The Money Podcast

The Money Podcast

By Rob Moore

The Money podcast, by best-selling author of “Money”, Rob Moore, will dive into how to make, manage and master money. How to know more, make more and give more. How to save, invest and raise money. The story, history and psychology of money. The good, bad and naughty of money. Rob will use his experience of going from debt at 26, to becoming a millionaire by 31. Rob will call upon his contacts and interview millionaires, billionaires, economists and money masters from all walks of life. Rob will draw all his experience from starting from nothing, and building the huge podcast the “Disruptive Entrepreneur”, with his on the ground, real business experience. The Money podcast is for anyone who wants to make more money in a job, profession or passion, for money masters and money disasters. They say money doesn’t make you happy, Rob says “It does!”.

Episodes

How to Create & Scale Multiple Stream of Income

Have you ever wondered how you can create a steady stream of passive income? In today’s episode, Rob shares with you the steps to create multiple streams of passive income and the key differences between residual and passive cash flow. Tune in to hear how to create a life of truly leveraged and passive income from creating online resources and courses to building assets and products using the 70/20/10 rule that can bring you income for years to come.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Only when you can do anything, anywhere are you then truly leveraged and passive. This means that you need a laptop and to be able to work from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. If you want to start and build multiple streams of income (online, passive or residual) you can start by never having an office in the first place. There is a difference between passive and residual. Passive is once the asset is set up there is no active work involved. Residual is ongoing income. What you should be looking to do is create assets, you have to have assets to create a recurring (residual or passive) income. Online courses are a great source of passive and residual income. You will need to create and record content for your online course and deliver it only once. This allows your content to become an asset as you will never have to deliver the course again, but the course can be delivered for years to come. All the assets you create, you want them to ideally have a long shelf life as possible, otherwise, they decay and they don’t become recurring, residual or have much of lifetime value. Start with three income streams you spend your time: 70% on your main one, 20% on your second one and 10% on your third one. You think systems, leverage, outsourcing, processes and people. All these processes then create an asset that is then set and managed.  BEST MOMENTS “You can’t have a baby and not have the labour pains.”  “Do once, and repeat the process over and over again.” “Create multiple streams of income that you can manage from your phone.”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”    CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
28/05/2038m 9s

David McCourt: Interview With a (Very Grounded) Billionaire

World-renowned entrepreneur David McCourt joins Rob in today’s podcast, listen in as they discuss everything from the benefits of property investment to the critical importance of having a mentor in your life who can help you weather the storm, make the right decisions and spot areas of opportunity after lockdown.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Real estate is a great investment because it can handle so much leverage. The only issue is that you always need a cash supply to maintain the property. Real estate is great when the market goes up and when it goes down, as long as you have cash. Right now every piece of real estate in the UK has been repriced, if you have the cash you are able to expand your portfolio. If someone wants to get out there and do their thing and put their name out there then they should just go ahead and do it. They should not feel the need to compare themselves to or copy other people, they should just want to be them in their unique space and take advantage of their opportunities. Unemployment and not training people for the new economy creates all sorts of mental health problems. Taking people's dignity away is a huge driver to deteriorating mental health. Entrepreneurs need to figure out how to create new jobs and new training programmes for those affected by job losses to avoid a Great Depression. Cheap businesses are usually cheap for a reason, whoever is looking to buy cheap after lockdown, should ensure they have some expertise in that area. All businesses have problems, but small businesses have fewer resources to deal with those problems. Mentors are valuable for everyone and everyone should have one in their life. It is good to have someone who has been through and survived their war, you may be dealing with a different war altogether but you need to have someone who has been through similar to help you think clearly.   BEST MOMENTS “There’s always room for the best.” “What you need to do is find something you love to do, and do it with people you love and then you have won.” “All your stuff is going to be worth a lot less money, so you have got to buy more stuff.” “Everyone needs a mentor, it is critical.”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979   ABOUT THE GUEST David McCourt is an Irish-American entrepreneur with experience within the telecom and cable television industries.[1] He was an early contributor to the development of transatlantic fibre networks and has founded or bought over 20 companies in nine countries. David is the author of the book 'Total Rethink: Why Entrepreneurs Should Act Like Revolutionaries', published in April 2018. The book became a Wall Street Journal best-seller in 2019
21/05/201h 16m

Kids Off School - The Value Of Money

Discover today how to teach your children valuable life lessons that can help further their education whilst they’re not in school. Learn how to teach your children the value of money, mentoring and how to instill a good work ethic in your child.    KEY TAKEAWAYS Facts tell and stories sell. It is great to use stories and analogies for children rather than telling them what to do. If you tell them what to do they will resist. It is great to weave valuable life lessons into stories that you tell them to learn unconsciously.   Learning through osmosis and learning vicariously are both the best lessons we can get both as children and as adults. If we get forced into learning something, as the schooling system does, many children will resist and rebel. If you have someone that your child will look up to, have your children spend some time with them as a mentor. If there are two main things you should want to teach your children, it is to read and to love learning. If you teach them this, they are going to learn good values, people skills, business, money and positivity. It is important when you teach children about money and value to work hard but also to work smart. These days smart work such as leveraging, outsourcing, scaling and social media is just as important as physical hard work when it comes to being successful. You want your children to have a base level work ethic that’s not for money, because if they won’t do anything unless it is for money then that may not be the best attitude to have. Create a certain level of work ethic for non-monetary value as well as a higher level of working ethic which is for money.    BEST MOMENTS “Embrace money into your life and use it rather than let it use you.” “Everyone needs positive role models in their life.”  “It is really important to allow your kids to dream.”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”    CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
14/05/2020m 27s

10 Commonalities of The Wealthiest People

Do you ever wonder what it takes to become extremely wealthy? Well, through years of extensive research, Rob has discovered the traits that all of the wealthy people have in common. Tune in today to find out what these traits are and how you can follow them in order to pursue wealth and riches for yourself. Learn how to create a fair exchange, repeatedly overcome challenges and attract wealth to your environment.   KEY TAKEAWAYS A common feature in each wealthy person is the commitment they have to their mission. They want to disrupt industries and change them for good. Criticism or praise does not phase or distract them along their journeys. Creating a fair exchange environment. You need to create a sustainable profit some of which you can reinvest into innovation and new products otherwise your competitors will out-innovate you. The consumer will have gratitude to you for your prices and appreciate the fair exchange. Many wealthy people believe and know they're destined for service of vast numbers of people. The more people you serve and accept the challenges that come along with this, the more wealthy you are going to grow. In the pursuit of wealth and riches, each wealthy person will have repeated challenges. When the challenge is overcome, a bigger one will present itself. They do not focus on small problems, but they focus on meaningful problems. The wealthiest people create a greater GP and economic flow. This is why hoarders don’t usually get so wealthy if you hoard money you are actually restricting the flow, which is the anti purpose of money. The more money flows the more it grows.   BEST MOMENTS “People will hate about you, the very things that are great about you’ “If someone has opposing value to you, they will have a completely different view of the world that you” “Wealth is money, but it is also well being.”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
07/05/2022m 9s

Kids Off School: Open vs Closed Mindset

The newest instalment of Kids Off School Rob discusses how having an open mindset can have a positive impact on your personal and professional life. In this insightful episode, Rob dives into the importance of a healthy mindset, how to look at challenges differently and why an open mindset is a persistent mindset that can help you reach your goals and achieve your dreams. KEY TAKEAWAYS Having an open mindset and being aware of your thoughts and feelings means that you can control your emotions. You can control how you think, feel, decide and act. If you have a fixed or a closed mindset this means you are not willing to learn, you think that you are always right and are not open to trying new things. As opposed to having an open mindset with a desire to learn new things and be open to new experiences. Somebody with an open mindset listens to what others have to say. If you listen to others you will receive all the best information, people love to talk so if you listen to them people will be drawn to you. To be closed-minded is to not give others the opportunity to talk nor listen to what they have to say. The open mindset is persistence, and the closed mindset is to give up. Persistence means to keep going until you win and get what you want. Somebody who gives up easily has a defeated mindset, they may give up after trying just once. Nobody succeeds at anything the first time around and we all face our struggles. Open mindset is to see things as a challenge and closed mindset is to see things as a failure. If something on your journey goes wrong, look at it as a challenge and be one step closer to success. These people enjoy failure as they see it as a challenge. Somebody with a closed mindset will adopt the “I tried once and it didn’t work” mindset and use this is a reason to give up.   BEST MOMENTS “An open mind means you want to discover. You’re curious and you’re interested” “If you ever want to learn stuff and get the best idea, just let people talk and listen.” “When everything is easy we don’t grow, we stay the same.”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
30/04/2014m 28s

Mark Homer: How to Fix Your Finances (Business Partner Take Over)

Mark is joined by finance expert Shaz Nawaz where they discuss the benefits of the government's latest scheme to help people during the pandemic. They cover topics from Furlough to repayment holidays, the rights of the employer and the employee and discuss how local governments are dealing with COVID-19. Now is a perfect time to sort out your finances and save money. Tune in to find out more. KEY TAKEAWAYS: Previously an employee has to have been off work for 4 days to claim statutory sick pay, however, what the government has decided to do is reimburse the employer for the first two weeks of sickness. The employee can continue to claim themselves for up to 28 weeks. The government furlough scheme is allowing companies to claim their employee’s salaries from the government, they will pay up to 80% of a salary with a limit of 2500 pounds back, as well as claiming National insurance and the 3% pension schemes. If you have monies owed on a credit card during this period, there are repayment holidays for up to three months available as well as on general loan repayments. Overdraft and overdraft interest fees waived up to 500 pounds, many banks are automatically waiving these fees. If you don’t have an overdraft you can apply for one up to 500 pounds. Local governments are advising that the impact of COVID-19 will last approximately 12 months. However this does not mean there will be a lockdown until then, this should be lifted in May or June starting off by opening schools and small businesses and gradually increasing events whilst implementing social distancing measures, all the while monitoring public health. Investing in bonds is a secure place for your money. Bonds are loans issued by governments. The UK government issues something called guilts which are bonds that you make to the UK government which attract a very low rate of interest, sometimes negative. In terms of security and getting your money back, they are about as good as it gets because the UK government is an issuer of its own currency, meaning it in theory cant go bust.   BEST MOMENTS “It is really important for people to be focused on their finances like they are looking after their personal health” “In terms of getting back to normal, we won't be getting back to normal like we were in March, until next March” “This is going to continue beyond the lockdown period”   ABOUT THE HOST   Mark Homer is an entrepreneur investor.  He has worked with investment since he was 15 years old using the laws of wealth! He is a spreadsheet analyst with an impressive following from major publications including BBC Radio, The Wall Street Journal, The Independent, and co-authoring the UK’s best-selling property books.  Mark has always looked for the best investment vehicle, and at the end of 2007 with Rob Moore the co-founder of Progressive Property his joint portfolio produced more profit than any of the other investments he’d tried in the last ten years, combined.   CONTACT METHOD   Email: Markhomer@progressiveproperty.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markhomer1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/markprogressive Twitter: https://twitter.com/markprogressive   ABOUT THE GUEST Shaz Nawaz, is a chattered account tax advisor and industry expert whose knowledge has often been featured in well-established national publications, and he insists on ensuring that his team is just as dedicated to the industry as he is. Shaz believes in motivating you to do better for your business as well as your finances.
23/04/2056m 20s

How to be Rich (Kids & Adults)

Rob offers his help and advice to the children off school during the COVID-19 pandemic on how to become rich and lessons surrounding money, savings and mentors. Rob offers his expert advice that schools don’t offer on how to manage your money and become a successful young entrepreneur.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Never spend more than you earn and never spend more than you save. If you have a rule that you will never spend more than you earn, you will always make money each time you get paid. If you then save more than you spend you will eventually grow the money you earn and then you will grow the money that you save. Start your savings whilst you are young to allow ample opportunity for your money to increase. You need to look for work, it is always nice to receive money as a gift or as pocket money but you will never get rich solely by being given money because the world wants what is known as a fair exchange. Fair exchange is working and providing a good service to people and then getting paid fairly for it. You should aim to want to do more than you are paid to do. If you do a job and exceed the expectations of the customer you will build a good reputation and eventually get paid more. Understand that you will not become rich instantly, it will take time. If you do something well long enough, you will get rewarded. To make money you have to learn and embrace being able to sell. Selling is just giving someone something that they want to buy in exchange for money. Make sure there is a fair exchange when selling to your customers to ensure you have a good reputation in your industry. Learn to find problems in your industry, if you can find and solve those you will make a profit. Spend time with peers and mentors that you aspire to. If you surround yourself with successful entrepreneurs their traits will naturally rub off on you. They may invest in you or connect you with the right person.   BEST MOMENTS “The more money you have the more interest you earn on your money” “To serve is to make money, the more people you serve the more wealthy you become” “Anything that is too easy, is usually empty and doesn’t feel great afterwards. Don’t look for easy, go out looking for good” “You are the total of the five people you spend most of your time with”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
16/04/2022m 44s

Huge Announcement: Are You The Quick or The Dead?

bit.ly/multistreamsonline   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
14/04/2010m 58s

Kids Off School Only, Mindset & Entrepreneurship for 5-18 y/o (Part 1)

disruptors. Rob talks us through the benefits of having mentors and who to look up to as well as setting some actions for your kids to focus on during their time in lockdown.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Make sure you encourage your parents to introduce you to successful friends of theirs. Children will likely listen to other adults more than they will listen to their parents. If you want to be a success, the best way to do this is by listening and learning from people who have already achieved this. Mentors are people that are probably older than you and further along in their lives. They have overcome some of the challenges and problems that you have yet to face. Trying to figure things out by yourself when you’re so young is not easy to do, a mentor is a great way to guide you in reaching your goals. Try earning your own money by asking for some small jobs to do for your parents or creating small businesses allowing you to be in control and to teach you the value of your money. If you have a hobby or an interest that you particularly love when you’re an entrepreneur you can make money from that. You are able to call your passion, your profession. As an entrepreneur creating a business from what you love, there is no cap on what you can earn. With youth comes energy and you have that advantage over people who have been in industries longer. Your enthusiasm and passion are admired by the older generations and they are likely to invest time and money into you. You’re likely to have a more open-minded outlook on life since you’re yet to face much hardship in your career or financial life, having a positive outlook is a key to success. Setting goals for yourself will allow you to plan for your future. Make your goals achievable and be accountable for them. Remind yourself that failure is okay and part of the course. It is far better to try and fail than to not try at all.   BEST MOMENTS “If you want to have all the things you want in life, you want nice things, be able to do nice things and be happy, the best way to do that is by learning through people that have already got it” “Comfort is the enemy of success and greatness comes from being uncomfortable” “Life is too short to not do what you enjoy for a living” “You show us a bit of grit, determination, and desire to do something and enjoy what you do, that is going to attract people to invest in you”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
09/04/2035m 18s

Money Lessons for KIDS While Off School

Rob has started a small series of videos about money for children while off school! Don't discount this information though, it will be good for you too! KEY TAKEAWAYS   What IS money? - Exchange of value, globally recognised. It’s not power greed or control, that comes from people.   Learn how to create value- You can’t ask strangers for money the same way you would parents. If you can’t create value you will become reliant on handouts. If you create more value, you can make more money. Money is a good store of value- £10 of food rots away, yet a £10 note will still be worth the same in a week's time. Anything that errores or goes off is not a good store of value. Money is stored energy- I worked for that £10, and did the person who worked for it before me. All the work and effort you put into earning your money gets stored. The 5 levels of money- What do you have to do to earn money and what can you do with it once you have it?   BEST MOMENTS “Always do more than you are paid for” “The world will always recognise extra value” “Never spend more than you earn”   VALUABLE RESOURCES Progressive Property Podcast (https://www.progressiveproperty.co.uk/podcast/)  Rob Moore’s Start Now Get Perfect Later (Book) (https://www.amazon.com/Start-Now-Get-Perfect-Later/dp/1473685435) ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is a 5x best-selling author, a public speaker, an entrepreneur, property investor and a Guinness World record holder among others. He is the co-founder of the Progressive Property and the mastermind of ‘The Disruptive Entrepreneur’ and ‘Money’ podcasts.  CONTACT METHOD   Website (http://www.robmoore.com/) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/https://twitter.com/robprogressive)
02/04/2025m 57s

Shocking Attitude to Money, Charity & Millionaires

How do you overcome the hate and judgement of others? In today’s episode,Rob talks about his recent experience and the criticism he faced after helping to raise money for his sister’s life-saving kidney operation. Tune in to discover the deeper side around why people hate and what you can do to grow and learn from it. KEY TAKEAWAYS -During a recent GoFund me case for his sister’s life-threatening kidney treatment, Rob reached out to his social media network and asked for help, meaning his sister would be able to have a private operation. This was achieved in less than 24 hours. - Despite this, Rob faced some backlash with people stating he should’ve paid for the operation himself. -When it comes to money in the UK, anything you do with money and any way you raise money, you are going to get judged and critiqued. Whether that be buying nice cars or expensive goods, people may call you greedy. If you raise money for a good cause people may say it is a marketing strategy. - You are going to get criticised no matter who you are or what you do.  So you may as well be yourself and do what you believe is right in your heart. - If you take away the reliance that people may have from receiving money from family or friends, they become resourceful. - People will critique you based on their own hurt, triggers stereotypes despite not knowing the full context behind the story. - You should not be judged on the way you use and spend your money. If you take the judgment out of money and the way other people earn their money and you see it as a force for good the views will change. - People worry about the way they spend their money and being judged for it. People, then self-sabotage and push money away from them because they have been made to feel guilty and embarrassed for having money. - Earning money is a sign of growth and progress and is a sign that your business is doing well and succeeding and can inspire others to do the same. BEST MOMENTS “If you’re going to get criticism for raising seventeen thousand pounds for your sister’s life-saving operation, you will get criticised for anything” “I would love to see people stop judging and start asking” “People will hate about you the very thing that’s great about you” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
26/03/2026m 30s

Ask me Anything on All Things Money

Usually, exclusively for his supporter’s programme, Rob opens the floor to his social media network and podcast listeners to tune in on everything MONEY!!! Listen in to hear a brand new Q&A from the author of “Money” himself discuss everything from investments to the law of attraction. KEY TAKEAWAYS Can you attract money?  Do believe in the law of attraction, as well as the law of action. So I believe in attraction and action that creates traction. Some people are all about hard work and creating their own opportunities, whereas some people prefer to manifest. I think you can attract money by having a great product and service and understanding the concept of fair exchange. How to get a more positive attitude to having more money and being more receptive to welcoming it into your life? I think by believing money is good and not having a bad association with money is important. Knowing that money can exaggerate all your good traits knowing that money can enable all the good things you want to do in the world. The more value you put out to the world the more you realise your worth. When I am feeling low, I tend to try and help other people, because then that fills me back up. Make sure you understand if there’s a market for your product and service, and making sure you get your community involved in crowdsourcing the idea. Having a positive attitude to money is realising the good in money. If you had thirty thousand pounds and were looking to invest it to generate a good passive return where would you look first? A passive return if you want realistic and not risky, 5%. You might be able to get more but then you have to put work, knowledge and experience in. If you’re prepared to be a bit active, create an online service or business, leverage social media and invest some money in resources you could turn thirty thousand pounds into a hundred thousand pounds. If I am looking for really passive returns, invest it in property and it becomes passive when you begin to rent it out. Does the more someone watches TV correlate to the amount of money that they earn? The problem with general questions like this is that nobody has the data set, you also don’t really know from behind the curtains and so people just make the judgment. If I was constructing an argument for this question, I would say well, it depends what you watch. If you are watching stuff about business, entrepreneurship and successful people, then I reckon that it has a direct relationship and would help you earn more. You could also get a billionaire, who watched trash TV to relax, we all need to switch off, that doesn’t make someone skint or a loser. If they spend a lot of time watching trash and that is what they have educated themselves with and they have no aspirations then TV is probably feeding that. They do say the more you learn the more you are but it depends on what you learn. Do you ever fear that you could lose the money that you have accumulated? Yes, and you have to be careful not to let the fear rule you because you could make some defensive decisions that maybe aren’t that good. What made you an entrepreneur in the early days was making some risks and maybe now you're not taking the same risks because you have got things to lose. If you’re a hoarder, you won’t end up attracting too much money because you're conserving your energy. Money is energy and money is flow. You have to have the right balance between investment and saving. Speculate to accumulate, aggressive versus defensive , knowing what and when to spend and save, that is the key. BEST MOMENTS “Confidence and self-worth is not an absolute thing” “Self-worth is something that you’re constantly working on just like your net worth” “If you now the language of money, then you have a head start”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
19/03/2031m 4s

The BEST Way to Make Money

Do you want to know what the best ways are to make money? The best strategies for scaling your business and finding your passion? Today, Rob talks you through the best ways to find, monetise and scale your passion into a profitable business, when to go ‘all in’ how to find out if your market has a financial ceiling and why you too can create enduring wealth if you enjoy what you do. KEY TAKEAWAYS The best business to be in is the one that you have an enduring passion for. Many entrepreneurs start different business ventures but get allured by new opportunities but ultimately the business that you can enjoy for many years to come will be the one you are most successful in. Test your business ideas on low money, you should probably only go “all in” when you know it is decided that this area of business is going to be your forte for years to come. You need to make sure that your business is scalable, and that you are not reducing your reach because you could end up just hitting a ceiling where even though you enjoy what you do, you cannot go beyond a certain financial ceiling. You need to have a passion to serve, is this business model you’re doing something you can really see as service? If it is only enjoyable for you but there is no real market place you will not be able to scale and gain enduring wealth. If you don’t enjoy serving others in this business model, it is the wrong business model. It is a distraction to only be invested in businesses that you think can only make money. BEST MOMENTS “You have got to want to make a difference to other people as well as yourself” “You don’t want to restrict your sale” “The best business to be in is the one you have an enduring passion for”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
12/03/2022m 42s

Financial Fair Exchange: More Value More MONEY

Have you ever wondered where to start when pricing your products or services? Did you know that there’s a sweet spot between the value you’re offering your customers and the profit you and your business are making? Pricing your products and services and achieving ‘fair exchange’ in your marketplace is essential to growth, disruption, sustainability, profitability, and self-worth. Tune in today to discover how you too can price and position your products and services perfectly and create...fair exchange.   KEY TAKEAWAYS In your business you want to increase your feed and create a great product and service with a fair but healthy profit margin, you want it to be sustainable I.e if there is a disruption to your market you don't get dramatically affected as well as being able to price product prices to coincide with inflation. The concept of fair exchange is where there is a focal point between a fair and sustainable profit margin and the utility, value, and gratuity of the client. As a client, you need to be able to allow the producer of the product you’re using to be able to make a fair and sustainable profit, however, there should be a balance whereby you are getting value for your money from the product or service experience. You cannot have a perception of value without a price. To create a fair exchange price you need to think about your industry experience, self-worth and value in the market, competitor pricing, and overheads. You then need to start with an initial version 1 price. If you start with a version 1 product priced slightly lower, if the product isn’t yet perfect then you create a fair exchange environment whereby the customer may not be getting the completed, perfect product. The market will tell you how to value your product through demand, through people actually paying for your product and services. If you want to continue to increase your prices, innovate, add extra value, add more on that is of high perceived value to your client that is of low cost to you. Make sure what you do is different from your competition. Start at a price that creates volume and good value that gets case studies and referrals and then increase your prices until you reach a ceiling where the elasticity starts to stretch and the volume of sales starts to reduce. Give value first and then increase your profit.   BEST MOMENTS “In reality, what competition does is they keep you innovating, improving, disrupting, fixing and solving” “The sweet spot is between value and margin” “Have an element of uniqueness”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD   Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
05/03/2024m 41s

How to Rasie Your Prices & Keep Clients (10 Ways)

Do you want to up your prices and increase your sales? Tune in today to discover the top 10 ways to significantly increase your sales without losing any of your existing clients. Learn the proven formula for evaluating your marketplace, disrupting your competition, why your self-worth equals your net-worth and how to scale your business, solve more problems and put more value out into the world in today’s episode of the Money Podcast with your host, Rob Moore. KEY TAKEAWAYS 10 Ways That You Can Increase Your Sales Significantly Without Losing Any Of Your Clients   Market - Evaluate your market and follow a proven formula: Ensure there is Demand, aim to Disrupt, Dominate the marketplace, and Deliver on your promise. Competition - In some areas, you must copy the best of what your competitors do. Smart entrepreneurs copy the best bits inside of your industry and creatively, the best bits outside of your marketplace. Your positioning in the marketplace - Are you a commodity, product or service? Are you low price high volume or low volume high price? Once you have identified your position in the market you can drive your purpose and your mission and in turn, this will drive your prices up. Experience - If you have decades worth of experience in your marketplace you can up your prices and if you’re lacking experience you need to get started now and get perfect later. Additionally, you can transmute experience from other industries into your current market and bring a new story to your business and new service to your clients.  With this experience comes skills - If you’re the best you will beat the rest. It’s essential to have ongoing business and personal development and constantly increase your skillset. Pair this with the right strategy and you can increase your prices and gain more clients. Reputation - Credibility, managing your online reputation and increasing your visibility. Care, do you actually care? How do you look after your clients and serve them the best you can? Consistency is key, you have to keep up your online reputation and care about serving your clients to keep your reputation.  Self-worth = Net-worth - If you don’t believe in yourself then why should anyone else? The ceiling of your prices is ultimately down to what you feel you’re worth. You must project your belief out and give a great service. Increasing your self-worth, mindset, and skillset and you’ll be able to put your prices up every year. Social proof - The best way to increase your prices is with solid social proof from happy clients and customers that you have served well. Aim to generate testimonials coupled with articles on reputable new sites proving that you care, serve and solve your customer’s problems and improve their wealth and health and you will be able to increase your sales and increase your prices.  The scale of the problem you solve - the smaller the problem the solve the smaller the reward, the bigger the problem, the bigger the reward. Aim to serve and solve for as many people as you can and scale. The scale of your business itself - Reach = revenue and impact = income. Are you local, national or global? Are you making a small difference or a big impact? The more reach and bigger impact the easier it is to scale your business and increase your prices. Value - Success is putting value out to the world. By following this wealth formula you can increase your prices and increase your sales, without losing any customers. Wealth = Value + Fair Exchange x Leverage.   BEST MOMENTS “Anyone can copy what you do but no one can copy who you are.” “Guard your reputation with your life and ensure you manage your online reputation.” “Get rid of the cognitive bias in your brain that doesn’t let you learn, improve and increase your prices” “Upping your prices incrementally will help you lose the clients that are not right for your business.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
27/02/2015m 45s

Rob Meets Another Billionaire (His Views on Money)

Rob reflects on meeting one of Scotland’s richest and more influential men, Jim McColl OBE. Jim is a successful businessman, entrepreneur and responsible for the development of Clyde Blowers Capital and today, Rob shares his business lessons with you. Tune in to hear Rob’s tips, advice and insights from a face-to-face interview with Scotlands own billionaire. KEY TAKEAWAYS The best business you can be in is the business you are already in. Many people look at other peoples business and compare themselves to them, thinking that they may not be as successful as other people. Often, they have been doing their business for a short while and they are finally getting to a point in their business journey where they may start to see results. They’ve planted the seed, they’ve grown the roots and the shoots are showing, and they change before they’re able to grow the tree and bare the fruit. Those that change their models or ideas every few years are not gaining any momentum, they are not enabling compounding to kick in. If you’re going into a company and looking to turn it around, there are two main areas to focus on: Increase your prices. You do a profit and loss analysis on each product or department and cut out the loss-making items. Face to face casual meeting is a non-threatening way to meet and collaborate with other business owners. Many people now are hiding behind their phones with email or instant messaging. Perhaps we have lost the art of actually going and meeting with people face to face and building a relationship. Be the opposite of social media (which is face to phone), make people feel important. If you’re looking to buy or sell a company or form a business partnership your partner or client needs to feel important, which they won’t do if they are sent a meaningless email or text message. Money gives you a goal and the drive to grow your business, when you grow your business you reach more people and by reaching more people you serve more people. The biggest game-changer since becoming a millionaire is having the ability to launch something new, to dive into something new and take some risks and knowing you are able to do that. BEST MOMENTS “It takes time to build the tree” “There is nothing wrong with changing when you need to change” “It is great to be a master of money but it is terrible to be a slave to money”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
20/02/2031m 54s

The Most Powerful Ways to Build Cashflow Fast (12 Ways)

Rob explains exactly how anyone, who follows his process, can build cashflow quickly. To create income, you need to make space so your first steps should be to stop buying stuff you don’t need and sell stuff you don’t use. As someone with extensive experience the Disruptive Entrepreneur knows exactly what it takes to build cash flow and the most vital elements are marketing and selling, because marketing creates leads and selling converts leads -  every time and in every business. Rob acknowledges it’s not everyone’s comfort zone or skill set but he shares the answer that means you can still build cash flow in your business quickly and successfully. Whether you are starting out or on your way in business in the world today it’s vital you know how to leverage social media, you need to get out there and get perfect later. listen in and find out the steps you need to take to get in front of your social media and make it work for you and your business, through leveraging repurposing and understanding how to sell your own time, knowledge and experience. We all have something that is worth something to someone else so how can you effectively position yourself as the go-to-expert? Rob has done this, starting out as an expert in property investment who has now scaled up to the number 1 property training agency, follow the powerful steps he shares and you will be on your way to building cash flow in the quickest way you can.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Stop spending on sh#t you don’t need. Sell all your sh#t, that you don’t need or use. Focus on sales and marketing. Can’t do sales and marketing? then outsource or joint venture. Choose a business with low cost and a high margin. Sell your time, knowledge and experience. Create content that is multimedia and can be repurposed Make sure what you are selling is scalable and repurposable Build your positioning in the media. Sell only what people want Build capital and income Compound and preserve capital   BEST MOMENTS ‘It’s good for your energy and your capital’ ‘The trick is to repurpose your content across all the social media platforms and information outlets’ ‘You can find out what people want through testing and surveying all the time’ ‘There is a compounded effect’   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
13/02/2015m 57s

10 Ways to Breakthrough Your Business Income Ceilings

Have you reached a point in your business journey that you can’t quite overcome? Hit a barrier you think is impossible to get over? Today, Rob takes us through the 10 ways to break through your business ceilings. From creating new leads, partnerships, and products, to working smarter and not harder. KEY TAKEAWAYS Create multiple streams of leads. If you have one lead source, you risk disruption. You need to not be over-reliant on one lead source. Multiple streams of leads mean multiple streams of income. Generate multiple leads and income by leveraging social media, advertising, and collaborations. Focus on marketing Marketing is the single most important function of any business. If you do not focus on marketing for at least half your time then you are not going to grow your leads, clients or revenue. Hire more revenue-generating staff. These people may include, marketing people, salespeople or affiliates. The more revenue-generating staff that you have means the more revenue you have. Get a mentor who’s broken through the ceiling you’re hitting in your business. Talk to them to find out how they overcame this, the mistakes that they made, what you could leverage that they also have done. Work smarter not harder. Sometimes you may think that the harder you work, the better it will be. However, sometimes, this is not the case as it could cause you to burnout, push partnerships away or lose consistency. Therefore work smarter by leveraging before you manage, manage before you do, think rather than hustle and plan. Admin support. If you are spending a large proportion of your time doing admin what you cannot then do is focusing on key life areas or income-generating tasks. Admin is required, however, it doesn’t mean it is required by you, get a PA and outsource the admin so that you can focus on the income-generating tasks. Leverage. Leverage social media platforms, staff, systems, mentors and social media. By leveraging your social media platforms you are able to reach a huge amount of people over time after building up a following, making it hugely profitable since at the moment all social media is free. Collaborations and joint ventures. Collaborate with somebody that has an existing brand and existing customers and you can gain exponential growth from that partnership. Create a new product. Could you do something different? Could you give your existing customers a new product? Could you create a more improved version of your product or service? Master your emotions. Manage your emotions by not taking rejection badly, not lashing out when things don’t go as you hoped. Get back up after a fall and do not let your confidence be hit. These are all sorts of things that you need to be able to do to master your emotions. To do this you need to have a word with yourself, breathe it out and move on from it.   BEST MOMENTS “Learn from the mistakes of others and not yourself” “If you put your life into context then your challenges are not as bad” “Not enough people focus enough on marketing”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
06/02/2023m 31s

#BONUS: 8 Days to Make as Much Cash as Possible (Heres How!)

Rob wants to ask you this question; How much cash could you make in 8 days if you had support, instructions, accountability, competition and prizes? Rob is about to launch his 4th revision of the 8-Day-Make-Cash challenge in his Facebook supporters programme! The winner of the last challenge did £35k in cash-in-bank sales and others were raising 6 figures in joint-venture finance! To join the challenge you need to head over to Bit.ly/Robsupporter and join Rob’s supporter programme on Facebook! Once you are a Supporter, you will have access to his challenge content when it starts in a few days! All of the previous challenges resources, videos, plan of actions are already available in the supporters group!   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://Bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
03/02/205m 31s

You Have ONE WEEK to Raise £50k. What do you do?

Have you ever seen a brilliant opportunity slip out of your hands because you couldn’t come up with the cash in time? Well, join us today as Rob Moore gives you expert advice to ensure that never has to happen again! Rob looks at 14 different ways you could make up to £50,000 in just one week using his tried and tested top tips that you don’t want to miss! KEY TAKEAWAYS 14 ways to raise £50,000 in a week.   Getting resourceful- tap into the resourcefulness that you have. Raising money in a short amount of time is about being resourceful, creative, resilient and persistent. Join all industry-related groups on Facebook, LinkedIn or any online forums and post really good content one to two times a day, for five days. Create a slide deck or a short video pitch of what you are going to give someone for the 50 thousand. Go to London, and attend as many business networking events as possible. Message everybody that you know on social media. Including friends, family, colleagues from the past and present. Message everybody, you know on Whatsapp using voice notes. The more people you contact the more people are potential lenders. Reach out to brokers and money lenders and see if you are able to get a loan from them. Apply for a loan through the bank. Remember, you have to repay the loan as well as the interest. Create a joint venture or some kind of partnership proposal. Go to all the London property meetups. There will always be wealthy people there looking to get a return on their money. Going to charity balls and general events where you can network with wealthy people. Find a common interest with somebody, build a rapport and then give them your pitch. Create a new product and do a shotgun launch. Pre-launch and promote the product in the first few days, then launch the product at a starting price for the remainder of the week and then close it down, to make quick money. Call all your existing clients and re-pitch. Find out their feedback on the existing services you are offering them, use their feedback to create a new package at a higher cost. Call all your existing clients and ask them for referrals. Ask them for three people they know who are in a similar position to them that can benefit from your service.   BEST MOMENTS “Raising money in a short amount of time is about being resourceful, creative, resilient and persistent.”                 “If you had a week to save your kids you would leave no stone unturned” “There’s always a cost to raising the money, you’ve got to know that”       VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
30/01/2013m 55s

12 Quick Fire Money Tips to Save & Make £££

How can I save money? How much should I be saving? These are the questions that many people ask themselves because they’re not saving anything. It can be hard to save money each month from your job or business each month, but simply by learning these 12 quick and effective tips you can start right now. So if you’re looking to save more money and achieve more freedom, this is the episode for you. KEY TAKEAWAYS These are 12 quick, simple, effective tips for you to save and make more money. Any money you owe, especially tax in the form of VAT or Corp tax or personal tax or big bills, you should hive off into a separate bank account. There is nothing worse than having a current or savings account, thinking you've got a lot more than you have, therefore spending or budgeting too much, and then you have this massive bill every quarter. Spend and break notes. This makes you feel like you've got less money than you have. And so unconsciously motivates you to go and make more money, you save more than you realize because you can put all the coins in a jar and do not realize that you are still saving, and before you know, you have saved a lot of money. The next thing then is getting a credit card like American Express, where the rewards are really good. American Express has air miles and often get a couple of First Class seats, and maybe three Business Class seats and you don't spend more money because that is the trick that they're kind of trying to lure you into. If you're spending a bit of money every month, get an Amex card or British airways. The next thing is when you go out there and you see nice clothes, make sure that you then wait for the 40% sale or the 50% sale or the 60% sale, waiting for them to go into the sale. Now and again, it's nice to treat yourself and buy something special but wait for the sale because it saves you a lot of money. Sometimes it's better to buy quality but buy them in the sale. Every birthday, every Christmas, every anniversary, anytime anyone buys you anything request either vouchers or things that you would value. Go around your house every three to six months and have a regular clear out, set all the good stuff on eBay and anything that you don't think you're going to get much, go and take it to the charity shop, exercise the law of vacuum prosperity, which means if you want to create more into your life, you have to create a void to do that. So get rid of the hoarding, get rid of all the stuff. Have a direct debit and on the day you get paid or the day after probably safer is save and never touch money and pay yourself first money and investment money and hive them off direct debit into different accounts because most people are paying themselves last and there's never anything left because they're paying all their bills and expenses. Max your ICERs every year, your ICERs through your tax-free savings allowance. That's about 15 grand a So make sure you put money into that every single year. If you have any trips, maybe you want to go away and see some places but you could do a public speech or you could do a property trip and you could merge it in with your business as well, then you could offset a decent amount of that. The next thing is only to buy assets or liabilities that don't go down too much or at least holding value. So try and merge your passion and profession. Money bucketing system, which is all your income streams and all the different expenses and savings investments you have, how to apportion as a percentage of your money across them to maximize your growth and your compounding. BEST MOMENTS “There is nothing worse than having a current or savings account.” “When you think you have less money than you think you have, you go out and push to earn more money because you have this vacuum law of prosperity where you have a void that you feel that you need to fill and you go and hustle a bit more.” “Don’t leave huge amounts of money in your current account or even a one savings account because there are some pretty elaborate money schemes and scams at the moment.” “Cheap stuff is more expensive because you're replacing every two or three months.” “Sometimes it's better to buy quality but buy them in the sale.” “I'd rather not be bought anything than buying something that's going to be wasted or not used.” “Pay yourself first.” “Preserve capital at all costs.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Book called Money by Rob Moore https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”  CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
23/01/2016m 21s

How to Find, Access & Raise BIG Money

Do you find yourself constantly turning down life-changing opportunities because you simply cannot afford it? In today’s episode, Money expert and your host, Rob Moore give you his top tips to finding money you didn’t know you had. Discover how to raise money, better budget your money and how to invest in the most important and profitable asset of them all...yourself. KEY TAKEAWAYS -How to find money you didn’t know you had or raise money you want or spend and invest money more wisely to reach your goals?   -The reality is you probably do have the money but you’re spending it somewhere else. People spend their money on things of the highest value of them, such as products or hobbies. If you want growth and progress, you have to rethink the way you spend your money.   -Think about where you’re spending money and ask yourself, am I filling some kind of need? You could probably save some amount of money per month and invest it in things that will allow you to grow.    -People think that money means that they can afford or not afford. It isn’t, it’s the access to money that you have through your network, through contacts, reach, presence and impact.   -There isn’t only the amount of money in the world in your bank. The amount of money flowing through the world is almost limitless. It is not just about the world’s GDP, it is about your GDP. If you increase the flow through you you can increase the amount that you can spend, save and invest.   -Save more money by changing your spending habits or by working overtime. Investment in certain products is offset against business expenses, reducing your tax bill by investing in books, courses, and masterminds.   -Whatever it is that you need to build or create, the money is usually coming from somebody else.   -You need to change ‘ I can’t afford it’ into ‘I can afford it’, change your values and what’s important to you. The only void you want to be filling when it comes to spending money is your personal growth, knowledge, wealth and experience.   -Reach out to your network or grow your network. Increase the number of people that you know and the number of contacts you have, looking at joint ventures to invest together. Network X Self worth = Net worth.   BEST MOMENTS ‘You either find the money or you find the excuse’ ‘If you think you can or you think you can’t you are right’ ‘Change ‘I can’t afford it’ into’ ‘how can i afford it?’ VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
16/01/2024m 0s

12.5 Ways to Get Paid More (& a Surprise)

Too many business owners and entrepreneurs are not charging enough for their product, service of the value they provide. By fully understanding the concept of ‘fair-exchange’ you too can increase your prices, charge larger fees and earn more money. Discover the proven ways to increase your value proposition and force yourself to scale up. In today’s insightful episode of The Money Podcast, your host Rob Moore shares 12.5 key ways to get paid more and grow your business.    KEY TAKEAWAYS  12.5 Ways to Get Paid More   To charge more. Too many people, not charging enough. They have guilt. They have fear. They have a concern that they are not that experienced or others might judge them or may feel that they may be ripping them off or they shouldn't be charging or critics criticize people for charging in your niche or in your industry, etc. To charge in the first place. So a lot of people aren't charging. They're giving a lot of time, or money or experience for free. Giving away knowledge that has taking them years to build for free. Increase the value proposition. To force yourself to charge more is create a great offer. To repackage your offer, make it sexier, to give more, to create a fair exchange environment, etc. This can, therefore, help you create more value, and with more comes higher fair fees. Scale-up. To reach more people. To increase your marketing. To increase your lead volume. To have multiple streams of lead. To increase your reach. To increase your exposure. To get proof. If you get case studies from people who are grateful and have benefited from your work, whether that's professionally or personally, or as a client paid or just someone who's just got benefit for free, if you get testimonials from people who've used your products and services, really grateful and sharing specific proof on how it's benefited them and then you use that and put that into the marketplace, you will get paid more because, at the end of the day, facts tell, stories tell. To sell your time. Could you charge for your advice? Could you also charge for the knowledge you have? Could you set up an online resource program? Could you one day in the future get a Facebook support program as I have? Could you get ad revenue or sponsorship for your podcast and the information that you put out to the world, your experience? Sell your knowledge and experience. You can sell your time as a coach, as a mentor. You could do one to one work, calls, etc. But you could also create your knowledge and experience in information marketing. Ask for referrals and recommendations. As soon as someone has consumed your products and service and you know is in a state of gratitude and they love your work, and they are even going out posting about it in social media or you hear or know that they've completed, go and say, "Hey how was the products or service?  I have a two-step referral model." Sell more to existing clients. A lot of people always chasing new clients, spending more in marketing, trying to find those people who haven't bought from them when there are hundreds or thousands of really happy customers who've already bought from you. Increase your conversion. Get better at sales. Reduce the friction in your e-commerce site. Make it easier for people to buy from you. If you can increase your conversion in all of those, you might end up doubling your business in a year. Manage to get feedback. Seek continual improvement. Look to ask your clients, your buyers, your non-buyers, your staff, etc. It is absolutely vital to get feedback from everyone. You should desire continual improve. Always seeking feedback. To innovate. To evolve. To disrupt. To stay relevant. You grow. I really believe if you stay at the forefront of innovation, disruption, evolution then you will always survive in a recession and the changing market. You will always be the forefront and trailblazer for your industry and you will never be short of income and a great business and a great profit margin and scalability. 12.5.  Manage your time and priorities. YOu need to know what your key result areas are, what your income-generating tasks are, and you need to spend more time on those.    BEST MOMENTS  "I think you should be incrementally increasing your prices."  "So, I think the key is, yes, give value. Yes, give some time and some information for free. But then have a line."  "Overly selfish or overly selfless doesn't create a fair exchange and doesn't create that proper market place."  "Add more value to your offer, add more things that you give away, do more for your fees, and then you can increase the fees. Increase the value, and then the fees should take care of themselves. But then of course, you have to up that too."  "What are the common traits of billionaires? Well one of them is that they serve vast numbers of people."  "Fair exchange is that  balance between someone wanting to give you money in exchange for your products or your services in a grateful way and you're still making a profit."  "Your recommendations and your referrals are much better of a salesperson that you could ever be for your product or the service."  "There is nothing wrong with selling your time, your experience, your knowledge."  "You could monetize your message. You could have an online course where you have created all the resources. You could have a resource center where you put your knowledge, your experience, your systems, your templates. And what you have learned over the years, you could create hard assets around that and sell that."  "The quickest revenue with the least friction and the lowest marketing cost comes from happy clients."  "You can go and sell to your existing client’s new products or services or an extension of what they already got, more of what they already got or you can go help them, serve them, listen to them, give them more value and then they will buy more from you."  "And you remove your ego and go into a state of gratitude and humility and you learn from everyone, and you ask everyone questions and you ask how you can improve, honestly, the market will it wants it needs. It will tell you how much it will pay. It will tell you what products and services. Make the market more grateful and buy and more and more and refer you. All the feedback is there in the market. You just have to listen. You just have to ask."    VALUABLE RESOURCES  https://robmoore.com/  Money book by Rob Moore    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”      “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”      CONTACT METHOD  Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
09/01/2027m 43s

David McCourt: Q&A With a Billionare on All Things Money!

Are you scared of losing everything? Do you have a problem with managing money and keeping up with your business’s finances? Are you looking to grow and scale your business and your skills from zero to success? If this is you, tune in. Today’s guest has been at zero and has made it all, Rob interviews American TV, Telecom & Cable Entrepreneur, David McCourt. Jump in and discover his inspirational journey to success, his thoughts on entrepreneurship and business and more importantly how you can do it too. KEY TAKEAWAYS How could you go from zero to being successful? You can lose your money, but you're not going to lose your confidence, you're not going to lose other capital you have, your connections or your knowledge of an industry or business. That soft capital that you have will allow you to be able to make it again. After you lose all your money, you're starting it sort of 90% of the way there anyway, because you have people and you know what makes people tick, at least in your own industry. It's unfair for people to think that it's just their talent that allows them to make it again, it's easy to make it once you've made it before because you understand the roadmap as well. Who can I serve? What can I solve? And how can I scale? Loving what you do should be the drive that keeps you doing what you do. If you're doing something you don't like, with the pursuit of having enough wealth so that you can then do what you like, it's a dangerous game because you're going to spend the majority of your life doing something you don't like so you can have the freedom to do what you like. What is a fair exchange? In an entrepreneurial mind, a fair exchange is equal value given and value received. It does not necessarily mean money; it could be anything like service for education. If I can create value, who can I serve? Then I can put a fee structure around it and get my value. Fair exchange is a sweet spot between the two maximum profits, the maximum value in equal balance. What problems can I solve? Another secret thing you can do to be successful is following trends. The good part about following trends is that when you fail, you've now limited your risk when you pick yourself up because the trend is still there and you know one way not to solve the problem and if you fail a second time, you've cut your chances of failure a lot for the next time or you've increased your chances of success. Be fast. Speed is really important. If you want to succeed in the business world, you'll have to be fast in introducing your ideas to the world and implementing them before someone else does. Very many people have the same idea you have, so you'd better be the first. Keep up with the trending technology. You will only prosper in your business only if you keep up with the trending technology and be sure that you will be successful. BEST MOMENTS “Once you lose all your money, it's unfair for you to think that it's just your talent that allows you to make it again, it's easy to make it once you've made it before because you understand the roadmap as well. " “Pursue a business that you love so that if you fail in it, you fail doing something you love.” “If you can do what you love and probably make money, it’s going to be great, but if you don't love doing what you do, it will be like you are being forced to do it” “Entrepreneurship is solving problems.” “If you follow trends, you'll become very successful and if you follow fads, it may not work out for you.” “I don't want it perfect, I want it done. Done is better than perfect.” “Plan B is always better than Plan A because Plan A was the best plan you had at that time, plan B is the best plan you have knowing everything you learned when plan A didn’t work, which is a lot.” "If you stay on-trend, luck will find you." “The smarter you are, the more successful you are, the more difficult it is to be a good partner.” "Spirit without matter is motionless and matter without the spirit is expressionless." “If I fail, I'll enjoy the ride.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ Money book by Rob Moore ABOUT THE GUEST David McCourt is an Irish-American entrepreneur with experience within the telecom and cable television industries. He was an early contributor to the development of transatlantic fibre networks and has founded and bought many companies in various countries. McCourt grew up in Watertown, Massachusetts, and is a graduate of Georgetown University. ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
02/01/201h 9m

What They Don’t Teach Kids in School About Money

Teaching your kids about money is essential for their growth and development in today’s economic climate where the world is governed by money and it’s just as important to work hard as it is to work smart. Rob shares his thoughts on the education of money from a young age, why it’s pivitol to understand how money flows and why by learning about money young you can much more easily embrace money into your life and ‘use it’ rather than ‘it use you’ Discover Robs top tips on money education, how to incentivize your children to learn and why understanding money is essential to success. KEY TAKEAWAYS   The fundamental thing about teaching your children about money is it’s not just about making money. It’s how money works! If you fully understand how money works you can much more easily embrace money into your life and ‘use it’ rather than ‘it use you’   If you’ve got children you have great advice and wisdom to give them but they will resist you because you’re their parent and that’s the problem. Therefore it’s great to use stories and analogies to convey lessons about money, business, personal development and challenges to overcome. It’s important to learn how money works not just how to get it. Understand how money works, it’s an exchange, value, contribution, creativity, and philanthropy that will help your children in a world that is governed by money. Leverage other adults and role models in your inner circle that can help the development of your child. Aim to surround yourself with people that ‘have something about them’ and can help their understanding of money. Your child will listen to them, simply because they’re not their parent. A great reading for the development of your child’s understanding of money, personal development and business is by incentivizing them to read. “Facts tell by stories sell” A good technique is to offer your child money if they read a certain book about mindset, positivity or a book with a constructive message that you want them to learn and ask them to write a mini report on it after. This will help them to understand the value of exchange and the value of the fair exchange in trading money for something ‘they’ have done. Monopoly is a good way to educate children about money. The new version also has a card reader for digital payments and being the banker gives them a very good understanding of monetary exchange, saving and spending. It’s pivotal to teach our children about money and how to generate it, previously we operated in a labor society where just working hard would earn you more money. Nowadays we live in a much more different society where you need to work smarter, invest your money and understanding the economy and more importantly money to succeed.   BEST MOMENTS “Master money, rather than be a slave to it” “Control money rather than let it control you” “The word currency means flow and money is in its true nature when it’s flowing” “Money loves speed and hates friction” “Money is a consistent form of value, a mechanism of exchange and protection about an uncertain tomorrow” “If you took money away we would be back to a primitive barter system”   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ly/Robsupporter ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”  CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
26/12/1920m 29s

14 Ways to Create Passive, Recurring Income

Discover the 14 simple ways of creating passive recurring income and multiple streams of revenue every month through leveraging the power of evergreen assets, online platforms and by monetising the content you’re already creating in today’s episode of The Money Podcast. Tune in to hear Rob give his insider tips on harnessing the power of assets and the 6 key elements needed to turn them into passive income. No matter what you sell or what you do, this episode is for you.     KEY TAKEAWAYS  14 ways to create passive recurring income  Books - Writing a book that can be repurposed as an eBook and audiobook is a great way of creating passive income. There are many different book store providers and you can make multiple streams of passive recurring income through the creation of just one book. Additionally, you can leverage the creation of your book in many ways and earn royalties off the income for years.  Music Royalty - Writing a music record that has wide adoption can give you a huge recurring stream of passive income, especially when platforms such as TikTok are built off of lip-syncing.   Fan Funding - Content creators can get paid in a recurring way for the content you’re already putting out there. Examples of this are Patreon and Facebook supporter groups.   Membership Sites - You can create your own scalable content site with membership tiers for huge passive income every month. If you’re already creating content this is a great way to generate an income that’s scalable to a wider market.   Affiliate Earnings - Could you get paid for referring people to businesses and brands and get paid for the traffic and customers that you’re bringing in?  Getting Recommendations - If you’re selling products or services you can create your own referring program and ask people to be ambassadors for your business. This will passively bring in new customers interested in your product offering.   Intellectual Property - There are many ways to create an asset, paten or license that others will have to pay you for using it. Creating intellectual property and scaling is a great way of creating passive income.   Creating a Franchise - If you have a business you can leverage your successful formula and business model and create passive income from your franchisees, this model will also help generate new customers for your own business and community.   eCommerce Income - Products or services that you sell can also be sold online through your own site or other eCommerce platforms.   Ad Revenue - If you have lots of followers, listeners or subscribers you can monetise your following with an ad roll. This is a great opportunity to ad revenue you the existing content you’re already creating.   Sponsorship - You can get sponsored by brands and generate ad revenue by promoting their products or service on your social media.    Lending Money - Adding interest on monthly repayments is a great way to generate easy passive income.  Information - Providing and selling information via online courses and platforms can generate you huge sums of monthly passive income from sales and memberships every month. Plus you create the information product once and generate an income off of it forever.   Sales Team - If someone else is doing the sales, someone else is doing the marketing, the follow-up and the customer service you actually have passive recurring income and you can take whichever position in your company you wish.     6 ways elements needed to create passive income  Create assets first that create the income  Preserve your capital at all costs  Set to forget and work hard enough not to have to work hard  Create assets that are evergreen  Assets need management and maintenance  Reinvesting profits from your recurring income to create a compounding effect of income      BEST MOMENTS   “When people say passive income can’t be done, it’s usually because they don’t know how”  “I’ve been earning passive income for many years through my books, podcasts, online courses and more”  “Set to forget and work hard enough to not have to work hard”  “Committing hard capital is money and soft capital is your time”  “25 shares on Facebook is equivalent to 1 million views”  “I like an asset to be evergreen”  “There are so many people jumping from career to career and not getting anything from the one that they’ve left. You need to ensure you’re earning from the assets you’ve helped to create”    VALUABLE RESOURCES  Rob More - Money    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.     “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”     CONTACT METHOD  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
19/12/1919m 38s

100th Episode Special: The Defining Traits of Billionaires

In today’s special 100th episode of The Money podcast, hear the best moments from one hundred shows of money. Learn the traits of the greats, hear from the titans of wealth and discover the secrets to success from some of the most influential billionaires of today. If you’re going to listen to one episode about money it has to be this.   KEY TAKEAWAYS   Naveen Jain: Life never stops teaching it’s just sometimes we stop learning. We have to change the definition of success, if we define success by the amount of money in the bank then we will never be successful because you’re always chasing something. Success should be measured by the number of lives you’ve impacted and the only day when you know you’ve been successful is when you become humble, if you have an iota of arrogance in you then you still have something to prove. But to be successful you need to think massively, you need to think crazy in order to achieve your goals.   Sir Tom Hunter: There are a couple of things in the eyes of entrepreneurs, it’s desire and attitude and they’re hard things to teach. Every business plan that comes to me is a graph of growth straight up but no business plan is like that, in reality, an entrepreneur’s journey is up, down, backward and sideways.   Martin Fridson: You have to be extremely focused to achieve anything near a billion dollars in net-worth   Grant Cardone: Cashflow is the holy grail of finance, you have to have cash flow in order to grow your business. Today it’s really just about work ethic, I’ve should up for so many bad deals that have never come to anything but every time I showed up I did my part and it gave me great discipline, a discipline with money and it’s been very important. When you start thinking about 10x your income and going from 10K to 100K it’s really hard but it cannot be maintained year on year, it forces you to think differently and creatively to achieve 10X year on year.   VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob Moore - Money   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
12/12/1936m 20s

Rich & Spiritual! Can You be Both?

“Spirit without matter is expressionless, and matter without spirit is motionless” Join us on today's episode to hear Rob discuss this profound quote and explore how you can be both wealthy and spiritual, in business and in life. Discover how wealth and materialism can create spirituality and eternal happiness through gift-giving, inspiration, and achievement. A truly inspiring episode you do not want to miss. KEY TAKEAWAYS Being wealthy and having material items are often considered as being ‘materialistic’, whereas being considerate and caring of others and not possessing many material items is often considered as being ‘spiritual’. Many people consider themselves to be either side of the extreme, either they consider themselves very spiritual and anti-materialistic, or people that are more focused on money and wealth and deemed only materialistic. These two things cannot be separated, the human construct and our minds that are confused separates wealth and spiritual. This quote suggests that you don’t have to separate them, that they are intertwined “‘Spirit without matter is expressionless and matter without spirit is motionless’ (Dr. John Demartini) “Spirit without matter is expressionless” meaning whatever being spiritual is, if it doesn't take a physical form either human or material, then it doesn’t express itself. It could be just a thought in your mind but if it doesn’t manifest into something physical it is expressionless. If you embrace the spirit and material as one, the spirit becomes the material. Meaning, it is okay to want to be wealthy, travel and live in luxury if you’re happiness is spiritually awakening or inspiring to others. Creating wealth and doing great things with it, is a great way to redistribute wealth. Many billionaires are doing a great job of redistributing their wealth by giving huge amounts of their money to charity, which they wouldn’t be able to do if they weren’t billionaires. It is a great thing to give gifts if you’re using material items to give happiness to people then you’re leveraging the spirituality in materialism. Challenge your beliefs and think about what you would like in your life if you were not going to be judged by others. As soon as you’re more comfortable with money, and you’re not money-hungry, money tends to flow much more easily, effortlessly and abundantly to you because you’re probably working in the right areas of spirituality and giving and value and fair exchange.   BEST MOMENTS “‘Spirit without matter is expressionless and matter without spirit is motionless’  Dr John Demartini” “If Jesus or mother Teresa were alive today, they would need a private jet!” “One of the most spiritual things to do is to purchase, own and share material items.”   “Mastery of life, the gifts of life that you receive and you give equally are in the fusion and merging of the spiritual and material.”       VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
05/12/1916m 9s

How I Got out of £50K Debt & Earned £100K in 1 Year

In this episode Rob answers questions about getting into and out of debt using his own experiences in his life. He discusses points such as how he stayed motivated to work smarter and harder and shares his knowledge on how you can also get change your financial status.    KEY TAKEAWAYS    Can you tell us about the debt you initially built up? Around £50,000 of consumer debt built up when I started university. Managing money wasn’t taught at school so I was unaware of all of the different charges for loans or about managing money etc…  What prompted you to make a change? I was in a lot of debt when my dad had a mental breakdown in his pub. I had been dependent on my parents a lot financially so felt terrible when his mental breakdown happened. It made me feel like such a disappointment, things had to change.  Don’t wait for something to shock you in order for you to make a change, take control now.  How did you clear all of your debt in one year? In 2006 I started to take things really seriously such as selling my paintings and art. I then went to a property event and met my business partner. I then got into property and built Progressive Property with my business partner and became millionaires in our early 30s.  Were you also making money during the time of clearing debt? Yes, I earned a 6 figure salary and bought a Nissan 3850Z too.  How did you change your money habits? I changed my mindset after 2005 to be more open-minded to listen to and learn from other people. It took a long time, it didn’t just happen over night.    What sacrifices did I have to make in order to be debt free? I had to learn sales and marketing and not just the tings I wanted to learn about. I had to work harder and be more open to working with other people. I had to sacrifice a bit of the social aspect of life too such as dating.  What are the biggest lessons you’ve learned about earning, saving money and avoiding debt? Never spend more than you earn. Preserve capital at all costs. Invest into assets using your capital which will produce income which you can then spend. Get your emotions out of the way of your spending and in any major purchases, don’t just buy there and then.  What made you want to share your financial wisdom with others? I actually found that I enjoyed teaching a lot more and building my personal brand more than the actual tasks that go into looking after the properties etc…    BEST MOMENTS  ‘Sometimes debt can creep up on you’  ‘Don’t wait for the event, make the event’  ‘If you work smart and hard you can make it’    VALUABLE RESOURCES  Rob More - Money    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.     “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”     CONTACT METHOD  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
28/11/1911m 46s

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Mental Health Awareness & Black Friday Update

Important Black Friday Update Last year I said we weren’t going to do any black Friday offers, but I believe we’ve created something really special here. I feel this is something we have to do, especially as it is something that hits close to home... This year we’re donating 5% of all proceeds to the “Mind” charity AND we are matching that to double the donation to 10% (we hope to raise over £20k for the ‘Mind’ charity for mental health). Stop blaming others around you, stop feeling sorry for yourself and do something to change your life in a positive way... Here’s how it works: 1. (Only) on Black Friday, you can make me an offer (via private message not in the group) to our best property, business & personal development courses. We have a very special new bonus for each course, many brand new, but only for the first SIX successful bids per course.  2. I will accept or reject the offer (I reserve the right to not reply to silly office as sometimes we get 500 offers in a day) 3. Only courses (not masterminds or mentorships) can be offered on & only available for Black Friday (you’ll need to pay on the day) Many of these courses can be purchased at more than a 60% discount from the office price. I’ve had a lot but I won’t be accepting any offers until I officially open the Black Friday special offer VALUABLE RESOURCES BLACK FRIDAY LINK: bit.ly/disruptivefriday https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”  CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
26/11/197m 57s

Charge or Give Your Time for Free: How to Increase Fees & Value

Free vs Fee? What is is the balance between giving away your time for free vs commercialising your time and charging a fee. Rob dives into the paradox of charging for your time vs giving away your time for free, the value exchange and business pricing. Join in and learn more.     KEY TAKEAWAYS    If you feel good about what you do and you tick the boxes society asks you to tick. Giving money away, giving your time away for free and not charging you can feel good about    If there is no fee there is no free because the fee gives you the time to do the free but If you do too much for free you will damage the existing clients that are paying so you need to know the point of difference to who you’re providing your services to.    The stuff you do for free will give you more reach, credibility, exposure, brand awareness, goodwill and as a result, the clients who consume the free content may become a paying client so the fee and the free go hand in hand to create more revenue and credibility.     Offering free content to your audience will only work if mange your diary correctly. You need to compartmentalize your time and do what’s best for your business, finding new clients, marketing and generating revenue but also spend some time proving free content to attract more customers, clients, followers, and fans.      Helping others for free feels amazing and as a result that goodwill and credibility will transmute to your self-worth and in turn will increase your fee.[Text Wrapping Break][Text Wrapping Break]What are your:  Your commercial goals  Your philanthropy goals  Your time and diary management    BEST MOMENTS  “I have ringfenced in my diary every week a set amount of time to help people”  “Allow an hour a day on social platforms to answer questions and contribute to communities”  “If you’re happy with your day, you’ve helped people and you can sleep well at night you can ignore the critics”  “The more you put yourself out there the more critics you will get”  “Anyone in sales or marketing will like you more if you make money and can prove it”[Text Wrapping Break]“Everyone is allowed to make a living”  “I’ve given away over 1 million pounds to charity, but my coaching calls are worth much more than that”    VALUABLE RESOURCES  Rob More - Money    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.     “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”     CONTACT METHOD  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
21/11/1911m 19s

More Money Today (Vs. Money Tomorrow)

Do you want to have money today and even more money tomorrow? Discover the mindset needed to build wealth for today and for tomorrow. Learn why it’s essential to have a balance between the two, get out of your comfort zone and take a leap of faith. Hear why exchanging your time for money is still a valuable income stream and how you can build your future income wealth while still working today. Learn Rob’s key points on the value of money and how you can compound income streams to constantly and consistently increase your money.    KEY TAKEAWAYS[Text Wrapping Break]  From an economic standpoint, there will always be more money in the world tomorrow because of inflation and as money erodes in value. There’s also loss, risk and bad debt that can occur so, conceptually it’s often worth cashing in today rather than tomorrow, especially if you’re a business owner or entrepreneur.     Invest in assets - Property, art, IP and watches are examples of assets, which are steadily safe investments as long as they are increasing in value above the level of inflation. A good metric for this is a 5% increase in wealth.[Text Wrapping Break]  How much time do you spend exchanging your time for money? You must have a balance of incoming money to pay your bills, counteract inflation and feed your family, however you must always be looking at what is generating you your money for tomorrow, this may be in the form of a business, investments or an idea that you want to curate into a business. Therefore you need to divide your time wisely, for this, you can spend 70% of your time on money for today and 30% on the money for tomorrow. The goal is to equal your money tomorrow with the money you’re getting today by exchanging your time. When you have achieved this you have replaced your income and you can go full-time into your idea, business or venture and compound that increasing money of tomorrow. [Text Wrapping Break]  The risk of money tomorrow is that it is not guaranteed and it may actually come to nothing meaning you’ve exchanged a percentage of your time for nothing, however it could flourish into lots. The risk of settling for money today is that it will never be enough with inflation, increasing costs and the threat of loses. This is why you must have a balanced set of income streams. [Text Wrapping Break]      BEST MOMENTS  “Money today is guaranteed but money tomorrow takes a leap of faith.”[Text Wrapping Break]“Money today is comfort and money tomorrow opportunity but with a risk”  “Money today is the assets you already own and the existing streams of income you currently have, however, this was once money of tomorrow that has paid off”    VALUABLE RESOURCES  Rob More - Money    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.     “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”     CONTACT METHOD  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
14/11/1916m 26s

8 Ways to Find Customers With Cash

If you’re looking to scale your business, find more clients and customers quicker and with more cash, this is the episode for you. Discover the 8 simple ways you too can find your ideal clients and repel the time wasters. Rob shares the creative ways you can use right away to get clear on your position in the market and attract the customer that are right for your business.      KEY TAKEAWAYS    8 Ways to Find More Clients Quicker & With More Cash  Your messaging - Your copy, collateral, and story are both the attractor and quality for your clients and customers. You need to be very clear and specific with your copy, your market, who you’re targeting, what problems you’re solving and who you’re looking to serve. If you get this wrong your collateral can attract the wrong customer base and as a result, affect your pricing strategy. [Text Wrapping Break]  Be clear who you’re targeting - Understand your ideal client and get clear on who you can target. Learn about your customers and the type of person they are so that you can better serve that market. If you target the right customer with the right marketing message you will create less friction between you and your customers and attract the ideal client base while repelling the wrong clients. [Text Wrapping Break]  Get clear on your market position - Who are you in your market? Knowing your position is very important to attract the right customers. Ask yourself where you fit in your marketplace to best serve your audience and to best compete with your competitors. Note, you cannot be a full-service provider and serve all types of customers within a market. [Text Wrapping Break]  Always test new and existing lead sources - Test for both quality and quantity. It’s not always about the volume of leads it’s also about the quality. As a result, you need to test ALL types of lead sources in a variety of ways such as lead volume, conversion to customer, cost per acquisition and ROI. Aim to test all lead sources with a variety of copy, ads, style, and content for the best results. [Text Wrapping Break]  Referrals  - Your best customers usually hang around with like-minded people and therefore can become a great source of referrals for your business. Aim to keep a league table of the quality of your clients to identify your best clients that spend the most, require the least about customer service, have the highest lifetime customer value and are your ideal customers. Once identified create incentives and rewards to convince these clients to refer. [Text Wrapping Break]  Relevant Facebook groups - There are groups for everything, every niche, and every industry that you can leverage to find your ideal customers. However, it’s also worth setting up your own Facebook group to attract and captivate your ideal clients. [Text Wrapping Break]  Network - There will be specific networking events that are right for your individual business. This is a more traditional way of finding more clients but also one of the most effective. Get out there and meet your ideal clients and over-time find out which events source the right clients for your business.[Text Wrapping Break]  Collaborations & Joint Ventures - Find partnerships and brands that cross your audience and collaborate. You can easily partner with other businesses in different markets to attract their customer base.[Text Wrapping Break]  BEST MOMENTS  “Everyone has harder clients and easier clients”  “Be realistic about your clients and customers”  “Your most challenging customers often teach you the most about your business”  “Difficult customers can be a great gift to you”  “You’re ideal client doesn’t know you’re the right business for them until you tell them”  “The reality of acquiring more customers, clients, and leads is that you’ll never convert 100% you’re not going to get your ideal client all of the time.”  “Repel more time wasters and attract your ideal clients.“    VALUABLE RESOURCES  Rob More - Money    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.     “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”     CONTACT METHOD  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
07/11/1915m 44s

31 Ways & Drivers to UP Your Prices (Quicker)

A lot of people are undercharging and can very easily increase their prices, jump into this episode of The Money Podcast and discover the 30 tell-tale signs and quick and easy ways that you can utilise right away to increase your prices whilst continuing to grow and offer fair exchange in your market.     Caveat -  You should only increase your prices if the market dictates it and there is an environment for fair exchange. The single best thing you can do to increase your prices is to increase the value proposition first and aim to create a fair exchange environment. Don’t just put up your prices in line with the market rate and inflation. Aim to make your customers lives easier, quicker, better and faster, to solve their pain points. There’s not much of a limit on pricing when you’re providing the right value proposition and create a marketplace of fair exchange.    KEY TAKEAWAYS  30 Signs That Show You It’s The Right Time to Increase Your Prices  When the industry is growing  When you’re in demand and oversubscribed   If you’re not making a profit (You must provide a fair exchange)  If you resent your customers  If you feel you’re too cheap (increasing your prices can increase your market position)  If you’re getting great results (social proof)  If you’re attracting the wrong type of clients  If you’re customer service and complaint costs are too high  Cost inflation and general market price rises  To increase the appreciation of your product or service and reposition you in the market place  Market rules and regulations that can affect your prices, supply and bottom line  If competitors raise their prices  If you improve your product or service  If you’re offering extra value, bonuses or added extras  Making your product more bespoke and personal   If your product is more exclusive and marketable  Your product develops into a service offering and vis-versa  The market place has less competition  The market place has more competition  Potential increase in income and wages  Costs and overheads are increased   If you’re saving your client time and taking away pain  If you’re solving a significant problem for your customer base  Base your price on ongoing and future support and value  Offer added guarantees and insurances  If you disrupt your industry  Making internal changes to increase your product offering   Offering higher quality products/services but to fewer clients   Looking to increase your position in the market  Your story, purpose and the positive change you’re offering your industry    BEST MOMENTS    “There’s not much of a limit on pricing when you’re providing value”  “Aim to remove friction between you and your customers”  “Find your sweet spot in the market between your price and value proposition”      VALUABLE RESOURCES  Rob More - Money    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.     “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”     CONTACT METHOD  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
31/10/1912m 58s

How to Increase Your Prices- The 10 Major Factors

As long as there’s a market for it and an opportunity to create a fair exchange for sustainable growth without losing business you can increase your fees with relative ease. Discover the 10 major forces and factors that enable you to increase your prices in your business venture or existing company. Understand the market forces and essential elements that drive market changes and how you can increase your prices, increase your customers and disrupt and evolve your market. Learn that as long as there’s a market for it and an opportunity to create a the most important thing of all, fair exchange, you can create sustainable growth, increase your fees and all without losing business any business.   KEY TAKEAWAYS 10 major forces and factors that enable you to increase your prices:   The marketplace - How much demand is there in your chosen marketplace? You can drive growth by disrupting, improving and evolving the market. Rule number 1 is to ensure you’re in the right marketplace or identify opportunities in your market that can be disrupted as a result of your price changes. Incremental price rises in small but regular doses mean your clients won’t leave you. Additionally, it is possible to disrupt commodity-based market places that appear to have a price set. The competition - Your competition somewhat dictates the relevancy of your prices. There is a bracket in which you should operate your pricing strategy set by the low and high competition. Your position in the market - If you want to increase your fees you need to identify your position within your market and what you’re looking to achieve from a volume of sales perspective. High prices will mean less volume and lower prices will mean higher volume so it is a balance of market elements, competition and the product or service you’re offering. You can, however, change your position in the market, it is not set. You experience in the marketplace - Remember this is not direct marketplace experience, this is the experience you can draw on from all of life’s ventures and the skills, strategies and techniques you have honed throughout your career and in other markets and how you can apply them to your new business. Increasing your prices using a strategy transmuted from another marketplace is a perfect way of disruption. Just look at how new market entrants have dominated their market in less time than the established competitors. Your reputation - Help people, care, do the right thing and manage your online reputation. If you can manage your emotions and drive the right PR you will have credibility, an increased reputation and as a result, you’ll be able to increase your prices and be a go-to place for you customers, clients, followers and fans. Your self-worth - Your self-worth, your net-wroth and your industry niche all link to your reputation and ability to set your market pricing. Ensure you believe yourself, forgive others and do not let anyone hold you back. Grow your self-worth and increase your prices. Proof - How man client testimonials do you have? Media appearances or endorsements from credible sources? You are not your best salesperson, the best person to drive your business forward is someone referring you. Focus on getting more testimonials and focus your marketing around them so that you can increase your prices. The scale of the problem you solve - The more pain you relieve, the bigger the problems you solve the more you can charge. The more you care about the problem you’re looking to solve the more you can create better and more relevant products or services. Also, look to disrupt and innovate throughout your business journey. Business scale - How can you scale your business and where is the limit? If you have a higher volume and a huge reach you can increase your prices due to the demand you have and the amount of people you serve. How much value are you creating? - The more value you create the more fair exchange there is in the marketplace ie the more your customers are willing to pay for your products or services and the environment in which you’re serving your customers. Aim to seek to care and to feedback from clients and as a result, you will know what problems you can solve for them and therefore create an experience, a product or a service that fits their needs, solves their problems and create a fair exchange value in the market place that will then drive your prices up exponentially.   BEST MOMENTS “Don’t forget what you’ve done your whole life this is relevant and translatable to your new venture” “For retailers to survive they need to offer services as well as products” “Give your clients and customers and experience and as a result, you will be able to increase your prices and disrupt your marketplace where your competitors are not.” “The single most important thing is the amount of value that you create in your marketplace”   VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob More - Money bit.ly/Robsupporter   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
23/10/1920m 33s

Contrarian Cash Management Secrets of Multi-Millionaires

Take your financial education knowledge and experience from people who’ve been there and made the money. Rob shares 7 contrarian cash management strategies that people who are struggling with money don’t know but multi-millionaires see as normal. These strategies are about thinking differently to the masses to help you manage, grow and preserve cash to create wealth and capital.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Save for the recession well in advance Most people, in a recession spend less and invest less but this creates a paradox where you can’t grow your wealth because you are restricting your spending. You can incrementally and aggressively save liquid assets so that when the recession comes you can buy assets at depressed prices. Spend and invest when others are saving, save when others are investing invest whilst asset prices are low and when asset prices are high and others are investing, hold on to your cash and wait. Cut marketing spending last The first expense companies cut when there is a correction or things get hard is marketing because this is seen as a variable cost, not a fixed overhead. People see it as discretionary but marketing is the most important part of any business.  Preserve capital at all costs Don’t spend cash on items that depreciate in value. Use the income from assets to buy things preserve the capital element and only spend the income elements. Don’t take money advice from skint people There is nothing wrong with taking advice from smart people who have experience. Don’t take advice from skint people, there are millions of skint people out there and they are always giving advice, but these are people have never had money. You should be your own money advisor Be your own independent financial advisor, your own money manager you should not give this responsibility to other people. Your own money management and responsibility to invest, to save, to budget,  you should learn and master for yourself.  The emotional stability of having money The real benefit of having money and wealth is not just the experiences and material items or the security and freedom you gain, it’s the emotional stability,  it makes you less volatile because you make better long-term decisions and less rash short-term ones.   BEST MOMENTS ‘If there’s a correction or a recession I’ll be able to increase the spend on my marketing to get the business my competitors are leaving behind because they are struggling’ ‘You want to be ready for the recession and have the cash to burn’ ‘So many people who are skint make rash short-term decisions because they are skint’   VALUABLE RESOURCES Progressive Property The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
20/10/1911m 49s

The BIG Secret About Wealth People Don’t Understand

“I don’t believe that most people really understand the real benefit of being wealthy.” In this episode Rob explains the most important thing that he’s learnt from being wealthy and defines the main difference between being ‘skint’ and rich. KEY TAKEAWAYS I don’t believe that most people really understand the real benefit of being wealthy. The main difference between being rich/wealthy and being poor is that it can bring a lot more happiness. The money itself doesn’t bring happiness. Being wealthy isn’t necessarily about the materialistic things but more about the experiences it can bring. When people are skint they make really bad decisions because they’re desperate and volatile. This also means that you’re more venerable to get rich quick scams and schemes. When you have layers of wealth you have more emotional balance therefore can make better strategic and long term decisions. Save cash, hoard capital, don’t over spend and make sure you have enough assets, cash, savings and protection so you can make smart, non volatile decisions. If more people committed to wealth and actually learned about money, the world would make better long-term and short term decisions. BEST MOMENTS ‘There’s lots of societal judgement and stereotypes about being rich and wealthy’. ‘Life would be more fulfilling with more money’ ‘A lack of money creates more emotional volatility’ ‘Desperation is quite unattractive to employers and potential partners.’ VALUABLE RESOURCES Progressive Property The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHODS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
16/10/1910m 17s

The Paradox of Life (& Money)

We all know how the market can be very unstable. For a few weeks, we’re celebrating, then after few days, we’re already experiencing a month-long (or even year-long) decline. It’s difficult to live and survive with how unpredictable everything is. So, in this episode of the Money Podcast, Rob tells more about the paradox of life and money. We can never control the external factors that can influence the trials of our lives, but we can be cautious and be ready for it. Rob teaches us today how to balance out the extremes so we can manage our emotions and our behaviours in our future decisions. Stay tune. KEY TAKEAWAYS “When you think life’s going well, it’s when you get a 45,000-pound bill; when your son gets a hole-in-one, it’s when, on the next day, you crash your Ferrari through The News Building; and… just when you think you’re fighting and struggling and you’ve been fighting for so long in entrepreneurship to make the money, it’s when finally, someone fires you and makes it easy.” – Rob Don’t get too caught up in celebrating your successes. Awareness can help you stay focused in maintaining or improving where you are. Always prepare for what’s to come next. It’s not every day that you’ll be at your peak. There can also be unforeseen instances that can happen; life is very unpredictable. There should always be continuity, growth, and improvement. Success can deceive you and force you to stagnate… don’t! Always be up for a challenge and search for better things. You can be ecstatic, be elated, or feel you’re the best person in the world at the present moment, but don’t let any title, milestone, or amount dictate your principles and your behaviour. BEST MOMENTS “Wisdom is being able to see the paradox in the moment… It’s being able to see clearly in the moment when you’re feeling the emotion.” “Chasing happiness is a paradox.” “Emotions are feedback to the environment.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Progressive Property The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHODS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
09/10/1920m 14s

Cash is Trash & Savings Are For Losers

A few high profile people that I’ve worked with have recently said you should get rid of your cash. However I believe you should be balanced. It’s not wise to have all of you money tied up in assets however it’s also not good to have all of your money in cash. Listen to this episode of Money to find out why this is and how you can have a good balance.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Don’t take “cash is trash” at face value. Cash isn’t trash, liquidity means you can buy underpriced assets, you have protection from regular shocks and versatility to pivot and invest. If you have a lot of money tied up in cash, inflation will erode it. The return on it probably wont be very good and your money won’t be as protected as a wrapped asset. It’s important to have a percentage of your money as cash so that you are covered and prepared for any shocks. For example 25% of your profits or 10% - 15% of your sales is a sensible amount to save depending on how much you can afford. When other people get blind sided and knocked out by the recession you can buy their assets with your cash. In preparation for the recession which I believe is coming within the next 3-5 years I don’t think you should take as big of risks as before and I don’t think you should plough all of your money into assets. I find that the more cash you have, the more emotionally stable you are and the less cash you have, the more volatile you are. Cash is not trash, it just devalues quicker than assets. Saving is not for losers but it’s just if you have all cash and no assets, you’ll have slower appreciation. You can get to a certain level where it’s probably less productive to have cash.   BEST MOMENTS “Cash gives you speed.” “It’s wise to save cash.” “most companies go bust because of cash flow issues not profitability.” “Keep cash reserves in the form of savings, stocks, cash” “Managing cash and liquidity and savings is vital.”   VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob More - Money   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs
02/10/1913m 3s

Less Typos or a Bigger Business?

In this episode of Money, Rob explains how you can leverage your time more affectively and increase your hourly wage by creating online courses. He also discusses the importance of letting things go if you choose to be a business owner because your employees will mess up and make mistakes but you, as a business owner, have to own it because at the end of the day you’ve employed them.   KEY TAKEAWAYS   Write an online course that you can sell to a vast number of clients and people. Base this on what your clients and market, who have already given you the feedback, want or need. Ensure this doesn’t undermine what you already do. There could be more than 1 course, there could be multiple. As soon as you create these your hourly rate goes up. You have to figure out how much time you should or can spend working on your online course so that you can ensure you don’t end up selling your time. You need to decide whether you want to be in the business or a business owner. Train people to do what you do then let them go through the process of either bombing or being terrible to start with but getting better and better. You have to let go to grow and not always be perfect. You must own what your employees do wrong and not say ‘I’m suffering because you fucked up’ because you employed them.   BEST MOMENTS ‘If only 1 person said to write a book, I probably would. If 100 people said to write a book I probably would.’   ‘Always react to the feedback of your market’   ‘For a business owner to properly scale you have to learn not to always be perfect.’   ‘You have to be careful of perfectionism because it can be a curse.’   VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob More - Money   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
25/09/198m 11s

Are You Money Institutionalised? (LIVE)

We all have a perception of what we think is a lot of money, it’s ingrained in us over time and affects us when we’re making decisions. So what’s your money barometer set to? What’s your true worth? In order to answer the most revealing questions around money you need to understand it, you need to master it and you need to have the money mindset. In today’s episode of The Money Podcast, author of the best-selling book ‘Money’ Rob Moore takes you live to a behind the scenes money Q&A where he answers the real questions about money, wealth and mindset you need to know.     KEY TAKEAWAYS When you work in the public sector it’s ingrained in you that you have X amount of salary and X amount of tax and to double your income it may take you 20 years to rise up the career ladder. As a result you have a pre-set money thermostat because your career salary has set your barometer for your wealth and you get stuck at that amount even when you become an entrepreneur.   You need to reset what you perceive as an amount of money. You need to adjust your mindset when it comes to money and you need to progressively increase what you ‘think’ is a lot of money and by doing this you will adjust your attitude towards money.   Money institutionalization is a fixed mindset around money that you find hard to break You need to turn scarcity into abundance and reprogramme your mind to understand the abundance of money around you. The more you earn, the more less becomes normal. Surround yourself with like-minded individuals is key to having the right money mindset because the people you hang around with you become.   Basic money management - It’s vital to create layers and levels of wealth The hardcore foundational level of wealth is your assets. Tradable, physical assets such as Gold, Watches, Diamonds, etc. Assets have agility if currency devalues Cash, savings Liquid assets such as stocks, ISA’s and bounds. These may have a low appreciation value with flexibility to exit within a few days. Less liquid assets such as property with high returns and exits of around 100 days Companies and businesses with access to dividends and payments with the flexibility to exit within around 12-18 months. Risk assets such as volatile investments and JV partnerships. Risk of no-exit at all.   BEST MOMENTS “There’s no limit on money other than the perceived limits you set yourself” “Competitors help you innovate and bring traffic to your market place, without them, there is no market place” “Don’t perceive competitors as taking your wealth, see them as compliments to your niche” “How you perceive competition needs to change. Competition is accountability, innovation, growth, and motivation” “It’s vital that you learn how to master money” “Without Tony Robins, I’d do a third less business” “It’s easier to go from 20million to 50million that it is to go from 0 to 20million”   VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob More - Money     ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
18/09/1925m 39s

How to Start a Business (With NO Money)

Business has sped up massively due to the internet and technology. So it’s easier to make money a lot faster than years ago. Rob discusses several ways you can make money with minimal or no money. One of the main ways you can do this is by using a variety of free social media platforms. KEY TAKEAWAYS Look at your business model and if possible have a model where all of the boxes are ticked for the new decade that we’re in. You could have a business model where there is small overhead such as Facebook supporters, Patreon, Shopify, Amazon etc… Facebook groups are really big at the moment so join all of your industry related groups and pages. Then join all of the groups and pages where your potential customers will be. Have your own Facebook group for your business, brand and niche because that could be the next big thing. Become an affiliate where you don’t have any overhead, it’s a very good business model that you don’t need money for but ensure the companies you work with align with your values. Ensure you are active and visible on all social media or at least ensure you have an account set up and visible. This is so when people search for you at least people can see you’re there and they’re all free. You could then hire a VA to do your posting for you. Have all of your files accessible by mobile so you can work from anywhere in the world. You can then work when and where you want. This is more flexible and could give you more time to leverage and be efficient. A little hack I’ve bumped into: Follow influencers on Instagram and notice the ones who comment on their posts. When they make posts, comment on their posts to try to have them notice you. You can do the same in Facebook groups. In all of these Facebook groups there are rules however a lot of these groups you can sell in, so go sell in them. You could also run ads on your podcast or gain sponsors. LinkedIn has huge reach because even if you had 1 connection, you could still reach lots of people out side of your network. Have a good payment provider, Stripe is quick and cheap. Ensure you can take money into your business quickly and easily. BEST MOMENTS ‘Money loves speed and hates friction’ ‘There are about 7 things you should think about in starting a new business model’. ‘The sooner you start; the sooner you will grow’. ‘Once your social media is all set up and you’ve grown your following, you can monetise it.’ ‘Don’t be a troll but challenge their views’ ‘Starting at the beginning should be a reason not to do something.’ ‘Every master was once a disaster, every tree was once a seed.’ VALUABLE RESOURCES Progressive Property The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHODS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/09/1919m 44s

Ask Me Anything on Money (LIVE Q&A)

Why build your personal brand? Your personal brand is a separate asset to the business or investing assets that you may have. So, having a vast personal brand can give you additional income streams. But it’s not just increasing our wealth, more importantly, you reach more people. Rob has 16K+ subscribed to his premium content on Facebook alone. Imagine how many had he influenced already. Well, you can also do the same thing and have as great or even greater benefits. All you got to do is to build it. In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob teaches you how you can brand and market yourself. Among different topics, he shares strategies on how we can make use of the social media platforms, which are mostly free. We’ve all got personal brand. you just have to find and believe in it, so you can monetise it. KEY TAKEAWAYS What’s unique about you? Your uniqueness might manifest from your skills, accreditation, style, manner, interests, or experience. For Rob, he enjoys mixing his artsy side with his business prowess. He’s into heavy metal so the guitar riffs in the podcast intro is noticeable. What words and values could you own? What do you stand for and what do you stand against? They don’t have to be political; it could be professional and business-related. What is marketable about you? For Rob, he’s here to disrupt, not to impress anyone. If it will challenge your mind, principles, and goals for the better, then it’s a great content. How do you solve people’s problems? Your brand can be built around the specifics of the service you are offering. This might be the most obvious and easiest approach. Be true to yourself. Don’t oversell and exaggerate things. You can only manifest what you can only provide to a group of people. And, if some are not satisfied with what they see, move along. Focus on giving value to people who need and appreciate it. Know how to handle criticisms—Approach them professionally, not emotionally. It’s a consequence that comes with being a recognised brand, especially in social media. Personal Brand vs Business Brand. Distinguish beforehand what you’ll be posting on your personal and business social media account. This ensures not just your security and privacy, but also your loved ones. Tip: You can select who only sees a certain content when you post it. Apply the 70-20-10 rule when managing your social media accounts. The 70% of your content should be posted on your main account, 20% on the next one, and 10% on the rest. You can also put a link of your primary account on the secondary accounts. BEST MOMENTS “Facts tell and stories sell.” “To package yourself is your personal brand.” “You cannot be all things to all people.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Progressive Property The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHODS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
04/09/1949m 43s

Financial Independence: The REAL Definition (& Solution)

Although this is an episode for everyone, this is more specifically aimed at these who are not the main breadwinner of the household. Rob explains affective techniques that you could use to insure you are financially independent if you’re not already. KEY TAKEAWAYS Financial independence is a more about the independence rather than finance. For example, if you were left on your all on your own, you would be able to survive and strive without having to work or sell. Even if you’re in a really happy marriage and feel like you’ve got a great team around you I would still highly recommend taking some provision to look after yourself. Ensure you have capital reserves for just yourself, ISA’s are good for this. Build assets that produce income that could be intellectual property. E.g. books, property, business. Have your own independent business that brings income. This could be Ecommerce or art or whatever you’re good at that can bring in money just for you. Have a will and ensure you prepare for any eventualities. Insure yourself so that if things do go wrong then you’re not completely left with nothing. BEST MOMENTS ‘You need your own bank accounts, you need your own capital and savings’ ‘You never know what could happen’ ‘Have income coming in regardless of your capacity to work’ ‘Make sure you have limited outgoings’ ‘Are you secure independently?’ VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ Progressive Property Routine = Results by Rob Moore   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
28/08/199m 24s

When & How Much to Pay Yourself in Your Business

A problem that Rob is frequently noticing with other businesses founders is that they don’t pay themselves until their business reaches a certain amount of profit. In this episode Rob explains how this can be a bad way to grow your business and how you can change your strategy so that you can sustain yourself and grow your business in a more efficient way. KEY TAKEAWAYS You should reinvest a lot of your profit back into your business to continually grow your business. You don’t need to wait a long time until you pay yourself using your business; I believe you should start drawing money very very quickly. Teach your business and yourself that there’s reward for hard work and effort. A company would pay you less for your business if it wasn’t paying you a market salary. Work out a percentage of the profit that you would withdraw from your business and keep withdrawing that amount, reinvest the rest. If you keep paying yourself the same percentage every month, you’re teaching your business to be able to sustain you without any major shock. BEST MOMENTS ‘A business isn’t a true business unless it can properly pay its true founders.’ ‘You should teach yourself and the business to pay you frequently.’ ‘Pay yourself first. The purpose of business is profit.’ ‘Take risks for the outcome of making profit.’ ‘You’re allowed to make money.’ VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ Progressive Property Routine = Results by Rob Moore   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”   CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
21/08/199m 31s

The Dirty & Desperate Side to Selling

Have you been brainwashed into thinking of selling as dirty and desperate? Is the first thing you think of when you hear ‘Salesman’ a sleazy individual in a cheap suit trying to flog you something you don’t want? In this episode of The MONEY Podcast, Rob explains why it’s so important to stand out and be creative with your selling techniques if you want to succeed.     KEY TAKEAWAYS  When selling, you should present to your client an opportunity to buy something they really want instead of forcing something they don’t want down their throat like broken glass.   To be good at selling, you must be the opposite of the perception people have of a salesperson.   Put yourself out there. Get yourself noticed and get attention. Have good quality products with a good promise and with a fair exchange price mechanism.   Find out and discover a person’s needs, wants and desires, even their fears. This will allow you to package your product around their values. Have a fair exchange, over deliver, go the extra mile for that customer. This will cause repeat business with that customer and they will refer you to their friends and family. It’s a win-win.     BEST MOMENTS  ‘If nobody sold anything, the world wouldn’t spin’  ‘Nobody likes to be sold to but, everyone likes to buy’  ‘It’s not just your belief in your products that sells, it’s your belief in you!’  ‘If you don’t believe in yourself, then why should anyone else’    VALUABLE RESOURCES  https://robmoore.com/  Progressive Property  Routine = Results by Rob Moore    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”    CONTACT METHOD  Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
14/08/198m 28s

Struggling for Clients? The 5 Fastest Ways to Get Clients

In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob explains how to you can grow your start-up or scale-up without the benefit of having lots of money or backing behind you to begin with. You can use your own characteristics, experiences and human traits to network with others to get ahead in business, all of these do not cost any money. Some investors are not looking for people with lots of money and experience, they want someone with a strong work ethic, good at solving problems, lots of energy, trustworthy etc.    KEY TAKEAWAYS  Friends & Family. Some say it is not a good idea to mix family & business, which can be the case with large companies but when you’re first starting up, your family or close friends will usually be willing to help you with admin tasks or helping out from time to time.   Contra deals or Swaps. You can exchange your personal experiences or services with others without the exchange of money to help each other out so both parties benefit.  Leveraging Social Media. Social Media is free and great way to target millions of people without spending a penny, try joining groups & pages, connect & network with other people in your niche to get your story out there.   Ask for referrals. Don’t be afraid to ask your existing clients if they know anybody who might also be interested, people tend to be friends with people similar to themselves.   Build a proper referral program. Start an ambassador program for your company to gain leads. People are willing to bring new clients to your business for a share of the profits or even discounts codes they can use on your products. This can be the cheapest form of marketing to gain the best quality clients.   Go to industry events. Get yourself out there to meet people and network with potential new clients. You’ll never gain new opportunities sat in your house like a hermit.   Collaboration / Joint Ventures. People and companies larger than you may want to work with you to promote you or your products if you are the new kid on the block and willing to pay them good money. If you can’t pay them up front, pay them at the back end of the sale through commission.       BEST MOMENTS  ‘Every master was once a disaster, every winner was once a beginner’  ‘Why are you complaining about being able to reach thousands of people for free at the speed of light?’  ‘I believe in multiple streams of leads and multiple streams of income’   ‘Get help from friends and family until you can afford to get staff’  ‘You could build a $100,000,000 business on all social media channels’  VALUABLE RESOURCES  https://robmoore.com/  Progressive Property  Routine = Results by Rob Moore    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”    CONTACT METHOD  Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
07/08/1912m 26s

Rob Gets Grilled About Money

Anyone can be rich. You just have the mental (and physical) capacity plus the determination to make it happen. In this episode of the Money Podcast, Rob gets interviewed by Charles Kelly, a former IFA and the host of the Money Tips Podcast. Discover some useful tips on how Rob grew his wealth and built his own legacy from nothing at all. From having a routine to networking to scaling up your business, there won’t be anything amiss to discuss today. They also talk about the future of podcasting and the property industry. And, if you’re curious how Rob and his long-time business partner Mark Homer met, then tune in. Rob and Mark successfully brought about a brand merge of their companies lately. There will surely be a takeaway for aspiring entrepreneurs out there from this discussion. KEY TAKEAWAYS Scheduling and having a routine help you get the freedom you want. It’s a paradox we must live through. We need to secure first the stuff you need to survive, to grow, to prepare for the future, etc, so you can also enjoy your freedom. In just over a year, Rob got out of debt and reached six figures. It wasn’t easy at first. He shares that it was difficult to gain back the confidence after the mishaps and a series of failures. When he met Mark Homer and started a partnership with him, everything started to fall into its place—Mark had the financial resources and Rob always had the passion and determination. Networking is a fundamental skill for entrepreneurs. Rob met Mark at a networking event. If he hadn’t met him that day and contacted him after the event, then nothing abundant would’ve sprouted. What are the similar traits of millionaires and billionaires alike? The desire for scale, the desire to serve a vast amount of people, and the desire to give more value. Property will remain fundamental after decades and decades, according to Rob. Though the property market won’t always be stable, property investing will always be valuable. BEST MOMENTS “Leverage is having people around you that can organise you.” “Once you start to search, you start to find.” “It’s partly about the money, and partly about the good work and giving good value.” “If you want to do a podcast, you should do it. You should not worry if the market is saturated, or it’s the wrong time. The right time for you is now.” “Some business models thrive; some business models die. That’s how it works.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Progressive Property Routine = Results by Rob Moore moneytipsdaily.com The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE GUEST HOST Charles Kelly is a former IFA, the author of Yes, Money Can Buy You Happiness, and the host of the Money Tips Podcast. Charles spent 25 years in financial services working for banks and insurance companies. charles@charleskelly.net moneytipsdaily.com http://bit.ly/2MoneyBook ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and a holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHODS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
31/07/1943m 45s

5 Ways to Have a Healthy Relationship With Money

After being asked by GQ to write an article on money Rob reads directly from the article in the latest episode of the Money podcast. Entitled ‘Five ways for you to have a healthier relationship with money’, Rob details five specific ways for everyone to regain control over their finances. Whether it’s the fundamental rule of not spending more than you earn or ensuring that you don’t use money as therapy Rob talks through the fundamentals of money. If you need to take control of your finances, and learn to have a healthier relationship with money this is the episode for you.   Key Takeaways Never Spend more than you earn. This is the golden rule of money. You will be forever a slave to money if you continue to spend more than you earn. You will drown in debt. Make sure to pay yourself first on the day that your wage comes in. Aim to save and increase this month on month when you spend less and earn more. Use Money as a Reward not as Therapy. Many people use money as a celebration of small things like a holiday you can’t afford and then on the other end of the spectrum people use spending money as therapy. Neither of these are healthy. Make sure you have a healthy relationship with money where you celebrate proportionally when you do have success, and your not trying to find self-worth from money itself.   Your Worth More. You are likely worth more than you think. You must honour that value however. Create value and a fair exchange rate mechanism. If your fees are too high you will feel guilt if they are too low you will have low self-worth. First, give extra value then be bold enough to ask for fair exchange in return. Have a Love Affair with Money. Money has no emotion, it’s a-moral, its neutral. It’s a unit of measurement. You can choose to give lots of money away. It’s humanity which adds the emotion to money, not money itself. It’s ok to love money.   Save, Invest, Spend. When you have no savings or investments you will be in financial ruin. Security is what you are after with money as this makes you more calm and able to make better decisions. Make sure you save and invest a portion of your salary before you spend what is remaining. Money, health and happiness are unrelated to money but it’s a choice.   Best Moments ‘Money makes a great servant but a terrible master.’ ‘Pay yourself first.’ ‘Money is an enabler of things you want.’ ‘Avoid using money as a ‘Care for yourself without using money.’ ‘Money will only paper of the cracks.’ ‘Self-worth equals net-worth.’ ‘Peoples put their own value on money.’   Valuable Resources I’m Worth Moore - Rob Moore ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLtKal0qTf3klDUr7JS_L9Q
24/07/199m 15s

The Commonalities of the Super Rich (Live From London)

In this episode of The Disruptive Entrepreneur Rob discusses the 3 main commonalities that wealthy people share. From reading books and learning from a vast variety of resources available him, Rob shares what his experiences and learnings have taught him. KEY TAKEAWAYS When I got back into the schooling system everything they teach you is completely different than being an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs ‘start now then get perfect later.’ However, the schooling system is the opposite. Reading books has helped me pick out and understand what the 3 main commonalities of wealth are: - A desire to serve a vast number of people. - You deserve to be rich. - Surround yourself by opulence. Anything you can do to reach more people will help to get to where you want to be. We are an interdependent species who rely on each other to survive as a species. Wealth is the result of serving more people as long as it’s fair exchange. BEST MOMENTS ‘Remember what you want to be.’ ‘Build wealth, retain wealth, grow wealth, diversify wealth, insure wealth and give wealth away.’ ‘If you want to be wealthy you have to serve more people.’ ‘You were not born to be skint.’ ‘People think in binary terms of money. ‘Money tends to exaggerate your traits.’ ‘Wealth is the result of serving more people.’ VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”  CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
17/07/1914m 20s

The Formula For Wealth (Live)

‘Unless you’re making 5 million or more per year, you should still take learning from this formula.’    In this episode of Money Rob explains the formula for wealth that he learned from when he was in debt and still uses now.   Listen to this episode to know how you can apply this formula to yourself in order to grow, start or expand your business…  KEY TAKEAWAYS  My book money originated from me being in debt.   This formula is the architecture behind all value creation, medium exchange and transactional value.  W = V + FE x L is my formula for wealth and it works for all forms of businesses. Unless you’re raking in over 5 million pounds a year, there’s still more to learn in this formula.  WEALTH = VALUE  You can do good work but if the world doesn’t get the value of that good work then you’re not going to grow your wealth.  You have to put the value out first and consistently in order for the world to see it.  + FAIR EXCHANGE  There are two extremes, these are both unfair exchange. The middle of these extremes is 'fair exchange'. Fair exchange is not overcharging or undercharging for value.  It’s so easy and quick to interact and connect with your customers now that if you don’t know what their problems and pains are then you’re just not watching or listening.  x LEVERAGE  Leverage is how many subscribers, followers, fans, buyers, users, data etc… have you got? All of these have a monetary value.  There’s all sorts of leverage, time, money etc… but that’s a whole another talk.   BEST MOMENTS  ‘Know more. Make more. Give more’.   ‘Value is a balance of doing good work and showing it to the world.’   ‘No one’s going to go and see artwork in the dark.’  ‘Users have value.’  ‘I think the best asset you can invest in is your personal brand.’  VALUABLE RESOURCES  https://robmoore.com/  https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/  ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD  Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979   
10/07/1912m 47s

7 Ways to Grow Your Business (With No Cash)

Rob discusses 7 ways you can build your business without spending much money. If you’re starting up a business or trying to grow it then these tips will help you out massively. Listen to this episode to find out exactly how to put these tips to use! KEY TAKEAWAYS I think the saying ‘it takes money to make money’ is wrong. Many people believe that the two main factors people who have a lot of money have are money and experience. I believe that it takes resourcefulness, creativity, innovation, service, value, persistence, sometimes a little bit of delusion and a big clear vision to make money. A lot of people often forget we have all of these things. Although money helps to start a business, it’s actually one of the least required resources that you need. 7 ways to grow or start your business (That doesn’t cost much money): HELP – It’s ok to ask for help from other people. SWAP SKILLS AND RESOURCES – Maybe do a JV with someone to share skills and knowledge. They may have the skills and information that you need and you may have the skills and resources they need. LEVERAGE ALL FREE MEDIA AND SOCIAL MEDIA – Social media is vast nowadays, make sure you’re putting yourself out there as much as possible to people. You can reach thousands or even millions of people for free. REFERRALS – Ask your friends and family to refer people to you. Ask as many people as you can. Ask them ‘do you know anyone who…’ BUILDING A PROPPER REFERRAL PROGRAMME – We have a programme called the ambassador's programme. GO TO INDUSTRY EVENTS – Network with people within your industry, get to know as many people as possible. GET JV’s, COLLABS AND OTHER PEOPLE TO PROMOTE YOU – Have other people promote you to the world and to their following for something small in return other than money. Become a supporter by going on my Facebook page and clicking ‘become a supporter.’   BEST MOMENTS ‘Everyone’s has to start somewhere and most people when they start don’t have money and experience.’ ‘Asking for help is not a weakness, it’s a strength.’ ‘Facebook groups are huge.’ ‘Go for the big fish.’ ‘Content marketing costs nothing but your time’.   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”  CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
03/07/1916m 5s

How to Create GREAT Money Making Ideas (10 Ways)

How to Create Better Products & Services to Giveaway  “I believe everybody is creative, good at creating ideas and being innovative to disrupt. It’s just you need to believe that you can.”  Listen in to find out 10 ways to help you come up with and create better ideas based off of me creating products, bonuses and special offers.  KEY TAKEAWAYS  Could what you’re coming up with be new? Could be be better than the old version of the product/offer/bonus? Evolve your ideas with the market, use things that already exist but make it better.  What could you create that people would love, need and go batshit crazy for? Don’t give this thing to everyone or it will devalue it. This will create more desire for the thing you’re giving away.  Can you get a concept or story behind the product or service? Don’t make up stories. Is there a way to tell a good story and link it to whatever you’re marketing or selling so you can connect with your audiences’ emotions?  What has the market told you there’s demand for? Listen to your markets so you know what your market wants and what you can give them.  What can you create to get people talking and fighting for it? What controversy can your product bring to the market and get people going wild?  What you want to give away is high perceived value to your audience but low actual cost to you. This could be something that’s downloadable. If you give away actual products, it’s more likely to backfire if you give too many away.  How can you make it different? Doing to same things over and over will not work. Reinvent your products and what your products are.  Surprise or shock your audience without making it a gimmick.   Could you do something bold or risky? Maybe do a challenge or someone thing really ballsy but don’t go too big so you don’t paint yourself into a corner. Step up your game. Make your competitors say “woahhhh.”  Continue to take feedback from your customers, peers and competitors.    BEST MOMENTS  “Make what you’ve already got look new.”  “Bad marketers make up stories.”  “The more you give away the more you can go bust.”  “Anything that will shock your audience, that’s unexpected will get people running in droves to get your products and services.”    VALUABLE RESOURCES  https://robmoore.com/  ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD  Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
26/06/1913m 14s

10 Ways to Build Multiple Streams of Income

Do you know what 10 factors are required to build multiple streams of income? In this episode of Money, Rob takes us through how to plan, implement and build multiple streams of income fast! The energy and information in this podcast provide the perfect kick start for anyone thinking about how to get started with multiple streams of income and make money, listen in now!   KEY TAKEAWAYS You have to start with one income stream first and get that set before you move onto the next one. If you are spread thinly over different strategies you will not be able to get deep enough at one for it to make you money. Start the second stream when you have got the initial income stream systemised so it is not necessary for you to spend all your time on it. The 70/20/10 model; 70% of your time should be on your main income stream 20% on the second income stream 10% on a third income stream or researching future income streams leverage existing income streams to transmute your experience into future income streams. If your next income stream is related to what you are doing in the initial income stream you can use all your prior experience and expertise. You need a capital and cash flow balance. Capital is what protects you from the peaks and troughs of the financial climate and recession its cash, its ownership, it’s assets. Cash flow is your flow of money. You need both capital and cash flow to make money. Add income streams that are related to your other streams. These are add on income streams that are a natural consequence of what you are doing. Once you get to a certain scale you can bring something inhouse and create another income stream from it. It’s important to de-risk and diverseify by having one unrelated income stream. If your other business models drop, you have another unrelated business model that is unaffected. Using a counter-cyclical model enables you to have a business that is successful in a falling market and one that is successful in a rising market. Using leverage and enablers. Internet and social media are the enablers of the world it’s important to make sure you are leveraging these effectively. They speed up your income building and the flow of  money Reinvesting back into your assets to nurture, develop and grow and mature them.Investing back into innovation, extra resources, growing and improving quality will help money flow. Converting your time into assets. If you are going to exchange your time try and make sure it is invested into an asset that can give you a long term residual benefit. You need to maximise the time into assets and minimise the time into money exchange because the money exchange isn’t repeatable.   BEST MOMENTS ‘At least 50% of our experience was transmutable to the new income stream ‘ ‘The average millionaire has 3 income streams’ ‘Make sure you are adding the second stream at the right point, if you add it too soon it's going to take time and focus and results away from the first income stream’   VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”    CONTACT METHOD  https://robmoore.com/  https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
19/06/1920m 42s

£500k to £1m the Quickest (Part 4 in Series)

Do you want to go grow your business and scale from 500k to a £Million in the quickest time possible? If the answer is Yes, this episode is for you.  Rob Moore discusses 11 key strategies that can help you achieve exponential growth in the shortest time possible. Tune in today, to find out more.   KEY TAKEAWAYS  Elements, strategies and things to focus on to go from 500k to a £Million in the quickest time possible.  The first thing is that you need to leverage a lot more. This includes staff systems, sales and getting yourself directly out of sales and marketing and into other areas of your business. Your strategy, your focus and your key areas need to be focused on the overall growth.  The second thing will be how a managing director and or an operations manager in your empire is essential to success. You may even need a second layer of management and you may need to remove some contact to you from other members of staff. It’s absolutely vital to have a really good managing director, someone who's like an office manager, someone who manages your enterprise. It's also vital to have another layer of management to help you out with projects.  The third one is that human resource becomes a really important function, staff benefits, their salaries, their career progression, their grievances, all of those things which aren't relevant when you’re getting out of debt. As you get more staff, they have grievances, and they need to be official, you're not a little organization hiring family now, they want benefits, obviously salary reviews and career progression.  The fourth thing is you need to move on from one-to-one selling. Getting in the car and driving around the country and doing one to one sales meetings or one to one selling on the phone, should be a thing of the past when you go beyond the 500k revenue mark. There comes a point where you have to leverage so you might use webinars to sell globally or online, you might become a speaker and an ambassador in your industry and speak on big stages, you might leverage online training, or you might have four or five salespeople and they're selling one to one all day, but that makes a one too many for you. You could leverage a big podcast, big YouTube channel, but you cannot grow if you’re doing it yourself.  The fifth thing is that you're also a recruitment company now. People, your staff, your culture are the most important element in your business and there comes a point where they need looking after, they need guidance, they need vision and you need to attract and hire the right people. This is vital. Therefore you need good training, good onboarding and connections with good recruitment consultants and agencies in your city. You will need to write good job descriptions and give them progression in their career. You can also create staff Handbooks and good employment contracts to help with issues and grievances.  The sixth thing will be your key result areas and making them way more strategic. You should be doing things like training your staff, training your trainers, vision, strategy, leadership, collaborations, partnerships, etc.  The seventh will be considering a second income stream now that you've got a good first income stream. You’ve got to get good at one source of income before you can do many.   The eighth will be that you need to build a finance department. You must have up to date management accounts and KPIs. You need a finance department, not just a part-time bookkeeper taking your receipts and putting them on a spreadsheet. You need management accounts, ideally 10 days after month end otherwise you can't make proper decisions on the growth of your business.  The ninth will be you’re now focusing on values and culture and brand and actually have ROI. Whereas Of course, when you're 100 grand to 500, grand or even zero to hundred grand brand doesn't really have ROI, you focus more on direct response marketing in those stages. We were into direct response marketing, which is you only spend on advertising and marketing if you can track and clearly get a return on investment, but things like the values of your company now have tangible value because people will come and work for you for the values and the culture. A little bit of investment in developing and building your brand and creating the culture becomes more and more important and can have a huge return on investment.  10 is you need to form a board and that might just be you and maybe your managing director or your business partner, but you could get some non-execs or advisors. You and your MD, maybe if you've got a high-level manager, like a finance director, they could sit on the board and then if you could get an advisor or non-exec or two, that's vital for you to be able to work on your business, look at the strategy, the vision and work on the key areas that you need developing.  11th is that you’re now a media company, as well as a recruitment company, as well as a marketing company in this sort of modern age. Social media is vital, podcasting and having a YouTube channel is vital, leveraging LinkedIn which has changed in the last couple of years in a very positive manner, you want to generate multiple streams of leads which will result in multiple streams of income.  BEST MOMENTS  “The harder you work, the less your overall company can get done when you get to a certain size.”  “Anything tactical you're doing is only going to slow the growth of your company down.”  “Operational, tactical and administrative should be to your team, you create the vision, the strategy, and then you pass that down to your MD and then they start the execution process which is implemented by the rest of your team.”  “You cannot master what you do not measure.”  “If you don't risk anything you risk everything.”  VALUABLE RESOURCES  https://robmoore.com/  ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD  Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
12/06/1926m 19s

A HUGE Announcement & The Millionaire Mindset

“If you have a love affair with money instead of an on-off adulterous relationship with money, then you’re going to make a lot more of it” In this very special episode, join Rob on the launch day of his new book, ‘I’m Worth More: Realize Your Value, Unleash Your Potential’.  Rob has taken time out in order to supply you with a few incredible and invaluable ways in which you can attain a millionaire mindset, that rarest of states in which you can turn your ideas into real money. It’s time you learned to embrace money, to increase the speed of your own personal GDP, and joined the ranks of those already on their way to a personal fortune. Go out there and use these practical strategies to increase your millionaire mindset, and in turn, to increase your millionaire bank account. KEY TAKEAWAYS A million pounds is nowhere near as much as it used to be - If you want to be a millionaire, you’re realistically looking at requiring somewhere over five million pounds in order to feel comfortable. You need to re-set your expectations of your monetary requirements. Think carefully about how much money you practically require in order to retire for the rest of your life.   Every millionaire I’ve met has a problem-solving mentality - A tenacious mindset, unrelenting and willing to fix problems instead of running from them is vital.    The emotional approach to money - Millionaires have an entirely different emotional response to money. You need to sometimes have a different attitude towards projects or risks that might lose you money, despite your own personality traits telling you otherwise.   We are the five people that we hang around with the most - By associating with those we wish to emulate, we become a composite of those people. By increasing your association with successful millionaires, their mindsets, their conversations, their problem solving techniques, will rub off on you.    Think bigger - Worrying about risk is natural. But if you don’t ever speculate with what you have, you’ll never grow, and you’ll always be stuck with a low rate of return. Scale up your thinking and take the risk.   Begin a love affair with money itself - Money is the enabler of all things. Embrace it. Learn to love it. Money reduces friction and increases speed. Work out what money is as an enabler for you, and put it the best use possible. BEST MOMENTS “£50,000 a year is not a lot of money if you’ve got a couple of kids you want to put through private school, and you want a nice car and a nice house” “You might not want to do the hairy, scary task. The problem might be huge and you might want to hide away from it. But ultimately you get it done” “That fine balance of ego and managing your emotions is important” “You need to up your circle!” “If you have a love affair with money instead of an on-off adulterous relationship with money, then you’re going to make a lot more of it” “You have to increase the speed of your way to wealth” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny I’m Worth More: Realize Your Value, Unleash Your Potential - Audible I’m Worth More: Realize Your Value, Unleash Your Potential – Amazon Send your proof of purchase to supporters@robmoore.com ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
05/06/1916m 10s

How Quick Can You Get Rich?

You can’t expect to get rich in 7 days, however, you can expect to get rich a lot quicker nowadays.   In this episode of MONEY, Rob Moore explains the different enablers that have allowed us to get rich quick-er. Rob also covers different ways in which you can get rich quick. Listen to find out more…!  KEY TAKEAWAYS  It doesn’t take as long as it used to to get rich because the world’s changed, we now have the internet which is the biggest enabler ever.  Depending on how much experience you have and how many assets you already have can determine how quick you can expect to get rich.  If you’re starting from scratch, never done business before, never made money before, in a lot of debt, don’t expect to get rich within 7 days, 7 weeks or 7 months but it doesn’t have to take 7 years nowadays because we have things such as the internet now.  It can take years and years of practice in corporate business to get a 6 figure wage. Entrepreneurs now days can earn that within a year, I did by dealpackaging. You can look at the quicker business models to get rich quicker than you used to such as:  Information Marketing  Masterminds  Mentoring  Being an Agency  Being a property deal packager or trader  Raising finance (Crowd sourcing, crowd funding, doing joint ventures)  Don’t become a mentor or run a mastermind on something you’ve not got expertise in because then it becomes a scam.  BEST MOMENTS  “If it sounds way to good to be true, it’s probably too good to be true.”  “The internet is the biggest enabler ever”  “The world has changed therefore you can expect to be rich more quick compared to before”  “Get rich quick in seven days. Bullshit. Get rich is 7 years. Too long. Get rich quick in 7, 17 or 27 months… probably realistically achievable now.”  “When someone says “you can’t” it usually means that they don’t know how.”  VALUABLE RESOURCES  The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny  ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”  CONTACT METHOD  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
29/05/1911m 52s

Does Money Really Make You Happy (Happiness vs Fulfilment)

Yes, money does buy your happiness, but it doesn’t buy you fulfilment! It’s true that money can buy a lot of things that will make you happy, and that’s okay if you do it. But, today on the Money Podcast, Rob encourages you that instead of chasing for your own happiness, aim for fulfilment. You’ll feel fulfilled if you start creating, earning, and spending money not just for you, but for others. Learn the difference between selflessness and selfishness. Money can be the basis of your happiness, but develop it alongside other things, like love, relationships, and personal development so you’ll truly feel happy and fulfilled. Listen in now to know more! KEY TAKEAWAYS If you use money as the metric of your happiness, then you’ll never really feel that you’re happy. The ceiling will keep on raising up, and you’ll always think that you’re not reaching it. Having a lot of money, having a nurturing environment, and having a healthy mind, body, and soul can all happen to you. You don’t have to pick one or two from these; you can have it all. If your pursuit of money is rooted in greed, power, and selfishness, then you’ll never be happy. But, if you want to get more money so you can help others, then you’ll achieve not only happiness but also fulfilment. BEST MOMENTS “Most of the time, you’ll probably be happier when you’re rich.” “You need way more money than you used to to be happy and be comfortable.” “Fulfilment is ‘Do you love what you do and do what you love.’” “The more you build, the more you get to give away.” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
22/05/1913m 35s

£100k to £500k The Quickest (11 Ways)

From getting you out of debt to earning up to £100k in a year to eventually increasing them to £500k quickly, Rob Moore’s got special tips and strategies for any financial problems you have! But in this episode of the Money Podcast, Rob focuses on how to grow your £100K earnings to £500k in the quickest time possible. He promises that you’ll be reaching the half million mark in just less a year when you listen in to the list that he prepared. Make sure to take note of Rob’s 11 Effective Ways to Grow from £100K to £500K. And, if by chance you missed the first two episodes in this special series of the podcast, then make sure to listen to them after this. There are golden nuggets from them that could still apply to you if you want that financial success! KEY TAKEAWAYS 11 Effective Ways to Grow from £100K to £500K in just a year: You’re going to need up to four staff. The first four staff you hire should cover the admin, operations, sales and marketing sides. Working hard is great, but at some point, your growth becomes stationary. What you should do is to work smarter. You have to let go to grow. Accept that they’re gonna be mistakes and also learn how to trust your teal so you could focus more on the vision. Understand key result areas and income generating tasks. Focus on five key result areas which are strategy, imagination, ideation, creativity and leadership. Find partnerships and ventures to grow your reach. You might need to invest some money and time so you could move to the next level, but it will all be worth it. Monitor the KPIs. It’s best to track and keep records as early as when you still have low to zero earnings. Know what your business is and what isn’t. You are a ‘marketing’ business. You can have the best service in the area, but without marketing, you won’t be able to reach the customers. Get an office. When you’re already hit the £100 mark, it’s time to give up the leisure of working at home and start looking for an office that you could afford so you can begin working with the team and entertaining clients. You have to move away from family and friends. It’s time to do proper recruitments, prepare an employment manual, have an HR personnel, and hire the right people who are fit for the job. Save money. Doing an internal audit every six months is a good practice. Stop being wasteful. If you can reduce your expense every year by a considerable amount, then you won’t have to earn double or triple than what you’re required to. Get referrals. When you’re already aiming to grow from £100 to £500k, it’s easier now to gain referrals. Look after your best clients, give them perks, and ask them to bring people to you. BEST MOMENTS “Making money isn’t the same strategies at different stages. What you need to do to get out of debt is not the same as what you need to go from £100 to £500k a year.” “It’s not about working hard; it’s about working smart.” “When you’re in the £100 to £500k range, the key result areas for you are the strategy, vision, ideation, creativity, leadership, and NOT accounts, bookkeeping…” “Get over the need to be busy and think more about having good ideas and navigating your way through the industry.” “There is nothing wrong with being a marketing company.” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
16/05/1927m 21s

£0 to £100k (in The Quickest Time)

How do you get from zero to 100k in the shortest possible time? To answer that question Rob is sharing fourteen steps you need to implement on your path to earning 100k from your business. This is the second episode in a series of taking you on a journey from debt to being a multi-millionaire. From ensuring that you’re marketing immediately, getting close to your customers and developing multiple streams of leads, Rob explains how you can get from zero to 100k as quickly as possible. Key Takeaways You have to start with a minimum viable product. It doesn’t matter if the product is a bit rough around the edges. The important thing is to get the product on the market and receive feedback on how to improve it. Apple improves the iPhone in every reiteration of it as a product. You can reinvest the profit from the minimum viable product, into a second version, and then keep repeating this cycle. Start marketing immediately. Marketing is more important than sales because marketing creates the leads that turn into sales. You have to embrace marketing as both an art and a science. Learn and study it so you can develop a clear strategy. You will already have connections on social media who could all be potential customers. Trade on your time, more than your money. When you are rich you can trade on money. When you don’t have any money then you have to trade on time. Mindset is your only limit on time. You can achieve whatever you want to. Trading on your energy, enthusiasm and persistence are undervalued. These attributes can be extremely valuable to you. Multiple streams of leads. If you have one supplier or one customer then you are at a big risk if anything happens to them. If something changes then your whole business is at risk. You have to make sure that you are active on multiple platforms from social media, to networking events to ambassador programmes. It’s really important to build your personal brand alongside your business. Being a content marketer in your sector is essential. Don’t stop running your business, but get out there and share your message to the world. Aim to be the most read commentator in your industry. Work out your ideal client, then create your marketing around them. There are various Facebook groups you can join, to learn about your customers. Create a profile of your ideal clients; what language they use, what brands they purchase and how they interact and develop your marketing accordingly. Work out how many units you need to sell, to make a 100K. Then set a deadline to achieve it. Set realistic monthly growth targets to achieve this, and understand the numbers of your business. Get admin help quick. When you start to sell a decent volume of products then at some point you will need to outsource all the non-money making activities. You will hit a moment of chaos where you need help. When this time is liberated in your schedule, replace it with incoming generating tasks like sales or marketing. The first three or four hires in your company should be an administrator, an operations person, and someone in marketing or sales. Your role should be to hold the vision of the company and to inspire others. You have to sell, sell, sell. Sales is a beautiful thing. The world would stop without sales so either you become a salesperson or you partner up with someone who will. Steve Jobs was a great salesman but he wasn’t on the market stall. Nearly 40% of the staff in our company are in the sales or marketing department. That shows how important it is. Get close to your customers. Be personal with them, learn about their pains, desires and problems. While you can reply to social media and private messages. When you receive feedback or questions from your customers you’re in the process of learning about them as much as they are receiving information from you. Set up an ambassador or referral scheme. Reward your early customers to give referrals to your business. Do that early on in your business. We earn nearly a million pounds in our business from our ambassador scheme. Your ambassadors will be your most loyal customers so reward them. Use media to build media. Invite your podcast listeners to follow you on Instagram, and your LinkedIn followers to like your Facebook page. On a monthly basis, rotate this across different profiles to increase the reach of all your profiles. Do whatever it takes. Sometimes we do just need to say to ourselves stop messing about and get out there. Sometimes you just have to get it done. Passive income comes later once you’ve worked hard. Tell absolutely everyone what you do. Telling everyone what you do will create a viral effect. You’ll find that the people you talk to will go and talk to others about you which will have a compounding effect. Best Moments ‘I believe in getting rich quicker, not get rich quick.’ ‘If you have a minimum viable product you can start selling.’ ‘You’ve got your whole life experience to potentially monetize.’ ‘You can build, create and deliver your product simultaneously.’ ‘Marketing is just as artistic as other art forms.’ ‘Social media is a great way to start, as it doesn't cost any money.’ ‘Your passion and energy are undervalued skills.’ ‘Do not rely on one place or platform for leads.’ ‘People trust a person more than a business.’ ‘You can always go wider but it’s harder to go more niche.’ ‘Find your niche.’ ‘You don’t need to hire a full-time member of staff.’ ‘As an entrepreneur, you should be focusing on the vision.’ ‘Sales are a beautiful thing.’ ‘All my books titles come from my communities.’ ‘Use media to grow media.’ ‘Get it done.’ ‘Tell absolutely everyone, what you do.’ Valuable Resources https://robmoore.com/ Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob Moore Official Website Rob’s Facebook Rob’s LinkedIn
09/05/1932m 7s

12 Rules for Money Management - Rob interviewed on Money

Managing money is one of the most vital skills anyone can learn in life, but it’s so often neglected in our school system. Rob talks through his step by step process for getting out of debt and into the green. As a guest on the Meaningful Money podcast Rob talks through how you should never spend more than you earn, you should know the difference between investing and speculating, and finally how to create some passive income. If you’re in debt and want a way out into the green, this is the episode for you. Key Takeaways How did you get to this point? My dad raised me to be an entrepreneur as he was an entrepreneur but I got lost. I got myself into a lot of debt but then went along to a business, property event after reading a few books and met my business partner who I still work with today. After that, I became a millionaire between 31/31, and we built a training business in property. Each time I’ve retired I get bored, start doing other things like writing books and doing my podcast. What is your goal for this free content that you give away? Everyone has always said that you can talk, so if you can talk and make a career out of it that would be amazing. I genuinely enjoy talking and getting a message out to the world by helping others. I’ve learnt a lot of things in my journey and I want to support others to learn from my journey. It’s also a good source of revenue, in books sales, and speaker fees. What was the core message of your book ‘Money’? It’s part, my personal journey out of debt into being a multi-millionaire and part is research, and study into different aspects of history, psychology and strategy of money. I wanted it to be everything about money, a one-stop shop if you like. If you are too selfish then society will force you to move into philanthropy or something else. If there was one overarching rule for money? The one rule is ridiculously simple, which is to never spend more money than you earn. In a modern world where we wrack up debt which is not good for anyone’s mental health. Wealth is always in relation to wellbeing. In a pilot for a Channel Four show where I was a money coach, the people on the show were completely delusional around how much money they spent each month. People always pay everyone else first before paying themselves which is wrong. You should always pay yourself first. The No Spend Year. Not spending money on depreciable liabilities, where it erodes capital is key to getting out of debt. It’s about proving you can be disciplined with the money that you have. You shouldn’t be going on three holidays a year if you can’t afford to. You have to learn not to spend money on things that lose value. What are the sources of passive income? Some people see passive income as an overnight thing. You have to work hard enough to not have to work hard. Residual passive income could be anything from a song, or a book or property. It’s a thought process really around how you can buy an asset that pays a recurring income. Some assets provide passive income with some just preserve capital. You have to target date when you spend less than you earn. Once you have gotten out of debt you should move to increase the amount that you can save. There are ways that you can think of reducing your expenditure but also ways that you can increase your income. I never spend more than I earn unless I put capital into an investment. Max out your ISA. There are some ISA millionaires, where they put the maximum in their ISA’s every year. It’s all tax-free. You should target to invest the maximum amount in the ISA and you will get rewarded through the tax system. It’s so simple. You want to build your capital reserves. People can make a lot of money and then erode their capital rather than preserve it. You should take some calculated risk but have the downside covered. You shouldn’t take big risks that you can’t cover. A calculated risk is investing in something that is relatively safe and protecting the downside. If we were to have a JV to manage a property together, then the protecting downside would be around having a charge or contract together. Emotions can really ruin money management. The things that we regret in life are the ones where we are in an emotional state when we do them. I’m interested in a sustainable long term wealth, not overnight quick wins. You can spend lots of money celebrating in elation and through sadness. Make sure you do the research into an important investment decision. Did you ever wonder whether you would have made it? I’m not always a positive person. I’ve had periods in my life where I’ve been a glass half empty. You don’t realise the ten-year overnight success and the hours that have gone into it. Things don’t happen overnight, but if you consistently do the right things then things will happen. Best Moments ‘My dad raised me to be an entrepreneur.’ ‘Everyone who talks about a subject should know about it.’ ‘I wanted it to be a one-stop shop for interesting in money.’ ‘There is nothing wrong in wanting to earn more money.’ ‘People are completely delusional about how much they spend.’ ‘Always have to pay yourself first.’ ‘Know where you are at with your money.’ ‘A lot of people speculate before they invest.’ ‘You have to know the difference between investment and speculation.’ ‘You never get taught how to money management at school.’ ‘You’ll never learn to make more money until you know where you at.’ ‘Learn what appreciates and depreciates.’ ‘You have to work hard enough to not work hard.’ ‘I never spend more than I earn.’ ‘When you put money in an ISA that I will never touch again.’ ‘Capital attracts income.’ ‘Always protect the downside of the risk.’ ‘Extreme emotions erode money.’ ‘Don’t make decisions if you are wired or tired.’ ‘Most people overestimate what they can achieve in a year bu underachieve in a lifetime.’ ‘Compounding is the 8th wonder of the world.’ ‘Every day do something.’ ‘Overtime you keep going.’ Valuable Resources Meaningful Money Podcast: https://meaningfulmoney.tv/2018/04/26/rob-moore/ Rob Moore : Money https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01IIF7420/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 About The Guest Pete Matthew is the brainchild of the Meaningful Money podcast. He is Managing Director of Jacksons Wealth Management in Penzance. He is a Chartered & Certified Financial Planner. I'd love to help everyone individually, but that's unlikely to be possible. Regulation of financial services means that if you would like me to advise you personally, then we have various steps to complete and that my company, Jacksons Wealth Management in Penzance would have to be the vehicle for that advice. Contact Method https://www.jacksonswealth.com ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob Moore Official Website Rob’s Facebook Rob’s LinkedIn
01/05/1942m 46s

How to Build Long Term Sustainability (Scale, Sell & Exit)

How to build long term sustainability in your business? In this episode, Rob discusses how one can build long term sustainability and by asking yourself what is the legacy of your business and do you want to be remembered? Discover how to maintain consistent growth, the art of selling and how you too, can balance sustainability with scalability in your business. KEY TAKEAWAYS Sustainability: For your business to be sustainable, first ask yourself what is the legacy of your business? What do you intend it to be at the end of its life? Do you intend to have got a personal computer in every home? Do you intend to help as many people across the planet invest for freedom, choice and profit? Do you intend to sell it in three to five years? Do you ever start to build, sell three to five-year rolling business strategy? Do you want to sell shares? Do you want to sell the whole business? Would you like to be a management buyout? Would you like to pass it on to your children who come through and end up becoming the MD when you become the chairman? Are you clear on what the end of your business looks like? Start with why but start and build your why as you go and do not fail start because you haven't got your why? Do you plan to build an empire? Do you plan to build just a lifestyle business? What’s the end that you want to get to? The more clear you can be as you go and grow in your business, the clearer the direction you have and the more long term sustainability you have. The next question becomes, how do you maintain this consistent growth? In your early years, you're picking the low hanging fruit of the communities the followers, the fans and the contacts you already have. Then you hit this point where you kind of like sweat, the contacts I already have. Now you got to start doing marketing you've got to do paid ads, you've got to create multiple streams of leads. And then as you do that, and you figure out which am lead sources work for you, then you may be hit another point where you're maxed out in terms of resource and capacity that might be staff or that might be systems. So then you might have to look at staffing up, changing your culture for growth, hiring up before you need, it might then involve doing partnerships and collaborations and joint ventures, so that you can grow to the next level, because obviously, you can achieve a lot more with leveraging others, basically a company to do joint ventures and collaborations with companies. Collaborations, joint ventures, having trainers, partnerships, contractors, consultants take you to the next level of growth. Next then is do you want to sell? Do you want to retire? Do you want to sell shares on the markets? Do you want a management buyout? Do you want to hand over to your children? If you design your business and systemized it and have good processes and automation and software so that could sell and you make yourself redundant not reliant and you have a good management structure and you have good training processes, even if you decide you don't want to sell it, you can sell it. So you're in a strong position. And you might think that you want to sell the whole thing, but then you may only want to sell shares in it because you've fallen in love with the business, or you want to be involved in its next stage of growth. Next then is balancing sustainability with scalability. Its kind of like business tends to go in waves. Things break, you need more staff, you need more systems, you've got more to deliver, there's more onus on you, if you're selling products and services that are involved in you, sales are great, grow the sales, but then you increase the customer service, the follow up, the systems that need to cater for, the sales that you've made and this is a balance. And in some ways, it's good to prepare for scale. First, by setting up systems and being ready, having anything that needs to be automated before you go on a big sales push. Systemizing and staffing before scaling. So if you decide that you want to launch a new vertical, a new product or service and you think that that might bring one to two million pounds into the business, before you think how many staff will be needed? What could break in advance? What's broken before? And what resources needed? What current resources whether that’s staff or systems might be maxed, it might be working now but then might break et cetera, thinking about these before you go on this massive growth path and not just focusing on sales is important. Next then, is having sustainability and scalability and durability in your business is about preparing for harder times well in advance, prepare for the recession, prepare for Brexit, prepare for staff leaving, prepare for legal challenges, reputational issues, prepare for Lena sales times with cash in the bank and that's really important because if you don't prepare for the worst, then the worst will happen. Next then is diversifying your risk, your assets, your sources of leads and your sources of income. Believe in multiple streams of leads. Don’t depend on one lead source, like word of mouth or referral, you are at risk. What if there's a reputational issue to your business and no one wants to refer to you anymore? What if your main referees just decide to refer someone else? Then you go from good business to no business. Trust and training and great staff, communicating your legacy and rescaling of the vision. Sustainability is an ongoing thing, you build layers and levels of protection. That could be you draw some money, but you only draw half of your net profit so that you've got half of your net profit in retained earnings. So that is consistently drawing some money, but paying yourself, which is really important in your business, but also leaving good capital in the business bank account, that's a layer of protection. Looking at your preparation for exit. Do you just want to keep growing? Are you systemized in your business so that it could be sold or it could run without you? Are you preparing for due diligence process when someone comes in because if someone wants to buy your business, they're not just going to buy it based on what a few spreadsheets and a few management accounts that you send them, they're going to do a full on due diligence process, they're going to want to know that the business isn't reliant on you, they're going to want to know that the management accounts are accurate and the net profit is accurate and there's not much that isn't included in those accounts, they're going to want to know what your reputation is like online, they're going to want to know what systems and processes work and don't, they're going to want to know how much room there is for growth of this business. What capacity is this business at? You’re going to want to be well systemized, you're going to want to have your reputation managed well so that you can go through that process in a relatively short amount of time and then exit your business, whether that shares, or sale, or management buyout, et cetera. BEST MOMENTS “Start with why but start and build your why as you go and do not fail start because you haven't got your why?” “Start with the end in mind.” “Knowing what the legacy of your empire is going to be, enables you to make sounds strategic and not flippant, emotional decision.” “Collaborations, joint ventures, having trainers, partnerships, contractors, consultants take you to the next level of growth.” “Scaling, breaking, fixing systemising, and that is business and that happens.” “If you don't prepare for the worst, then the worst will happen.” “We all need to know where we're going and why we're doing what we're doing, otherwise, it's just a job.” “If you want to sustain the growth of your business for the long term, you've got to be reliant on other people.” VALUABLE RESOURCES bitly/tdecomm.com ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is a philanthropist and author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   CONTACT METHOD Website (http://www.robmoore.com/) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/https://twitter.com/robprogressive)
25/04/1931m 10s

How to be a (Multi) Millionaire

How you become a multimillionaire where you are financially free and can spend your time doing exactly what you want? This is the question that Rob has been asked numerous times so here are 12 areas which all multi-millionaires have in common. From ensuring that you have a big vision to testing everything and loving your customer, here are the most important ways to develop on your journey in becoming a multi-millionaire. This won’t happen overnight, it might take years but learning from someone who has developed his multi-million-pound business is a good place to start.   Key Takeaways You need to have a big vision. A small vision will create a small business. People want to see how much you can change the world. Ideally make your vision, national even global. It needs to be bigger than you. It needs to serve a large group of people. It’s not about the service or product it’s about whether it’s scalable.   Have you got something that is unique, does it make people's life easier? People will buy something that is more convenient. You need to have a unique value proposition. If you make people's lives more convenient they will reward you.   The details matter. It’s a strange paradox of being a billionaire that you have to have a big vision but also ensures that the details of your service and product are thought about deeply.   You need to become the best. This might be an obvious statement but it’s still valid. If you want to be a multi-millionaire you have to be faster at getting real-time feedback to improve your product/service and you have to be the best. It could be bringing two things together that is unusual, or you could continually improve your product, whatever it is you need to be the best.   Don’t give up. You will always have another chance. No matter how many times you’ve failed, or a certain business model has failed you will always have another chance.   Always test things first. Find out what people want first, don’t go neck deep into a market and spend all your money. If you go all in then you can always lose big as well as win big. Make the product, market-ready beforehand through testing everything.   Building a great team. Can you leverage smarter people, experts in certain areas that you don’t know as much in? You need great specialists to be successful. If you leverage effectively then you can scale much quicker.   You must love your customer. The customer is king. I used to think that people worked for me, but everyone works for themselves. I realised that I work for them. I work for my customers. Sometimes we make mistakes but 95% of the time we show that we care about our customers.   You want to stay close to your market. When I first retired I thought I could relax and outsource everything but your competition gets ahead of you when you move away from your market. If you do get close to your community then this can give you the edge on gaining quicker feedback from your clients. It means that I can react quickly and improve my service.   Don’t accept conventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom is not always conventional. Test other ideas, and make sure you test ideas before implementing. A good example is a phrase ‘Learn from your mistakes’, which is conventional wisdom but it’s wrong, you need to learn from other people's mistakes, it's cheaper.   Reinvest your profits in Growth. We tend to draw down only 50% profits from our business. This means we reinvest 50% in marketing, in our premises, in our training and staffing. You’ll be worth a lot more when you reinvest in your company to grow effectively than if you didn’t   Cheek. Courageous. Disrupting. Audacious. Leverage. You need to be brave and a little bit cheeky in order to be disruptive in the marketplace. Leverage is key so you get much more for your money per hour.   Best Moments ‘This will not happen overnight.’ ‘A million is not what it used to be.’ ‘10 million meant I could retire, and my kids wouldn’t have to work.’ ‘I think much less about money now than when I was skint.’ ‘The details matter when you are trying to make a million.’ ‘If you have a small vision you will have a small business.’ ‘Hybridising from other markets, and sectors.’ ‘Don’t give it up.’ ‘If you go all in then you can always lose big as well.’ ‘There is nothing wrong in testing.’ ‘Business top and bottom line is often related to how many staff they have.’ ‘You have to serve your customers.’ ‘Conventional wisdom is often wrong.’ ‘If you don’t innovate your competition will.’ ‘Be audacious in your approach to business.’ ‘Learn from other people's mistakes.’ VALUABLE RESOURCES The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast iTunes | Stitcher Books Written by Rob Moore:https://robmoore.com/books/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979?originalSubdomain=uk YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLtKal0qTf3klDUr7JS_L9Q Twitter - @robprogressive
17/04/1919m 30s

Want More Money Without Working More? Then You need S.P.A

How to Scale Up Your Business? (LIVE) Scaling up your business can be both difficult, scary and chaotic for business owners. Businesses often have their most challenges when they are faced with moving from a start-up company to a more mature business. There are things you can do to help your business grow however, plan for the breakage and make sure you have sustainable growth. As part of the Business coaching programme Rob talks through various ways you can scale up your business. Ensuring that you have an elegant business model, enough cash to fuel growth and multiple sources of leads are all essential for scaling your company. If you want to learn how to scale your business today this is the podcast for you. Key Takeaways Going from Local, National, to Global. This might mean opening new offices around the country or even wider around the world. It might mean moving your business online and growing globally digitally. We’ve resisted pushing for global growth initially focusing on the national. We have decided to move from the national to global now however. We initially just started in Peterborough. Make sure you don’t scale up too fast however as the one area will drain money from another. The Elegant Business Model. This is where you have a staircase of products for your customers. So in my case I give away lots of free content at the top, and then I have low cost products such as my 99p Kindle books. This means that you are trusted in the market and you’re reducing the friction to sales. Then I might you to an even, which are more expensive, then to courses and finally it might be a mastermind which is the most expensive product. We have around £200,000 worth of products that we sell but we don’t do it all at once. Cash Fuels Growth. You might be reinvesting into the business or you might be looking for venture capital. A lot of businesses don’t invest in marketing, but you should be spending sensibly and strategically in marketing as an investment in your future. You should be testing your marketing, and working out what works in your marketing. You have to learn before you can earn. Be careful when you are raising capital, people tend to be more frivolous with spending the money that they haven’t directly earned. Creativity, collaboration, join ventures and innovation fuels growth it doesn’t always have to be cash that fuels it. Marketing. Marketing. Marketing. The reality is marketing gets people into the shop and sales facilitates the purchase when you are in the shop. You have to make sure that you have multiple streams of leads. It’s important to not rely on one form of marketing because things could change, and that could be the end of your business. Multiple sources of leads. This will mean that you will get multiple sources of income. You have to get the balance right between having multiple streams and getting the depth right. Make sure that you are tweaking some, having some that are in testing phase and some which are fully formed. So you have a conveyor belt of different marketing in the pipeline. Then before you know it you will have 80 streams of income. The faster you grow the more breakage there will be. You can plan for this by systemising and planning in advance. Reputation issues, admin and people issues can be bigger when you grow quickly. If you grow steadily then it might be easier to manage but if you have no breakage you are not growing quickly enough. You have to make sure that your staff are going with you in your growth. If you scale your staff and systems up for the next round of growth before you get there then there will be less breakage Partnerships, collaboration and joint ventures. A way to scale up quickly is to make sure that you have the right collaborations in place. There are lots of examples of joint ventures between different companies. Virgin does this alot with a lot of different companies to create new companies. You could set up an affiliate or ambassador programme. Building Multiple Assets. If you have an office, or a book, or your web presence they are all assets. Building up online assets means you will have recurring income, multiple leads and multiple streams of income. I have recently gone past the million pound sales for my books. You have to invest in these assets, it’s better to invest in these rather than an hourly rate. Direct Response, Brand Marketing. Direct response is more transactional, whereas brand marketing is around the visuals of you brand. How when you think of a fizzy drink you think of Coca-cola? Direct responses allow you to track more effectively the sales from your business. It’s best to start with direct responses and then once you have a bigger marketing budget you move onto brand marketing. Best Moments ‘The growth of a business brings challenges and opportunity’ ‘The elegant business model takes people on a journey.’ ‘The Elegant business model allows for a staircase of products that your customers can purchase’ ‘A lot of businesses don’t invest in marketing which is an error.’ ‘We reinvest around 50% of our profits back into the business from retained earnings.’ ‘Marketing is essential for getting people into the shop.’ ‘Cash isn’t the only thing that fuels growth but it’s an important one.’ ‘Multiple sources of leads are essential.’ ‘You have to learn before you can earn.’ ‘You can a great game plan until you get punched in the face.’ ‘Have a rolling recruitment cycle so you aren’t waiting for people.’ ‘You can have breakage or wastage not both.’ ‘The more you scale up the more demand for staff you will have.’ ``Multi-media is using all the different platforms out there as much as possible.’ ‘Make sure you are not using single media.’ ‘We are now as much a media agency as we are a property business.’ ‘With partnerships you get a leveraged effect.’ ‘These all create trickle down money.’ ‘If you are too aggressive with your sales you will have an attrition rate.’ ‘Direct response allows you to track sales better. VALUABLE RESOURCES The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast iTunes | Stitcher Books Written by Rob Moore:https://robmoore.com/books/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - LinkedIn - YouTube -
10/04/1923m 13s

Have a Love Affair With Money (These 10 Ways)

Do you have a love affair with money? In today’s episode of the Money Podcast, your host Rob Moore shares with you 10 ways how to have a love affair with money. He covers knowing what money is, how to see the good in money and not just the bad and how you too, can ultimately use money as a facilitator for the greater good and much more. Hop in to learn about this and much more. KEY TAKEAWAYS Number one, on how to have a great love affair with money is, understanding what it is. A lot of people just don't understand what money is they have all these beliefs and judgments and values and projections based on inaccurate information of what money is. What money isn’t is everything that people think it is except a universal mechanism of exchange of value, a unit of account, a measurement of worth and value, measuring in a universal way your value so that it can be exchanged in an efficient and universally agreed and accepted way. The second thing is to see the good in money and not just the bad. Nothing has all upside or downside. Money has downside money has upside but money is made by machines that were made by man, money as a human construct and as such, with the good and the bad that's in money is actually in humanity. People will say that money is also a cause some of the problems they are facing, money isn't, the individuals who are using the money for power are. Number three, realize that your beliefs around money aren’t real, they're just your beliefs around money. Think about what you want your beliefs about money to be should you choose, to wipe the slate clean and to play the money game the way you want to play it. People think that money is what they believe it is and what they believe it is based on their past experiences, their upbringing, maybe their schooling, their geography, but in reality, that's your individual beliefs and lifestyle and past experiences around money, that doesn't make them real. Why don't you think about what you want to believe about money, like it's a course for good, like it's an enabler of your great traits, like it's a form of energy flow and you can increase that energy flow for yourself and for others. Number four, use it for something great and use it for the greater good. If your company makes a lot of money, reinvest into your staff, reinvest into their benefits, reinvest into marketing, reinvest into maybe building a better facility for your staff to work, reinvesting your online brand for yourself, you could buy a nice house, you could go on a nice holiday, you could treat yourself so that you're able to relax so that you can re-energize, so that you can then be more prolific and focused when it is time to go deep into work. Number five, remember people are going to judge you anyway around money whether you have a lot or not a lot, whether you're flashy or you’re subtle and humble. They're going to judge you no matter what. Number six will be that your past does not have to dictate your future. Things like your mistakes, your upbringing, they don't have to dictate the rest of your life, which for a lot of people they do. Any of your past flaws and failings and mistakes and guilt and shame and a strong emotional memory that you're holding on to that you have a big void in that does not have to dictate your future. Number seven, what it actually takes to have a comfortable amount of money. A lot of people judging people who bought Lamborghinis or travel first class are going to fancy countries all around the world when in fact, they would want a really nice car and they would want to really nice house and they would want to travel to nice destinations. Why don't you think about all the things that you want to do and you want to have and that can be material and that can be experiential, and then actually plan out those things and then use that as a motivator to go and drive you to make the money to go and do those things. Number eight, a lot of people think they're taking from poor people or other people when they're hoarding or growing wealth, that's a mistake or that's a fallacy. I would understand why people wouldn't want a huge amount of money if they felt like they were taking from everybody else but money is a constant flow of energy is constantly moving around this consumers and producers, there are givers and there are takers, money is currency, the word currency means flow. Number nine, you create much more economy, the more wealth you have, the richer you are. If you're a billionaire and you fly by private jet, you've hired the pilot, there are some maintenance people, there's the crew, there are all the big tips that you give, the drivers that pick you up there and back, all those people are able to offer their products and services to you the billionaire and they're getting employment, thanks to you having a lot more money. Number 10, ways to use your money which are really effective use of money which should get rid of any guilt or worry about money. If you want to sustainably grow and make more money and have a love affair with money that when you get some save a bit, invest a bit, spend a bit and give a bit. BEST MOMENTS “The irony of money is a lot of people think that people who are rich all they do is think about money and they're obsessed about money.” “Money doesn't really have any meaning of such other than the meaning that you place upon it.” “People think that money is evil, people think that it's greed, but no, human beings are evil and human beings are greedy.” “Money will really make you more of what you already are, it's an enabler or an amplifier.” “Experiences is the way you should use the money.” “The word currency means flow.” “Money works best when it's flowing the fastest.” “GDP is the amount of money that's flowing around an economy a given period of time.” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Website: (http://www.robmoore.com/) ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is a philanthropist and author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Website (http://www.robmoore.com/) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/https://twitter.com/robprogressive)
03/04/1920m 27s

How to Survive the Chaos in Business & Money - Survival to Scale

Every business goes through chaos through changes in culture, lots of things will go wrong in business but they don’t often get talked about. If we talk about what goes wrong hopefully we’ll be able to learn from others mistakes. Rob talks through the various challenges that he’s faced at Progressive over the years. From managing culture shifts as you grow, and mastering your emotions, to making sure you are systemising your business. This is essential listening for anyone looking to grow their business and overcome some of the challenges that you will inevitably face,   Key Takeaways The growth paradox. We all are all aiming for year or year growth. But when is it enough? Wanting to grow every year is ok. The paradox is that there will be challenges. The faster you grow the more things will break. You have to get your head around the fact that the harder you grow the more complaints you’ll have. The more mature your business is it’s likely that the rate of growth will decline.   As you grow you have to start planning ahead. A lot of people have great intentions as an entrepreneur, and they make big claims but they can’t back them up. For my marketing mastermind course, I just went for it. I didn’t plan any of it or systemise it in advance. I couldn’t quite get it planned but it’s always best to plan if you can. Do you have a VA or PA? Do you have a hiring strategy? Business and chaos goes in cycles and you need both, to be able to be successful.   The Main Culture Shifts. Hiring your first staff. When you’re a one-man band you can do what you want, when you want. You represent your own brand. When you hire your own person you have to think about them, train them and plan their work. The first culture shift is when you have to train, help and support your first person. Creating A Team. When you create a team you’ll see the benefits of an effective team and how leverage works within that team. You can get 10x more work done if you focus a little bit of your time on training and supporting your team. Hiring a Manager. Some people will leave, and some people will change with it. You don’t want to be uber corporate but you do become more hierarchical. Your team will not go to you for all the answers, they will go to the manager and this can be a real culture shift. You don’t know everyone. When you have around 40 people you’ll get to that stage where you won’t know everyone in the business. Your role changes from working lots to overseeing others work. You start to get staff that hide, who don’t do as much as they should. When you can watch everyone it’s different in a small team. You will have to hire an HR department, have staff benefits and health and safety becomes more complicated.   Entrepreneurs have this fantasy around having complete freedom. You’ll have this idea that people will work for me rather than you working for anyone. But this is not always true. Noone will work for you, they will work for themselves. If you can match their values then you will create more loyalty. I try to hire people whose career is really important to them. If you understand their values then you can create the best opportunity for loyalty. I now believe that I work for my team, not they work for me. When you have a staff of 80 people you can’t do what you want although you have a degree of freedom, you also have a lot of responsibility.   When you grow mastery of your emotions is key. You can’t talk to people like a piece of shit, you can’t fire people like on the Apprentice. If you talk to people like that, then you won’t get away with it. They will defame and damage your brand online or in person. You have to manage that emotion, be respectful and strategic. Try and give feedback in a way that empowers people. People will and respect that.   What about competitors? You should not be obsessed with your competition, be obsessed about what they do. Don’t get aggressive, or go into markets just because they are. They keep you honest, and you can learn from them. Competitors will create a bigger pond overall as well. In reality, your competitors will be better in some areas than you. You should try and collaborate with them in some areas. We should be focused more on our clients rather than your competitors.   You will hit a ceiling at some point. How do you second guess them and bash through them? We’ve hit a ceiling with the training business, and we are going from 50% to 6% growth. It’s harder to continually sell a product without making something new or innovating. A new launch is exciting. If you can plan and prepare for these products then that will help.   Managing Cash. One million pounds is never actually that, as loads of people get a cut, and you might be left with 15% of that million. There are sorts of overheads and expenses when you grow. You should have a separate account for your VAT. We keep a year’s worth of operating expenses for a year in case we have no sales. We try and take money as close to the product as possible. All these costs are a reality.   You get legal issues. You can get online defamation, you can get to tribunals with staff. You have to plan and prepare for that. Your emotional management is important. If you just fire people then you can get into a tribunal situation. Manage your online reputation effectively, and deal with complaints appropriately don’t threaten to sue everyone.    Balancing Multiple Streams of Income. If you only have one income stream you are at risk. If you do too many things, then you can get overwhelmed and you break. It’s completely chaotic, and you don’t go deep enough down in one model to be successful at it. Mark and I have maybe 8 or 9 streams of income. We take on one thing at a time, systemise the past things, and layer them up over each other. Systemise one a year. It’s important to have multiple streams of leads as well.   New Sources of marketing. Marketing is the most important function. Without any interest and leads, there is no money to convert. Without marketing your business will fail. Marketing is about ROI, rather than the overall cost of marketing.   Your ongoing energy. Make sure you have a variety but not too much. Being around people that I like. Having the freedom to do things that I want to. Are you doing the things that you enjoy? Are you reinventing yourself every few years? You’ll have to seek out the things that you enjoy. I have managed to keep that energy in the business. It might just be a really good conversation or documentary. The energy of your business comes from you.   Market Trends. What is happening in the market? How is VR going to affect training business? What technological innovations are there that will affect your business? Are you on top of that, and how will you adapt? Do you have enough time to work on that high-level areas?   Systems and Processes. Fundamentally you should be documenting everything that you do. Have you got a system in place, a specific processed way of getting an outcome whether it’s sales or finance? One page checklists are the best to operate. Sometimes they can have screen grabs or audio notes. But remember people still perform processes.   Best Moments ‘The faster you grow the more things will break.’ ‘You have to get over tour perfectionist edge.’ ‘I’d rather be reactive to growth than not have growth.’ ‘Business is chaos.’ ‘As you get bigger, you will have to get managers.’ ‘Having a team will mean you see the benefits of leverage.’ ‘You need to keep the feel of when you’re a one-man band.’ ‘You have to keep the culture throughout your business.’ ‘Your role will change.’ ‘Being an entrepreneur is about continuously solving problems.’ ‘Try and give feedback in a way that empowers people. ‘ ‘You have to manage that emotion, and be respectful and strategic.’ ‘Don’t get in fights that aren’t worth fighting.’ ‘Sometimes in critical feedback, there is some truth in there.’ ‘Focus on your own business, not your competitors.’ ‘We should be focused more on our clients rather than your competitors.’ ‘If you get complacent then you are dead.’ ‘Don’t mistake passion for not being in control of your emotions.’ ‘None has control or the right for any market.’ ‘One million pounds is not as much as you think. There are always expenses.’ ‘Online reputation management is really key and important.’ ‘Marketing is the most important aspect of a business.’ ‘Always test new ways of doing marketing.’ ‘It’s all about ROI data into your marketing.’ ‘People still perform processes.’ ‘Can you reinvent yourself every few years?’ VALUABLE RESOURCES The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
28/03/1954m 18s

6 Ways to £30k in 30-90 Days

You can make money quicker and easier than you think! If ever money’s tight lately or just wanted to try out your business plans, then this episode of The Money Podcast is for you. Rob offers the 6 proven ways to raise £30,000 in just 30-90 days. Believe it or not, reaching your target in no time is doable! These ways can give you the quick cash you need but remember that you have to be motivated enough to be trained and to do them. Once you’ve learned everything, then you’re set to go and will be earning the £30K in less than 3 months! If you have loved ones or colleagues who are looking for ideas to reach £30K easily, then make sure to share today’s episode! KEY TAKEAWAYS 6 Ways to £30K! Launch a webinar. You can prepare a 90-120 minute of great monetizable content and promote it on social media for free. This can help you sell your ideas, products, and services. If you don’t have anything to sell, sell others’ products and services as an affiliate. Start a mastermind. A mastermind can consist of between 6 to 15 people. If you offer a nice yearly deal for mastermind-ing, then people will be interested, and you’ll be earning enough money. Sell the stuff that you are not using and want. Posting them online is the easiest way to reach more people. This one’s a quick solution if you really want fast money. Look at refinancing an asset. Ask your broker if you could refinance and pay less per month. Ask if you can change your mortgage deal or lessen the fees you pay for the recent months. Do a product or service launch. Build up a pre-launch, the launch, a post-launch, and the closing. Post ads on every social media. Packaging and selling property deals. Early investors might not have big deposits. Deal packaging – selling deals to other investors Launch a course. What could you do better that your new and existing followers demand? You can go for lower volume, higher fee or post it online for a higher volume and at a lower fee. BEST MOMENTS “You have to have the credibility on the thing that you mastermind on.” “What do you know? And, what do you do better than everyone else?” “You will sell a lot more products in the short amount of time if you have a proper launch process.” “When you stack it all up, there’s a lot of more reach out there than you think. Now, if you’re smart, you’ll continually put content out there.” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Money Podcast iTunes | Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
21/03/1916m 15s

Cash; When & How Much Should You Pay Yourself?

Cash is one of the best sounding words in the English language. It’s something that we all need to live, but can be difficult to sustain cash flow when you’re starting a new business. Business owners will often wait years to take any money out of their business to pay themselves due to feelings of guilt. This is a key question for all business owners, when do they decide to pay themselves and take money out of the business. Rob this week talks through why you should be paying yourself first and why incremental increases in that amount are key to not putting your business under too much pressure. If you’ve started a business recently and you're struggling to pay yourself through guilt this is the episode for you.   Key Takeaways Pay yourself first. A lot of people decide to pay school fees, their sky subscription, and everything else before they pay themselves. Have a direct debit out into your savings, and then what’s left is for your bills. Then there is always the question of: ‘What if I don’t have enough money?’ If you didn’t have enough to cover your expenses then at least you know how much you need to earn extra. These costs are not necessarily fixed. There are two ways of increasing your disposable income reducing costs or earning more money. There are lots of ways of earning a bit extra, working overtime, starting a part-time business. Make sure that all that extra income is paid to you however rather than another expense.   A lot of people in business wait until two years down the line to pay themselves from their business when they can pay themselves a decent salary. When you start a business you will have a certain amount of investment costs. Even if you don’t have an office or staff, there is still costs needed in terms of time, or hosting. Mark and I didn’t take anything in the first few months, and then we nudged what we took out every month following that. If you nudge your money up that you take out every month it forces growth. If you do this incrementally, don’t take out a large chunk all at once as that will be a bigger shock for your business. A grand a month extra sales in your business is achievable.  A small increment is much more manageable, something like a 10% increase than taking out a whole salary in one go. It’s more of a shock for your business taking out a large amount of money. If you want to spend £300 every month on a specific item like a car. Then you need to earn £600 a month because there will always be more expenses like maintenance etc.   Your future business is the marketing you do today. Spending, testing, and tracking your marketing spend is key. We spend around £200,000 a month on marketing which relative to our turnover, is reasonable. You should be aiming to increase your costs that are linked to sales. Fixed overheads are where you get stuck but variable costs like marketing it’s important to spend in those areas. If you could spend £10 and get £20 back then you would be spending thousands on that.   A lot of people have guilt about taking money from their business. You were born to self actualise, you are allowed to pay your bills. You were born as a human being to maximise your potential; earning money and growing your reach are all part of that. You deserve to be paid. If you are selling your business then the value of your business will be devalued if you're not paying yourself enough money.   You will be less open to scams when you have cash reserves. They keep you calm. You can pay yourself.   Best Moments ‘Pay yourself first.’ ‘Starting a business is like planting a seed it won’t grow tomorrow.’ ‘If you nudge your money up, it forces growth. You keep down expenses, and drive up sales.’ ‘Incrementally increasing the money you pay yourself is much more palatable.’ ‘Only draw out what your business can afford.’ ‘The business you have today, is the marketing you did yesterday.’ ‘Fixed overheads are where you get stuck.’ ‘Incrementally is really important.’ ‘Incrementally increase your marketing budget.’ ‘Don’t grab a load of money from your business.’ ‘You might need the cash reserves.’ ‘Everytime you increase your income save part of it, and spend part of it.’ ‘Always earn more than the expense that you want.’ ‘Your future business is the marketing that you today.’   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
14/03/1919m 26s

Money Metric: The Most Important Financial Figure in Business (LCV)

Often people don’t know all the numbers for their business, they don’t know what different lead sources they have, the quality of those leads and how much their acquisition costs are? There is one metric however that all businesses should be focused on, their Lifetime Client Value. Rob, in the latest episode of The Money Podcast talks through how you can work this out for your business and why it’s so important to develop your business and grow profits.   Key Takeaways LCV: Lifetime Client Value - This is the value to you, in total, per client for the lifetime of that client. It’s the most important metric in any business. If you don’t know this, then you have no idea whether you should be finding new clients, creating new products for your existing clients, or selling the same products more to the,.   If you know this then you can loss-lead at the front. I often do training courses, and events that are cheaper at first, but people are then able to buy more expensive products. This works with serviced accommodation where you can sell back to the same clients. What can you afford to pay to acquire a client, is a really important number to work out.   A new customer is likely to be 4x as expensive as old customers. Once a customer has paid for your products then they have overcome the biggest friction point so it gets easier after that. You already have the trust of those people, and they are being bombarded with marketing from everyone else, so use that advantage.   LCV is: Total Sales/Total unique clients. You want to measure this every 6-12 months. You could rest from getting new customers, and focus on your current customers for a time period, which could dramatically your profit and reduce your cost.   As your LCV goes up, you can then reinvest that money in the front end of marketing, so you are gaining more customers. Variable costs like marketing you want to be testing and investing all the time. It’s wise to have 20% of your marketing budget which you can use to test and willing to lose.   MAC - Maximum Acquisition Cost - This should be about 50% of your net profits. Not all client sources are the same. You could have a Groupon client and then you could have generic clients from your website who’ve done a lot of research. You might find that the people who come through your website, could be spending a lot more on your products, but making very little money on the Groupon deals. So it’s important to track where you leads come from.   If you grow fast then your LCV could go down because everything is chaos. If you grow fast then sometimes the things that make LCV increase with like good customer service, etc aren’t there. So it’s a process of growing and contracting your business to grow your LCV.   Referrals. The happiest clients are the ones who are going to give you the best referrals. Increasing your LCV means that you have clients who invested heavily in your business which can lead to more and better quality referrals.   Best Moments ‘If you no this then you can loss-lead at the front.’ ‘Sometimes things are harder than you think, but sometimes they are easier.’ ‘LCV is the most important metric for every business.’ ‘What can you afford to pay to gain that client.?’ ‘You need a staircase of products, once your clients have come on board.’ ‘80% of our products you won’t see if you haven’t completed a certain level of training.’ ‘A new customer is likely to be 4x as expensive as old customers.’ ‘AOV - Is the average value that your client purchases.’ ‘It’s wise to have 20% of your marketing budget which you can use to test and willing to lose.’ ‘Unless you test you don’t know.’ ‘MAC - Maximum Acquisition Cost - This should be about 50% of your net profits.’ ‘The happiest clients are the ones who are going to give you the best referrals’   VALUABLE RESOURCES   Business Breakthrough Summit Multiple Stream of Property Income   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”   CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
07/03/1918m 45s

The Easiest Money You’ll Make in 2 (Simple) Steps

Why you should be asking for referrals today?  All business get referrals, but when do you actively ask for them? Most rely on word of mouth, or their clients initiative to refer others to their business. In the latest episode of Money, Rob talks through why we should all be asking for referrals from our clients and customers. In a simple ttwo-step solution you’ll hear how you can increase your sales by referrals. Don’t wait for others to refer you, take action today to get more sales through referrals.     Key Takeaways  Do you go to your followers and ask for referrals? I recently bought a record deck that is worth around £20,000 but I got a really good deal at around £9,000. I had wanted this deck for a while so asked around to some friends who are also into Hi-Fi. It turns out that a friend of a friend of a friend new how to get one after a friend had tragically recently died and had left the Hi-Fi. I wouldn’t have been able to buy this Hi-Fi if I a hadn’t asked. What might look like serendipity on the outside all came about because I asked.   I’ve come up with a two-step process for asking for referrals:  Reach out to your customers, clients, leads and followers. Ask them for some feedback on your services. What should we stop? Start? And Change? As well what you are good at. Ten give them a gift for their feedback, a consultation call, or a free gift of some kind.   Two or three weeks later publish the results. State what the feedback was and how you are addressing it. Then give them a special offer for a new product or ask them to refer your business.   Imagine if you did a personal reach out. This process gives you feedback and then hopefully you are gaining 1-3 times more business in the same year. In the 60 or so marketing plans that I’ve read recently for a marketing mastermind not even five of them are not doing this. People get natural referrals, buy you should be asking for them as well. Think about what profit you make on each product and how much of that you would give away to gain a new customer. Then give that number away in terms of cash, or discount in exchange for a referral from that customer.     Business are often not strategically building a referral system. In the first of these examples, you are you are directly making a pitch to your existing customers who are easier to sell to by the way. The second you are asking for a referral. Most people are getting their business through word of mouth which is accidental. Start gaining business through strategic referrals.     This year we are holding a party for our most loyal clients. We asked our team for the top fifty clients. I was shocked at how much they had paid over the years getting close to 40K. We decided then to celebrate this, and have a celebration with champagne and a BBQ at my house. We’re not going to  ask them for referrals but I don’t want them for a referral. I just want to show that we care, and that they feel special.     Key things to remember about referrals 1) Ask For Referrals 2) Incentivise the action  3) Track it well  4) Make it personal for them. Say thank you.      Best Moments  ‘2 step solution to be successful at referrals.’  ‘Reach out and show gratitude.’  ‘People sometimes just love to be made appreciated.’  ‘Move from accidental referrals to strategic referrals.’  ‘Track the average order value of your client, and the average profit margin for this.’  ‘If you ask more, you get more.’  ‘The world is a mirror of you.’  ‘Some people just want to feel special.’  ‘Imagine if you did a personal reach out’  ‘How much of your profit margin would you give away to get a new client.’  ‘Incentivise and care about those who give you referrals.’  ‘Sell new products to your existing clients, they already trust you.’    VALUABLE RESOURCES  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-Learn-money-transform/dp/1473641322    ABOUT THE HOST  Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.  “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.”   CONTACT METHOD  Facebook LinkedIn
28/02/1913m 3s

The Truth About the Rich (& Those Who Hate Them)

Money makes you a happier and better person, don’t judge or stereotype the rich simply learn how to be successful and remain hungry and humble. In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob Moore discusses the traits of billionaires and how you can put them into practice in your own life and business. Beware you may dislike some of these traits... KEY TAKEAWAYS You cannot judge or stereotype the rich. There is no one type of greedy evil bastard billionaire and the fact is every human being has every trait. Stop telling yourself that the rich person is making you feel really shit about yourself because you’re skint. You can be more so stop being the victim and making excuses. The reality of rich people, billionaires and millionaires, is that they are human beings who have their own individual traits, some are great and some are traits you don't admire. Some of the traits you could model and own because you admire them. It might be a vision, it might be the ability to take rejection, it might be the consistent pursuit of a goal. It might be that they know how to spot a business opportunity in the early infant stages that go wild and grow with vast scale, they know how to scale a business, they know how to deal with big legal cases and reputational issues. These are all skills that they have the skills that they've developed in the pursuit of making millions or billions. Every human being can be greedy and a billionaire can be greedy and a skint person can be greedy also. You cannot judge millionaires and billionaires and put them in a box or a stereotype, all you can do is understand that they know how to make money. Traits of billionaires. A vision that is vast and has a huge ability to scale. People who have global and national vision usually become very wealthy because there are more people to reach. The second thing is you need to have a business model that is scalable. The reality is a billionaire has traits that you'd like to model to self actualize and every billionaire also has traits that you don't like or aspire to be and you don't want to be like, so don't judge the person, judge the traits because every person has traits that you admire and every personality traits that you want to disown, but also challenge yourself to be open-minded to learn from people you don't necessarily connect with or relate to. Stop judging yourself and comparing yourself to the successful people or billionaires because that will lower your self-esteem and you will never achieve your success. Are you prepared to get out of your own way and learn what it takes to be successful, to be wealthy? BEST MOMENTS “You cannot judge or stereotype the rich.” “Money makes you happy and a better person.” “Positioning yourself as a student is the greatest gift you can give yourself.” “ If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-Learn-money-transform/dp/1473641322 A book called How to be a billionaire by Martin Princeton. ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
21/02/1912m 54s

The 6 S Stages of a Sustainable Business: Staffing

Working on your business and not in your business is essential for growth so understanding how to hire the right staff and create the right systems is vital for your business's success. In today’s episode, Rob shares with you the four staffing strategies to implement in your business, ten important things to know about staffing and hiring and the top five sources for recruitment. If you want to become a better leader, founder, entreprneur and business owner you need to empower your employees, inspire them and motivate them to succeed. If you’re looking to build an empire and create a legacy you need to grow your business and work towards the big picture you’ve set yourself, and if you want all of this tune in today to hear how. KEY TAKEAWAYS Four staffing strategies to implement in your business. Don’t hire until everything breaks. Keep a lean overhead until your stress levels reach overwhelm. It is then when you should begin staffing-up. Hire in advance (3-6months) this means you can onboard them, train them and systemise them so they’re up to speed for when you actually need them. This is more proactive. Always be recruiting and rolling out ads on LinkedIn and recruitment websites. This will give you a contingency in your business for when staff leave or go on maternity leave. Lots of modern business outsource and use VA’s as their workforce. This can keep the costs down and the business lean. However, you might not have that buzz around the office and be able to train/impact on your staff if they’re outside or external to the business. Staffing and whether you choose to insource or outsource will depend on your business and your business values. Ten things to know about staffing and systems There are three stages to consider when working on your business.  Your own tasks, business systems and processes and staffing and hiring. It can be chaotic as an entreprneur as you’ll find yourself doing all three. The solution, to focus on leveraging and managing people to inspire and motivate them so that they will take your company to the next level. If you want to grow you have to let go. You’ve got to let your employees manage projects and allow them to thrive, whilst you won’t want to let go of the project yourself you can set them KPI’s to keep them on track. To de-risk staffing, you can manage your employees with minimum standards or performance (MSOP) ideally linked to revenue targets. In the first 1-2 years of employment, you have a lot of rights when it comes to employing staff. Your employees are intrapreneurs and not entrepreneurs so they’re not the same as you. To get clarity when hiring make sure you have clear job descriptions. This includes the company values, vision, job, role, KRA’s (Key results areas) and IGT (income generating tasks) The structure, operations, function and purpose of your business and staff roles needs to be put into an operations manual and check-list. This will make your business more dynamic, scalable and saleable. Create a good onboarding time to allow your new staff to learn the business the systems and the processes. Judge them on effort and not results and let them learn the culture of your business. There are three things proven to be more important than salary for your employees. Progression, Recognition and Autonomy (PRA) make sure you address all of these with every member of each team. An entrepreneur and a manager are different they have different pros and cons. An entreprneur creates the vision and the big picture and the manager is more organised and methodical so work out which one you are. Balance excitement with realism and you’ll have a great balance for your team. Should you hire on aptitude or attitude? Their skill-set or their mindset? You should aim for a balance of both when hiring for your business. Culture and values are important to hiring, this is the personality of your business and what makes you special. This should be prevalent in your recruiting and communicated to your staff. Top five sources for recruitment Local recruitment agencies Specific agencies (IT agencies, Sales agencies etc) LinkedIn Referrals from staff (commission based) Asking on social media (Facebook) BEST MOMENTS “Become a better leader, founder and entrepreneur and inspire people to work for you. There’s great leverage in working with people you’ll help them and you’ll help yourself.” “For most entrepreneurs, they will get busy and make money before hiring people. They will usually hire reactively.” “Always be recruiting” “People are your greatest asset” “Learn how to work on your job, not in your job.” “Every entreprneur and every business goes through a growth cycle. Every business that has one-thousand employees started with one.” “Every salesperson should bring in three times their salary” “The three most important hires are a marketing person, assistant admin, sales and an operations manager”   VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob Moore’s six month model for building a scalable and sustainable business. Module 1: Start-up Module 2: Sales Module 3: Systems & staffing Module: Survival Module 4: Scaling Module: Sustainability Rob More - Money Onlinejobs.ph Upwork.com 99designs.com ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” and “The Money Podcast” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
14/02/1935m 11s

9 Common Money Hangs Ups (& How to Cure Them)

If you want to learn about the common money hang-ups and how to cure them? this episode is for you. Catch Rob Moore as he discusses nine of the most common hang-ups around money and shares with you the way you can solve them. KEY TAKEAWAYS   Common money hang-ups.   Number one; staying in a relationship, partnership or dependency because you fear not having enough money. Many people have become comfortable relying on or trapped in a partnership or relationship where they are not the main money earner. Over time, they build the belief that they can't earn their own money without the partner and they get themselves stuck. Point number two; never spending it through fear of not having it or losing it. The world will give more to a giver and money needs to flow to function fully. Sometimes you have to invest and speculate to accumulate, sometimes you have to spend a little more to attract even more. Number three; accepting low money standards. If we have low self-worth, we may accept low money standards, such as taking work that is beneath us, a salary that doesn't match our skills and experience or doing free or cheap work for other people or companies that makes no profit or worse a loss. Number four; money related extreme emotions and addictions. We tend to spend money on things we value the most and our values are often areas where we have voids in our life that we are trying to fill. Number five, association with money you inherit, borrowed or get gifted. If you come into money you didn't earn, once you have the money, you don't have the education and experience gained earning the money. People can feel a great sense of fear and responsibility managing money borrowed, gifted or inherited. Solution. The solution to these two opposing extremes associated with money you didn't earn is to act and behave as you did earn it, treat it with the utmost respect, take responsibility to learn and manage and master money. Number six; spending on others to buy their love and attention or to heal them or yourself. Many people desire to be liked or loved, we crave the attention we need the healing of ourselves through the love of others. Solution; You do other things to get people's love like acts of kindness, acts of help and support and non-material things which may have even deeper value. Point seven; if I have more others will have less. People say that the rich take from the poor and those that have vast amounts of money are depriving others of it and many people don't want to feel like they're taking from others and so unconsciously push money away from them. That’s not the case because money tends to flow from those who value at least to those who value it most. The rich get richer, despite getting taxed and generating commerce and economy the most, the reality always is that money will find its way back to those who know how to manage it, master it, create and produce and offer value in exchange for it. Number eight; not good receivers, so don't receive more. Many people are not good receivers of money. They have fierce independence and feel like they have to be in control of everything themselves and never receive any help and they may see receiving as a weakness or they may have built around receiving money from others in the form of gifts, loans, salaries and fees. Number nine; people give it all away through guilt, shame and lack of deserving. This can be in the form of charity, donations, overspending on others, lack of budgeting and emotional or addictive spending. BEST MOMENTS “If you know a partnership or relationship is wrong, do not trap yourself in it forever because you feel you have no other choice.” “Know that money is an abundant, almost infinite resource and know that you have unlimited earning potential if you know your own worth and learn to manage and master money.” “The world will give more to a giver.” “Sometimes you have to invest and speculate to accumulate, sometimes you have to spend a little more to attract even more.” “You have to give to receive.” “People often use spending to alleviate pain, whether that's retail therapy to calm or suppress emotions, or for the thrill and exhilarating experiences.” Money tends to fuel and exaggerate things and it will make you more of who you already are.” “Money tends to flow from those who value at least to those who value it most.” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Money Podcast with Rob Moore https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-money-podcast/id1358672174?mt=2 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/progressiveproperty/the-money-podcast https://robmoore.com/the-money-podcast/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1916m 18s

'How to be a Billionaire' | Interview With Author & Wall Street Investor Martin Fridson

Why settle for aiming to be a millionaire if you could just go for it and set your goal to be a billionaire? In this episode of the Money Podcast, Rob chats with Martin Fridson, a CFA and the author of “How To Be A Billionaire.” Martin’s book has been one of the top non-fiction bestsellers and has helped many people on reaching – not just getting near – their goals. Discover today how a billionaire’s mindset and personality differ from a millionaire. It’s true also that along the way, there will always be challenges, detours, and people who would definitely put your guard down. Learn how the classic and modern billionaires dealt with these so you’ll have the basis on how to face such and stay focused on becoming a billionaire. Aside from these, Rob and Martin also talk about Martin’s career and his book. When you walk the road to being a billionaire, do you wish to be greedy and capitalistic? Or do you want to be generous and philanthropic? Listen in, so you know how to balance your life, how to give back, and how to live your billionaire life to the fullest. KEY TAKEAWAYS What does a billionaire know that a millionaire doesn't yet know? "Really understanding that it is possible to achieve, that’s the most significant difference." You have to be extremely focused if you want to be a billionaire. "What comes first is the focus in business building and enterprise." Greedy and capitalist vs generous and philanthropic. Many billionaires had some issue with their dealings in their business, but once they have turned to philanthropy, they put their eyes on socially-relevant projects. For example, John D Rockefeller helped in a significant project of eradicating the hookworm disease. Three things you need to ready yourself with when you want to become a billionaire: Scale, Timing, and the ability to take rejection. Scale: Deciding on whether to make it to a national or international scale is very essential. To get into a billionaire status, you have to reach certain boundaries. Timing: The rapid growth right now is your cue to start moving to become a billionaire. Know the trends, so you know when's the right time to scale up or introduce new products & services. The personality of a billionaire: You have to have a thick skin to succeed. The downsides and upsides observed by Martin on starting billionaires: Example of a downside: People they interact with may think that they got the shorter end of a deal. Most of the time, this sparks the altercation between the parties – i.e. the individual getting sued. Upsides: Billionaires give essential contributions to the community. For example, in the restaurant industry, companies are starting to listen to the consumer demand of being provided with healthy options. A lot of companies also are at the forefront of the revolution in technology. BEST MOMENTS "There's this line of huge vision and craziness." “There are unquestionably dislocations when innovation comes along, when there's disruption, ultimately winds up better. it's important not to be cavalier about this to understand the effects of that dislocation towards solutions for those that wind up on the wrong end." "You have to have the incentive of profit to take the risk and do all the work, do all the regulation, construction and competition... and that's the reward." “I think that in many cases, they[billionaires] really feel that it’s important for everyone to have the opportunity they have. They appreciate what capitalism has made possible for them. They know that without the education they received, they wouldn’t have been able to exploit those opportunities. I think they feel a great sense of injustice that we haven’t reached the stage where everyone has the educational opportunity.” VALUABLE RESOURCES How to be a Billionaire: Proven Strategies from the Titans of Wealth by Martin Fridson The Money Podcast with Rob Moore |iTunes |Stitcher|Omny ABOUT THE GUEST Martin Fridson is a Certified Financial Adviser, a financial writer and the author of “How To Be A Billionaire”. According to the New York Times, he is “one of Wall Street’s most thoughtful and perceptive analysts”. In 2002, Martin was named the Financial Executive of the Year by the Financial Management Association International. He is also the youngest person ever inducted into the Fixed Income Analysts Society Hall of Fame. Martin Fridson Official Website Email him at ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob’s Facebook Rob’s LinkedIn
11/02/191h 32m

Giving Discounts: The True 'Cost'

The customer isn’t always right and offering discounts come with disadvantages in both the short and long-term perception or your business. In today’s episode, Rob talks about pricing your product or service accordingly and the effects it can have on your business when you price correctly for your marketplace. Tune in today to hear why exchanging products and services at a fair price will have a positive effect on your business. KEY TAKEAWAYS The potential cost of giving big discounts to your customers or even giving some things away for free is that when you give too much away or too bigger discounts or your prices are too low, you can often attract the wrong kind of clients. Don’t discount and have really low prices to attract the Kindle kind of buyers into your business who won't find value in your product but will just consume your overhead for nothing. It's a sweet kind of business because there will be some cash flow but I would not advise anyone to give big discounts because there will be no much of a profit margin. If you sell products and services, you want those customers to go to the high volume, low margin providers. What you should do. Think about the positioning of who you're trying to attract and price accordingly, up your prices probably. If you’re a coach or consultant and you're giving a lot of free advice, and you're helping a lot of people and you're feeling a bit resentful, you've got to put your prices up, you've got to put a price wall in the way to test the seriousness of your audience. When you sell your products or even books at a discounted price, people are expecting when they read that book to be made a millionaire overnight or for it to be amazing or perfect and as soon as the slightest thing isn't right for them, they're going to go and leave a massive one-star review about your product and complain about it. They're the probably the kind of people that are cheating, trying to get everything for free, trying to screw over providers, they just want to go and bitch and moan about everything. You should even up your prices by 20%, and it's not going to affect your business in any way, you're going to attract better clients who have more money, who are the right type in the right niche for you, you're going to have higher margin, therefore, you've got more money to reinvest into better products and services. You should never give discounts to products that a fee is attached to because it would not be fair for people who had already bought it at the original price before the discount, some of those customers that had bought it that way may come back to you with a lot of complaints and you may end up losing a lot of money. BEST MOMENTS “I don't want to save everyone, I don't want to help everyone and I only want to help people who want to help themselves.” “Pricing in business is a perception.” “When they pay for something at a fair price, they see the value because the value is a perception as much as it is a reality.” “Stuff that should have a big fee attached to it should have a big fee attached to it and it shouldn't ever be discounted.” “I don't think we're in an age where the customer is always right.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLtKal0qTf3klDUr7JS_L9Q ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLtKal0qTf3klDUr7JS_L9Q
11/02/1911m 33s

10 Reasons People Are Skint or Poor

It’s high time you stop sulking in that corner about you being poor. Let’s admit it, we all have desired more wealth than what we have right now. In this episode of The Money Podcast, we take the first step – acknowledging the wrong things we do. Rob prepared the list of Top 10 reasons why you are poor or skint. It takes guts to admit to oneself that you have done things (and are still doing things) that let you live in this hell hole. Discover today how you can flip things around and earn more money when you tune in. KEY TAKEAWAYS What’s the difference between being skint and being poor? Skint – People who were raised in an environment where there are available resources like books and the internet to learn about money. Poor – People who don’t have the means to get their hand on resources. Top 10 Reasons You’re Skint or Poor You just don’t have the opportunity. We’re talking about people who live in the least developed countries who also have no access to clean water and our economically vulnerable. You don’t have the right financial education. It’s not your fault. Financial education isn’t really taught in schools. Money isn’t really important to you. You spend money on things that make you feel good but doesn’t really look into earning, saving, and investing more. You haven’ found the right business model. You might have a business model that doesn’t work or isn’t just perfect for you. You’re not prepared to take a risk. You have to believe in yourself that you could do more and you’re worth it. Always go for something that will benefit you more. You don’t embrace marketing. Learn about tactics that could bring you a lot of money. Sales put your products and services out there, and marketing is the inbound interest of people to your products and services. You spend more than you earn. Keep track of your expenses before it gets worse. Spend within your means. You don’t take responsibility. Stop blaming people for your own actions. Own up and take the necessary steps to get out of the sinkhole. You’re envious and jealous you’re not rich. Instead, be motivated and concentrate on how to increase your finances. Every wealthy person that Rob met has honored trait, built talents, and gain experience. You’re on the right path, you just didn’t do long enough. It takes patience and persistence to earn the target money you want. Reach that goal. BEST MOMENTS “You’ve got to take progressively more increased risks if you want to earn more money and get out of being skint and start making it.” “There’s a lot of things you can do and generate money, but virtually, the dam opener or the block on all of them is sales and marketing.” “If you spend more than you earn, you go backwards; if you earn more than you spend, you go forward.” “Even if other people are sabotaging you and your progress, you have to be responsible, otherwise you can’t control it.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-Learn-money-transform/dp/1473641322 ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/ LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/199m 39s

Dramatically Increasing Sales, Leads And a Formula For Wealth

Sales are the lifeblood of any business, if you don't sell, you won’t make any money and if you hate selling, you can't run a business. In this episode, Rob dives into the art of sales and shares with you how you can dramatically increase sales, generate more leads and create a formula for wealth, in business and in life. KEY TAKEAWAYS Selling. Sales are the lifeblood of any business. You don't sell, you don't make any money. If you hate selling, you can't run a business.   Three ways to increase sales. Number one is to generate more leads. Generating more leads is not selling directly, it’s actually marketing. If you double the leads, you will be doing double the sales hence more money coming in your way. Marketing and generating leads can actually supersede sales, automate the selling but always monitor. The second way to dramatically increase sales is the better conversion of sales. The second way in terms of conversion is based on your selling ability. Are you good at selling? are your online assets such as your website, your checkout pages, your landing pages, your sales pages, your sales team or online engines and apps set up and optimised? All the areas of the conversion environment, your OPT in pages, your ability to sell when you're selling one too many, maybe as a public speaker, or on a webinar or doing podcasts or selling one to one in a consultative environment. Are you increasing your selling ability? The third way to increase sales is to improve your product your service your offer, the irresistible nature of your offer or the bespoke nature of your offer? Is it really what people want? Is it for modern times? Does it solve a problem? Does it make people's lives easier, faster or better? Have you revolutionized it, have you created a version two of it? Continually evolve and improve your product. Sales and marketing and how they interact. Marketing is getting people in the shop and sales are when they're in the shop selling them the products and services you have in the shop.   The formula for wealth. Wealth equals value plus fair exchange times leverage. Value is, if your product or service has high value, it should sell well. Fair exchange is, is there a good price which is a client deems to be good value, but not too cheap, it can actually not sell well if it has good value, if it’s over or underpriced. Leverage is how many customers, clients, followers, fans, how many referrals you're making, how much volume of sales you're doing, and what countries you are in.   Stages of selling. Stage one is to connect and that is to find the client, to get the attention that is to engage with them whether it's online or on the phone, it is an introduction. Stage two is the building of the rapport and forming that connection. That's the common ground. That's the rapport. That's, we're starting to like each other.’ We like the look of you, as a business person, or as a salesperson. Stage three is establishing the need. What’s the problem they have, what’s the pain they have, what’s the desire that they have, what do they want solving? Stage four is clarifying and restating that need. You confirm the need that they've said, the problem that they've got, the solution that they desire, and you restate it for clarity. Stage five then is to create the value. Create a product or solution tailored to your customers. Stage six then is to close. You've got to make the sales and you've got to ask for the money. Stage seven then is to deliver the product or service. Stage eight is asking for referrals.   BEST MOMENTS “Sales are the lifeblood of any business.” “You don't sell, you don't make any money.” “If you hate selling, you can't run a business.” “Marketing is getting people in the shop and sales are when they're in the shop selling them the products and services you have in the shop.” “If you don't like selling which a lot of people don't, then leverage or outsource it to someone else.” “The product sells itself, it doesn't, you've got to sell it but the better the product is, the easier it is to sell.” “Wealth equals value plus fair exchange times leverage.” “Objections are there to give you feedback to tell you that something is misaligned between you and the client and the offer and the need.” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-Learn-money-transform/dp/1473641322 ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1932m 45s

The Single Best (Only?) Hedge Against the Recession/Crash is This

Welcome back to another episode of the Money podcast with your host Rob Moore. In this episode, Rob talks through the steps that you need to take to ride out the next recession. There is talk of a recession in the not too distant future, the property market that might crash and of course the uncertainty over Brexit. Rob gives you the single best way to ride out the next recession whenever it might happen. Key Takeaways Single Biggest Hedge Against a Recession is to have cash. When things are going well, people think that they will always go well. There is no fear. They might overspend, and reduce their investing criteria. Then they over-correct when things do go badly. Having cash to cover running costs whilst others are going out of business is essential. Prepare and build a war chest for the next recession. As soon as a recession ends begin preparing a war chest for the next one in maybe 10 or 12 years time. War chests are not just cash, it’s your access to finance, your network, your JV. It’s your access to cash. Every asset class has a different price cycle. Don’t judge an overall economy or recession as one, look at different assets. They all have different cycles. Watches, for example, are going up in price, but other things like the London property market are decreasing. Know each cycle so you know when to sell and when to buy. You Don’t Want To Get Greedy. Save half of your profits in assets or in a bank somewhere. This will be your war chest to ride out the next recession. Ride it out when everyone else is going bust. If you do have cash then you will be able to take advantage of a recession through your purchasing power. You can then buy assets at a cheaper price. Plan your burn rate, that if you had no sales in 12 months, how much money you need to save to cover those costs. Best Moments ‘Cash rides out all difficulty.’ ‘Observe the masses and do the opposite.’ ‘Stash half your profit to build up a war chest.’ ‘Control what you can.’ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/199m 0s

The Magic Bullet to Increase Money & Profit

In this episode, Rob talks through the magic bullet to increase profit, and therefore how much money you have. Rob talks about his own journey at Progressive Property in setting up the VIP programme and shares some of the key learnings from that process. If you want to increase your profits and money this is the podcast for you. Key Takeaways Target Your Best 20% of customers. These are the clients that you want to keep. They pay regularly and are not always looking for a discount. The aim is to keep this 20% and increase that number with similar type of clients. Have A Specific Target In Your Marketing. Place in your marketing that you will only work with people who have 1-5 properties for example. This means that you will say no to others. This has to be really clear in your marketing. Put Up Your Prices. If you have sold out of things before you have made them then you are able to increase prices. This is the easiest way to increase your profit. The hardest step is taking the plunge. The Right Clients Leave. The difficult part is making the change, making the decision to increase prices. Some clients will leave but they will be the clients that you want to leave. They will make room for other clients with better spending power. You Have To Say That I’m Worth More. An easy way increase profits is to incrementally increase your prices by 5% each year for example. This is preferable to increasing your prices in one year by 70%. Best Moments ‘Your probably missing the business you don’t want.’ ‘All your rejected clients know that you are a future potential partner.’ ‘The magic bullet is to increase your prices for an easy way to increase profit.’ ‘The clients that leave make room for clients with higher spending power.’ ‘People pay based on value not on price.’ Valuable Resources ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1911m 26s

Live Radio Interview on Money, Assets, Mentors & Debt

In this episode Rob explains the fundamental approaches required to always manage money effectively. He explains how to put money into assets not liabilities and how to move to a position where you can help others. Anyone who wants to be more, do more, have more, make more, wants to start or scale a business or have extra income and wants to learn how to do it should be listening to Rob Moore and The Disruptive Entrepreneur podcast.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Assets Try to buy an asset so the income can pay off the debt. If you buy, a buy to let property, your tenant pays the rent which covers the mortgage and maintenance and you’re left with the rest to use as you like. It’s better to have the income from the assets to pay with than pay with capital.   Preserve capital at all costs. capital attracts more capital but if you spend it before you build it you can’t attract more. There’s a selfish and selfless balance here that reflects life.   Mentors Your life can change with a mentor. Lots of entrepreneurs are able to make money but they can also lose money. You don’t know what you don’t know. A mentor can really alter your business journey.   Debt When you’re in debt its ok to focus on that and getting out of that. Once you have moved out of debt it’s about looking after your immediate family ensuring that everything you want for them is in place.   Helping Others Great thing about life is if you help others you get rewarded too. Writing books that help other people but that you also get paid for is an example of the selfish selfless balance.   Helping others feels really good but you have to have made the money for yourself first to be able to do it     BEST MOMENTS   “I learnt to put money into assets not liabilities”   “Try to buy an asset so the income can pay off the debt”   “Once my net worth was 10 million it didn’t make me feel as good as helping others”   “It didn’t feel like I was giving value to people so that’s why I started my podcast The Disruptive Entrepreneur and started writing books that help people”     VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob More - Money     ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”     CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/196m 12s

Teaching Very Young Kids About Money

Welcome back to the Money podcast. In this episode, Rob discusses teaching very young kids about money. There's a very different understanding of what to teach kids about money, depending on how old they are. It changes over time. Today, Rob focuses on ages zero to four and shares with you five basic things you can do, to bring your kids up with an awareness, knowledge and understanding of money. KEY TAKEAWAYS Five basic things you can do to give young kids a head-start in life, inspire entrepreneurship and understand the value of money and fair exchange. When counting, get them to count with money. Simple but effective, learn to count with denominations of money. Teaching the denominations of money. This is not just pounds and notes this is all currency. When ready, get them to start earning small sums of money. This is not chores, these are additional jobs that provide value. Teach them the value of working, providing value and providing solutions. Help them understand that entrepreneurship is a merit-based reward system. Weave into stories the value of money. From a young age, you can help shape their view on money. BEST MOMENTS "Spark interest in your children at a young age so that they become intrigued in learning more about money." "Expand their mind and their ability to count to improve their awareness and knowledge around money." "When you produce something of value you'll be remunerated in salary, earnings or rewards." "Whether you like the capitalist system, it's the system that's ubiquitous in all bar a few countries" "The capitalist system is the one that we use. It's a merit reward-based system that rewards those that solve meaningful problems." "The amount of hours you work doesn't dictate the amount of money you earn" VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob More - Money Matthew Syed - You Are Awesome: Find Your Confidence and Dare to be Brilliant at (Almost) Anything ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1911m 3s

Live Money Coaching Call, Business Elements (Start-up phase)

Welcome back to the Money podcast. Today’s Rob shares with you a LIVE money coaching call covering the six elements of any business, from conception and start-up to selling or sustaining for the long term. Rob discusses Start-up, Sales, Staffing & Systems, Survival, Scaling and Sustainability with a particular focus on business start-up. Tune in now, to find out more. KEY TAKEAWAYS   Three main types of business. Part-time or side hustle. This is a business on the side where you do your main business or you have a career and maybe you're a bit of a property investor on the side or you sell a bit stuff on some e-commerce websites on the side. Lifestyle business. This is where you want a systemized you want to outsource, to leverage, you don't want to be working 60 hours a week, you want to maybe be working 10 or 15 hours a week or less. You want a remote business, you want a laptop business, and you want to be able to have your other passions, professions, vocations and vacations. An empire. An empire is for those of you that want to go global. You want to take over the world, you want to grow a big machine, and you don't mind working a lot. Elements of a business. Elements of the start-up phase. This phase has four elements. Vision. This is how do you matter and make a difference. This is what’s unique about your product, service or offer. Why should one consider you? This is what problem you solve and how you serve. The vision should inspire you and others. It should be specific and have room to grow. Values. This is what you stand for and against. Company values should be they should stem from they should branch out from your personal values. This is what’s most important for you or your enterprise. Velocity. Velocity is the speed and the direction in which you get your business out and in which you drive forward. The three main things you should focus on to create that velocity are product, customers and sales. Keep overhead lean. Be dynamic, be prolific and be agile. Version. Version 1 is a nice balance between what you love to produce and what the market wants. Version 2 will be feedback from the market what it wants more of and you'll improve at what you want to create more of.   BEST MOMENTS “When people say you can't, they usually mean they don't know how.” “Company values should be they should stem from they should branch out from your personal values.” “Do not try to be something that you're not.” Have an attitude of continual testing rather than things have to be perfect or finished because then you reduce the pressure on yourself which means you are more dynamic and you have greater velocity and you sell more stuff. VALUABLE RESOURCES Book by the name, Property investor secrets. Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/DisruptiveEntrepreneursCommunity/ ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/DisruptiveEntrepreneursCommunity/
11/02/1931m 36s

Live Money Coaching Call (Money Mindset)

Welcome back to the Money podcast. Today’s Rob shares with you a LIVE money coaching call covering money mindset, beliefs, scarcity and the formula you can follow to create money quicker, easier and serve your clients, customers, followers and fans. Learn what creates money and what repels money and understand the mindset changes you need to make if you’re going to be successful managing money.   Money is virtually infinite and it flows easier and quicker to those that serve others so when you understand the mindset fundamentals, you cannot hold a scarcity belief around money. You must hold a mindset of abundance. If you have issues understand the game of money and want to know how you can win, this episode is for you. KEY TAKEAWAYS It’s easier than ever to make money and it’s moving faster than ever before. All you need to do is create a product that can serve your audience, followers and fans with low overhead and no risk and you’ll realise that money is not hard to come by. It’s available in abundance, there’s never been more money on the planet then there is today. Learn how to forgive the people that imposed your money beliefs on you, but realise that those beliefs don’t serve you anymore. The past doesn’t have to dictate the future. Money is created by meaningful problems being solved. So identify the problems that humanity is facing. From the small and scalable to the big and vast. Work on your self-worth and find a sustainable balance so that you can make a profit through fair exchange. Fair profit (sustainable and scalable) but not that it is greedy or unrealistic. Your offer of what it is, how it works and what it can do to serve people. Create impactful and meaningful marketing that drives us to by. How are you getting your media out to the masses? How are you leveraging social media? And how are you removing the friction so that your customers can purchase your product or serve? As your money increases your previous beliefs around money erode away and your new understanding of the fundamentals surrounding money come in. When you create, serve, help and solve you will begin to see money come your way.   BEST MOMENTS “You can create information products without any physical overhead. There are more knowledge and information about money than ever before.” “Protect the downside and do the diligent research so when you go in go big.” “Money today is always worth more today than it’s worth tomorrow” Money is much easier to come by, now more than ever. You can get customers, follows and fans instantly. "Rewrite your beliefs with positive overwhelm" VALUABLE RESOURCES Rob More - Money ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1930m 33s

If You’ve Ever Lost Money, do This…

If you've ever lost money previously or you've been burnt in the past, this episode will help you get over the fear and the baggage that's stopping you invest and limiting your success. Losing money can have some benefits for your future growth. Learnings that you can take with you along the way and apply in future ventures and investments, there’s a balanced upside to losing money. Every time you lose money you learn a lot more about money than if you make money, and in today’s episode Rob show you how to win even when you think you've lost.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Any situation where you have lost money with an individual or a company ensure you write down on a piece of paper, the benefits of losing that money and what you learnt in the process. List out all of the things that were of great benefit and produced a balanced upside. Where you get voids where you've lost money, you can double down to get that money back. Create a new product or asset with future worth and you'll have learnt the valuable lessons of losing the money in the first place. So you learnt three ways. You are not a dumb business person if you invest money and it goes wrong. Mistakes are inherent in your success. The more mistakes you make and failures that you have, the more likely you are to be successful in the future. When you lose money by learning from the experience you can make it back with the knowledge that you acquire during the process. Bad decisions are just a cost of business. You can't have all of the benefits of business without the downside. However, you can offset some of these bad decisions and lost debts. BEST MOMENTS “It's rare to analyse when we do well. Usually, we analyse when we do badly.” “Don't make losing money sway you too much to one extreme. Don't be too sceptical and trust but verify, but make sure you do your own research.” “Do this exercise on people too. Learn from the bad decisions for you to win in the future.” ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1912m 45s

How to Get Out of Debt Fast - NEW Series

It doesn’t matter if you’re earning a lot of money or not. You NEED to know how to control your money and understand how to get out of debt FAST. There are two main ways to pick off all of your debts, so you can be liberated, move forward and make the money that you want and deserve. Spend less by reducing your costs and overheads. Earn more by working hard and getting creative. KEY TAKEAWAYS You’ve got fixed costs and variable costs and the key thing is to not confuse emotionally what you WANT and what you NEED. You need to pay your mortgage, you need to eat. You don’t need to go on a holiday. One way to get out of debt is to get rid of your variable spending, these are easy to reduce costs that you don’t need. For the first 6-months, get rid of the unnecessary spending and you’ll see a compounding effect. But more important than the money you save is the learning and behaviour you have whilst doing it. Getting out of debt is short-term. It’s teaching yourself how to behave, because you won’t learn to manage money or get more money than you already have without the right behaviour. Set a monthly budget and stick to it. Break it down into a weekly budget and build up your habits and your discipline and remember taxed vs non-taxed income is different. You can earn more if you’re claiming the tax back. Target the day that you’re debt reaches zero. Set a deadline and work towards it. Make it somewhere between realistic and optimistic and it will give you a hunger and drive to get there and achieve it. The vacuum law of prosperity means you can only bring in stuff once you have a void and with your new found spare time you can merge your passion and profession and work on yourself.   Every entrepreneur who has been successful has learnt how to sell or aligned themselves with someone who can sell. There’s a lot of people who are in debt solely because they can’t sell. You can sell anything, either face to face, selling products to businesses audiences and getting affiliate deals. BEST MOMENTS “The first thing you need to do is get a handle on what you’ve got and what’s going out. You need to get rid of all the want spending.” “Don’t get into the diminishing law of returns” “If you have debt that is high interest, aim to consolidate it into one. Pay off your highest interest debt first, it will pay off in the long run.” “Debt does compound, just as much as your money compounds when you’re earning money.”   ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1920m 7s

The TRUTH About Millionaires (Being/ Becoming One)

In today’s episode discover the Truth About Millionaires, If you want to become one and if it even matters anyway. There are more self-made millionaires today than ever before, but what does it take to become a millionaire? Rob Moore became a millionaire between the age of 30 and 31 and he now has a network worth billions. Rob has rubbed shoulders with the best and knows what traits millionaires have and what they're really like. It might not be what you think. KEY TAKEAWAYS Millionaires aren’t like YOU think. - Becoming a millionaire is not a stereotype, it's more about a model or strategy and your time building cash and capital. They find a problem, area that needs disrupting, they add value, create and produce. The commonalities or millionaires is that they find a problem that people need solving that they can solve and scale so that they can make millions. It takes 3-5 years (more or less) to become a millionaire. - There are probably 10 or 20 years worth of work before the millionaire story that you heard about. Money is the RESULT - the output of input (materialism & greed are not exclusive to millionaires. - You need to have something that drives you to become a millionaire. Not just the need to be rich. £75k salary is all you need to be happy is a MYTH. Not even a million is enough. If you're doing the thing that you want to do, you'll want to keep doing it. No millionaire did it on their own. - They all had a good team, culture and vision. You need to work smarter not harder, learn how to leverage and find your IGT tasks. Most millionaires build assets (protect capital, create income, systems, etc.) What they LEARN is as vital as what they EARN. - You are your greatest assets, the more you learn the more you earn and you need to invest in yourself to be successful. Value education, experience, mentorship and people as much as you value the millions ALL embrace sales & marketing. - You can't have a business without customers Most are now self-made. - More millionaires are self-made that inherited. It's the age of the entrepreneur. And most millionaires are business owners. Millionaires are HUNGRY to learn. Grow. Adapt. Or die. - They disrupt themselves and their industry and want to solve the problems of others. There’s no one strategy to success. - There is no single strategy that makes millionaires. There's a variety of millionaires from a variety of industries. BEST MOMENTS “If you have a perception of what millionaires that's your perception projected out. That's not what they're like. I can't think of any millionaires that I've met who are greedy, materialistic, selfish or extreme.” “Often the hardest workers in the world are the poorest. It's not all about working hard.” “Being a millionaire is not exclusive. There are lots of reasons why millionaire drove themselves and it’s not usually down to the money.” ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1917m 26s

How to Motivate Yourself to Wealth

In today’s short episode, Rob explains how to motivate yourself to wealth by merging your passion and profession and linking your money to your mission. KEY TAKEAWAYS One of the best ways to motivate yourself to wealth is to link your money to your mission. There’s a lot more spirituality in material wealth then people give it create it for. If it makes you happy and makes you feel good, they are as spiritual as they are material. To grow your business you need to reinvest in marketing, systems and staff. If you can link your money to your mission you can more easily invest your money and as a result, motivate yourself to do it again and work towards achieving your mission. We are incentivised by the government to reinvest capital into our businesses so that our businesses can grow and serve the wider economy. We are encouraged to merge our passion and profession and therefore purchase the material things we need to do business. BEST MOMENTS “To make good art, it costs money.” “Don’t get too greedy because the world will reject you. The balance is to meet your own selfish needs so that you can share your product and your services with your clients and customers” ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/196m 37s

Asking for Money (& Getting Over Yourself)

Have you ever had any problems asking for money? Or have you ever asked for too little, when you wanted to get more? Tune in today, to the Money Podcast with finance raising expert Rob Moore to hear why you should never be afraid of asking for money. Discover how to reverse sell anything and ask for money, without de-positioning yourself or actually asking for the money upfront or directly. Learn how to network and build relationships with people on a business and personal level. Build trust and rapport and naturally, you will come to a deal and begin talking money. If you’re looking to get a pay rise, wanting you to earn more money in your business or simply seeking joint-venture finance, this episode is for you. KEY TAKEAWAYS Ask yourself, why are YOU uncomfortable asking for money? Or is asking for money, not an issue and you’re not getting it anyway? Always have a testing mentality and don’t be afraid to put yourself out there. See everything as a test instead of an absolute decision and as a result, you will take the pressure off of yourself and begin making binary choices. Either A or B or black or white. If you don’t test and take action you’ll never know what could have been. How will you feel in five or ten years time when your business hasn’t progressed because you didn’t ask for the money? Always consider, what is the bigger pain and the make the decision that’s best for you. What’s worse, not getting any money? Or not asking for any money? Never fall into desperation and ask for money for your needs. Always pitch for money with the investors needs first. Remember the benefits and solution you’re offering the investor. When you’re looking to raise finance don’t only ask for the deposit. As investors, we assume we’re asking for too much. This is because that ‘too much’ figure is relative to what you deem to be expensive. It’s better to ask for more and get less than to ask for what you need and not get it all. What are your problems asking for money? People might perceive you as greedy and money hungry Maybe you fear rejection or ridicule Perhaps you don’t have the credibility to ask for money BEST MOMENTS “When you’ve got a deal ready to go, or a joint-venture worth investing in. Make sure you pick up the phone and ask for the money” “People don't care what you know unless they know that you care” “Every master was once a disaster” “People will hate about you the things that are great about you” “Most of the time people are solely bothered about   going on in their world, and they’re not worried about you” “You need to go through a dance and be strategic about asking for money” “Don't talk yourself out of bigger money, simply by asking for smaller amounts of money” ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1923m 39s

Money Mind Tricks Millionaires Know That The Masses Don’t

Tune in today to hear Rob discuss the Money Mindset tricks that millionaires know, that the masses don't. Rob shares with you the 10 tricks you can implement in business and in life to attract more money and create less friction between you and the flow of money around you. Rob shows you that money is a simple exchange of value and of goods and services. Learn how to remove your emotions from money and begin to start, grow and scale your income with a better understanding of how to win the game of ‘Money’ KEY TAKEAWAYS 10 Millionaire Mindset Tricks To Help You Build Your Wealth Money is not a scarce commodity but an infinite resource - The stories and notions you hear about money are driven by a lack of abundance ie they feel there is not enough money or opportunity in the world for them. The reality is the opposite. ALL money comes from people (even banks & machines) - Money comes from people, the machines that make you money are made by man. As a result, your relationships with people reduce the friction that leads to money coming to you. The value that you provide and the network that you build equals money. Money does NOT change you; it makes you more of who you already are - Money is what you need in order to grow and be successful. Money, or the love of, is not the root of all evil (or good) - Humanity is the route of all evil and the route of all good. Money is easy to define a concept with no morals, personality or agenda. You won’t make more money until you learn to manage better what you already have (0, mil, bn) - Until you learn to manage the amount of money you have currently, you won't get more. Investors and millionaires will not choose you and give you opportunities if you cannot manage money. No one deserves money (or doesn’t) - Money is service, value and merit-based currency that flows between those that value at least, to those that value it most. Those that attract it and have vast wealth, know how to play the game of 'Money’. More money comes from taking on & solving BIGGER problems, not hiding from them - If you can solve meaningful and impactful problems that make a difference and serve others you will make more money. Money is simply a universal exchange of value (& energy) - Money is an energy exchange, it doesn't change you it's just an efficient way of exchanging value and services between people. Everything you love or hate about money, & those who have it, you have those traits too - You have the same capacity to be greedy as the people that you assume to be greedy, this is not a bad thing. When we are pressured and backed into a corner we will become everything we hate, so do not judge. Money tends to exaggerate your traits (good, & bad, like addictions) - If you can take away the emotion from money and understand it's logical need as an exchange in goods and services you can attract more of it. BEST MOMENTS "You will get better rates in the banks if you have a good relationship with the bank manager" “Billionaires are so good at being billionaires that they need to leverage people like you for your time” “Reduce the friction of money to you by increasing the value of your relationship with those that hold the money, those quality people" "Your only one of two people removed from a network of millionaires" "Money fuels and exaggerates our existing traits" "All your emotions, fears, doubts and worries cloud your ability to logically understand and make money." ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1922m 2s

Money Making Ideas: How to Have Lots of Them (14 Ways)

Who knows… Maybe, the million-dollar business idea might be right under your nose and you are not even aware of it. In today’s episode of The Money Podcast, Rob Moore shares 14 ways to keep you inspired and let the money-making ideas in easily. These 14 strategies are very easy to follow and are proven to be effective since Rob himself has been doing it ever since. Discover what online resources you could use to learn from and to connect with mentors, other entrepreneurs, and your target audience. These activities won’t take so much time so as long as you have the motivation and mindset, you’re sure to find the most effective way for you. KEY TAKEAWAYS Engage in online communities – LinkedIn Groups, Facebook Groups, etc. You can easily type on the search bar ‘entrepreneur’ or ‘business’ and you’ll know what groups to engage with. Listen to podcasts or audiobooks. Rob’s choices are nonfictional and autobiographical. Spot what’s trending. Know why it’s trending. Talk to successful people – business owners and millionaires. Learn from people who understand the trend and what’s going on the industry they’re in. Have mentors and be in a mastermind group. Share your ideas to your mentors. You’ll learn something from them to improve it. Watch documentaries and autobiographies. You learn how successful, wealthy people go through their day-to-day, their decision-making process, and their creative process. These featured individuals have different ways to make money. They made money out of anything. Be naturally curious. When strolling, be observant. There are ideas around you, you just have to be on the lookout of what’s the money-maker. Compartmentalize your time so you get new ideas to come into you. Rob suggests doing meditation. Talk to customers. Listen to what they say. Get feedback. Know what they think of your products and service compared to your competitors. Deal with complaints head-on. See what’s trending. Use Google Trends, Twitter trending, etc. Through these, you’ll know what the market demands. Research different niches and different industries. Look at what they’re doing good at the other side of the fence. What do good disruptive companies do? Adapt effective strategies and hybridize them into your niche Have a real desire and hunger to solve a problem. You’ll get more money, more customers, and bigger opportunities. BEST MOMENTS "When you have mentors and in a mastermind group, what you mustn’t do is dismiss what they say and just get them to agree with you.” “You gotta listen to the world and markets – what they want. It’s not just ‘Supply’, it’s ‘Demands’ too.” “[Looking at] different industries mean you can borrow things and hybridized them into your niche to create new and exciting.” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Chimp Paradox: The Mind Management Programme to Help You Achieve Success, Confidence and Happiness by Prof Steve Peters The Disruptive Entrepreneurs Community Facebook Group ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob Moore Official Website Rob’s Facebook Rob’s LinkedIn
11/02/1919m 2s

The 6 Stages of Start Up to Scale Up (The 6 S’s)

Most of the millennials nowadays are looking to build their own startup and gain fast money. It’s a long and fulfilling journey to get your business reach its peak. It wasn’t easy for every business tycoon and magnate out there. So, in today’s episode of The Money Podcast, Rob Moore walks you through the 6 stages you’ll undergo from Startup to Scale-up. These 6 stages, or the 6 S, are the Startup, Sales, Staffing, Survival, Scaling up, and Sustainability. You don’t want to be hitting a stone wall as you go along; learn how to tread the waters and move on to the next stage. Rob lets you in on great tips and strategies on how to do it for every phase. And, whether this business is a side project or an empire-building project, it’s best to establish first what type of business yours belongs to. Discover how these types of businesses differ and resemble on each stage. Rob also promises to dive deeper in the 6 stages in a miniseries really soon so make sure to check out the Money Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Omny, or any platform you use. KEY TAKEAWAYS There are three main types of businesses and it’s important to know first on which type it belongs to. Know if it’s a part-time business, lifestyle business, or an empire business. The 6 Stages from Startup to Scale Up: Startup Stage – While looking for fresh ideas to create a product and disrupt the market, be wise and agile. It’s always chaotic at the start so it’s okay to not have all the answers. Rob’s advice: Don’t take massive overheads – business loans, a lot of equipment, etc. Sales Stage – This is when we want everything to be perfect from the littlest to the grandest detail of the business. Make sure to focus on marketing and sales to draw some profits. To grow and sustain your business, finance your cash flow through selling, reinvesting, etc. Staffing Stage – When building your team, you could choose to go for in-source or outsource. Know the best choice for your type of business too. For example, for empire building businesses, in the source will be more beneficial by creating an office culture and having full-time, loyal staff. Survival Stage – A sudden culture change inside the business that can be caused by a blindside or a rapid growth. There might come a time that you’ll be disrupted by competition, regulations, or loss of interest. Be ready to manage chaos and communicate what’s happening with your staff. Scaling Up Stage – It’s time to systematize your business to grow it, to enter global markets or to create new products and services. These can bring bigger finances, more shareholders, and more clients. Sustainability Stage – You’ve done all the work – scaling, entering the prospect market, writing down the system for your staff, etc. – and your business can survive without your presence. Have a clear strategy of what’s the future or end-game for your business. BEST MOMENTS "Sometimes, it's okay to be naive, exciting, enthusiastic, passionate, and not having all the answers." "Getting the people in the door of the shop, which is marketing, and getting people to buy your products and put money in the till, which is sales, are the two most important things." "Every business goes through seasons and journeys. Sometimes, you have to stop the growth and survive through a period of time." VALUABLE RESOURCES The Money Podcast with Rob Moore |iTunes |Stitcher|Omny ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob’s Facebook Rob’s LinkedIn
11/02/1917m 48s

Easier Selling: The 4 Step Sales System That Works

Discover the simple 4-step sales system that works every time. In today’s episode of The Money Podcast, your host Rob Moore shares with you the step-by-step method to guarantee sales and overcome objections without the hassle. You don’t have to be an experienced salesperson to do this, you just need to know the system. Learn how to Agree, Reframe, Bridge & Close and you will master the art of sales each and every time! KEY TAKEAWAYS Step 1: Agree - Meet them where they’re at and agree with the customer, but use it to sell your product or service. Overcome their objections by using their objection as the USP of the product and relate it to them. Step 2: Reframe - Use the objection as the reason the customer should buy your product or service. The reframe jumps on the objection and becomes the compelling reason why the customer should purchase. Step 3: Bridge - Use stories to help bridge to your sale, relate to their situation,  keep it relevant and be elegant. A bridge is simply a way to go from the reframe to the close. “Is it okay to talk about how I can help you next” Step 4: Call To Action - Make the call to action about how your product or service benefits them and can help their situation. BEST MOMENTS “The mistake most people make with selling is objection overcoming” “I agree with you, is the first thing that you always say” ‘And it’s because’ turns the objection into the reframe “Reframe elegantly overcome their objection and bridge to the sale” “A permission bridge is two small bridges leading to the sale” “The 4-step sales system is a dance between you and the customer” ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/199m 50s

Brutal Truth About Your Prices & Profits

Rob Moore shares the brutal truth about your prices and profits and shows you, exactly how to expand your wealth, knowledge and profit margins with some simple but effective changes to your business. In today’s inspiring episode, Rob challenges you to increase your pricing and attract wealthier clients, and a more affluent audience. If you want to disrupt the marketplace and instantly increase your profits by 20% or more, this episode is for you! KEY TAKEAWAYS   Generally, people have objectives and belief restrictions around increasing their pricing and making a profit. What most people do is, follow their competitor's pricing model and charge cheaper amounts because that’s all they think their product or service is worth. Well with your business and your pricing you control who you attract to your business and you control the amount of money you can make.   You are allowed to make a profit. It is your obligation as a business to make a profit and to be profitable you must, therefore, create products and services for customers to consume. Don't always follow your competitors, find your audience and tap into the whole market. Get clear on your target market before anything else and always consider scale and the affluence of the avatar you're targeting. By putting your prices up 20% you can double your margins, you will start to notice that the world will bring more affluent clients. Incrementally increase your prices and use the price escalation model, as you increase your prices your ideal clients appear. BEST MOMENTS “Don't follow your competitors and their pricing model, when pricing your products and services, consider the whole market, the service you provide and the type of customer you want to attract” “When you start you might make 20% as you get more experienced your margins might improve to 50%” “If you're not targeting a certain client then you'll attract the cheapest ones. Don't attract the customers that want a tenner but are only prepared to pay a fiver” “Start nudging your prices up incrementally, 20% incrementally” VALUABLE RESOURCES #284 Interview with Martin Frei, Co-founder of High-End Watch Brand Urwerk ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1914m 52s

Why Raising Debt, Cash & Giving Equity Isn't Always Good

Nowadays, having debts or selling equity is the only seen choice to grow your start-up company or to get you out of financial turmoil. But, it isn’t always the best choice. In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob lays out the downsides of raising debt cash and equity if not done properly. Instead of growing the company through external financing, you might make a mistake and push your company down in a bad state. No one wants that! Discover from Rob what factors to consider and what strategies you could apply before going through a done deal. Remember: It’s okay to want to increase the value of your business but every decision should be well-thought and calculated. KEY TAKEAWAYS Fund through cash flow. Sell some stuff. Put money in the bank and reinvest in your business processes (marketing, hiring, etc.) Selling out from the start just dilutes your equity. The downside of having money is that you have interests to pay. And, if you’re giving away equity, you deal with the shareholding. You’ll get the lowest share of the profits. Reduced shareholding. Raising cash and equity enables you to grow more so you want half of the pie. When you sell off the company, you have the half the sale value and all profits. Talk about managing salaries or how will everyone get paid. Small start-up businesses serve as a ‘self-function’ where they can put their expense through – underpay themselves. Or use it to pay yourself more than enough. BUT these won’t happen if you have external shareholders. They won’t agree with these kinds of activities. Reduced control. You can do whatever you want. You can make decisions for your business without outside influences. Don’t tag a better deal if the money is coming with a price – more control over you or no added value to your business. You have to be careful once you have the money and you feel like you have to spend it or invest it. Shareholders might be pressuring you to do so for growth but remember that you have to spend it in a calculated way. Make use of all assets besides money. You can be creative, resourceful, and adaptable especially if you’re in survival mode. Sometimes, giving away your shares could put you into a hostile takeover. There could be lawyers and VCs who can be assertive and may have talked you to borrow or sell unknowingly. Do your research before signing to avoid danger to your company. Companies might ask for earnouts that might not actually push through in the long run. It will be better to ask for cash out upfront. BEST MOMENTS “When we need money, we don’t see the cost” “You can use cash to feel growth but you could [also] waste that cash. Because when you use cash to feel growth, what you don’t use is creativity, innovation, ingenuity, and leverage.” “When you start, you have to use all the assets you’ve got other than money.” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast ly/DisEntPodcast ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob’s Facebook Rob’s LinkedIn
11/02/1911m 9s

2x Turnover EQUALS 20x Profit; One Easy Way to Make Way More Money

Welcome to another episode of The Money Podcast. In today’s episode, your host Rob Moore shows you how to instantly double or triple your profits, simply by calling your customers and building relationships. Discover why picking up the phone and making money has never been easier. You too can turn a 5% profit to a 300% profit just by working that little bit harder to serve your customers. You’ve worked hard to break even in your business. You don’t have to work a that much harder to earn ten or twenty times more. KEY TAKEAWAYS Every one to three months you or someone on your team should be calling ALL of your clients. Get feedback from them and learn about your business form the people it truly matters too. You can consider it a courtesy call, but always have an irresistible offer that you can upsell with. Get busy and schedule it into your diary. It doesn’t have to be you, it could be your head of sales or customer care If you don’t have a product or service, this still works. Call your customers or potential customers and ask them how can you help serve them? What problems can you solve? And you will Build relationships and seed the sale. The relationship with your customer/customers comes first, not your product or service. You can create a product or service to serve your audience in a week! You just need to know what they want and have the relationship with them so they trust you and are happy buying it from you. BEST MOMENTS “Making money is not hard, we put a lot of things in the way” “Leverage is great, but sometimes you need to put in the work and pick up the phone and speak to your customers.  Don’t pick the easy option and email, pick up the phone” “You all have customers you could contact now and instantly convert them into paying customers” ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1913m 32s

The Untapped Billionaire in YOU

Rob Moore talks about Millionaires who have found and monetised niches that the world wants & needs. He also talks about expressing your individuality and balancing it with what the world wants through a fair exchange environment. Everyone has the potential to be a billionaire, a billionaire is someone with a concentrated values & they have specialised in a certain niche, they have learnt to monetize this value. Being a billionaire is not that difficult. You just have to unleash that from inside of you. In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob leads the way towards not just 7, but your 10-figure bright future! A billionaire is no more, no less different from you. What separates you from a billionaire is that he has already worked out what values are important to him and fruitfully monetize on it in a fair exchange of environment. So, why can’t you do the same? If you’re having trouble where to start looking inside you, how to do it effectively, and who should you be learning from, then start listening in to this episode! KEY TAKEAWAYS Everyone has a potential to be a billionaire or millionaire. A billionaire is as uniquely talented as you. They just know how to monetize what is of high value to them. And if you look deeply, you’ll find what it is. Each person has a unique set of creativity and individuality. Billionaires create a fair exchange of environment. Fair exchange is the balance between you expressing your creativity, individuality, mission, message. It’s not just you how you want but it’s also taking the feedback from the world on what the they need. Know what they do and don’t need so you won’t have to redo everything. If you found your value, consider it is the most important thing in your life. Work on it to monetize it. get rid of doubts, fears, and negativity. Start expressing it to the world. If perhaps you haven’t learned how to do it yet, then start learning from the billionaires and millionaires out there. Know what worked for them and what didn’t. See how yours could be different. Look into how you could show your creativity and individuality and monetize it at the same time. Millionaires, billionaires who have quirky niche businesses: one chap charges 6000 pounds a haircut. he decided to focus on rich celebrities, businessmen, etc. Frank Warren's PostSecret. He asked people to send him postcards with their darkest secrets. He, then, compiled all of this and turned it into 5 best-selling books. Excused Absence Network where you could buy excuse letters (from jury summons to doctor's letters) Kim Lavine' Wuvit, a microwaveable pillow In 2005, Alex Chiu’s million-dollar homepage Mike and JC Conrad’s farm-to-table meat and many more! BEST MOMENTS "If we are all unique, we are all individually talented. We are all best at being us." "it doesn’t have to be a billionaire. It just has to be what you feel you wanna do for a very long amount of time that expresses who you are, your creativity, and your personality." "Whatever business you want to be in, I think you shouldn't let anyone tell you it can’t be done. The only person who can tell you is you if you are not high up in your values." "Your emotion always give you feedback." VALUABLE RESOURCES Money: Know More, Make More, Give More by Rob Moore PostSecret The Excused Absence Network Wuvit ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob’s Facebook Rob’s LinkedIn
11/02/1918m 14s

Negative Friends & Family: Surprising Ways to Deal With Them

Rob dives into the subject of negativity, those that criticise and judge and how it affects you. Learn how you too, can deal with the criticism and pessimism of those closest to you. Discover how to become self-motivated, rather than externally motivated and how to re-frame objections by turning it on its head and matching it to their own vision and values. In today’s episode, learn how to take in feedback, assimilate it, filter it and spit it back out in a positive way because the support that you get and need and the negative comments you receive are a balance and you need both to be successful. The answers Rob shares in this episode are not what you might expect, so tune in now to hear Rob’s 9 ways to deal with negative friends and family. KEY TAKEAWAYS   Don’t rubbish all criticism, just because you deem it to be negative. - Negative comments don’t need to hold you back, it’s delusional or naive to expect that everyone will be positive and supportive of you. Maybe they care, maybe they just don't know how to articulate it in a supportive way - We can perceive that people are trying to be criticise, when they’re actually trying to help. Sometimes it’s valuable feedback, just shared in a negative way - Pick the useful parts and simply reject the rest. Feedback can always be helpful and you can always learn from it. Use negativity as motivation - Fuel your ambition and drive your motivation by using the negative comments and feedback to motivate you to grow and scale. Take the energy and become more productive. Don’t take it personally, it’s never personal - They’re not really saying it about you, they’re often seeing something in themselves in what you’re doing. If you consistently get negative feedback it could be that you’re on the wrong path, that what you’re offering is not quite right. Use it as fuel to create a thicker skin - When you make it, when you reach the levels of a $100million you’ll look back on this negative feedback as a form of growth, you need it to become better and more resilient. Find out your friends and families values - Adhere to their vision and values and show them the reason why you’re chasing your dream. Balance having supportive people around with the goals you want to achieve, remember their part of your journey too. You cannot blame people around you for being apprehensive when you’re making a change - It’s a test of your will and desire, find out if you’re on the right mission and on the right path. Limit your time with them - Start selecting a more empowered network of like-minded people and move toward those who share your common interests. You don’t need to get rid of your friends and family but you can simply limit your time with them to stay positive.   BEST MOMENTS “Some of us aren't made to be entrepreneurs, some of us aren’t made to be employees” “The best form of revenge is success” “You don’t owe anyone any false loyalty” Develop an internal emotion and don’t allow yourself to be affected by other people's moods “Interrupt them with positive and infect them with happiness” “Working hard and hustling is not always enough, you need to know how to deal with negative friends or family in your business.” “The world throws us the challenges we need, to learn to grow through them, to become a better person. More resilient and stronger.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Rich Dad, Poor Dad Think & Grow Rich Evernote - What they told me I couldn’t ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn -https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1920m 58s

Six Weird Things That Erode Your Wealth (so You Don’t)

In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob talks about the ways in which overspending is tied to emotion, and that while we all logically know the best way to manage money is to never spend more than you earn, it’s almost too easy to let your emotions erode your hard-earned wealth. Rob explains that spending money out of a sense of boredom, shame or envy can quickly grow out of control until you’re in debt from spending money you don’t have on things you don’t need.   Key Takeaways:   Most people understand that the easiest way to manage your money is to never spend more than you earn, but emotions get in the way of this logic and can be one of the many things that can erode your wealth. Som unexpected ones include:   Boredom. People will spend money for no other reason than they’re bored and have nothing else to do but spend money to occupy themselves. Find a better way to keep yourself busy or otherwise do not allow yourself to spend money when bored.   Envy. You compare yourself to other people and feel envious of them and so you buy the expensive things that they have so you can feel elevated. While there’s nothing wrong with buying nice things, you should only do it if it’s something YOU want, not because someone else that you want to be compared to has it, and more importantly, if you can afford to buy it.   Guilt. Many people would rather try to throw money at something they feel bad about or buy their way out of guilty feelings instead of trying to process why they feel guilty or what they feel guilty about in the first place. So instead of dealing with their feelings, they end up overspending and still feeling guilty.   Shame. People will spend incredible amounts of money to compensate for feelings of shame or insecurity, especially about their looks, buying expensive clothing or plastic surgery. Again, this doesn’t help address the feelings behind why you’re spending the money, and spending money to make yourself feel better can become an addiction if you’re not careful.   Ego. People’s ego and their desire to win at all costs or to at least defeat others through means like costly legal battles or spending lots of money on PR can pile up and run you into debt as you throw good money after bad to try to cover a loss.   Turning wants into needs. Convincing yourself that you need something when actually you just want it really badly is a surefire way to lose control of your budget and spiral into overspending.   Practical advice against this: Actually be aware of how much you’re spending. So many people think they’re spending about half of what they actually are, so know what you’re spending, have a clear budget, don’t go over it.   Best Moments: “If you think about money management logically, it’s very easy: Never spend more than you earn. Full stop.”   “These online shopping portals must make loads of money from bored people!”   “Some of these things, giving money away, they’re not necessarily bad as long as it’s money that is productive and money that you can afford to lose.”   “Do you know how much you’re spending every month? Do you have a clear budget? Do you make sure you never go over it at all costs?”   “If we manage our money better, then most areas of our life become better.”   Valuable Resources: https://robmoore.com/ https://robmoore.com/podcast/ The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-disruptive-entrepreneur/id1076679649?mt=2 Money: Know More, Make More, Give More - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-More-Make-Give/dp/1473641322/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1530197747&sr=1-1&refnements=p_27%3ARob+Moore   About the Host: Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   Contact Rob: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1911m 39s

Choosing the Right (Multiple) Income Stream for You

In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob lays out the Dos and Don’ts of choosing an income stream that’s right for you and will be sustainable in the long-term. Rob argues against chasing after fads and what seems like it’s working for other people and instead advises knowing what works best with your specific expertise level and resources, as well as leveraging and building off of something you’re already doing.   Key Takeaways:   Things that are NOT a solid foundation for choosing a sustainable revenue stream:   What you think will make you money the fastest. It’s not sustainable and there is no actual “get rich quick” strategy that works for everyone.   Something that you hate but will try to do for a little while to make enough money to do something you like. If you don’t really like it, you’re not going to commit and put in your full effort, and so you might not end up making income at all.   What you perceive others are making a lot of money doing. Just because you see other people successfully making money a certain way doesn’t mean it will necessarily work as well for you, especially if the correct criteria hasn’t been met.   Things based on passing fads, which might possibly make you money in the short-term, but are not viable for any long-term sustainability.   Something new. If you’re running through different income streams and starting new things again and again because you think a new one will be different, the issue might not be with the income stream, but with yourself and your strategy.   Things that ARE a solid foundation for choosing a sustainable revenue stream:   Something you love to do. You’ll monetize it, you’ll figure out how to make it work, and your love for this thing will help you to overcome whatever challenges or obstacles you might encounter while pursuing it.   Something you would love to do for a long time. Remember to try not to think short-term, but instead if this thing is something you could see yourself happily doing for years or even decades to come.   Something you would love to learn to do. When choosing an income stream, you don’t necessarily have to be an expert in every aspect of it, but you do need to be ready to learn all about it, and actually want to.   Something you are already good at. Take something you know you’re already are good at and figure out how you could transmute these skills to be useful in your new income stream.   What you already do, but more of it. Instead of burning yourself out trying to do too many different income streams, just focus on the ones you already have and making them better, more efficient, and more profitable.   Something that leverages and builds on what you’re already doing. Rather than starting from square one, choose an income stream that builds off of time, resources, or skills that you have already invested into a current income stream.   What works best for YOU. Instead of comparing yourself or what you’re doing to others and what’s worked for them, pick an income stream that works with your experience level, as well as finances, time, manpower, and more, that you have available.   Something that merges passion and profession. Choose something that you already love to do and see if it is something you could potentially make money doing. A good way to know that it’s something you really love is recognizing how many challenges you’re willing to overcome to make it successful.   Something that has longevity and sustainability for you and the market. While you can’t predict the future, you can use common sense and what you know about yourself to choose an income stream with staying power.   Best Moments:   “Don’t just choose something because you perceive it’s the quickest because that could end up being the slowest or not happen for you at all.”   “Don’t get into something just because the herd is and you see it”   “Think ‘what could I love to do for a decade? Or a lifetime?’”   “You’re assuming you’ve got to do something new, but often you’ve just got to look at what you’re already doing it and do it 20% better.”   “You can really sabotage your own progress by being impatient.”   Valuable Resources: https://robmoore.com/ https://robmoore.com/podcast/ The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-disruptive-entrepreneur/id1076679649?mt=2 Money: Know More, Make More, Give More - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-More-Make-Give/dp/1473641322/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1530197747&sr=1-1&refnements=p_27%3ARob+Moore   About the Host: Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   Contact Rob: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1916m 5s

Start NOW, get perfect later: Special Bonus

Robs latest book is finally live, available on preorder on audbile now. In this bonus short, Rob discusses his new book, its content and some very special bonuses for early buyers.
11/02/196m 6s

Is Cheaper Better or is Better Cheaper?

In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob discusses what it means to spend your money wisely. In this case, it means understanding that more expensive doesn’t always mean better while also knowing that paying for higher-quality products can often save you money because they’ll last longer. Rob also points out the benefits of investing in high-quality material items as tangible assets so that you can enjoy your money while allowing it to appreciate in value in the form of a watch, classic car or work of art. But most importantly: Before buying anything, always do your research!   Key Takeaways:   It is important, especially in the business of investing in things like property or other material items, to understand that expensive is not inherently better.   However, that doesn’t mean buying the cheapest option is always right either, especially if you end up spending just as much if not more money on maintenance, repairs, and upkeep.   What’s most important is looking for good quality, and the price point for that is going to vary depending on the actual thing you are looking to buy.   You want to enjoy your money but not waste it, and so putting your money in material items that you know from researching will appreciate in value (watches, art, classic cars), gives you the enjoyment aspect of a physical item while also making a good investment. These items also give you the ability to move money during times of economic change.   This philosophy can also extend to everyday things like clothing. A jacket that costs 100 pounds and lasts for one year before falling part is not money saved when compared to a 400-pound jacket that lasts for eight years, essentially costing 50 pounds a year.   Quality over quantity is a smart way to buy things you like without killing your capital. Only buy things you know you will want to use for a very long time and will last a very long time. This creates a positive feedback loop because since you’re buying fewer things, you can buy more high-quality, expensive things, and because they are high-quality, they’re going to last longer.   The best way to determine the difference between a good, high-quality product or investment as opposed to one that’s just expensive? Research! Take the time to learn about what you’re buying and then it will also make researching a quicker and easier process next time.   But beware false economies! It is possible to over-analyze and over-research and essentially spend ten hours trying to save five pounds. If something costs a little more but will ultimately save you enough time or provide you with enough convenience it can pay for itself in time saved.   Best Moments:   “It’s not just about blindly spending more or blindly spending less, you’ve got to do your research.”   “It’s worth putting your money into a material item that doesn’t depreciate”   “Strategically, I think it’s good to buy less but better quality.”   “Remember that price and value are very different.”   “Poor people spend a lot of time trying to make money and rich people spend a lot of money trying to save and make time.”     Valuable Resources: https://robmoore.com/ https://robmoore.com/podcast/ The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-disruptive-entrepreneur/id1076679649?mt=2 Money: Know More, Make More, Give More - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-More-Make-Give/dp/1473641322/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1530197747&sr=1-1&refnements=p_27%3ARob+Moore   About the Host: Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.   “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”   Contact Rob: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1918m 36s

The Simple Way to do Less of What You Hate & Earn More Money

Episode Description: In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob provides a simple but effective strategy for ensuring that you’re spending more time doing the things you love and are good at while also making sure the tasks that need to get done are taken care of, whether it’s by a partner, outsourcer, staff member or assistant. Rob also emphasizes the importance of accountability and a clear understanding of job roles. Finally, he advises that it’s important to keep a healthy separation between your business and the rest of your life, even (especially) if your business partner is also your life partner. Key Takeaways: Effective strategies for leveraging, outsourcing, and delegating to get things done and avoid wasted time and unaccounted for work are often much simpler than you think. Get two sheets of paper and on the first one, write down everything in your business that needs to get done, from the top down. Separate the second sheet into two sections, “me” and “not me,” where “not me” can mean your business partner, assistant, outsourcer, etc. Take the big, general list of tasks and move the ones into the “me” column that: Are things you love to do Are things that make the most money in the shortest Are key result areas for your business Are things you have to do because of the massive benefit they have on your business and there’s no one else who can do them. This is even more useful if you have a business partner. Instead of both of you avoiding tasks neither of you wants to do and getting in each other’s way and creating more problems by both of you trying to do the same things, create that same task list with separate columns and negotiate and figure out exactly who is responsible for what task. This creates accountability and a template to refer back to when clarity is needed. This is more useful still if your business partner is also your life partner. It creates a clear and obvious line that separates your business life from your love life and keeps your life with your partner from becoming overwhelmed by the business. It’s important to have solid lines and limitations that separate your business life from your non-working life, in general. Being social and close with your regular business partner is good, but you need a break from each other too, just to detox and keep from being too much in each other’s lives.   Best Moments: “Sometimes the most simple strategies are the most effective.” “No two tasks have the same output. You could spend three hours on a piece of admin or you can spend five minutes on the phone doing a deal worth ten thousand or a hundred thousand pounds.” “It’s not about time or energy. It’s about smarts, and decisions, and leverage!” “Your life partnership is more important than your business partnership because if the life partnership goes, the business partnership is probably gone.”   Valuable Resources: https://robmoore.com/ https://robmoore.com/podcast/ The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-disruptive-entrepreneur/id1076679649?mt=2 Money: Know More, Make More, Give More - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-More-Make-Give/dp/1473641322/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1530197747&sr=1-1&refnements=p_27%3ARob+Moore   About the Host: Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” Contact Rob: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1911m 12s

Do What you love or do What Makes Money

Episode Description: In this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob takes a quick moment to turn how he’s dreading recording the audio for his new book, Start Now, Get Perfect Later, into a crash course on the paradox of choosing to do what you love or what makes you money, and that it IS possible to do both - if you’re willing to put the work in!  Key Takeaways:   You can do what you love and also make money at it if you’re realistic and make sure to focus enough on the business side of what it is you’re doing.   But understand that not everything you love is going to make you money.   So think of what things you love that do have the potential to be monetized.   You still probably won’t make money right off the bat, but it’s worth working at and sticking with.   Even if you are doing what you love, there will still be parts of it that you don’t want to do. Some of these things can be outsourced, but you’ll always have to do the most important things yourself.   Best Moments:   “But man up, Rob, for goodness sake, and go do it, because it makes a difference!” “So what could I love the most, that’s also monetizable?” “Don’t just hustle for the sake of it.” Valuable Resources: https://robmoore.com/ https://robmoore.com/podcast/ The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-disruptive-entrepreneur/id1076679649?mt=2 Money: Know More, Make More, Give More - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-More-Make-Give/dp/1473641322/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1530197747&sr=1-1&refnements=p_27%3ARob+Moore  About the Host: Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage. “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” Contact Rob: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/196m 52s

How to Stop Spending More Than You Earn

DESCRIPTION You only live once! But that doesn’t mean that you will mindlessly and irresponsibly spend your money all your life. The smartest way to live is to budget, preserve capital, invest, and to save for future needs, emergencies, and escapades. On this episode of The Money Podcast, Rob shares how to avoid spending beyond your means, how to deviate from bad spending habits, and how to spend but at the same time, invest and save money. With his tips, your habits, addiction, needs, are taken into full consideration, so you don’t have to worry. You got to be smart to live your (only) life to the fullest! KEY TAKEAWAYS  You’re not tracking how much you spend. If you track your money and you budget, it’s difficult to spend more than you earn.  With any kind of planning – money budgeting or doing your to-do list, the best thing to do is plan before. Better plan what you’re going to do on Thursday on a Wednesday night. In this way, you can happily end your Wednesday. And, if you plan on Thursday itself, there’s a probability that you might get suck by the emergencies.  Understand emotionally why you’re spending more than you’re earning. Am I spending on emotional purchases? Am I spending in order to look good for someone else? Have a level of self-awareness.  The cure is to fill your voids another way. For Rob, writing books and making podcasts then sharing it to the world is filling the void.  What could you replace these buying things you don’t need with to meet the same need? Sometimes, we want to show off. That’s fine. We just don’t need to survive. We want to feel important, worthy, praised, etc. We can get those needs met without spending money. It’s better to spend money as a reward to yourself, not because of addiction.  Set a specific goal. You can buy some opulent things but they are always targeted on dividends and drawings of company. There are expensive stuffs (e.g. watch) that you buy and at the same time meet your need that go up in value. You got your needs, the praises, and the addiction met yet it doesn’t erode the capital.  Preserving capital, falling yourself into thinking you’re spending but you’re actually investing and saving. Commit to learning how to buy a £40000 car that doesn’t go down. It’s a fun game to play and learn about managing money, preserving capital, buying appreciating assets rather than depreciating liabilities. BEST MOMENTS  “The only way you’d be spending more than you own is being emotional rather not knowing.”  “Our brain is chemically wired to shorten the time it makes decisions by making things habitual. We’re wired to be addicted to dopamine, etc. Find a new way for your addiction.”  “We all need to feel important. Otherwise, what’s the point of living?”  “The sweetest prize is the one we worked the hardest for.” VALUABLE RESOURCES  Low-Cost High Life: Live an Affordable Life of Luxury by Mark Homer  Uncommon Sense: The Popular Misconceptions Of Business, Investing And Finance And How To Profit By Going Against The Tide by Mark Homer  Money: Know More, Make More, Give More: Learn How To Make More Money And Transform Your Life by Rob Moore ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD  Facebook  LinkedIn
11/02/199m 58s

Stop These 8 (Wealth Draining) Distractions, Now

Life is too precious to be wasting it on unnecessary and wasteful stuff! Start living a meaningful life and stop being distracted. On today’s episode, Rob enumerates the 8 wealth-draining distractions you should stop now. It’s high time you utilize time and energy, invest them somewhere else that makes money or something you love, and live your life to the fullest. Listen to Rob why you should avoid these distractions start consuming your time and energy on productive things. Sky’s the limit for what you can do! KEY TAKEAWAYS Unnecessary Debates. Stop arguing about stuff that you really don’t care about. These debates could turn into heated arguments and ego-match. Get out of it so you don’t waste your time and energy. Purposeless social media. Use it properly. Use it for your business, brand, and community. Criticizing others. What do you achieve in your life? How does it help? Look at your flaws first before looking the other way. Try to understand them where they’re standing. Being busy but unproductive and inefficient. Preserve your energy and don’t throw it away on being busy. There are so many things you can do. You can have 10 hours in a day consumed but only 30 minutes of income-producing, high-quality result area of work. Blaming, complaining, defending, and justifying. It feels good blurting out the stress and all but if you get into that pattern, try to interrupt it. We can get into a victim mode and make it into a pity party. Use time and energy for something more productive. It is not productive and proactive. Excuses suck you back into the drain of energy rather than propelling forward to the solution. Hate, jealousy, and envy. Yes, it is natural to feel human emotion. We feel it because there’s a void in ourselves we have to fill. Live to your full potential and believe that you could do better. Start with loving yourself! Stop comparing yourself to others. Self-doubt. Understand that each of us is unique and special. Stop comparing yourself to others. You’re going to excel and reach your peak if you stop doubting and start believing in yourself! BEST MOMENTS “The truth is… we have a finite, limited amount of energy. And that energy is easily wasted and burned on things. In fact, the negative and the frustrating stuff can burn a lot more energy. So, whenever you preserve by saying, ‘I’m not doing this!’, you’ve got a great reinvestment for that.” “Excuses suck you back into the drain of energy rather than propelling forward to the solution.” “With things like addiction and genuine problems, the first step is accepting and being aware that you have a problem. And the second step is knowing that you can change it.” “A hate for others is the lack of love for oneself.” “The way you don’t have hate, jealousy, and envy for others is by loving who you are and knowing that you’re worthy of love.” “No one is as good as you at being you.” VALUABLE RESOURCES “You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks.” ― Winston S. Churchill ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook LinkedIn
11/02/1910m 59s

Is This the Best Business model in the World?

Welcome another episode of The Money Podcast. In this episode of the Money Podcast Rob analyses the business model of Panini 'Football Stickers'. Rob dives into what business means, how it solves problems, creates enterprise and makes people's lives better, easier and more convenient. Discover how to make your own business model addictive and invoke engagement from your customers. Master emotional marketing that gets your customers addicted to your product or service and get them to start ‘collecting’ to create a sense of ownership and passion, roll this into your business model and you’ll be able to ‘Know more, make more give more’. KEY TAKEAWAYS Capturing emotions and recalling memories for your customers will give your business legs. Create an ethical addiction that your customer needs to complete. Collection, create a sense of ownership and desire for your customer to interact with your product or service, time and time again. Interaction, bring your audience together and create a social interaction and buzz around your business. Ownership, allow your customers the opportunity to create and build. Give your customers an ownership, a stake or feeling of brand ownership   BEST MOMENTS “It's okay to love money, it's even better to make a fortune.” “Become the greatest person you can be, it's your human destiny and money fuels and finances that.” “Grow, fuel and finance gifts that the world needs to see from you.” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ https://robmoore.com/podcast/ The Distruptive Entrepreneur Podcast - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-disruptive-entrepreneur/id1076679649?mt=2 Rob Moore - Money - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Know-More-Make-Give/dp/1473641322/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1530197747&sr=1-1&refinements=p_27%3ARob+Moore ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor and property educator. Author of global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979
11/02/1912m 16s

(When) Should You Quit Your Job (5 Choices)

Welcome to the MONEY podcast In this episode Rob Moore covers 5 options to look at our career lifestyle and ventures. Rob takes us through these options with flare, fire, and enthusiasm, talking us through the possibilities of quitting our comfortable positions with optimism or, staying as we are and being contented with our career as it is. So be prepared to wake up and hear something you have thought about but not had the courage to do, until now. KEY TAKEAWAYS (0.41) In this introduction from Rob, he examines how we can overcomplicate our thoughts on ventures when as he explains it can be quite simple. The options he gives, for example; is taking a year’s sabbatical from our present employment with a possibility of returning to that company if things do not work out as expected. He goes on to cover other ideas that may well suit our needs and we just haven’t seen how simple it could be. (02.20)The first option covers if we like to follow a system, and we like safety and security, and we are happier being followers than leaders. Rob re-assures us there is nothing wrong with this. He suggests we should align with an organization that matches our values. We will be better working with an owner or leader that inspires us. (03.10)In the second option Rob impresses on us that if we are working in a company with the wrong leadership i.e. manager, boss ,we should not feel pressured into thinking we must quit and go out into a venture as a entrepreneur. He appraises what could be a better choice. (04.48)The third option is “Yes you should quit your job, yes you should set up your business” however, you do not want to jack it all in. Rob reviews the way we can consider which is the best method to set about an action plan to become an entrepreneur, he urges us to set a time frame for both finance and startup date, he tells us how it can lift us up from our work and helps us to feel pride and get back from life what we want. (07.10) Option four This choice Rob reveals to us is the riskiest and that is to “Quit now” Rob assures us that for some types of people this is definitely the right thing to do, he does not advice us or tell us this is what we should do, he points out that if we are desperately unhappy in our lives either work or relationships it is not worth it, He goes on to tell us there is a better way and an alternative route to take. (08.43)Rob’s fifth and last option is definitely not something he recommends. However he chooses to share some experiences he has encountered in his career with us, and perhaps jogs some memories of what happens in careers, and how it can turn out to be a blessing.   BEST MOMENTS Rob reminds us “our culture is very free, we give people autonomy, we don’t just fire people if they make mistakes” Rob tells us “Magic happens when you have accountability “accountability means results if we set a time and date and the date doesn’t work out it just means we need more time. On leaving your job Rob says “ I am not saying it’s going to be easy there are going to be different challenges, but I feel you will look back in a year or two’s time to maybe say why didn’t I do it sooner?” Rob summarizes his Five options If you are in the right job for you, then it’s OK to let go of a dream you have. Get a different job in a better organization that allows you progression Set a date in the future and commit to matching a certain level of income Quit now for those of you who have been saying it for years Is not really an option! ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is a 5x best-selling author, a public speaker, an entrepreneur, property investor and a Guinness World record holder among others. He is the co-founder of the Progressive Property and the mastermind of ‘The Disruptive Entrepreneur’ and ‘Money’ podcasts. CONTACT METHOD Website (http://www.robmoore.com/) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/https://twitter.com/robprogressive)
11/02/1916m 32s

A Weird Experiment in Receiving (More) Money

Why most people have a problem with receiving money? Why some people are afraid of asking for more money? Rob talks about the value that you exchange with money, why money isn't good or bad and why you get what you attract.
11/02/1912m 48s

More Money, Followers, Fan & Impact (Free)

Almost everyone who uses the internet has most likely signed up for any social media – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc. The most popular social media platform, Facebook, has over 1.86 billion users. Imagine getting a huge number of your target audience through one social media platform alone. How could you use these free social media platforms to your advantage? How could you reach out right audience despite the large population of users? How do you maintain the number of followers and establish constant engagement? Rob shares tips and strategies that you could use for yourself or your company. With these helpful tips, you will never need to spend on marketing. Signing up is just the first part. Listen to Rob discuss the next steps that you should take next! KEY TAKEAWAYS  Tips Rob shared to gain more followers and more income for your business: o Be on more social media platforms. o Express your truth in your niche with passion, uniqueness, and value. o Make sure all the platforms are populated with good content. o Focus on one or two types of media that works for you. o Post consistent content. o Know what you should post. o Treat each post as an asset. o Choose your ratio of giving good content to selling your product. o The energy you put out is the same energy you get back. o Share the challenges you’ve experienced.  Why should you share your knowledge and experiences with random people? o It’s cathartic. o It helps people’s lives get better. o It’s what they might need. BEST MOMENTS  “Dance along and pivot focus & energy into the ones that would get you the best return.”  “Sometimes, you put energy out, you get critiqued back. That’s not fair but you get the same energy. It’s not just the same kind you’re expecting.”  “The things that you’re wrestling with or struggling with, things you’ve resolved, and the challenges you’ve overcome – those are probably the best place to start what to share the world.” ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is a 5x best-selling author, a public speaker, an entrepreneur, property investor and a Guinness World record holder among others. He is the co-founder of the Progressive Property, and the creator of podcasts such as ‘The Disruptive Entrepreneur’ and ‘Money’. CONTACT METHOD Website (http://www.robmoore.com/) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/https://twitter.com/robprogressive)
11/02/1912m 13s

Rob Moore Live from Mayfair: The Formula for Wealth

This live talk from the heart of central London Mayfair features Rob Moore talking about the 'Formula for Wealth'. This live speech was recorded before the launch of the book and podcast 'Money' in early 2017. Rob talks about judging money, money doesn't buy you happiness, wrong. Money is also the route to all good.
11/02/1949m 26s

The Fastest Way to Make Money?

People are looking the one strategy that makes all the money however life is not that simple. If your looking for quick short term income don't go for quick short term fixes. Listen in take notes.
11/02/1912m 50s

Make Money Without Money - The (In)tangible Nature of Money

The true nature of money and how it really works. Why creativity, solutions, imagination and ideas create money, intangibly, and the importance of intangible assets such as your education!
11/02/1910m 54s

When is it Ever Enough? (Money)

How much money is enough? Is it ever enough? Rob shares his thoughts on money, how much money you need in order to retire, support your lifestyle and how money can affect your self-worth.
11/02/1917m 48s

Money Always Comes at a Price (& Not Just Interest)

What are the real costs of getting money. What you need to know before you borrow money and, downsides and upsides of managing other people's money.
11/02/1915m 36s

The 7 Stages of Getting Out of Debt Fast

How to set a budget plan, cut expenses, avoid temptations and reduce your debt. Why you need to be honest with yourself about your current situation and why to start reducing your biggest debt first.
11/02/198m 16s

What Should I Invest in (That You're Rarely Told)?

What you need to know before you start investing. Why to invest in what you love and how to combine passion, profession and investments. How to start investing, which investments to choose, why you are the biggest asset and how to invest in yourself!
11/02/1911m 44s

How to Get a (Significant) Pay Rise (Employees & Entrepreneurs)

6 steps to ask for a pay rise if you re employed and 6 steps to increase your income as an entrepreneur! What to do and how to do it, plus what you should not do, while asking for a pay rise.
11/02/1918m 14s

Is Being Materialistic Really That Bad? The Benefits....

Do you want a shit car or a good one, a nice house or a shit one? You must do what makes you happy, every material iteam has a purpose. Try buy goods that will make a good investment, however don't let material iteams rule your life.
11/02/1918m 6s

The BIG Passive Income Debate (Nonsense, BS & Truth)

How to build your assets, systemize your business and get passive income. Why you have to work hard enough to not work hard and why you need active income too!
11/02/1918m 26s

The Easiest Way to Teach Your Kids About Money

On this episode, Rob talks about teaching your kids about money. How to show them what you do instead of trying to give them instructions. How to teach them to save-invest-spend one third of their money and why it is important to link money to their values and the things they love to do.
11/02/1914m 40s

The 3 Types of Savings you Need to Protect Yourself & Grow Your Wealth"

Rob goes through the 3 different types of savings accounts that you need. How to save and never touch or save for any regular shocks and costs. How to manage your savings so you can be safe and be prepared for any unexpected situations.
11/02/1910m 51s

5.5 Ways to Cure Your Over Spending (Addictions)

Rob shares with you 5 ways to cure your spending habits. How and what to think before you spend your money and how to stop just spending and start inevsting.
11/02/1914m 28s

Why You Must Pay for a Gardener, Cleaner, Cook, Maid, Babysitter, Driver & Handyman Now!

By not hiring you are losing more money than the cost of those services, Rob will show you exactly how with his tips and strategies.
11/02/1931m 5s

Pay Yourself First: Simple, not Simple

The concept is simple, as an entrepreneur pay your self first. "I can't afford to" WRONG, listen & take notes.
11/02/1923m 37s

Money Doesn’t Make You Happy? Nonsense! - 8 Reasons Why

Rob talks about his story from being a struggling artist to multi millionaire entrepreneur, the balance of support and challenge, the pursuit of success. Money won't solve all your problems however it can make you happy.
11/02/1921m 3s

The 2 Main (Only) Reasons People (You) Aren’t Making More Money

In this episode of the money podcast, Rob discusses in depth the 2 main reasons you aren't making more money, and why your personal values may have an important role in this.
11/02/1936m 36s

20 Reasons You Owe it to Yourself to be Rich

In this episode, Rob explains why you shouldn't hesitate about dreaming to be rich- giving 20 reasons why you can't ignore the benefits of being wealthy from funding life necessities and passions to giving more to those who need it.
11/02/1915m 32s

6 of 12 Money Management Fundamentals - Beware the Traps

In the first episode in Rob Moore's BRAND NEW podcast, Rob delves into the depths of money, in the first of a 2-part installment of how you as an individual could start manging money better. Rob provides 6 detailed tips from saving to paying off your debts.
11/02/1941m 20s
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