Chris Sacca is a billionaire venture capitalist who proves that money doesn’t buy happiness, meaning, or fulfillment. Sacca became famous after he used inherited wealth to make several bets on start-ups, eventually having 2 out of over 100 pay off. Rather than use his money to find meaning in his life, Sacca has moved on from one meltdown to the next. Can Sacca be helped?
Chris Sacca is your typical SJW hypocrite who abuses working class people while telling others to check their “white privilege.”
When Sacca bought some fake tickets to Hamilton online, he was stopped at the door by working stiffs. Did Sacca check the privilege that comes with immense wealth?
“Do you know who I am?” Sacca thundered repeatedly, according to an eyewitness, a Broadway theater worker who requested anonymity. “He was getting really angry at the ticket scanner,” the tipster said, and speaking in “a really condescending way. “He said he was a ‘shark’ on ‘Shark Tank’ and warned it wouldn’t be good if they couldn’t get in.”
This is the typical behavior of people who talk about the need to check privilege. They are the worst people you’ll ever meet in the real world.
Chris Sacca doesn’t tip.
"I never tip." – Billionaire hero of that working man, Chris Sacca. pic.twitter.com/i1eUQCyyaf
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) May 23, 2016
Sacca doesn’t care about black people or anyone else.
He cares about social status.
You gain social status by telling everyone how much you care about white privilege and diversity. This is known as virtue signalling.
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) August 23, 2014
@repubindia That was a very bombastic headline taken from my talk. I definitely think Twitter could benefit from more diversity.
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) May 3, 2016
@nycstockdude The board should reflect the diversity of the users. It's just better business. Black Twitter creates so much value.
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) January 24, 2016
Sacca is a slave to the social status game.
Before his epic meltdown at Twitter, Sacca wanted the world to know that he’s a celeb who knows other celebs.
Ironically, just before he arrived at the theater, Sacca sent a tweet to the show’s writer, director and star, Lin-Manuel Miranda. “Cool if I drop by your place tonight? Any plan around 7:00?” it read.
Sacca deleted the tweet shortly after his humiliating exit.
A man with an abundance mindset would have laughed it all off. What’s the big deal? Don’t take yourself so seriously.
Sacca does not have an abundance mindset.
Sacca can’t handle bad press, as he lives under the status slavery mindset.
The New York Post and other websites are making fun of him. Big deal. MSNBC had a special on my mean Tweets and Gawker and Jezebel have both done hit pieces on me.
Unlike Sacca, I do not live under a slave mindset. I have an abundance mindset. I am full and complete in myself. Bad press is nothing to me, just as good press is nothing to me.
Rather than be chill or admit he lost his temper, Sacca has been reduced to posting gifs on Twitter since the bad press hit.
Remember: if you read it on the Internet it must be true. pic.twitter.com/GjOGe8r2iD
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) May 23, 2016
How can Sacca change his mindset?
First he needs to read Gorilla Mindset, which will help him develop an abundance mindset.
Sacca should focus on what he has rather than what he doesn’t.
Sacca is today focused on his lack of fame. He wants to be a big TV star and is frustrated at playing second string quarterback to Mark Cuban.
While it’s great to have goals and there’s nothing per se wrong with seeking fame, Sacca loses his mind(set) when people DON’T KNOW WHO HE IS, BRO.
Sacca should focus on the wealth he has acquired and find ways to make the world a better place. He must focus on what he has rather than what he has lacking, or he’ll continue living a billionaire baby mindset.
What can you learn from Chris Sacca?
As I’ve said before, I spent years around those rich tech guys. They are the most insecure, miserable people you’ll ever meet.
While you should seek money (because money is freedom), don’t get caught up in the game. Otherwise you’ll be a 40-something year old man desperate for Kardashian levels of fame throwing fits over minor frustrations of life.
See you at the Gorilla Mindset seminar.