What does grit have to do with your success? In short, it has everything to do with it.Every great success story across the globe and the history of the world has risen from failure to success. The success we are seeking is not found in the most intelligent, or the luckiest, but in those who have the heart to never quit when most people would throw in the towel.
In this episode, Jason Hoover and Mike Harbour discuss 3 key ideas to make this your best year ever. It is a fact that 90% of America will quit after the first 30 days of the New Year on the goals and resolutions they set for themselves. Jason and Mike share insight from their own experiences of achieving at high levels to help you not fall into the crowd, but set yourself apart and Claim Your Best Year Ever!
I am excited to have Stacy Tuschl join me today on the show. Stacy is a Business Performance Strategist that started her first business in her parents’ backyard at the age of 18 and turned that company into a 7 figure business. She is also the author of, “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success. And Stacy is also the host of the top rated podcast Business Rescue Road Map which is one I highly recommend you check out.
To build financial freedom, you must build a money mindset that is prepared for it to happen. This starts by looking at money from a different perspective. For some of you it is a slight change while some of you other people, it may be more of a radical change. And if it is, then do it.
Self leadership sets the direction and pace to which you advance in your endeavors. It is this leadership that makes you the entrepreneur that succeeds or fails. How well you lead yourself will determine if you end up being a success or a statistic.
As an entrepreneur, you are the driver of the vehicle. However, it is the engine that makes it move. If you have any breakdowns in the engine, then you’re stuck. Your company’s performance simply relies on the output of its team.
Years ago I sold cars for a living. It was a job I thoroughly loved because I enjoyed both selling and vehicles. This combination contributed to my being one of the top performing sales consultants each month. Now, many years later, I’m still learning valuable lessons from those days.
It’s no secret that one of the greatest ways to advance your career is by surrounding yourself with many other like-minded people that are driven to succeed. This means getting out and building relationships. But another fantastic way (especially for those that don’t enjoy networking), is by joining a well designed Mastermind Group.
Growing up I looked forward to playing baseball every spring. I loved the game and it was during these times that I learned many valuable lessons that I have carried with me through the years. One of those lessons came from a terrible batting slump I experienced the first part of the season. The words…