3 Key Points in this Episode:
- Keep learning and focus on personal development through books and podcasts. Point two.
- Buy the E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber and read it every year.
- Connect with 5 influencers and ask them questions that will help you learn how to do what you want to do.
An Interesting Interview with a Great Entrepreneur (1:29)
David is an entrepreneur currently building a company in the home services sector. Revive Washing washes homes locally to bring clean water globally.
Find Your Blueprint (2:01)
Keep learning and focus on personal development through books and podcasts. Take daily consistent action and compress the week into 6-days so that you have a day to recharge your batteries with family and friends.
Remove Your Barriers (7:08)
David learned by operating a student painting franchise as his first business. In 16 weeks he lost 15 lbs. from stress. Secondly, cash flow is a constant struggle to maintain as you try to grow.
Fully Express Your Greatness (12:35)
There were several wins along the way and David has been very mindful of the 2 – 5 things that he is very proud of each day. One big moment though was paying for his university education with his first business and was able to buy his first home at the age of 23.
Advice for Your Younger Self (15:24)
“Buy the E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber and read it every year!”
Teaching Moment (21:09)
Learning is paramount to achieving success and one of the best ways to accomplish this is to write down your goals and connect with 5 influencers and ask them questions that will help you learn how to do what you want to do.
Contact David: Website
How to Make More Money (26:34)
Many hopeful entrepreneurs have read Michael E Gerber’s book the E-Myth.
The concepts in this book are simple enough and can be summarized by his now famous quote; “work on your business, not in your business” but there is a substantial difference between understanding a concept and earning more money implementing that concept.
It’s the same with this podcast episode, David taught us several lessons by sharing his story and explaining his method of learning to become more successful.
This week I want you to apply one of those lessons and post about it on social using #lessonslearned and please tag me so I see it @jamielirvine.
Family First (27:42)
Your family are the people you are the closest to in the world.
It is easy to think that we know everything about our family, but people are always changing. To put family first you must put them first and that involves showing how much you care about them.
This week I would like to encourage you to find out something you don’t know about several of your family members. Perhaps you could learn something new about your grandparents, your spouse, and your children.
Increasing our knowledge about our family will deepen our love for them and make them feel like we really care about them so no interrogations, instead just be curious and ask friendly questions.
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