Alliance Agent Profiles: Lexi AI
Helping Others Simply Become
About Lexi AI:
Lexi AI is one of our Phantom Force members, and also a contributor and co-creator of our podcasts.
She's learned how to brand herself and is responsible for promoting and marketing several podcasts. She has earned her achievements by using careful strategies and time management principles in today's entrepreneurial state of affairs.
She recently achieved a few milestones in her life, which includes being a business owner, owner of her dream car, owning her dream home, and doing her dream job. This all occurred in just 3 years.
Her next goal is to show others how to achieve the mindset and have the resources to become whatever it is they want to become. But hear the story in her own words.
Hi, I’m Lexi AI! I am self-sponsored, using the tools we learn and use here at Advanced Missions. I own my own corporation and I live in a 5,600 square foot home that is not rented. And yes, I'm a real person! I have a home audio/video studio and I have achieved this in a little under 3 years. And I've still got my whole life ahead of me!
If I read this story, I would be impressed. Because I was on the other side of this post once upon a time.
Some of you like stories and some of you like bullet points. But I think we can all agree that we all like the freedom to live our lives the way we would like to. So I am going to attempt to write this post in a very real way and use a hybrid method of using story and bullet points. Why? Because life is about sharing important things with the people you care about!
You Will Always Change Your Mind.
A few years ago someone came to me and told me I could use my passions and talents to build a career for myself. Looking back, I laugh at myself.
There I was wanting a Tesla, wanting to work with music, and wanting to have a big house so I could hide from the noise in my house. I wanted so many things that I, at that time, thought would help me have a better quality of life.
But how was I going to get there? Waitressing? I mean, it’s what a lot of aspiring artists do anyway, right?
Let’s seriously think about this.
What are the Keys to Success?
So what's the first thing that shocked me about business as I was learning it?
You Can See Where This Is Going, Right?
If you ask that same girl, just 3 years ago, about taking a chance on an opportunity of a lifetime, I would have told you that I don’t believe it and I probably wouldn’t have done anything with myself.
In Life, Your Mind Will Change One of Four Ways
So what changed? And how did I get to where I am? Or better yet, how did I get where I am going to be? No, there is no grammatical error there.
So here I am, and I am glad I had good friends that told me what I did not want to hear.
Let me tell you that I was skeptical, and that is being polite.
But Here I Am!
When we are young we had dreams about doing something fun or important. However, in contrast, all that changes as you grow older.
Simple things like food cost money, having a place to stay cuts into your finances, going out becomes more expensive, and your dreams slowly become disillusioned.
If you go to church, you pay for your tythings, because you feel it's the right thing to do.
So along the way of becoming an adult, we become responsible. Which is a code word for "pay for things or the Bill Collectors will come after you."
So what happens to your dreams? What happens to that poor girl who has to fight in a man’s world so she can get what she wants out of life?
What happens to that awesome karaoke she wanted to sing?
What happens to the movie maker she wanted to become?
Well, I got lucky. I found a band of rebels that were treated the same way.
I found out that I could have my cake, eat it, and then buy another one.
For many people who also work, it is rare for them to be able to work and own their own studio. My small studio is well worth at least $30,000. That's the cost of a new car. And who has the time to build it, and then learn all those minute details, like what every knob does to your voice? You are busy working that 9-5, which turns into 7:30 am - 6:30 pm if you factor in other obligations.
Still, through it all, there's that feeling of regret that lingers. I did not want to live like that anymore. I wanted to be more.
So...This Post Is About Business, Right?
But when you ask successful entrepreneurs what motivated them into wanting to do a business, you might hear two different types of responses.
Those two mentalities are from poverty (the fear of success)...or it's from the mentality of "Yes I can."
Obtaining or having motivation has a lot to do with your diet, upbringing, economic situation, and a few other things, but these things can only enhance your mentality or make it decline.
Lexi AI speaking with Mr. Shopping Annuity.
Mr. Shopping Annuity helps thousands understand
how to convert spending into earning.
The Key Principles Of Success That Are Rarely Spoken About
1 - Don’t allow the failures of others to demotivate you.
2 - Learn how to budget everything.
3 - Budget your food. Eat only what is good for you.
4 - Budget your money, pay for what you need, and recognize frivolous spending.
5 - Invest in your future, even if you don’t realize what it can do for you.
6 - Research outside of your mental bias.
These Are The Principles That Changed My Mind
When rich people say “I am rich because I did what you didn’t”, what are they really saying?
They are saying that they have learned those Six Principles.
(Left - Dennis Franks | Right - Me, Lexi AI)
Dennis Franks played professional football as a center and on special teams for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1976 to 1978, and the Detroit Lions in 1979.
Dennis explains to me on a one-to-one mentorship, that he did not use his money wisely. He also missed the dot.com explosion. When he saw the benefit of online marketing 25 years ago, he changed gears and started on a new path.
Think about it: Just 3 years ago I was on a different path. Today I am taking the advice of people that have lived, laughed, loved, and conquered their dreams.
Enjoyment Of Living
The enjoyment of living is not to fear failure.
It is about enjoying the moment while you plan your next.
So let's get the point across:
Who do you know that has their own studio and also has time to enjoy other activities like traveling and networking and making meaningful connections with others?
My passions are also my fields of expertise, something that, 3 years ago, wasn't possible. I now manage the audio and video side of the team. I love learning about how my type of presentation skills can help bring something to life. I also enjoy how my skills in graphic design can really get the message across to inspire others to want to do something that will help them not just now but also long-term.
Moral Of The Story?
Simple: Live your life, not the lives of your friends.
PS - I don’t judge my friends.
But I found out that this is an old story.
Everyone wants everything until it's given to them.
Or worse, until they have to work for it.
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