Hustlology – Thinking Like a Hustler

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Today’s topic is about dynamic thinking versus linear thinking. Let me give you some examples. There’s a group of people who feel like they don’t have to pay for information. They feel that sharing with one another will get them where they need to be in life.

How many millionaires and billionaires got that way from these types of information swaps? I don’t know of any. Not a one. While people can make good money in online communities, they hit a ceiling very quickly. People with better information that is working for them are not going to give it up freely, because that would be fucking stupid.

Now when I started on YouTube in 2009, I was out of the business. I had a long conversation with myself before writing that first book. Dynamic thinking told me once you cross that bridge, the chance of going back is slim to none. I knew I was going to put out my best stuff. I was going to put out my secrets. You can’t put the genie back in the bottle.

For those people who refuse to buy anything, this is the rub. If you watch my videos and talk about me, you are paying me with your most precious resource – your time. Here’s a shout out to the dissenters who keep this stuff going on, I’m going to say thank you. When I was getting a lot of negative push back, I had my highest month of subscribers ever. Now, I want you to think about that.

You’re not going to pay me. You don’t like me. But, you’re helping me make money and you are bringing more people to my channel. Once again, that’s linear thinking versus dynamic thinking. Dynamic thinking is like playing chess; you have to think ahead.

One of my recent consults came from the dissenter activity. They said they had to see what everybody was talking about. So essentially, the dissenters are putting money in my pocket.

Linear thinking is 1+1 = 2. Dynamic thinking is 1 + A where A represents a value X 2 X B which represents another value is a higher level of thought. The people who are making money and living lives of intent and purpose are thinking at a higher level. You can stay on that rudimentary level of basic thinking, but you are only going to go so far.

My questions to you is: do you only want to go so far when the opportunity to go as far as you want is available? What would you choose? The reason I’m talking to you this way is because everything that you have and every relationship in your life is because of your thought process. Everything stems from your thought process.

Let’s talk about the resale community. I went to an event last night and had a conversation with a consultant about my business and processes. They were just blown away. When I talk to people on YouTube who have a job or who have never had the courage to start a business, they often throw stones and hit me with low level thinking.

All of us on YouTube want something. For me, my name is Glendon Cameron. I have information products that I want you to buy. I will say that all day long, every day, because it’s the truth. That’s why I’m here. That’s the reason this channel was created.

Anyone can make 20 or 50 videos. Just because you decide to get on YouTube and you have a hankering to start a YouTube channel, doesn’t mean you have staying power. Because of linear thinking, the number of YouTubers who rise to having 50 to 100 videos online or more starts decreasing rapidly.

Let me talk to you about videos. Just because you made a video doesn’t mean you did something. If you don’t properly set your video up, then once you get past your circle of friends and family or whatever group you’re in, then it’s lost forever in the world of YouTube.

I realized when I started this channel that I figured I had about two more years for the storage auction thing. I knew it wasn’t going to go on forever. When I sat down, I sketched out topics for 100 videos before I made my first one. That’s dynamic thinking. Linear thinking would be… “I’m going to make a rant video, or I’m going to make a bullshit video.

If you’re making videos, you need to have a plan. If you have a channel and you’re making videos, you’re going to run out of material fast without some vision and a plan.

If you start a YouTube channel, you’re going to have distractors, haters and trolls. They’re coming. Instead of letting them get you down, sit back and think about what you can do to make yourself better. That’s what I did.

I came up with a plan. I set a word goal for a new book I’m working on. I created more products. Essentially, I went to work. I had one of the best Junes ever.

Notice how many people have over 200 videos on YouTube. You won’t find many. I didn’t really think my channel was extraordinary or special. If you get from 5K to 30K subscribers or 2 to 20 million views, you are in the top 20% of YouTubers.

Most videos just disappear into obscurity. They get a few views and then they’re gone. There’s about 40 YouTubers that I watch. There’s a point where people’s channels tend to explode. If you keep making videos with a good core subject, you can get there.

Most people who come on YouTube want their fifteen minutes of fame. They don’t want to roll up their sleeves. They don’t want to learn the business. That comes from linear thinking.

YouTube is one of the best resources on the planet. YouTube has made me six figures. YouTube is extremely powerful if you employ dynamic thinking. If you employ linear thinking, YouTube is a pain in the ass. It’s too much trouble.

It’s kind of funny. I don’t give a shit if you like me or not. I know I don’t need everyone on YouTube to like me. If I can get .008% of YouTube viewers in the world to come to the G-verse, I can become fantastically wealthy. That’s dynamic thinking for you. That’s thinking. That’s not reacting.

Now. Let’s jump to the ultimate truth of linear thinking. What you are and who you are is all produced by your level of thought. If you want your thought processes to increase, you have to change how you think.

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