Have you ever wondered how people became worth billions or world-class?
Many of us are too obsessed with the final results. And we never see everything that lies beneath their success. The final results are surface level. You need to pay attention to what lies beneath their success. This is where all the magic happens.
What you’re about to discover is the process Sharran Srivatsaa used to go from Indian immigrant, who used to fight off raccoons dumpster-diving to growing Teles Properties 10x to $3.4 Billion and selling it to Douglas Elliman. Also the founder and host of the 5am Club, Sharran is now the CEO of Kingston Lane.
The process Sharran uses to decoding billionaires and world-class performers comes down to focusing on these five things:
- Routines and Rituals
Each one of these is built off of each other. Like how chapters in books work. We’ll show you how to do this by decoding the multi-billionaire stock investor, Warren Buffet.
- Results: Warren Buffet is one of the most successful investors in the world and is worth over $88 billion.
You need to identify the results of what each person has accomplished. This is the first step because it allows you to get your starting point in the decoding process.
To identify the results, ask yourself this simple question, “What are they best known for?”
Since we’re using Warren Buffet as an example, we’ll stick with him. But if you wanted to decode Usain Bolt, his result would be, the fastest man alive.
So once you identify the result, you dive deeper. Leading us to our next step in the decoding process.
- Capabilities: Warren Buffet is really good at investing in companies.
The capabilities are their skill set. It can be one or several. This is how they got their results.
Do you see what’s happening here? We’re reverse-engineering how they become crazy successful.
The question to ask when trying to figure out capabilities is this, “What are they really good at?”
Once you have their capabilities figured out, you’re finally able to move on to the next step.
- Routines and Rituals: Warren Buffet reads 4-6 hours of financial reports every day.
The routines and rituals are how you get your capabilities… and become world-class.
So if you wanted to have the same capabilities as Warren Buffet, you’d need to model the routines and rituals that are in line with the capabilities and results. In this case that would be passionately dissecting market trends and financial reports.
When you figure out these world-class performer’s routines and rituals, you’re able to move to the next step in the decoding process.
- Mindset: Warren Buffett was mentored by Benjamin Graham, who is one of the greatest investors to ever live.
The reason why Warren Buffett has his routines and rituals is because of his mindset.
Which he got from Benjamin Graham, who taught him one powerful lesson: Knowledge is power.
This lesson has been the driving force behind Warren’s mindset and extreme reading. Once you figure out the mindset, you’re finally able to complete the final step in the decoding process.
- Experience: Warren Buffett bought his first stocks at 11 years old and made a profit.
This final step is the most important one because your experiences are what create the mindset. Experiences shape us and make us who we are.
Warren experienced that you could make money on the stock market at an early age. And this is what led him to have the mindset he has today.
The experience doesn’t need to be singled out to only one moment. It can be many moments. The important thing to remember is to find the lesson in the experience, so you won’t have to make the same mistakes.
This is a simple process you can use to decode billionaires and world-class performers. You’ll be able to see what really lies beneath their massive success.
If you want to be as good as Lebron James at basketball, you have the tools to do it. Or if you want to be a best-selling author like Stephen King, you know what to do.
Use Sharran’s process as a framework and you could do this with anyone you want to in the world… and in history!!!
The choice is yours.