What's up?

I'm here in Toronto, Canada for the weekend. And before you ask, NO — I'm not here moving here because of Trump. Haha. I actually booked this trip months ago. I'm here for Brandon Carter's Renegade Summit World Tour.

Damn, it's cold here. But you know what? It's not too bad. It's a bearable 30-50°F, actually. 

Anyway, today I want to talk about failure. I woke up this morning, at 5am, feeling like a failure. A business transaction I'm involved in didn't work as well as I wanted, which made me realize I didn't do the best job of making it work in my favor. 

There are a lot of emotions going through my mind right now. I feel defeated, cheated, and misunderstood. I also feel incompetent because I treated the deal like a friendly exchange — instead of a business transaction. 

I failed.

But you know what?

Life goes on and I'm never going to let myself feel this way again. The takeaway here is: if you fail, make sure it happens once. Don't allow failure into your life. If and when it sneaks in, pull its roots from the ground and make sure it never grows back again.

Word up.

Raymond Duke

P.S. Webinars are the best way right now to sell products online. Seriously. And when it comes to webinars, Demio is what I recommend. Their launch closes soon. If you're planning to do webinars in 2017 — or if you're just thinking about it, you need this

Raymond Duke