The Success Blueprint: Entrepreneurial Edition
with Best Of Making Bank Series
Welcome back to Making Bank. On today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Mike Dillard, Keith Yackey, Mike Koenigs, Brad Costanzo, Clark Benson, Ed O’Keefe, Craig Clemens and in this episode you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
(2:23) Mike Dillard
Many successful people have mastered a skill set of some kind. Whether it’s presenting on stage or recruiting people over the phone or anything else. If you want to be successful, you have to find out the skill sets you can master because this allows you to get your products or services forward. Once you acquire the skill set you can execute work on your own timeline as much as you wanted.
(9:14) Keith Yackey
Find a mentor that you can just copy exactly what they’ve already laid out for success. Be forward-thinking. Most people overestimate what they can accomplish in one year but they underestimate what they can accomplish in five. Learn to act on what you already know. Schedule your learning and lastly, test and tweak everything.
(13:13) Mike Koenigs
See past your own delusions that are getting you stuck. Get a great coach who can really help you with your career. Always be ready to learn something new. If you are not the dumbest person in the group, it means you need a new group to go to. You need to go to a higher level where you can learn new things again.
(16:34) Brad Costanzo
Many people get caught up trying to be an entrepreneur so much that they forget to be entrepreneurial. You can be entrepreneurial even if you have a job or you do not have your own business. All you need to do is search for problems and find solutions for these problems. Having an entrepreneurial mindset is also far greater than trying really hard to just be an entrepreneur. So remember to always be entrepreneurial if you want to go far in your life as an entrepreneur.
(20:50) Clark Benson
One attribute about entrepreneurs is that they are always eager and ready to take on new challenges. However, remember to not fix something that is not broken. So if you already have a system that is working, stick to it. Also, try not to take on too many projects because you’ll reach a burnout and just end up drowning.
(27:06) Ed O’Keefe
Never chase. Always attract. Do not chase people. Have your customers come to you. To achieve this you need to design a marketing strategy that has your business behind it otherwise if you are doing activities without any purposeful intent, you will be wasting your time. If you have a lot of time it is ok but if you are focusing on creating the highest leverage in your life, you always need the most effective, profitable, and time-saving strategy.
(31:39) Craig Clemens
The most common word you will probably hear in the entrepreneurial world is hustle. Many pieces of advice will tell you to hustle in order to be successful. This is true but the more important word should be focus. Try to really focus on what you do. Focus on your passion, focus on your problems, focus on your solutions and you will increase your productivity ten times than when you just blindly hustle.
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