DETERMINATION, DILIGENCE & CONSISTENCY
HABITS OF SELF-MADE MILLIONARE
Posted by John Lee on Jumaat, 31 Mac 2017
Do you ever procrastinate and say your going to do things but you never do?
I just created a video to share 3 things you can do right now to start taking more action and stop procrastinating.
If you found this useful please and like and share this video to help others achieve more, thank you.
Do you ever procrastinate and say your going to do things but you never do? I just created a video to share 3 things you can do right now to start taking more action and stop procrastinating. If you found this useful please and like and share this video to help others achieve more, thank you.
Posted by John Lee on Ahad, 7 Mei 2017
Marco Patience Mirco Speed #MacroMicro
Build your armyA great lesson that has helped me build the army that I have today, I love this metaphor! Nowadays I travel quite a lot and I have quite a bit of time on the plane, in the last 3 years I've read more books than I have ever read in my entire life. There's definitely been a correlation between the number of books I've read and the progression in my career and personal life. I just always think to the knowledge contained in these books and it gets me so excited! So audit yourself for a second, how many soldiers do you have? Do you need more?Video edited by Craig at Luminary Productions—————————-Join me on social—————————-http://www.instagram.com/askvinh – Follow my daily instagram stories!http://www.twitter.com/askvinh————MUSIC:————https://soundcloud.com/andrewapplepiehttp://www.facebook.com/andrewapplepie————————-Who is this guy?————————-My name is Vinh Giang and I do quite a few things. I'm an Entrepreneur at heart, I run;(1) An online magic business (http://www.52kards.com/vinh)*Use link with my name, you'll get discounts!(2) Video production company (http://www.luminary.productions)(3) and then my keynote speaking business (http://www.vinhgiang.com)Other than this, I love life and really believe anything is possible. My favourite quote is;"Rather a mind opened by wonder, than one closed by belief."
Posted by Vinh Giang on Sabtu, 15 Oktober 2016
2 Comma Club ($1 Million Plus) in 60 Days: My Story
Hey guys, most of you don’t know who I am because I don’t post here much, but I thought it was time I told my story. What I want to tell you about today is how a guy who didn’t even know what a funnel was a few months ago ended up in the 2 Comma Club – in less than 60 days. 🙂
So my story starts back in February of this year at the Funnel Hacking Live event in Dallas. I had been struggling for over a year to sell my product online with only a couple sales a week coming in.
I really believed I had something that was valuable and that I could be a success with it but I had no idea how to get there. It seemed like everything I tried in my business ended in a dead end. I don’t remember how I first heard about Russell Brunson and Clickfunnels but when I found out there was a live event, I signed up immediately.
Arriving in Dallas, I was shocked by how many people were there and how many of them were actually earning big online. Every day during the event my goal was to talk to as many people as I could that were sporting that fancy 2 Comma Club name tag.
I remember they were getting on stage to accept their 2 Comma Club plaques. I heard stories of people doing it in the short time between attending their first Clickfunnels event and the event I was at, a year later – which absolutely blew me away!
I was beginning to believe anything was possible and I determined right then and there, that the next time I showed up at a Clickfunnels event I would be on that stage.
There were a lot of people accepting awards that day, but one guy in particular I remember very clearly. His name was Akbar Sheikh. I cornered later that night to pick his brain about how he did it. I also told him about my product and how I was struggling to make sales. He gave me some unique insights that really helped me – but the biggest thing that he did for me was to tell me that he thought without a doubt my product could catapult me into the 2 Comma Club.
“Contact me when you get home, you have something special here and I want to help you,” he said.
I remember looking him in the eye. “Don’t tell me you’re going to help me, Akbar, unless you actually plan to follow through. I’ve heard that too many times from successful people that they’d help but then never did. Please don’t get my hopes up unless you’re serious.”
“I’m dead serious. Call me.”
True to his word, a few days later we were on the phone and he said he was going to coach me. In no uncertain terms, his goal was to get me in the 2 Comma Club.
We ended up working together closely. He would build the funnel and send traffic, I would be in charge of content and day to day operations. He not only gave me specific items to work on in my business, but he actually showed me how to fix my funnel.
He taught me the core elements that I was missing in my marketing approach. I learned these elements were based on psychology and human nature and if they’re missing, it doesn’t really matter how great your product is, it won’t sell.
We worked together over a couple months but it wasn’t until July that I had my new webinar funnel built and ready to launch. I moved everything over to CF including my online course. July 23rd was the day I launched my funnel and sales immediately started to roll in. Every week my sales grew at what can only be described as an exponential rate.
Fast forward to September 23rd – just 60 days later. Not only had I blown past $1.5 million in sales but I had done a million dollars in sales – in just the previous 30 days.
I guess you could call it a Two Comma MONTH! 🙂
This experience has completely changed my life. In just the last few weeks I’ve signed a contract to produce a national infomercial, got a book deal related to my product and launched a new series of live events that start in Las Vegas next month. It’s been an absolutely wild and crazy ride, to say the least!
So did I do it in just 60 days? No. I have been working on my product for a year-and-a-half with no success. It wasn’t until I had the right mentors and breakthroughs from the Click Funnels community that things radically changed.
Let me be clear – doing something like this is no walk in the park.
I hustle harder than anybody I know, and I’m an implementing machine. I learn something new – I go do it immediately. I aim to soak up knowledge like a sponge from every person I meet who’s ahead of me in the journey. I read 3-4 books a week on business and marketing. I go to every event I can afford to go to – even if it means finding just one little nugget of wisdom. I aim to give value, to contribute, and not just take. I try to NEVER assume I know anything, so I can make sure I’m receptive at all times, to learn.
With all that being said, I have not done this alone. Far from it.
There are people that are so instrumental to my success that without them I wouldn’t be able to write this post and share my story with you.
First of all, there’s Akbar and his team. He was as patient as a saint as we worked together to help make my funnel a success. He really knows his stuff and it’s obvious to me that he cares about people. I know he does. Thank you Akbar not just for helping me in business but for being a friend and brother. There’s a special place in heaven for marketers like you. 🙂
And then of course let’s not forget Russell Brunson, the granddaddy Hustler of them all. Russell, I want to be you when I grow up. If I hadn’t learned through your books, events and courses, I definitely would not be here.
Without Russell, the only funnel I’d own would be the one I use to put oil in my lawn mower.
Russell, I’m looking forward to stepping on that stage at FHL and shaking your hand when the 2 Comma Club awards are handed out! Needless to say, I left all other platforms and am happily married to Clickfunnels!
Ok, ok I know I didn’t win an Academy Award here, or anything like that – but I just wanted to give credit where credit is due, since this is the first time I’m telling my story.
But what about you? If you’ve read this far in my post I’m going to guess you’re either a marketer or someone who aspires to be. You might be at the very beginning and you don’t even have a product or maybe you have something but you haven’t figured out yet how to sell it online.
Perhaps you dream of a different lifestyle or earning the kind of income that would change your life or your family’s future. I want to start by encouraging you, if you’re not yet at the level you want to be.
Believe me, I was there just six short months ago, sitting at that Clickfunnels event – and having no idea how to get from where I was, to where I wanted to be – but believing that the answer would be found in the people and the resources that were waiting out there for me.
It often gets tiresome being an entrepreneur.
Sometimes you feel like you’re completely on your own. It gets exhausting having to convince yourself that you will be successful. Sometimes all we need is someone just to tell us that we WILL do it and that we WILL succeed and that we ARE on the right path.
So I will tell you now, you that if you started this journey and you’ve committed to continuing that journey, that must you see it through. Decide right now that you will never, ever, EVER settle and never quit until you reach your objective.
I know this post might sound like rah-rah pump up, but for some of you – this is exactly what you need to read today.
I’ll leave you with one last thing….
Every morning as part of my morning ritual, I say the following out loud. I hope it inspires you.
I am CLEAR about what I want.
I am CONSISTENT with my work.
I am FOCUSED on my outcome.
I am PERSISTENT with my actions.
I am RELENTLESS in my drive,
and I am CERTAIN about my destiny.
A fellow Funnel Hacker,
PS: Remember, you’re LITERALLY just ONE friggin funnel away!
Dedicated to those trying to find their passion… Oprah Winfrey Ellen DeGeneres Dwayne The Rock Johnson you need to see this! That thing you do, after your day job, in your free time, too early in the morning, too late at night. That thing you do when you're all alone and there's no-one to impress, nothing to prove, no money to be made, simply a passion to pursue. That's it. That's your thing. That's the thing you must, must do.
Posted by Jay Shetty on Selasa, 27 Februari 2018
It’s crazy to see how day by day as you’re putting in the work, constantly learning, growing it doesn’t feel like you made much progress but when you look at where you were at exactly 1 year ago, the growth can be truly incredible.
My biggest regret in life is not have taken on this path earlier on in my life. Should have started being an entrepreneur when I was a little kid.
Looking at how some people stay the same after years is truly crazy. If only they could comprehend what could be achieved in those years of not taking any action.
Having met some people whom I consider to be high level performers in US made me realized that I’m thinking too small.
Just being around extremely motivated individuals and seeing what they achieved in such a short period of time made me further realized that I’m capable of so much more.
I’m no longer fucking around. I’m taking this to the next level. And this is not just from a business perspective but in every single area of life.
Anything that slows me down even a little, I’m letting go. And I hope you do the same.
And to all my friends who are stuck in the same place, I hope when we meet again a year from now you would be on your path, taking huge massive action and living life the way you envision yourself…
Saw this wall decor at the trade market today, I found it very interesting and I would like to share it with all of you…
Many of my friends and colleagues said that I am a workaholic. I can work 7 days a week more than 15 hours a day. They asked, don’t you feel tired and it seems you do not have any life…
To me, I am passionate in what I am doing. I love my job, I love my business and I enjoy doing what I am doing now ?! You will never feel tired and perhaps you will feel pumped at all time especially when you are working on a new idea?
I love my current state, working hard to achieve my target which I’ve set 3 years ago. I am closer and closer to my target and I know I will achieve it if I take action and work hard for it.
3 years later when I look back, I will definetely feel thankful for working hard for it!
? Always observe people surrounding you that are more successful, learn from them and implement it.
If you’re not taking action now, then when?
If you’re not doing it now, then when?
If you’re not working hard for it now, then when?
There’s a simple truth that applies to everyone: what you spend your energy on defines your quality of life. If there’s one thing the super successful have in common, it’s that they’re much too busy to waste their time on anything that doesn’t bring them closer to their goals. If you’re peeking over the wall hoping to join the club of successful people, then a good place to start is mirroring their most important habits.
This goes beyond carrying around a notebook like Richard Branson or meditating like Steve Jobs. We’re talking about business-focused habits that force you to rewire your brain and take a closer look at whether your energy is fueling a liability or an asset for your future.
To give you a clearer picture of what this entails, here’s a list of four essential things highly successful people make sure to never waste their energy on.
1. Hold grudges
Elon Musk is quoted saying, “Life is too short for long-term grudges”. While it’s hard to let go of something that once negatively impacted your life, the more you turn it over in your mind, the more energy it steals from what’s really important.
You’ll notice that successful people like Oprah and Bill Gates tend to take the high road on most matters in life. In almost every interview or statement, they’re offering a kind word of advice or a positive nudge for motivation. Grudges are nothing but negativity, so the sooner you rid yourself of them, the better your outlook on life will be.
“Weak people revenge. Strong people forgive. Intelligent people ignore.” – Albert Einstein.
2. Think small
When Richard Branson and his wife discovered their flight to Puerto Rico had been canceled, they seemingly didn’t have too many options. While the other stranded passengers were complaining, Branson booked a small plane and sold each seat for $39 to his fellow passengers to pay for the rental.
Thinking big is simply what successful entrepreneurs do. While everyone else is scrabbling to offer a lower price or a slightly better service than the rest, big thinkers are focused on creating entirely new things that can change the world.
Learning to think like a hotshot entrepreneur doesn’t come naturally to most of us, but you can train your brain to think outside the box. Steve Jobs spurred his creative thinking by diving into all sorts of unrelated subjects, only to emerge years later with an innovative idea. “Creativity is just connecting things,” he’d say.
3. Complain and blame others
Highly successful people tend to believe that they are hundred percent in control of their lives and complaining only weakens their power and self-worth. They spare no time for complaining about what went wrong or blaming others.
Tony Robbins once said, “Leaders spend 5% of their time on the problem and 95% of their time on the solution. Get over it and crush it”.
There’s also a pretty good scientific reason why you should just, “get over it and crush it”. According to The Huffington Post, complaining actually rewires your brain to view everything negatively and also increases the stress hormone cortisol. As you know, stress is nothing more than an obstacle and can quite literally damage your health.
So scrap the blame game and the complaints to make way for less stress and a bright attitude. Life will never go as you expect and the best you can do is make the most of the hand you’re dealt.
4. Stay in their comfort zone
Here’s a timeless quote from Eleanor Roosevelt, “It takes as much energy to wish as it does to plan.”
With all the time and energy you’ve spent dreaming about what you could accomplish, you probably could’ve used to actually accomplish them by now. The fact is, staying within what you’re already comfortable with is a great way to keep everything exactly the same. Now that’s just boring.
Highly successful people like our favorite Elon Musk are always willing to go all in, sometimes risking everything to get to the next level. Tesla or SpaceX would never have been created if Musk had stopped to think, “I shouldn’t do this because I’m not an expert on electric cars or reusable rockets yet.”
So learn to leave your comfort zone. Take on new challenges, seek new experiences, and actively engage in uncomfortable scenarios that can potentially result in huge outcomes.