™ 

P.S. If you’ve just scrolled to the bottom of this email to see what it’s all about… 

Here’s the short version.

If you want to surround yourself with winners – go here.

Author: Gilbert Tan TS

IT expert with more than 20 years experience in Apple, Andriod and Windows PC. Interests include hardware and software, Internet and multimedia. An experienced real estate agent, insurance agent, and a futures trader.

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