you’ll be richer
if you follow
Rule #1 The difference between Good and Crafty (the legal name of her business) and Fight Club is…the first rule of Good and Crafty is always talk about how good you are.
Rule #2 The second rule of Good and Crafty is always talk to Dominique about your clients (especially if you’ve already slept with or have a date scheduled for “dinner and more.”)
Rule #3 the third rule of Good and Crafty is never talk about how crafty you are unless you’re referring to piloting a rotorcraft (for the uninitiated, when I use the term rotorcraft…I’m always referring to helicopters.)
Rule #4 It is better to look good, than to feel good. Fernando Lamas
Rule #5 Always sleep with the men you’re doing business with—before you do business with them.
Rule #6 Always eat fat first.
Rule #7 Never take dieting advice from a fat person.
Rule #8 Never take financial advice from an advisor who doesn’t have more money than you already.
Rule #9 Plan, plan, plan.
Rule #10 Sometimes what you need to do, is not what you want to do, but as long as you do what you need to do first, you will have the resources to do what you want to do.
Rule #11 Always be learning (ABL). More versatile and useful than ABC (always be closing, sometimes it’s about the opening, not the close.)
Rule #12 If you want it, take it…(but only referring to the books in the library.)
Rule #13 Find out who you are, then do it on purpose. Dolly Parton
Rule #14 We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.
Rule #15 Always have a go-bag packed
Rule #16 Peter Diamandis. “If you can’t win, change the rules. If you can’t change the rules, ignore them.”
Rule #17 Never apologize for anything you’ve said. I will not apologize for anything I’ve said—if you don’t have a sense of humour—that’s sad…but not really my problem.
Rule #18 Warren Farrell in The Myth of Male Power “Women’s greatest strength is their facade of weakness and men’s greatest weakness is their facade of strength.”
Rule #39 Always know more than the other person.
Rule #45 “Don’t ask questions, you don’t want to know the answer to.”
Rule #46 “Poor people have multiple jobs. Rich people have multiple income streams, to be successful, always have multiple income streams.”
The Girl’s Motto: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” Leonardo DaVinci