Do Billionaires think differently? How does their thinking differ compared to normal people?
This question has fascinated me and finding the answer became an obsession. For more than 5 years I searched for clarity on this...
One day I found out what what the difference was -- something called "systems thinking".
This is THE THING that makes all the difference.
Check out the video to learn what it is and how it can help you change everything in your life!
What should you focus on as the CEO/Founder of a brand new company?
Most entrepreneurs have no idea and they waste their time focusing on the trivial many instead of the vital few things that move the needle.
The truth is, the role of a CEO/Founder changes with time and theres different priorities depending on the stage of the business:
Stage One: Product market fit.
Stage Two: Distribution.
How do you turn the thing you're most ashamed of into a 6-figure business you're proud of?
Hunter Otis was addicted to porn and it was so bad that it almost destroyed his marriage, family, career and life.
He was so ashamed of it that he didn't tell anybody and kept it buried under the rug...
When Hunter decided that he no longer wanted to work a 9-5 job and wanted to get into business for himself, he joined the Consulting Accelerator training program and started going to work.
He picked real estate agents as his niche and thought he'd help them get clients using Facebook ads -- this bombed miserably.
The difference between "exceptional people" and "good people" isn't incremental, it's exponential.
Exceptional people are 10x better than good people. They produce 10x the output.
Our social and education systems mislead us on this fact. We think an "A" is only 1-step above "B" and exceptional is only 1-step above good. This is dead wrong.
Why are exceptional people 10x better than good?
It's because they're good at a broad range of things, they're generalists with wide and deep worldly wisdom and extreme talent on something specific.
Complexity can be faced by you or your customer and that decision is up to you.
The best businesses eat their customers complexity. The worst businesses avoid the complexity and hand it to their customers.
The iPhone is so simple and intuitive that a child can pick it up and start using it without any instructions or training. To make the experience simple for customers, Apple's engineers had to deal with unfathomable complexity to make it that way.
Most entrepreneurs don't understand this simple rule -- they can only see things through their selfish eyes and they see the customer as a kind of enemy who should front the pain.
These businesses never last. You never want to make this fatal mistake.
Why do most businesses fail? What do they do wrong?
And most importantly, how can YOU avoid making these fatal mistakes?
Most entrepreneurs and business owners are obsessed when it comes to studying success, but few of them turn to the dark side and study failure.
Warren Buffet once said:
"I want to know where I'm going to die so that I never go there".
How do you grow your business from a scrappy 1-man band to a well oiled 8-figure machine?
This transformation is hard and most entrepreneurs don't make it...
You need to change who you are at a fundamental level.
You need to evolve from a "promoter" to an "operator".
History shows us that promoters never last, they thrive in new markets but quickly get taken out by disciplined operators.
How do you go from a failing SaaS company to starting fresh in a new niche and growing it to $120,000 quickly?
Looking from the outside, most people believe entrepreneurs are successful from the first company they start.
This isn't true.
Entrepreneurship is a messy business. You start doing one thing which turns into another that turns into another.
The thing that makes you successful is almost never the thing you intended and started with.