Welcome to the making of a DM, the decision that will kill you. It kills dreams and goals all over planet earth. But after today, my friend, you're going to be able to look decision in the eyes in a way different way. So with that said, let's get started
(00:20): A more Kevins D ridiculous. I'm more Kevins. I'm here to helping teach him what I, what I know and how I did it to discover freedom. There. Ain't no question. More Kevins. When he step in the doubt, he tell what the DM stand for. I'm a deal maker, a deal maker, but I'm not just a deal maker. I'm a dream maker. Hey, there's your boy park happens. D
(00:50): M hope you're having an amazing day. As I'm talking to you from Parkland, Florida overlooking the golf course. It just had a massive downpour. I wasn't walking in it. Thank God. But Hey, if you were just deal with it and keep rolling, right? Anyways, hope you're having an amazing day. Today's, show's going to be about three or four different things. I wanna share with you guys. A lot of cool stuff, but before I always start, I'd like to say, thank you guys so much over on Instagram. I was sharing this like how grateful I am to have you as a listener to have you following me along the journey of life. And it's so important to me. I know sometimes you're like, oh, it's no big deal. You're watching this or that. And I hope I inspire you. I hope I, I, I show you a path.
(01:38): I hope you watch me. And you're like, damn, if that, that clown can do it, why can't I? So I hope you borrow my belief system and you go out there and absolutely crush life. It's, uh, that's what I do for, I'm not trying to be cool. I'm not trying to be, you know, funny or rich and all these things. I'm I just, I'm just being me. And, uh, just a small town, hillbilly kid from Ohio that figured out how to generate some revenue, still trying to figure out how to do more every day, how to be a better human being every day and all that. So again, appreciate you being here on the journey of the DM, the making of a DM podcast show, getting super excited about the Cleveland event, uh, June 29th and 30th, there's gonna be hundreds of people coming in from all over the world, uh, to hang out for two days and celebrate my birthday.
(02:23): I'll be 44 years old, June 19th. So I'm postponing my party on the, till the 30th, but we're gonna come in. You're gonna learn about making money, protecting money, growing money, how to raise money, how to build your company, how to create a better lifestyle for yourself and your family and everything in between. I do have a special guest coming. Sean, Wayland's gonna be coming and speaking. I'm gonna have a guy that's worth a half a billion dollars speaking about how he was able to do it in five years or less. I wanna have a buddy of mine, how he's used social media to extract millions and millions and millions of dollars in revenue and private money out and make a lot of money. So these are just a couple of the guys they're crypto. If you're big into crypto, I'm gonna have my guy, actually, this is a cool story.
(03:05): I'm gonna have my guy come in and speak to you guys. Kind of some of the stuff he's working on and what's working. What's not obviously the market's different today than it was five months ago, but that's not a bad thing necessarily if you know what's going on and, uh, he's gonna enlighten us. But, uh, just one tip he gave us been, and this is not a brag by the way, but I put seven figures in and within, um, I think six months, maybe five months, um, that seven figures is worth eight figures. So probably it's a good little deal. so I, uh, these norm, these returns are not normal. There's nothing normal about it. And keep in mind, I haven't pulled the money out. So it's unrealized gains. So by the time I decide to wake up, pull anything out, it might be worth zero, who knows, but, uh, these are the kind of things that life and business.
(03:53): And if you're hanging out with the right people, things can happen in a positive way. I too appreciate you guys, you know, sharing your information over on leaving, uh, comments and, and, uh, just sharing the story, letting people know you're listening to the podcast show and, you know, telling 'em what's up and Hey, this show is a banger, check it out kind of stuff like means so much to me. And you going over to Amazon or in, uh, anywhere just leaving five star reviews. It's absolutely for me again, I've shared this before, but I shared it again real quick is if I'm having a bad day, that's where I go. I go to iTunes and I see what people are saying about me. I go to Amazon and I, I just, the positivity gets me out of the funks quicker and, uh, forces me to kick it up a notch.
(04:37): And cuz I'm not just doing this for me, I'm doing this for the big picture. You know, some days really do suck for all of us. Right? So what do you do when you get outta funk? That's what I do. So if you ever, uh, have not left a five star review, please do so, uh, might save my, might make my dad a lot better in the future. So today's show, I want to talk to you something about super important thing, and this is very important show. So I might be a little calmer. I don't know. Maybe I'll get amped up or something, but I just want to talk. If you're sitting, I'm looking in my office here. If you're sitting across the desk in my leather chair and I'm sitting in the regular chair talking to you about life and um, something very important to me, cuz I I've talked to a lot of people over the last seven days, just kind of talking about the event and what we're doing and where they're at in their business and journey and life and all that.
(05:25): And there's, it seems like to be a common thread, but I wanna share this out loud with you. So today's topic is you matter, yes you, I don't care where you're at in your life. If you're just starting out. If you're in the middle of the road or you're going towards the end, you matter, you' post matter, your shares. Matter your comments. Matter your conversations. Matter your relationships matter. You matter to a lot of people, a lot of things. For some reason, I think we live in this world of Hollywood. If you don't have a picture in front of a Ferrari or roll or a mansion, you feel like you don't matter. If you don't have a picture of you holding a million dollars in cash, you don't matter. If you take a picture and everything in the background is not put together and it's all shitty and trashy, you matter, the truth is authenticity will always win over fakeness.
(06:37): Maybe not in the short term this is where people get tripped up. Sometimes, you know, you show that flashy picture and I'm not saying you shouldn't do this. Sometimes have a cool picture, but like you matter, you know, when I see people post on, you know, social media, we're very voyeur people, right? We all just watch what people are doing. And we just scan and scan and scan and scan. And you know what you're doing is you're, you're, you're dropping these things in like I'm less than that. I'm less than that. I'm less than that, man. That guy has everything that, that girl's got everything, man. I wish I had that body, man. I wish I had that money, man. I wish I had that car. I wish I had that house. I wish I had this. I wish like as opposed to being like, damn, I've come a long way from where I started and I'm only going to get bigger.
(07:18): See social media has created a lot of envy has created a lot of people to resent the effort I was thinking about. I, I did not buy my first rolls Royce for the first 12 years of my life business life. I could have bought that thing so many times before that, but I delayed gratification because my vision, my objective was bigger. The truth is I wanted it day one. I wanted it 12 days later, 50 days later, six months later, six years later. But I just kept pushing it off because if I got it, I wouldn't even drive it cuz I was too damn busy. Truth is now I have multiple roll Royces, Ferrari shit, the Ferrari sitting in the garage. I can't even start it. No one can. It's a whole nother story. But like I don't even drive these things. I drive my golf cart.
(08:15): I love cars though in general. But like we've created this world and I, I always call it Hollywood world where everything's like lipstick and dolled up. I mean, what I mean by that is if you see an actor or actress in real life, you look at him and you're like, Jesus, that girl is beat up or guy, they look pretty rough. Some not all but some, but you see 'em on the screen and you're like, oh my gosh, they're beautiful. Wow. They're shreded and then 12 months later you see 'em in their 400 pound, you know, like whatever. So very Hollywoodish there's a moment in time. They're reading from a script, they have a hundred people around 'em to make 'em look good. And then they have you and I just an every day normal person, like everyone else, I wake up just like you.
(09:08): I put my underwear on just like you, I take a shit just like you I put on my clothes. Just like you. Everything we do is very similar. And I feel like a lot of people's lost themselves by over consumption. I know they have, because I talk to a lot of people and they just don't feel worthy when I'm talking about the Cleveland Ohio event. They're like, yeah, but I'm not that big yet big. Like what? Like you're big for where you're at and where you started and you're going places like, yeah, but like, I mean, I'm gonna go there. I'm gonna be the smallest fish. Yes. That's the key you want to be always be the, I wanna be the smallest fish. Yeah. But like I've gained a couple pounds. Like it's all about like these weird things they've created in their head. But you matter, you matter when you get up in the morning, you control that effort. You do.
(10:05): Like when I see people slipping up, it's because they've lost their matter, their purpose in life, what they stand for. But you matter when I say I'm waking up at 4 44, I'm waking up at 4 44 period. If not sooner, because I matter my word matters to myself. No one knows if I sleep in my wife may, but no one else, but I'm not doing it for everyone else. I'm not even doing it for my wife. I'm doing it for me. Cuz I matter, working out, I work out seven days a week. I know sometimes it doesn't look like it. And I get frustrated too by thinking that, but I matter and it's good for me, for my mental capabilities to get out to the gym, to work out sometimes heavy, sometimes light, sometimes cardio. But it matters to me because I told myself I'm gonna do it.
(11:02): Cuz I matter, it's pretty cool. Inside the DM Alliance, the one K a month group, we have mastermind group. We have a lot of amazing people from all walks of life and we're doing a DM challenge right now. And it's a six week 42 to a new you 42 days to a new, you like eating health. My boy Frazier, you know he's in there and he's just like sharing amazing knowledge. We created a 54 page manual. Just kind of showing people to get back on track. It's exciting. It's fun. It keeps it engaged at a high level. It's very fun for all of us.
(11:40): And if Frazier didn't wake up thinking he mattered. That would affect me cuz today it helps me become a better human being. All the effort he's put into his life over the last 18 years, right in this business industry. Guys. Not every day's pretty, not every day's meant to be pretty. It's cool. Yesterday. My daughter woke up at five o'clock in the morning and I usually have a rhythm. You know, four, I actually got up four o'clock that morning. But usually I'm like in the office, she's kind of reading and kind of taking some notes, looking at some financial statements. And I heard her cry. She says, dad, dad. And I'm like, oh, here we go. Sometimes you get upset. Sometimes you don't whatever. But I'm like, ah, yes, she wants me. She needs me tonight. I'm excited. I want to. And I lay in bed with her.
(12:23): She said, dad, dad, Baba, dad, dad, Wawa, dad, dad. I want the like she's just being funny. She's wide awake. Right? And I get ready to go to the gym. I go to the gym around five 50. But as I'm laying there, I'm just so grateful. Keep mind not to say I don't have massive anxiety cuz in my brain I had work to do. And I was already kicking my brain up. I was already up almost an hour. So really getting entrenched in like some cool stuff. And but like these are moments in our life will never, ever, ever, ever, ever get back ever. My daughter's growing up right before my eyes, my son already is, and he's he'll be seven. But like it matters to me. It matters to her. It doesn't even like, you don't even think about it like that in that moment, but it matters.
(13:09): I'm holding her. I'm kissing her. I'm telling her, I love her. How amazing she is. She's so beautiful. Your curls are so cute. Like just our words matter. What we do matters, how we talk matters. So when you matter, you start wanting to get better. You wanna start making the shit. You do matter even to another level. And that's why you're here listening to this podcast show. I hope because you wanna be a better human. You wanna be a better giver. You want to do more in life. You want to, you want hang out with the family more. You wanna have a lifestyle that you've been dreaming of and desiring, but this stuff doesn't happen by accident. This stuff happens because you set the pieces up in place and execute every single day, every single moment. Because you matter, if you truly believe you matter your efforts start changing. Your cadence starts kicking up a notch. You start looking at things differently. You start looking at opportunity, not obstacles. You start seeing the good in people, not the negative in people. You start experiencing a level, another level of, of success because you start seeing the level of successes that are in front of you. It's everywhere. I love seeing the beauty in others. I see it everywhere. I don't care what you look like, what you do or how much you make or don't make. If you're a great person, you're a great fucking person period.
(14:49): I've realized early on in my life that I want to help people. I love people and I wanna push people. I wanna help 'em I wanna guide them. I wanna give 'em tools. I wanna be around them. I like, I genuinely love people sometimes to a fault by the way. But that's me. That's what I do. That's what, you know, I get it. It's part of the life and there's disappointment in that, but that's okay because all the amazing people I've met by being who I am matters. My best friends come through this way. Like this is like, you matter so much.
(15:24): Maybe you're the black sheep in the family and you feel like you don't matter, cuz you're not sure how to talk to people and they're judging you and this that it's okay. You matter still just stay, stay on course. Don't get distracted. Don't get sucked into the negative. Don't get sucked into what they believe. Get sucked into what you know, lean into it. Indulge, enhance, grow, enjoy the ride because you're matter. You matter you're worth it. Aren't you. Of course you are. Whoever said being an entrepreneur was easy. Whoever said wanting more outta life was easy. Whoever said, you know you changing the financial trajectory would be easy.
(16:17): Who, when you hear me say, it's easy. It's easier than the alternative, but it's not easy in effort. See, I don't understand how people can sit around and watch sports all day. I don't understand how people can sit around and not do want to be better every day. Like I just, I don't understand it. It's almost as if I'm watching a person that literally thinks they're going to live forever. And then when they get sick, they're like, I don't know how that happened to me. Well dude, you haven't fucking lifted a weight. You haven't done any exercise in fucking 30 years. You don't eat. Right. You drink all day. You, you got your, you know, cigarettes. Golo like, what do you expect is going to happen? Right. But you matter and you're doing something about it. And I respect that. You're here today to be a better person.
(17:10): It's pretty cool. It's actually in my mind when I shoot, when I'm sharing this conversation with you as I'm pacing the office, I think about you and I meeting one day. Like this is for real. I literally like, I, I picture you sitting here at my, my chair and we're just talking as buddies. And we're like, man, five years ago, here's where I was at. And here's where I'm at today. Wow. 10 years, 20 years, we have tens of hundreds of thousands of people listen to this show. And my goal is to meet every single one of them because you matter, people message me on IG and they're like, dude, this is your assistant. It's like, okay, cool. Let's talk it's me.
(17:59): I truly do have a different approach. I listen, I'm nots scalable. It's hard to sell a company. If, if I'm the only one dealing with the pieces, but certain pieces, I feel need to be dealt by me with me through me. I love the human aspect of life in business. I really do. It's helped me back from scaling a lot, but it also has made, made me feel absolutely whole and amazing. And that's okay cuz I'm living my plan and that's it. See, I'm not trying to be, you know, Donald Trump. I'm not trying to be Elon Musk. I'm not trying to be Jeff babes. I'm not, I'm trying to be the best Mark Evans DM version. I can be. I'm always improving. I'm always working on it. I fuck up just like everyone else. We all do. And if anybody says they don't run for the Hills, cuz they're trying to get money from you.
(18:48): But I'm very conscious of it. And I call myself out. I call myself out more than anybody would ever call me out Evans. You're being a wemp man. You're being a pussy. Stop doing it. Step your game up. Ack up Evans D you know you got this, but you're scared. Mark. You're scared. I get it. You're scared, but let's go. You made a commitment. You're going to execute and you're gonna, you're gonna succeed, right? Yes. Done. Let's go. We all have that self talk. Right? Simple things like on you matter if you wanna start getting more exposure, more recognition and more connection, you know, on social media, I'm using this as a simple example, as I gotta, you know, on Facebook, you get those alerts like, Hey, here's a memory. When I walked the Camina de Santiago in 2013, actually what, nine years ago now me and my wife, we walked that 42 day walk across Spain, 500 miles.
(19:40): Pretty cool. If you've never done it, I'm, I'm, I'm excited to do it with my kids when they get older. But, um, one thing that happened is I posted it and I had like 12 people like it in two comments. I think if I was worried, if I'm not keep mind, I'm not doing the walk to get likes and comments. I'm not doing the walk to get even recognized. I'm just sharing my journey. And I'm glad I did because I get the memories that pop up, you know, what ha what happened on this day, 15 years ago, 20 years, it's just gonna keep growing. Right? And it kind of refl. It's a cool reflection typically.
(20:17): But I remember the two people commented. I don't remember the many people that liked it, but I remember the two, 100% of the two people commented. And there's hundreds that solid, only a handful liked it. And only two people commented that one person could be you. And what I'm saying here is you matter, what if I'm like keep mind when you're walking 500 miles, it's rough some day, like you go through this journey, like you're, you're walking average about 10 miles a day, 10, 15 miles a day. So like you're walking, walking, walking, oh, it's a rough day. And you know, but I could literally swipe up and see my phone. And maybe I had 50 messages. Keep going, mark, love your shares. Yes. Fire, you know, thumbs up, spaceship, whatever. Like, and comment is what I'm saying. See, the truth is most people do 90% of the work.
(21:12): They do. 90% of the effort that one little extra 10% could make a thousand percent difference. Like it. And comment, if you follow me, you'll see lots of people like, and comment my stuff. Why? Because I truly believe it's one of the biggest separators in the game on social media. I don't care if you're talking to, if you're following anybody, it doesn't matter who you're following. Like and always comment, share their story. If it makes an impact in your life that day. Because when you like comment and share, they got three conversa. Like you, we all see it. I don't care how big you are or how many followers of your heart. You recognize it. Now I'm not saying they're gonna message you and say, thank you. Or I'm not saying that, but you're not doing it for them. You're doing it for you. You're creating a muscle, a cadence in your body that likes comment, share like comment, like comment, like comment, share, boom, you do this over the next year, two years, five years, your, your, your visibility, your credibility, your connections will be way higher.
(22:23): See a lot of people are trying to silently build big. I want you to dream big and do big and get big. You're doing 90% of it. Now when I do a post, I might get 200 likes and 10 comments again. I remember all the comments. And when I see people share it, I actually reach out to 'em privately say thank you. Most of the time, appreciate the share or thumbs up or like, and comment on there. Share you keep doing this. You're planting seeds. You're creating relationship capital every single time you do it. Relationship capital relationship capital are you doing that? It's so easy to do, but yet, so few will do it. Even people listening to my voice right now, you might even be scrolling on Facebook or TikTok or IG or whatever platform you're using and doing the same things. I want you to know your actions matter. You matter.
(23:29): See, it's not, oh, it's just a like mark. It's no big deal. Huh? Oh mark. It's just a comment. No big deal. They're busy. They don't recognize me. I'm small. I have no value, et cetera. Your value is in your recognition and effort by letting 'em know you're paying attention. I value that greatly. The making of a DM would not be as big as it is. If you guys didn't share it. If you didn't talk about it, if you didn't leave comments, if you didn't leave testimonials, if you didn't leave five star reviews, et cetera, hundreds of thousands of peoples. Listen to this show. We might have 500, 505 star reviews, very small percentage on a grand scheme of things. I'm not mad. I just want more, cuz I wanna connect more. I wanna do more. I want people like your voice matters when you met, when you leave that five star review, the algorithm kicks up and then other people see it because you did something that mattered.
(24:39): You left something positive. You shared like, dude, that was amazing. That connected with me. Maybe I'm talking about my family and it resonates with you. And you're like, I like that guy, cuz this isn't just about life business. This is about life. The making of a DM is you. I'm just sharing the journey. I'm just sharing my story. Hopefully you can relate. And, and, or like, dude, I don't have to deal with that. I don't. I'm good, man. Your efforts matter. You getting up early, you going into the gym, you paying attention to what you're reading, paying attention to what you're putting in your brain. Paying attention to the words coming outta your mouth. Paying attention of you becoming a better human being. You matter, I don't care if you're giving $20 a month right now to charity, you should be thinking, how do I give 200? How do I give 2000? How do I give 20,000 a month, 200,000 a month, 2 million a month? Like these are progressions because you matter you, by the way, that's me. That's what I want to do. Maybe yours is like, I wanna build the company. I wanna do like all these pieces matter.
(25:36): My big fear is that people are losing sight of the effort to get the result. Therefore they never get to experience what I'm talking about. What's the most you've ever given to a charity, a hundred dollars, $5,000, fifty thousand five hundred thousand five million, 50 million, 5 billion. What's the most amount you've ever given. This. Isn't a game against you and me. It's about you. I'm not playing the giving game for you. I'm playing it for me. I'm gonna give hundreds of millions of dollars away to do that. I need to become a better person that runs better companies that generates more money. So I can, I gotta make a billion to give a hundred million away. That's me. What game are you playing? Who are you playing it against?
(26:30): But you matter, my numbers matter. Truth is I'm dealing with the situation right now. I was in the process of buying this company. I wanna buy it, but I'm not motivated to buy it. I'm eager, but not motivated. Let me say it again. I'm an eager buyer, but I'm not a motivated buyer. It's a drastically different conversation. I don't have to buy. I wanna buy. And then this guy's got these hotshot lawyers, things cha like, dude, I just like simple and quick. This is a five and a half million dollar deal. I wanna move quick. Boom done. It's I've done this many times. It's not a big deal. I'm in, I got the team. There's a couple due diligence things I still gotta do, but I can't do it until I have a signed contract. Right? I still don't have a signed contract. Five weeks later, four weeks later.
(27:21): It's silly time. And lawyers always kill deals by the way, time and lawyers, the truth is straight up. My life has changed a lot in the last four weeks. What has changed? I have a massive event in Cleveland, Ohio. I hope you attend. It's a thousand dollars a ticket. It's a steal should be 10 grand. I have nothing to sell only there to share and help you. That's changed. I like, we're almost in June. My events in June. I, I have traveled from nine to the 12th. I leave back to Ohio on the 14th. As you know, when you land back, I haven't been to the house in five months when I land there, there's five days of work to do. I'm sure. Five, you know, it just takes time to settle so time. And then I have a big event. The 28th, actually from the 27th, I got an event 28th, then my big event's, 29th and 30th.
(28:12): And then I got people hanging out on the first and then, oh, by the way, you got the thing called July 4th. So the guy starts making demands. This is what I need. This is what I expect. Listen, I'm sorry you heard that or misinterpret that that's not on me. That's on you. But if, if you want employment on me, that's cool too. I'm I'm an adult. It's whatever. Could we have been clear? Always. I always wanna be clear at communication. I always wanna be better, but the problem is now we're four weeks deep and my life's changed and I don't have time. And five and a half million dollars in my bank account looks better today than it did four weeks ago. I just had a big win on crypto. Like I just told you the capital's there, but the confidence isn't there with the situation. I just don't have time. And his, his problem is becoming my problem. And when his problem becomes my problem, it's now a problem.
(29:07): See, I don't buy companies to be stressed. I buy cuz I want to, I buy cuz I want to grow. I buy, you know, I, I, I do things that I want. That's the beautiful thing about getting to a certain level in life and understanding is do the shit that makes you happy. And when it doesn't make you happy stop doing it, it sounds so simple, but it's not. I'll dive even deeper. Cuz I wanna share real stuff with you. I've called seven people to ask them about what I should do on this. I've consulted seven different people in the last 24 hours. I'm talking guys that are worth billions. I'm talking guys that are worth hundreds of millions. I'm talking guys that make 300 grand a year. Lawyers, accountants, and business owners and buddies that are big business owners as well. And I'm sharing the story. I'm just trying to like, is it my ego? Am I being silly? Am like I'm, I'm trying to become better. And all seven of these people that I called come from an event I've met over the years. These are all guys. I respect their opinion.
(30:17): I, I respect them as a person. I understand who they are and what they stand for. And I've met them years ago. One guy actually helps me with my books on some of my companies. He's the CEO of his company. And he shared with me what he would do. Very interesting. And the truth is all of 'em said the same thing, mark, you're a man of your word, but you also gotta go with your gut. And at this point, you know what your gut's telling you. Don't ever not listen to it. It's not about ego. It's not about doing the right thing or it's about you. It's about you matter. And if you're going to be like guys, I'm not, I'm not doing stuff to make money anymore. I'm past that stage. I already make money. So I'm not buying that this company makes a million a year, a million a year. This may sound super douchy and I'm not trying to, but a million a year does not change my life in any way, shape or form. Do I want it? Absolutely, but I don't need it.
(31:18): Cuz that 1 million a year will get me closer to giving my a hundred million plus a year away. Cuz I don't wanna make a million a year. I wanna take that. Turn that million into 5 million, that 5 million into 50 million sell, et cetera. So I'm not doing it for the daily effort, the daily money. I'm doing it for the big picture effort. The big picture goal, the big picture dream. But it takes work, takes grit, takes time. But these seven guys I called, I would ask you, listen, who do you call when you need help? Who do you listening to my voice right now? Who do you call? I have colleagues and coaches and people. I invest my like I wanna be a better dad. Who do I call? I wanna be a better husband. Who do I call? I wanna be a better business owner. Who do I call? I wanna be a better leader. Who do I call? I want to make better business decisions based off of this data, who do I call?
(32:19): I even paid a consultant $3,000 for 30 minutes to sitting down and, and, and let me vent so I can ask. 'em a question. I meant them through a mastermind. I'm not saying you just call people for free. If they want paid, I'll pay 'em. I like, I, I value their opinion. I value their time, but who do you call? This is how I know a lot of people don't believe in themselves is because they're not investing in themselves. They don't invest money in themselves to come to an event. They don't invest money in themselves to even buy a book. They don't invest their money into join a mastermind. They don't invest their money to watch courses online. Or you know, like if you don't invest in you, how do you expect others to invest in you? You don't even believe in yourself enough. Well, mark, I'm busy.
(33:14): Okay. Bullshit. We're all busy, but define busy. I have people in a group that has this one guy has seven kids, three companies and travels like a maniac and he still makes it to the events. He still shows up to the calls today to be exact. I'm recording this on a Friday at four o'clock. It's two 30 at four o'clock today. We'll be on the phone for two hours, with 34 guys that are all fucking massively busy. Me included because it's important to us. It's called a priorities. See, we've all we all have money on that call. We're trying to figure out how to be strategic about it. Keep more of it and give more away and grow what we have. See when you prioritize the things that matter to you, what you want will show up. If you're not prioritizing your health, the opposite money opposite, you are worth money.
(34:13): You are worth being a better human being. You are worth showing up to an event. You are worth investing a thousand a month in a mastermind. You are worth investing 50,000. I just got a client. Um, two days ago they invested $50,000 and lit. I, I guarantee that 50 grand will turn into many, many, many, many, many, many, many millions of dollars in the next 12 months. Not because I'm smarter. Not cuz I'm better, but because they've realized they're worth it. And the people that they're investing inside that group will actually show them a different path, a better path, a clearer path and a more financial path, better path. See, we've been built to think we have to do everything on our own. We have to do it the hard way. I'll show you all outwork. You okay? If that's the path you want to go. So be it like in all seriousness, this isn't, I don't care if you ever come to my event, I hope you do. Cause I'd like to meet you.
(35:12): But like when you come to my, I, you gotta understand I'm not in the event space. I don't build events. I don't sell events. I don't sell at events. I don't do any of that shit. I'm doing this event cuz it's a birthday bash charity event. Every single person that walks in that room matters. And I know that. And I'm sharing this with you because I'm a tentative to that information. There's cool gifts. When you arrive, there's cool speakers that you don't even know exist. That's gonna share real shit with you. There's nothing to buy zilch in the party, birthday bash, I would pay a thousand dollars just to come to the party because the people in the room, it's a black tie party. The people in the room, the connections, it's a open bar. I mean it will. If you're a business person, just to see how it's put together is worth the investment. Just to see how it's the team is orchestrated. It took me 20 years to what I could show you in four hours, I wrote about it in the making of a, uh, the magic of think, uh, excuse me. magician verse mule. I used to be cheap here. Now I'm conscious of the actions and the results.
(36:45): The smells, the looks, the sounds, the effort. What we're doing it for 100% of the nut proceeds go to charity. You coming matters. Not just for you, but for the charity that we will DIC. I believe it's going to be, um, one or two charities. One of 'em in particular is Tim Ballard's charity. I think it's called the under, um, underground operation, right? For child trafficking and all that stuff. Children trafficking, you matter, you showing up, you matter for yourself. You matter for your family. You matter for your future. And you matter to the group cuz you showed up and you be, you belong. I'm not saying this to be silly, but if you don't belong in a room that I put together, my team and myself, I don't know what else. Like I I'm just laid back. The people in the room are laid back. Like we're there cuz we want to be better.
(37:41): It's a thousand dollars on June 29th and 30th. If you don't show up, I'd ask myself why it's not a thousand dollars. Do you believe you're worth a thousand dollars? There will. You could make one connection there. I mean there's enough people in there, you just meet. One person could change your life. One deal could change your life. One idea from the speaker sharing information for free, nothing to buy, could change your life, buy back your time, gain access to more money, to do more deals, get access to better health. I mean it's unlimited, but you have to show up.
(38:33): You have to take the steps to get to where you want to go. How can you sit here and tell me that you want to be a better human being, but everything you do is the opposite of you getting better. It's okay to be scared. It's okay to get outta your nest. It's okay to kind of like, ah, I don't know if it's dude, it's a thousand dollars fly there for three days. You're in and out hotel. Whatever. Say if you invest two grand total, if this ain't the best damn investment in the world, you tell me, I know the caliber of people coming and they all wanna be better. And they're all great givers, great shares. They, they like genuinely care about human beings.
(39:23): If you haven't got a ticket yet, please do. So if this show's ever been valuable, this is a, like, this is a no brainer. You can get a ticket at Mark Evans, dm.com Ford, Cleveland, or just shoot me a message on IG and say Cleveland, and I'll get you the link direct. But I want you to know whatever path you take. You matter, stop paying attention to someone's highlight reel. When you don't even know the full story, could you use it for inspiration maybe. But a lot of things I'm seeing as a lot of people are getting they're they're going the negative. They're going the opposite away. They're over consum consuming. Therefore their brain can't separate reality from non-reality but your bank account has less. You, you feel like shit. You're just not like where you want to be detached. Be a creator, not a consumer start investing in yourself. Seriously. I, I really right now is a great time to be investing in yourself.
(40:35): You know, we did a show about that. Everyone talks about separation season. I just want you to participate. I want it to be participation season, participate in your future self, become the person you want to become. I just hope you understand how important you are. And again, listen, I feel like I'm just getting started. I I know I'm just getting started when I was 18 years old, 25 years old, like there was days I did not wanna get outta bed, but I had to, those are the moments that matter. Cause that's when most people quit, but you're not a quitter. You're a doer because you matter, you know that. And I know that, but are you going to do what it takes to show up 12 months later in another level, another position because you took the steps and the actions that get you to where you want to be. I gotta get ready for this other show. I appreciate you being here. I hope to see you in Cleveland, Ohio, I will see you in Cleveland, Ohio at Mark Evans, dm.com/cleveland. You're absolutely an amazing human being. I appreciate you being here. Thank you so much that this show helped you in any way, shape or form. Please feel free to share it until then take day
(42:03): I'm to helping him. How there ain. No question. Kevin. When he step in the he's closing deals, I to tell him what the DM stands for. I'm a deal maker, a deal maker, but I'm not just a deal maker. I'm a dream maker. The journeys where it's at, it's all about the process. Come to get over to the DM projects, a small town of so I know how it, I don't know why y'all so I know how its can I come from a lot of money? I remember as a kid wanted them make a honey bra. Didn't see no one making more than that. Graduated high school with a 1.8, like sure. They held me back. I owe my principals and teachers are alive just to witness this I'm own boss. Some out here running two, a figure businesses. I can walk away from it at all.
(42:48): And I be good. I been called to help people just like y'all learn the game it's to Paul, everybody chasing the money, but I'm not chasing the money. I'm out here chasing the purpose. Yo, I been working my whole life. Guess where we had, is it gonna get us where we wanna go? So it's to, to learn, come to I'm Kevin I'm that helping teach him what I, what I know and how I did it. He discover freedom there. Ain't no question more. Kevin's when he step in the, he deal to what the DM stands. I'm a deal, a deal maker, but I'm not just a deal maker. I'm a dream. The journeys where it it's all about the project deal.
(43:46): This is the podcastfactory.com