One thing I particularly love are people, who when they first hear about Asshole Consulting, mock and ridicule it. Usually doubters, leftists, or SJW's who have a natural dislike for honesty and truth. Sometimes adversaries who think I'm a fraud.
But let me tell you something.
Take all the teachers, guidance counselors, therapists, psychologists, social workers, or whatever other fake "professionals" are out there who claim they want to "change lives"
tally up all the lives they changed FOR THE BETTER
and Asshole Consulting has ten times the amount of lives improved than all those industries combined.
Truth and reality are the only treatments for whatever problems ail you. Not lies or deceit. So when I receive a thank you letter like I did below, not only do I feel proud that I actually CHANGED A LIFE FOR THE BETTER (something teachers never experience), but I am supremely confident in Asshole Consulting and the truth are valuable services and commodities the world desperately needs.
I would like to first and foremost thank you for all the content that
you release with your videos, books, etc. You have helped me a lot in my
life. I would like to share with you my success story and if you want
to share with the fellow asshole community you
can. I'm emailing now because I just got offered a job after years of
hard work. I got my undergrad in Biology/Pre-Physician Assistant from a
local university. I graduated debt free. With some scholarships I was
able to pay for PA school and also graduate DEBT
FREE. I just now got offered a job for $102,000 at a hospital. I'm
working only 36 hours a week with weekends off.... 3;12 hour shifts.
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday shifts. So I will always have a 3 day
weekend! Shift is 6:30am-7:00pm! This is a dream schedule
of mine and I am fortunate enough to obtain it. I can work overtime if
Anyway, I just wanted to motivate other listeners to kick ass and take
names!!!! Work your ass off and enjoy what comes next! Only easier from
here. I'm so glad I'm not a doctor working 80 hours a week or a nurse
doing randomized shift work. PA is an amazing
career and is by far the best medical profession.
I am 27 almost 28 years old... I took a gap year after high school to
work and travel. started university at 19, finished undergrad at 23...
started PA school at 24.5 because I took another gap year to work in
hospitals and did some more traveling.
Thank you Aaron for all your motivation!!! If it wasn't for you I would have pursued some worthless degree."