What we discussed in the epsisode:

  • TALKING ABOUT CONTROL—WHY IS IT IMPORTANT FOR PEOPLE TO HAVE CONTROL? WHY IS IT TABOO IN SOME AREAS? (2:48)
    • You need control of your environment.
    • Controlling the vehicle means you get to win the race.
    • Control and responsibility are very similar. People who don’t want control are people who don’t want the responsibility.
    • You need to be on both sides: be in control and be controlled.
    • Control means knowing what’s going to happen.
    • Having control means not wanting mistakes and accidents, only success in your environment.
    • It’s possible to control people through rewards and punishments.
    • Do more by taking control more.
    • Start with yourself and extend that ability to control more things.
    YOU NEED A REASON TO MOVE FORWARD. (12:54)
    • You need a reason to move ahead—a type of validation, verification, or acknowledgement that you’re doing the right thing.
    • Instead of looking into the mistakes you made, look at the deals that you didn’t do.
    • Quantify the costs of not doing a deal.
    • Instead of looking for reasons not to do something, search for the motivation to do something.
    HOW DO I PROMOTE MY EVENT? (19:08)
    • Everybody is always looking for a shortcut, but that’s not how it works.
    • If you cannot get people to attend your event, it’s because you’re not committed.
    • Worry about the commitment—how committed are you to get people to your event?
    • The goal is not to build a list, because lists will always seem too small.
    GETTING SUPPORT WHERE IT MATTERS. (21:37)
    • If your family is not buying your products, it’s because you don’t insist on it.
    • Love and care are good, but support means getting people to show up where it truly matters.
    • The best way to support you is to buy your products.
    • You can’t just go to an event and say you’re supporting them without paying for a ticket.
    • Don’t leave an event without doing something. Everybody can do something.
    • The only person who loses at events is the person who leaves without a product.
    • 95% of your time should be spent getting money and customers, not managing money and customers.
    WHAT’S NEXT? STRETCHING YOUR REALITY OF WHAT’S POSSIBLE FOR THE NEXT LEVEL. (27:03)
    • How big can you think?
    • You have to shift your mindset: I want to have a bigger problem to solve.
    • Change the quality and quantity of your problems.
    • Think of giant problems that could lift everything.
    • How do you avoid losing great people? Always have opportunities to grow lined up.

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