Copy The Success Secrets Of A HABITUAL Entrepreneur

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Entrepreneurial Excellence: Vision To Victory

with Best Of Making Bank Series



Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Scout Sobel, Jonathan Keyser, Josh Elledge, David Baker, David Lekach, Kevin Harrington and Mark Timm, and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.

(3:09) Scout Sobel
Start creating a project, develop a product, sell it, and distribute it. Manage a small team, even if everyone works for free. This experience can be the biggest lesson of your life, giving you the confidence to know that you can achieve your goals.

(6:40) Jonathan Keyser
In the competitive world of commercial real estate brokerage, it often feels like everyone is fighting and scratching their way to the top. But here’s a different approach: focus on helping each other succeed. By supporting one another, we can all thrive and achieve our goals.

(9:41) Josh Elledge
Sales isn’t about convincing people of anything. Instead, it’s about improving someone’s life and providing far more value than what they’re investing in you. If you can’t do that, there’s something wrong with your product or service.

(18:16) David Baker
Many of us believe we need to follow certain rules to achieve success, but there’s always a small minority breaking those rules and finding different paths to the same success. Don’t be afraid to forge your own path.

(22:05) David Lekach
Interacting with large retailers comes with its own set of challenges. There are pros and cons, and holding your own with these retail partners can be difficult. However, viewing them as partners, not just clients, can make a significant difference in navigating these relationships.

(25:44) Kevin Harrington
Many people approach deals with a “I need a million dollars for 10%” mindset, thinking only of themselves. This selfish approach is all about “gimme, gimme, gimme.” In contrast, a good mentor like Mark puts you first, prioritizing your success over their own interests.

(30:21) Mark Timm
When you become your mentor’s best student, they will double down on you. The key is to find the right mentor and then commit fully to being their best student. This dedication will open up greater opportunities for your success.