The Doc Said I Would Die…

October 1, 2019

1) When I was 18 months, I had viral meningitis and doctors told my parents I would die. By the time I was 19 months, I had survived.

2) When I was 10, I decided that I was good at swimming. By the time I was 15, I was selected for the French National Team.

3) When I was 16, I decided to start messing around with boats. By the time I was 22, I had owned 12 boats of my own.

4) When I was 18, I decided that I wanted to study. By the time I was 24, I had graduated with 2 bachelors degrees and 1 Master’s Degree.

5) When I was 24, I decided that I wanted to travel the world. By the time I was 26, I had back-packed for almost 2 years around the world to dozens of different countries.

6) When I was 26, I decided that I wanted to sell boats for a living. By the time I was 28, I sold my first million dollar yacht.

7) When I was 28, I decided that I wanted to become an entrepreneur. By the time I was 30, I had clients in the 5 continents and was travelling 8 times around the world every year for business.

8) When I was 32, I decided that I wanted to invest in real estate. By the time I was 36, I had 6 real estate units.

9) When I was 35, I decided that I wanted to become a sales trainer. By the time I was 37, I had trained nearly 500 yacht and boat brokers worldwide and was seen as an authority in my industry.

10) When I was 35, I decided that I wanted to become a serial entrepreneur. By the time I was 38, I had 4 businesses generating revenue.

Was it easy to achieve all of this? Absolutely NOT.

Have I fu%@ed up along the way? Absolutely YES.

Have I sometimes been broke, depressed or lost, felt like a loser along the way? Absolutely YES.

Remember that if you live life the easy way, life will be hard, but if you live life the hard way, life will be easy.

It reminds me of the old riddle about the 5 frogs:

Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four decide to jump off. How many are left?

The answer is five.

Why?

Because when four “decided” to jump off, it doesn’t mean that they actually jumped.

There’s a big difference between deciding and doing. This post is not about me and what I have done in my life, who cares… It’s about reminding you that life is about 2 things… DECISION AND ACTION. Remember that imperfect action beats perfect inaction!

Start making decisions and taking action TODAY.

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To your success!

— Vincent Finetti
Founder & Instructor

YachtSalesAcademy.com

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