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Smartest Guys in Marketing


May 3, 2017

Ever feel like your goals are just too big to accomplish? Or bad luck always seems to loom over you like a black storm cloud? Or maybe you just didn’t ‘want it’ bad enough?

These are just some of the thoughts you might be experiencing right now that leave you clueless as to why your business isn’t growing.

In today’s show, Chris and Taylor share with you why thinking big is a load of BS.

Stuck for time? Here are the highlights:

  • The mental roadblock that stops most entrepreneurs from scaling their business using paid traffic (2:00)
  • The difference between maximal growth and optimal growth (5:30)
  • How to live a healthy life and not be dominated by your goals (7:00)
  • The ‘Automatic Achievement’  morning formula that will help you win the day. (11:45)

Big Ideas

Many entrepreneurs have such huge ideas of how to market their business yet they lack the fundamental understanding of looking at incremental parts of their business. One of the reasons Chris and Taylor have managed to scale up so fast is because they look at every single piece of their business under a magnifying glass.

“Being able to think small helps you create consistent action steps to grow your business”

Balance

As an entrepreneur, it’s easy to get engulfed in the business world and ‘hustle’ your way to achieve your goals. Entrepreneurs are people with type A personalities hard wired into them meaning they’re always future focussed on achieving goals. They could happily work 80 hour weeks no sweat.

All sounds great but the question then becomes...is that a healthy lifestyle?

If you ever get the feeling of self sabotage, you’ll want to tune in around 8:00 of this show. Chris and Taylor share with you a method for living a balanced lifestyle as well as their own personal morning formula for success.

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Tune in, listen up and start thinking small to win the big game of business and life.