Have you ever been to a concert or sporting event and been jealous of those who sit in the special reserved seats?

You see them there, in the front row, with the most comfortable seats, the best views and the personal service.  They’re high fiving the stars while you have to squint to work out what going on.

Don’t you just wish that you could swap places?

In life, it seems as though certain people sit in the reserved seats as well.

They get the best opportunities, the most acclaim and get to mingle with the high profile individuals in their fields and everyone else envies their position.

Generally speaking, they are the experts in their fields.

They have established a reputation for consistent excellence.

They have built a resourceful network that helps them on their journey.

And they have that confident aura that comes with being sure of themselves and their abilities.

If you want to join them in the reserved section, I’ve got good news and bad news.

You control whether or not you get to join them.

That’s good news if you want to do the work to become an expert, are willing to patiently establish your reputation and like yourself enough to believe that you deserve success.

But it’s bad news if you would prefer to just be handed a seat in the reserved section without doing anything different.

The reserved seats are rare because not everyone is willing to do the work to get there.

But they are not reserved solely for those who are born into entitlement and the opportunity is there for everyone to join in, including you.

So come and sit in the reserved seating.

We’re waiting for you!

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