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Ep 12 – Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail | Colin Morgan

3 Key Points:

  1. Be process-driven instead of just results-driven.
  2. Don’t compare yourself to others and constantly wishing things were different.
  3. Create a business plan that has measurable targets, not 5-years from now but a month from now.

Show Notes:

[0:21] Colin is a former professional golfer turned successful entrepreneur running Plan2Profit and is the host of the Daily Grind Business Podcast.

[1:10] Find Your Blueprint – Colin is more progress-driven than results-driven. Every day he tries to get better and has a solid routine that sets him up for success.

[3:04] Colin found it a real shock to no longer be a professional athlete and then he failed at three businesses before he found success.

[5:06] Remove Your Barriers – Colin cautions that we should not compare ourselves to others and constantly be wishing things were different. Instead, create an actual plan to achieve those goals.

[6:27] Fully Express Your Greatness – Colin recently was featured on EOFire which led him to launch his own podcast and landed $10,000 in new business. Since recording this interview the Daily Grind Business Podcast topped 110,000 downloads.

[11:30] Teaching Moment – Business planning can suck, what you need to build is a plan that you can use. Things are dynamic and therefore you need to have a plan that can be updated when needed. Have a measurable target in your business, not 5-years from now, but something you are can achieve in a month or two.

Contact Colin: 

Podcast: The Daily Grind  

Website: Plan2Profit

Facebook: @DailyGrindPodcast 


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