This has been transcribe for the business coach program at Thrive15.com and Clay Clark.
Well we had to get people inside of the business and if I didn’t know how to get them to the top of Google. If I didn’t know how to launch no-brainer online ads. If I didn’t know how to design print pieces. If I didn’t know how to do strategic mailers. If I didn’t know how to run ads. If I didn’t know how to make YouTube commercials. If I didn’t have a team of graphic designers. If I did not have a photographer, photographers. If I didn’t have videographers. If I didn’t have an entire team of business ninjas that were available to execute the business systems then there’s absolutely no way that business would have succeeded, even though the atmosphere and the experience. The product was good but there’s no way it would have succeeded without that team of business ninjas.
If you’ve ever found yourself where you’re going, “Okay, I need a team of business ninjas. I need I a wah, wah, wah. I need a graphic designer. Wah, that’s why ninja sound by the way. I need a photographer. That’s a punch. I need a search engine guy.” If I need a guy who just knows the whole strategy and kind of talks like those Asian movies back in the day, the old Bruce Lee movies where they couldn’t match … They didn’t have subtitles yet, they hadn’t figured that out, and so what they would do is they would have … It was like the subtitles were there but for some reason they would have an American do the voice, an English speaking person do the voice but the face of an Asian ninja was on the screen so he would say stuff like, “Come back here and I will fight you.”
If you don’t have an entire team of business ninjas who can help you grow your business for less money than you would spend on a barista, well then ding, ding, ding, ding. You, my friend, are most people and that is why we built our business coaching platform here at Thrive15.com.
However, in fairness to our competitors who I believe are second best, third best, fourth best and fifth best, there are other programs out there. There is the Traction program by Gino Wickman, which is a very fine program. It’s been written about, well documented. A very successful company. Much more expensive than our program.
Then there’s also the E-Myth program. E-Myth by Michael Gerber. Michael Gerber. He wrote the E-Myth, you know, the book E-Myth revisited. You should be working on your business to in your business. He wrote that stuff.
The next programs that exists that I believe to be a very good program is the Maui Mastermind program. The only problem is you have to spend $30,000 to go out to a seminar and if you don’t do that you gotta sign a contract. Our Thirve15.com business coach program has zero contracts. We include the entire team of business ninjas for less money than you would spend on hiring a full-time barista.
When we come back we’re going to get into the other benefits, the other benefits of how a business coach can help you. How can a business coach help you grow your business. If you feel stuck with your business, if you have a business and you feel stuck you definitely do not want to change the station because we’re going to get more into how a business coach can help you create sustainable profits. How to become profitable in a sustainable way. Stay tuned, Thrive Time Show.
Speaker 3: All right ladies and gentlemen, welcome back inside the dojo of mojo. Today I’m broadcasting live from the man cave where we’re always learning. We’re always earning and we’re always burning. Joined with me on today’s show, he’s not mic’d today but with us in his thoughts is my son, Mr. Aubrey Napoleon Hill Clark. He is the incredible age of 9 and he is obsessed with landscaping. This guy has a 48″ Husqvarna riding lawn mower. He’s taking his game to the next level and I’m teaching him the art of production. He’s watching us today, he’s heavily influencing the show. At any point if you feel like I sound stressed, I feel like I’m … It’s tough, he’s an intense manager, let’s just say that, he’s intense. It’s like having Darth Vader next to you is how it feels. He’s an intense guy. No, I’m just kidding.
Today on the Thrive Time show your business coach… He is with me though, I’m not kidding about that. But he is not an intense overlord like Darth Vader. Today we are talking about the value of a business coach and how does a business coach help you.
Move number three is a business coach can increase your profits in a sustainable way. I’m going to give you a notable quotable that I love and this comes from the guys who built the Scale program. It’s a business coaching program developed by the authors of the Maui Mastermind book. A sensational book. Great authors. This is their notable quotable. They say, “This isn’t something that hard work alone is going to solve. Blindly working hard is part of the problem. The more your growth is based on your personal production the more dependent your business becomes on you for that production. You’ve got to make sure that even in the midst of meeting the demands of your business you take some energy and invest it in the systems, the team, and internal controls that will allow you to scale your business beyond just-” I think someone needs to have us play that back. Okay, I played it back, here we go. “The more your growth is based on your personal production, the more dependent your business becomes on you for that production.”
My friend, how many of you have done that. You’re working so hard. You could not work any harder. I’m talking about … This is the deal. Bernie Sanders has suggested that we should to be working more than 40 hours a week, right. I’m going to go off on a little bit of a tangent but I promise I have a point. If you look up Exodus, that’s the Bible. But if you look up Exodus or maybe you look up like, I don’t know, say you want to look up Genesis. Just say you consult your Bible. Allegedly how many days did it take the infinite God, the God of infinite intelligence, the God, the trinity, the trifecta, the father, the son, the holy ghost. How long did it take the God of the universe to make the planet, allegedly? I’ll wait. 6 days, right? And he rested on the 7th. Let’s use that as example number one.
Example number two, let’s say that you’re not into religious, you’re just into business. Elon Musk, Google search this, Elon Musk. Elon Musk was once asked the keys to success. How has he built PayPal? How did he build Tesla? How did he build SpaceX? How did he build SolarCity? How is he doing this? He is he doing this? He says you must work 80 to 100 hours a week. He’s talking about to build these systems you gotta work 80 to 100 hours a week.
Let’s look at the three examples. God thinks that you and I should work 6 days a week to build a great creation and rest on the 7th. Elon Musk thinks we should work 80 hours a week. I’m telling you Bernie Sanders wants you to work 40 hours a week or less. Like 38 is what he’s looking for in paid time off. If you have a kid you get to take the year off and then if I’m good buddies with you and you got a kid and I feel like I’m emotionally invested in the kid but we’re not married but somehow I’ve help create the kid then I get to … I’m like a biological pseudo parent but I’m not actually going to be a parent, I’m just going to create the parent but be an absent parent. If I’m one of those people I get to take the year off too, or part of the year off. That kind of thing. For mortgage questions check out Total Lending Concept
You have extremes. Bernie Sanders is basically, obviously I’m kind of kidding around here, but Bernie Sanders is into almost socialism. Elon Musk thinks you should work every single second of the day. Then over here you have Henry Ford who, the same mind set. Work almost every day if possible. Then you have the Bible where the Bible’s saying, “Hey, just work 6 days a week to make that great creation, rest on the 7th.”
I’m telling you, my goal is for you to be able to work 10 hours a week or less. 10 hour? Yep, that’s my goal is 10 hours a week or less. Well, how am I going to do it? What you have to do is you have to take some time out of your schedule to work on your business and then other time to work in your business. I can’t tell you how many entrepreneurs are just annoyed when I suggest the concept of them taking time out of their schedule to work on the business and not just in the business. Business coach Clay Clark says.
People will come to me all the time and say, “Oh, pale male wise wizard, how do you do it, how have you been able to build these successful companies. What are your tips, what are your moves.” Then when you show them the moves they have a pushback where they go, “Yeah, I know that’s the moves but I don’t want to do the moves.” I say, “Why don’t you want to do the moves. These are the moves. These are the moves that we do. These are the moves.” They go, “Well, because, you know, I don’t want to change my website because my wife made it.” You’re like, “Okay, so that’s really the issue.” Or they’ll go, “I don’t want to change the website because my husband made it. I don’t want to change the business card because that’s the way we’ve always done it.”