In today’s high-profit thinking Q&A, we resolve a listener dilemma: How do you balance making money and saving the world? Which do you do first? The answer is, you do both, because making money is how you save the world.
Every instance of underearning has the same underlying cause. It’s a beast that’s running amok through your life and family. Listen to this episode to find out how to identify the beast. How to drive a stake through its heart. And how to bury it in the ground forever. Your whole family will benefit.
Do you dread confrontation? If so, you are at risk for underearning. Why? Because whenever you do things differently, people are going to confront you. Making serious money is a very different thing to do, and people are going to confront you when you do it.
Are you conflicted about getting clients? On the one hand, you want them, but on the other hand, you don’t? That internal conflict puts a residue on your marketing message. And that residue can repel clients. Listen and learn why this happens, and how you can attract them instead.
We tend to think it’s difficult to get clients. But here’s the truth. People who don’t get clients scare them away. Listen to this episode to find out if you are doing this, and how to stop. When you know how to get clients, it’s easy to stop underearning.
Delivery Dread. It keeps your business small. It keeps your income low. Listen and find out where it comes from, and how to solve it.
If you want to make more money, storytelling will help. Why? Because human nature is human nature. EVERYONE wants a happy ending. If your business creates (and communicates) a happy ending through the power of storytelling, the world will beat a path to your door.
Feeling stuck? If you’re not moving the needle in your business, fear is often the culprit. But you’re not suffering from clichés such as the fear of success, or the fear of failure. Listen to this episode to learn THE FIVE FEARS that are really at work, and what you can do about them.
Napoleon Hill’s famous book THINK AND GROW RICH. It’s the “business bible” of hedge fund managers and other high earning entrepreneurs. This episode takes a look at its teachings. And offers a fresh perspective on how to make its advice more believable in the modern age.