How to Be an 8 Figure Entrepreneur Before The Age of 30?

The Money Podcast

By Rob Moore

How to Be an 8 Figure Entrepreneur Before The Age of 30?

Wednesday, 19 May

Imagine being an 8-figure entrepreneur before the age of 30?   In this episode Rob talks to Tanner Chidester, a business owner and king of scaling the un-scalable! Rob and Tanner discuss sales, fast growth, competition and dealing with the downsides of being successful.   KEY TAKEAWAYS   Tanner grew up as one of 7 children. He was picked on a lot as a child, growing up in a conservative household didn’t help. In 8th grade he had enough and decided to start working out, in his head this meant he could fight back. This was his gateway into sports and for the next 10 years sports was his life. He had to give up football due to health issues, it made him very depressed. Sport and football was his identity, he didn’t know who he was or what his life would be now. He dropped out of college, moved back home and began to learn all he could about sales, including being mentored. Although he was working really hard, he wasn’t seeing any results. This is when he did a coaching course and set up his own business. It was an immediate success and he hasn’t looked back since. Tanner is a fan of big ticket sales, he believes this is what makes the big changes for people. If you don’t have investors you need the cash fast, this is the way to do it for the average person, what can you sell at a high price that is valuable to people? Ads, knowing how to speak to people to get them to buy from you and outbound systems are what Tanner attributes his business growth to. Tanner has done a lot of things in his business that others have said not to. Elements that some deem as too time consuming or complex, this is what sets him apart from his competition. His specialty is scaling the un-scalable. You can make sales without running ads. You can’t have marketing and not sales. Sales are what drives business. Tanner understands that even if he lost everything, his knowledge of sales means that he will always be able to make money. Working out is stress relief for Tanner, he has to do it every day. He has also began mediating. These things plus waking up early and having tenacious energy is what he attributes his successful life to. Rob and Tanner agree that although ‘things’ and money might not make you feel fulfilled, they aren’t negative things and you can get happiness from them. People who say that money doesn’t make you happy are just using that as a way to make themselves feel better about their ‘lesser’ situation. Something we all do. The lessons Tanner has learnt in his business life have also translated to his personal life. For example, nothing happens without hard work, including being happy. In Tanner’s opinion, people do not value things they do not earn. He would love to see a system where people can get the help they need but they have to do certain things, such as community service, so that they value what they get.   BEST MOMENTS   “The 23 to 25 years were tough, they felt like 10 years”   “what can you sell at a high price that is valuable to people?”   “Businesses die because people don’t know they exist” “In the end it’s what set me apart”   “I fear being ordinary, of being average” 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 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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