I am excited to announce my new video series on YouTube that answers the question, “Why do millionaires love to pick my brain?”
I’ve been fortunate to help clients generate in excess of $4 billion in sales and revenue, and by the end of this year, it’s likely to exceed $6 billion.
Hence a playlist to give you access to inspiring discussions.
And it couldn’t be simpler.
You just click on this link and it will take you to this page shown below.
You just click PLAY ALL (where the arrow is showing you) to watch the entire collection or pick the ones you want to watch in the right-hand column.
So far in this series, we have talked about branding, sales, growth, and overcoming the impossible.
The reason I created this series: branding is an important part of any business because, without it, we’re left competing on price and features.
So Why Do Millionaires Love Picking My Brain?
These millionaires appreciate my practicality.
I’ve been fortunate to help my clients generate in excess of $4 billion in sales and revenue, and by the end of this year, it’s likely to exceed $7 billion.
They respect my rebelliousness.
They admire my resilience and hustle.
They love my sixth sense knowing when to zig while the competition zags.
This is why I decided to create a YouTube playlist where I share discussions I have had with millionaires and billionaires.
Some are clients. Others are peers, colleagues, or fellow authors.
Others are just random people who I’ve met in my business travels.
The common thread is that they all have deep pockets, street smarts, and an appreciation for branding, marketing, sales, relationships, and entrepreneurship.
And they each know it’s not easy building something from nothing — especially if you’re trying to compete on price or features alone.
Welcome to the VIP Lounge: Front Row Seats with Millionaires You Rarely Have Access To
From Grant Cardone (“The 10X Rule”) to Tony Whatley (“Side Hustle Millionaire”) to Oren Klaff (“Pitch Anything” and “Flip The Script”) to Stu Sjouwerman (CEO, Billion-dollar Unicorn, KnowBe4) to Chris Do (TheFutur), each is a self-made millionaire (or billionaire) who refuses to work for others and instead chose to work for themselves.
This playlist will grow as I speak with some of the amazing minds who have built something from nothing.
Go ahead. Check these out and I am sure you’ll find nuggets of inspiration that will help you elevate your game.