Fastest Route Between Two Points

Have you seen the movie Amadeus? If you haven’t, there’s your homework assignment for this weekend, but for now keep reading…


In the movie, there’s a point where the King tells Mozart that his symphony has “too many notes.”  That’d be like you or me telling Samsung that their new 4K UHD television has too many pixels.


Mozart cleverly responds, “It has just as many notes as are required, neither more nor less.”


His response has always resonated with me. I’m only interested in what it takes to get the job done.  


I purposely seek the straightest point between two lines, because that’s always the fastest route.  And you should too.


In my fighter-pilot days, my life depended on this.  As an entrepreneur, your success depends on this.


In fact, you can witness this for yourself in my upcoming Monthly Miracle Membership Call. You’ll see me cover weeks worth of actionable information in just one hour.


How do I do that?  I get to the point.


After our first session, you could leave and walk away happy.  But you won’t, because you’ll immediately realize that attending the remaining sessions will be worth your time.


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P.S. I’m not the type to say “I told you so,” but I admit I do enjoy it when members say, “man you weren’t kidding, the first session was amazing, and I can’t wait for the next one.”


P.P.S. Just in case you didn’t get the hint, you’re welcome to share that with me after the first session. 😉

About The Author

Ed Rush is a world-renown speaker, a five-time #1 bestselling author, and a highly successful business consultant who was featured on CBS, Fox, ABC, and NBC. He has spent a significant amount of time in the cockpit of an F-18 fighter jet, so he knows the value of strategy and the power of focus. He has effectively taken the principles that he learned flying faster than the speed of sound, and translated them into good business. His clients range from small startups to multinational organizations, and include CEOs, founders, political leaders, sports teams, national universities, Hollywood stars, and even a contestant on Donald Trump’s The Apprentice. To buy any of Ed's books, visit his bookstore right now or hire Ed to speak at your next event.