I just got back from speaking at InfoSummit 2017, Dan Kennedy’s awesome event in Cleveland. Dan is one of my living legends, so I was PUMPED, but…something went horribly wrong. I share what happened and what you can learn from it today.
I’m currently on my way back the way back from Jeff Walker’s Product Launch Formula LIVE event. This was one of the most uplifting, encouraging, and educational events I’ve ever attended. After it finished, Mark Sieverkropp and I shot a recap and shared our biggest takeaways.
If you have not attended PLF Live or other live events with other internet marketers, you should. There is nothing that can substitute for meeting and learning IRL (in real life).
Building an online platform is hard work, like any business. But the good news is that there is a wealth of great information from people who’ve already done it. And one of the best places to learn is at conferences, such as Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference, which I attended recently. Here are some of my key takeaways.
What happens when you get some of the best minds in the online marketing and platform building world together in one room? I’ll tell you…50+ pages of notes, lasting friendships, and tons of great ideas. That’s the power of a great event, like Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference earlier this year.
Better late than never, right?
Having coached and mentored hundreds of entrepreneurs over the past four years, I’ve noticed a recurring pattern in high-profile professionals. The biggest and brightest business people excel in 5 foundational areas of business.I call them “The Five Pillars Authority.”
Let’s review each of the five pillars and how to apply it to your business.
Pillar 1. Mindset
You wouldn’t build a house without preparing the foundation first, would you?
Of course not.
Similarly, you wouldn’t set out to build a profitable business without having a stable base to launch from. The FOUNDation for any business is the mindset of the FOUNDer (founder / foundation – get it?)
Like a house built on sand, a business led by a confused, uncertain, and weak founder will crumble.
For most of us, once we get a taste of what a having a little impact does for us and others, we want more. It feels good. It’s addictive. It’s motivating and inspiring. So, how do we amplify our impact?
I’ll cut right to the chase and share a FREE resource that will help you to do just that.
It’s called the Amplify Summit.
It started this past Monday but there is plenty of time to register for it.
Jonathan Milligan has assembled 27 of the most successful writers, speakers, and coaches and ask them to reveal how they have built multiple streams of income in their business.