Name of guest: Hal Elrod Hal had a pretty bad car accident, was in the coma, the doctor said he might have permanent brain damage and that he would not walk anymore. His reaction was that we can control how we respond to things, we have that choice. 3 weeks after, he took his first step! His mantra is that he lives by the 5 minutes rule. It is Ok to be mad, but not for more than 5 minutes. You can’t change what happened, there is no value to.
Name of guest: Zac Johnson Zac describes his entrepreneurial journey with the words “extreme journey”: he had ups and downs, opportunities, failures, he never knows what’s next. Zac says that being a hard worker is a disadvantage when you don’t build a long term plan. There are days that feel like garbage or that everything falls apart. In those cases, you have to step away and look at the big picture. Tips on time management: List on what you have to do everyday, write down notes and know what.
Name of guest: Amy Schmittauer Amy describes her entrepreneurial journey with the word “adventure”. There is at least one day a week when she feels things would be better if she could go back to 9-5. But she says no to every thought that could bring her down. Amy has a strong opinion about being a hustler: she says that people are intimidated by that and might be jealous. She does not think that sales men have ridiculous ego; they just trained themselves pretty well! Amy also shares some tips about time management: she.
Name of guest Alex Harris One word that describes his entrepreneurial journey: Alex used the word “Persistence.” He also said that there are a lot of challenges in an entrepreneur’s journey so you need to be resilient and be able to push through resistance. Alex’ Opinion about not taking « no » as an answer: You have to challenge yourself in converting those “no” to a “yes”. Secret for time management and optimizing productivity Alex suggests to “Focus on profitable action.” He also says to not spend too much time on non.
Name of guest John Maddox One word that describes his entrepreneurial journey He describes his journey using the word “conundrum”. He came into entrepreneurship to control his time and be free. He had to sacrifice a lot in order to achieve it. Opinion about not taking « no » as an answer: Identify those objections and know how to circumvent them. Create human connections to overcome objections easily. Secret for time management and optimizing productivity: You have to balance your time according to your priorities. Marketing tips: Focus on Search Engine.