This morning I had an emergency conversation with long time member and Renegade Millionaire Chris Tomshack, why?
His son is in Mexico to attempt his first Ironman.
I'm here trying to complete my 6th.
Like most things in 2020, nothing about this has been EASY either.
First many of the flights to Cozumel had been canceled because of the limited amount of travel.
My options were a fight to Cancun, then a taxi to Playa Del Carmen, then a ferry to Cozumel.
Of course, it wouldn't be that easy.
The seas are high.
The ferry is not running.
What to do next?
As I write this I'm currently working on getting a plane from Playa Del Carmen, but it's not looking good.
At the same time exploring another option which includes paying a taxi driver to take his car on the cargo ferry.
At the same time working on getting a private plane from Cancun to Cozumel.
This IS what Renegade Millionaires do with everything.
Hit a brick wall.
Look for new options.
Take massive action.
I don't know what the outcome will be, but I know that sitting in my hotel room manifesting a way across to Cozumel will not make a boat or a plane appear.
And if it doesn't happen, well then I'll spend some time reading, writing and relaxing and try again tomorrow and then deal with the problem of registration.
Earlier this week on the Renegade Millionaire Live Stream with Dan Kennedy he shared an important lesson about all of this at about 17:10 in the presentation.
We got on to the topic of doing the opposite of the majority and the "Lazy Man's Way To Riches" topic came up.
The top of the pyramid in EVERYTHING says Bullshit, it's not EASY to become a 1% or 5% in anything.
The successful know that for certain there will be work involved and they know there will be road bumps.
The successful know that rarely, if at all, will success come easy.
They know going into anything that to be successful, there will be sacrifice, there will be the need to deal with challenges.