Why Everyone NEEDS To Drive An Exotic Car

People always ask me why I push everyone to experience Exotic Car Hacks. They ask me what is the correlation to success and Secret Academy.

The answer is extremely simple.

For me, growing up, nice cars and exotic cars have always been a fixation, something to help keep me going in a direction even when my destination wasn’t always clear.

Over the years I realized that it wasn’t about the actual cars, but rather the experiences that came with it.

It was the people, the places, the events, the networking, the buy-in, and so much more, that came from belonging to something different and special.

Those same experiences literally opened all the doors that I walk through today on a daily basis.

There were two fundamental importances to having an exotic car in my life.

The first was the push to constantly improve to be in a position to experience more.

When you drive your first exotic no matter how crappy it is, or the issues it has, it becomes something different and you realize that it wasn’t the outcome of robots putting together millions of these cars so the masses can get from point A to point B.

But rather, it’s the attempt of a select few coming together to create an experience while being behind the wheel.

Many people have failed many times in trying to create that experience, which makes it special because anyone in business can understand as they may have also experienced the power of bringing something to life and how difficult that can be.

It reminds you no matter how imperfect these cars are, that some people out there still believe in creating an emotional connection to the road, while others continue to simply mass produce cars geared to satisfying the convenience of the lazy.

The second point is that as an individual, it pushes you to continue to work harder to remain in this circle of possibilities and to continue growing and experiencing more of these feelings in different parts of your life.

I always say that while many may not care for cars or luxuries, it is often because of their inability to acquire them or their lack of belief that they will even ever be there.

That is often why they shut themselves to it so they don’t have to push for it.

They justify their failures and inabilities by not finding value in things like this.

When I was poor I did the exact opposite.

Every time I saw a person wearing a $20k watch or driving a $200k car I used to remind myself of how irrelevant I was, that another person was in a position to wear on their wrist what I made working for 3 months and then driving twice what I made in a year.

So I would push myself to level up not to own these things, but be in a position of choice by not rejecting them, but rather pushing my curiosity to understand them.

This curiosity and the willingness to back it with actions led me here.

So for those of you who teach your kids to not aspire for these material things and to not push to get an exotic and instead be content with that mundane and boring crap you call a life, remember that success is simply a choice of how you perceive things you don’t understand.

Read Third Circle Theory if you need help.

People always ask me why I push everyone to experience Exotic Car Hacks. They ask me what is the correlation to success and Secret Academy and the answer is extremely simple. You see for me growing up nice cars and exotic cars have always been a fixation, something to keep me at least going in a direction even when my destination wasn't always clear. Over the years all realized that it wasn't the actual cars but rather the experiences that came with it. It was the people, the places, the events, the networking, the buy in and so much more that came from belonging to something different and special. Those same experiences literally opened all the doors that I walk through today on a daily basis. There were two fundamental importances to having an exotic in my life. The first was the push to constantly improve to be in a position to experience more. When you drive your first one no matter how crappy it is or the issues it has it becomes something different and you realize that it wasn't the by products of robots putting together millions of these cars so the masses can get from point a to point b but rather the attempt of a select few coming together to create an experience while being behind the wheel. And yes, many failed many times in trying to create that experience which is why it's special, because anyone in business can forgive that as they experienced the power of bringing something to life and how difficult that can be. It reminds you no matter how imperfect these cars are that some people out there still believe in creating an emotional connection to the road, while others continue to simply mass produce cars geared to satisfying the convenience of the lazy. The second point is that as an individual it pushes you to continue to work harder to remain in this circle of possibilities and to continue growing and experiencing more of these feelings in different parts of your life. I always say that while many may not care for cars or luxuries it is often because of their inability to aquire them or their lack of belief that they will even ever be there. That is often why they shut themselves to it so they don't have to push for it. They justify their failures and inabilities by not finding value in things like this. When I was poor I did the exact opposite. Everytime I saw a person wearing a 20k watch or driving a 200k car I used to remind myself of how irrelevant I was that another person was in a position to wear on their wrist what I made working for 3 months and then driving twice what I made in a year. And so I would push myself to level up not to own these things but be in a position of choice by not rejecting them but rather pushing my curiosity to understand them. This curiosity and the willingness to back it with actions led me here. So for those of you who teach your kids to not aspire for these material things and to not push to get an exotic and instead be content with that mundane and boring crap u call a life, remember that success is simply a choice of how you perceive things you don't understand. Read Third Circle Theory

Posted by Pejman Ghadimi on Monday, January 7, 2019


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