Episode #1103
The Most Successful People Do This
August 08, 2019

In episode #1103, we discuss habits that contribute to success. Tune in to hear what you should be doing to ensure your success.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s Topic: Habits That Contribute to Success
  • [00:45] The most successful people take time to think.
  • [00:55] Block out time just to strategize and contemplate your business.
  • [02:05] Neil blocks out time for himself, but finds that the problem with this approach is that it doesn’t work for startups and small businesses.
  • [02:38] Successful people find an opportunity and leverage it quickly.
  • [03:20] Go after a big market and execute quickly.
  • [03:40] Focus and be passionate about what you do.
  • [04:05] Sitting down and thinking won’t work if you don’t have financial success first.
  • [05:03] That’s it for today!
  • [05:08] To attend our Growth Accelerator Mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information and to apply.

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