This is a continuation of “The Great Escape” interview with Eric Thiele. Eric is working with Sean Terry and Flip2Freedom.com to learn how to start up a successful wholesaling business. In this section, Sean and Eric discuss the perks of running your own wholesaling business.
Eric: If you wanna go for a ride, maybe. I should be in a position to pay for you too.
Sean: How many seats, how many people can it hold?
Eric: It’s normally a one-seater; there is a special training version that they built to have a second seat stuck in the back. You’re squeezed a little bit behind the pilot, but it’s an awesome ride. You do acrobatics, and it’s a great way to blow about $4,000
Sean: Hey, that’s fine with me. That sounds fun, you get to do that extreme stuff and we get to video it, and have it documented, and it’s just a blast to do it.
Eric: I’ll tell you one thing, and everybody who’s listening to this, I’m sure everyone has their own special thing that excites them and one thing I love about flying, due to the nature of the sport, you have to have a 100% of your concentration on what you’re doing or otherwise bad things are going to happen. The side effect of that is, any stress that you feel from anything else going on in your life, you cannot think about it. You gotta think about flying and what you’re doing in the present moment.
Eric: When you’re sitting on the ground and you start thinking about that other stuff that’s part of your life, you realize well, it’s not really important. It’s not that bad. Look at what I just have to do.
Sean: Right, right. Which is true. It gives you a different perspective on everything else that’s going on. I spent four years in the United States Marine Corps, and I got to go to a lot of unique places in the world, one being Bangladesh and another one being Kuwait and Iraq and over to Korea and that gives you a different perspective because when problems come up and people go, “Well, I have a problem, I can’t do this or I can’t do that,” or “Oh, woe is me, my life sucks because of this,” but people in Bangladesh make, I think it’s like $200 a year. That’s their average annual income for families that are just starving. I mean, it’s just crazy.
So, different things like that, whether it be flying in a plane that relieves stress and lets you focus, but also gives you a perspective that, hey, life, we’re very lucky. And we should have gratitude and appreciation for everything we do have and being able to see and think and have opportunities and be able to be where we’re at and have those opportunities to be able to spend $4,000 and fly up in a plane and have a blast doing it. So, we are very, very lucky to do it.
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