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Thriving In Business And Life: Entrepreneurial Guidance

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Welcome back to Making Bank. On today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Maxwell Finn, Ray Karpuska, Philip Mckernan, Ryan Levesque, Rome Za, Ramon Ray and Tai Lopez and in this episode you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.

(2:27) Maxwell Finn
If you’re selling something that’s new to the market that has some type of new evolutionary technology, that’s very expensive, you really need to treat it just like you would any other marketing funnel where you’re taking a cold lead and you’re nurturing that lead before you try to sell it. This way you’re filtering it through different layers where that first layer is really about sharing ads where the content is purely based around the problem that the product solves.

(7:12) Ray Karpuska
The mindset is important. It doesn’t matter how much you have, if you can contain that emptiness of mind, like you don’t have anything, you’re broke, there’s nothing, you don’t have to play by the rules, then you see the world differently because you just see what you want. And then your intuition kind of gives you signals and your brain doesn’t block that.

(12:35) Philip Mckernan
Be interested in who you are, what you’re on the search to do. What is your mission? What is your gift? What do you see? What do you know about the world that no one else knows?? Draw that wisdom out. Information is great to a point, but beware of information overload. Don’t absorb copious amounts of information.

(19:16) Ryan Levesque
Go out to places where your market is already hanging out. You can go to forums. You can go to Facebook groups. You might go to your personal network of contacts that you have and really what you do is you ask questions. You can tell people you are working on a project and you’re trying to better understand the biggest challenge and frustrations people are having when it comes to this. This will open up the door to have a series of one-on-one interactions where you can learn a lot.

(23:52) Rome Za
The hunter who chases two rabbits, catches none. Learn how to tap into that internal warrior where you can be hyper focused. Get rid of all the emotional past that you are holding to.

(28:07) Ramon Ray
The biggest challenge of being an entrepreneur is when you have to build your startup while having a day job. You’ll have to work ten times harder than anyone else. Moreover, you may never know when you may get fired. So learn to build a solid clientele so that even if you do get laid off, you will be ready to move on to the next one.

(32:28) Tai Lopez
Try to seek out a mentor. One of the fastest ways to success is to do something that others have already done. You can later improve your skills along the way. But find someone who is already good at what you’re trying to do and learn the things they did so that it will be easier for you to improve.