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The Success Blueprint: Entrepreneurs Decoding Success

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Welcome back to Making Bank. On today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Erik Van Horn, Nir Eyal, Stefan Georgi, Craig Ballantyne, Phil Jones, Aaron Stokes and Trav Lubinsky and in this episode you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.

(2:36) Erik Van Horn
Become a better leader. Start making really good hires. And lastly, find the right business partners. Find people that are like you, someone who shares the same vision, same strength. Surround yourself with visionaries to make it work really well. You need someone that enjoys doing their work.

(6:23) Nir Eyal
The key to success is all about seeing discomfort differently. So many self help gurus tell us we should be happy all the time. This is not true. Feeling bad isn’t bad. Having a bad day isn’t bad. Instead we should harness these uncomfortable moments and do things that are helpful instead of hurtful.

(13:00) Stefan Georgi
Try to take what you can from people. Take every good point you can find and then you can combine them all and create your own after. Look at a bunch of stuff that is working for your business and try to implement it on your own.

(19:51) Craig Ballantyne
A lot of people struggle with bedtime. Go to bed at the same time every night and get up at the same time everyday. Most people would miss their sleeping time and then end up staying longer than usual. Keep an alarm so you can mentally prepare yourself everyday when you sleep. Be consistent with your sleep schedule.

(25:08) Phil Jones
When you are selling something to someone, if you do not believe in what you are selling, no amount of marketing skills will sell it for you. People will see right through you and they won’t buy from you. Get clear on what you are selling and believe in it so that you can then talk to people about it confidently.

(29:00) Aaron Stokes
A lot of us when we are at standstill, we tend to use the easiest way out which is usually not even that great. We just want to save face. However, many times when you are stuck it is usually the ugly, uncomfortable way that is the right one. Never shy yourself from a path that may not be so flashy in order to get out of your swamp.

(33:04) Trav Lubinsky
The most important thing is to have a good story. You have to connect with the people that you are telling it to. It needs to resonate with your audience. That is why it is very important to know who you are as a brand and as a person so that you can really connect with your audiences.