The Money Podcast
Lessons From Billionaires: How to Master Money
Wednesday, 24 June
Discover today what some of the wealthiest and most successful entrepreneurs in the world have to say and the advice they can offer. Listen in today as Rob is joined by billionaires and millionaires as they discuss qualities found in the most productive people, why it is important not to attach happiness to material goods as well as the two key things that matter in the early stages of creating a company.
What makes the most productive people great is their ability to recover. The most productive entrepreneurs are not the ones who work like marathoners, they are the ones who work like sprinters. The real art of being a high performing entrepreneur is being able to work brilliantly and intensely with monomaniacal focus when you work, and then learning how to recover.
You have got to go and find your purpose. It is perfectly fine to have material goals such as cars, houses and money but once you have satisfied them, then what? You need to find a purpose and try to make a positive difference in the world.
You cannot carry on with the pursuit of material items and pin your happiness and self-worth on these items alone. Don’t buy things under the pretense that they are going to make you feel better about yourself, the anti-climax and realisation that these items will not heal your trauma is more dangerous than the unhealed trauma itself.
In an early-stage company there are only two things that matter: 1) Money and 2) Getting customers. Usually, you don’t need to do both of those at the same time and you certainly don’t need to have a great experience. There’s a singular thing you do that gets you to flow, and that’s almost always where to start many people don’t and spend time on other peripheral factors.
Many people look too far ahead into the future when it comes to their start-up companies, they often talk about what they will do in the future once they have achieved success. They should be spending all their time on getting to that successful point, not on what happens when they get there.
“Organic growth is where you grow like a tree, from the ground up.”
“They thought what they created was a tonne of money, but what they had actually created was a tonne of purpose every day.”
“It is easy for people to see that you have a hunger, you have a desire and you want to go out and show people what you can do.”
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”
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