I begged patience. One of my pleads was a detailed commentary about Fastlane wealth creation for entrepreneurs—it operates under an exponential scale—those with jobs operate under a linear scale.
For example, an athlete who scores a $100-million-dollar contract to play pro basketball is an event from process. You see and hear about the big contract, the spectacular “get-rich” event, but you typically ignore the process that preceded it. The process was the long, arduous road you didn’t witness: The daily four-hour practices, the midnight pickup basketball games, the torn ligaments, the surgery and rehabilitation, the rejection of being cut from the junior varsity team, and the resistance to the neighborhood gangs, all frame the journey that forms process.
is the event—the process is the struggle and the backstory.
The Fastlane process demands sacrifices that few make, to resolve to live like few can.
If you don’t know where you are going, how will you know if you get there? An undefined destination means an undefined arrival. More than likely, you’ll end up where you don’t want to go. You find wealth with a roadmap, not a dartboard.