The Successful Professional’s Guide
with Best Of Making Bank Series
Welcome back to Making Bank. On today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Dan Kuschell, Chandler Bolt, Josh Cantwell, Calvin Wayman, Mark Winters, Sean Stephenson and Hal Elrod and in this episode you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
(2:26) Dan Kuschell
Your company will only grow to the extent you’ll take it. In business, it is very important to have the ability to sell, to do marketing, increase your productivity, having emotional mastery over your mindset, leadership and lastly ability to recruit or hire. You need not necessarily master all of these but having a team that has all of these is the most effective way to success.
(5:58) Chandler Bolt
Routines are your biggest helpers. If your strongest skill is work ethics then your second strongest skill should be discipline. If you want to be successful you have to work for it. It won’t happen by accident. You need to have a regular healthy routine that will help you. You don’t need to necessarily follow someone’s routine to the mark. Just find one that works for you and stay disciplined.
(8:06) Josh Cantwell
Being able to understand what you can say no to is very crucial. Your rate of success does not depend on the number of opportunities that come to your desk. It’s the number of opportunities you say yes to and what you say no to. Identify what opportunities to say yes to and what to say no to. Don’t spread yourself too thin and try not to be too excited about all the opportunities that come your way.
(13:24) Calvin Wayman
We tend to think that all things should only be done perfectly. As a result we stop ourselves if we feel like it is not up to the mark. This is very wrong thinking. Sloppy work is better than no work. Just remember to make it consistent. Being consistent about the work you do, especially uncomfortable work will really help you in making yourself better and overcoming difficulties along the way.
(17:52) Mark Winters
You can’t do it all by yourself. Having a team that is good at the things that you are not good at is the best way to become successful. This however is one of the biggest challenges that you will face in your journey as an entrepreneur. You will need to figure out a way to attract these individuals to help you in your work. It is also very important to have a working system that will run your business smoothly.
(22:53) Sean Stephenson
Insecurity makes you feel like you are not enough. It lives in all of us. Many times when we look at someone who is already successful, we tend to feel insecure about ourselves. When you do this, it’ll make you miserable. Remember everyone has their challenges and their own difficulties. What you see may not be the entire picture. So stop comparing yourself with others and just keep taking your career one day at a time and in your own timing you will succeed if you work hard.
(32:27) Hal Elrod
The two greatest principles that will lead to success are enthusiasm and work ethics. Work very hard and at the same time be super excited at the things you do. However, remember that being enthusiastic just to win over some customers will only get you so far. You have to be authentic. It has to be real because when it is authentic, nothing you do will seem like a chore and you’ll love every bit of it.
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