Golden State Owners Redemption

It was supposed to be a night of celebration for NBA Hall of Famer Chris Mullin!  The NEW owner of the Golden State Warriors, who spent 8-9 figures to purchase the team, is being booed by the fans who actually bought the tickets!! Why?

Lacob got booed because “change” is eminent to win.  He got booed because he represented that “change. “  He got booed because that “change” was necessary.  He got booed because the fans want “change”, but hate “change!”

No matter how many former or future Hall of Famers came to his rescue, the boos flowed EVERY single time Lacob touched the mic!  The look on his face was one of disgust, disappointment and disrespect, but how does he feel 2 championships later?  Do you think he remembers the boos? Of course he does.  He made reference to them.  Do you think he still feels the boos?  Only until the second he won the first championship! #Redemption

My final question: Who “booed” you on your road to success, and how have you shown them that the “volume” of your site/vision was even louder? Comment Below

“There’s No Longer a Secret to Success…”

-Brian Beane

18 replies
  1. James Hall
    James Hall says:

    By staying focused, staying the course, and making progress. It’s like your message regarding the three phases. People will violently oppose you, then sarcastic criticism, then finally accept your success!

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  2. Cheryl Demps
    Cheryl Demps says:

    Wow love it! Got mad at first just rude and no respect…but fans don’t know know the real story to Win it takes entire team…Change or stay the same. I Embrace change its a wonderful thing!

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  3. V. Belcher
    V. Belcher says:

    The closest person in the world to me absolutely hates the business im involved with. Boo-ing would be nice compared to the things this person has said. Words from a loved one can feel like punches…It took a long time to build myself up and change the inner voice to my words instead of the words of others. I truly believe I will accomplish my goals with this company although it is taking a while.
    I can almost understand the naysayers but idk why I’ve been met with so much hatred towards joining an MLM by this particular person.
    I remember you saying people cheered you on when you had three jobs but didn’t support you as a businessman.
    I haven’t reached my goals yet but I will and although I have to break through concrete with no support and even hate from those I love I will do it. I see it happening even though it’s tough, Lord knows it’s tough.
    If the level of strife is comparable to the level of success y’all better watch out for me!

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  4. Vernoy Mayweather
    Vernoy Mayweather says:

    I remember this too well. Born and raised 6 blocks from Oracle I’ve lived thru the dysfunction of this franchise. We supported this team through little thick and almost always thin. The owner was MOTIVATED to turn this franchise around. Bought it for around $300 million now it’s the 3rd most valuable Franchise in the NBA (behind the Knicks and Lakers). Will soon become most valuable once the new stadium in San Francisco is built. Ticket prices will bring in corporate dollars from Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, EBay , Pandora and other Tech companies. Also it is a free agent destination for those chasing rings. JUST PROVES THAT MOTIVATION COMBINED WITH SOUND STRATEGY AND PEOPLE WITH SAME BELIEFS CAN ACHIEVE ANYTHING.

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  5. Tonya Campbell
    Tonya Campbell says:

    Thanks for this piece of inspiration. The crazy thing is as an entrepreneur, especially in network marketing, you not only have the loud boos but the silent boos as well. The lack of support by friends and loved ones kick you in the gut just as hard as the loud boos. However when you know you’re making a change for the better, your mentality should be…Bring It! Take the bitter with the sweet and stay on the path to success. Be your own greatest fan and your cheers will always drown out the boos.

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  6. Michael Muse
    Michael Muse says:

    This is the true testament of Entrepreneurship! We must stay persistent and consistent despite the odds. It is never comfortable when you step out on faith! Thanks Brian Beane!

    The Fearless Coach!
    Overcoming Your Fears is Not an Option
    Michael Muse

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  7. Floyd Harding
    Floyd Harding says:

    Look what happened to the Christ Jesus started with 12 apostles Now the Christian faith is worldwide Keep the faith and your business will be Blessed

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  8. Angela Reese
    Angela Reese says:

    Was hurt at first, but used the scissors that were handed to me by them and cut them off and continue on my journey of success. The people who I thought would root me on, were my worst critics and I almost believed them and second guess yourself. I am glad I didn’t, because I have a business and it is constantly growing, and so am I!!!

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  9. Nekisha Baker
    Nekisha Baker says:

    Is it about love and hate? Maybe it’s about fear of the unknown. Fear is something that I know personally can drive you beyond your limits (good or bad). I’ve learned when people are uncertain of outcomes in any situation many of them become pessimistic in thier thinking towards it. Everybody is not going to buy-in to my dreams or my visions of success. They are too unattainable for them, but the fact of the matter is it’s not for them it my dream. Hate is such a strong word with deep emotions attached to it. I’ve learned that just because I’ve changed my mindset that it doesn’t mean everyone around me has also, so i dont hold it against them because its not for them its for me. With that I don’t think the new owner took it personal the booing from the fans. Although i’m sure he remembered it, but as an obstacle he overcame. Change is difficult for some and an adjustment for all.

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  10. April N Phil Gossett
    April N Phil Gossett says:

    I had a few relatives feel like I was doing something illegal. Some felt like I was trying to make money off of them. It bothered me a little but now they’ve begun to ask questions and one enrolled…funny.

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  11. April Gossett
    April Gossett says:

    I had a few relatives feel like I was doing something illegal. Some felt like I was trying to make money off of them. It bothered me a little but now they’ve begun to ask questions and one enrolled…funny.

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  12. Anthony Jarman
    Anthony Jarman says:

    I’ve watched you Mr Brian Beane go through similar stages since 2014 and yes, you have become a Icon in The Industry of Personal Development and Financial Literacy.keep sharing your value sir We need this.

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  13. Johnette Morgan
    Johnette Morgan says:

    I really needed this right now. This is the mental push I needed. Gotta run to see what the gonna be!!!!

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  14. John R. Nelson
    John R. Nelson says:

    To me this is showing how people are. boo you one min, then cheer the next. Like Ivey said, that’s just people. 20yrs ago people would say no, for no particular reason, the same today, never take them seriously, or take it personal. it says nothing about you, it’s just who they are. Like in the one video when Brian went down the line, and I think 6 people said yeah, then came a no. I bet a lot of that crowd was just playing follow the leader. booed just because others were booing. when dealing with people, you’re not gonna always receive a reasonable response, just some off the wall reaction. speaking without thinking first

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