The Myth of Hardwork Is Bullshit

Gary Vee said “every time I hear passive income, I throw up in my mouth.”

Grand Cardone says, “success is HARDWORK!”

Valuetainment’s Patrick Bet-David used a video of him walking out of a big house before going into a lambo to attract fools into watching his content.

I see and hear so many things all the time.  It’s hard to really accept one’s opinion on such a controversial topic, but I’ll have to side with MindValley’s Vishen Lakhiana on this one.

It’s a bullshit myth.

If you look at the labor workers from Dubai, to child slavery across Africa, crop growers in both Thailand and Mexico, and we can go on and on and on.  These are the hardest working folks, yet they make the least amount of money.

Bob Proctor said, “you know working is the worst way you can earn money.”

People have been working their ass off for ages.  You have Chinese who are severely underpaid working in slave factories in China — brought to you by Apple and Nike.

You have Americans working dead-end jobs at clothing stores, wal-mart, and other minimum wage retailers.

All of these people, to a certain extent, work remarkably hard for…..nothing.

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