Steve Harvey offers life advice. If you go through life without knowing what’s possible you aren’t going have anything to strive for. You’ll be satisfied where you are.
If you expand your horizons, watch what successful people do, and change your behavior. Part of that is.. flying first class.
You ever notice when you get on an airplane and walk past first class, everybody in first class got gray hair … They all 50 and up, especially during the week. Them businessmen. They earned the right. You go in the back, it’s young people back there. You back there.
He says “you’ve got your iPhone out” you’re playing games, wasting time, watch the people in first class working.
And he says that kind of work pays off, “That’s why they close that curtain. See, they can’t have yo ass in the back of that plane with that curtain open. You ain’t gon’ believe what’s going on up there.”
They bringing hot wash cloth, you can wash up.
They giving out, passing out menus.
Everybody gets hot nuts.
You get all you want to drink.
You ain’t got to pay for the headsets. You get to watch the movies free.
You get a choice of what you want to eat.
Harvey’s suggestion is to upgrade to first class. Ask how much an upgrade is. Pay the $75 one time. Once you sit in first class “the game changes.”
Growing up I never thought I would be the kind of person who flew first class and then I learned it wasn’t as tough to get up there as I had assumed. I also wasn’t the kind of person who would travel all over the world, until I was, and I realized the world was a lot smaller than I thought.
Once you do it you understand how it can be done, and you become the kind of person for whom it’s possible.