The Science Of Personal Achievement – Episode 3 – Part 3
On this episode of “The Science of Personal Achievement” business coach Clay Clark and entrepreneur Clifton Taulbert go over the story of a young entrepreneur who concentrated on the concept of doing what you can do and doing it. Lets say you had a young entrepreneur you were mentoring. What would you say to that young individual? Would you use him to take on your challenges? Or would you give him his wings to go fly and become the entrepreneur of his dreams? Clifton Taulbert at one point of his life started to sell the StairMaster. Which is a U.S company specializing in the design and production of fitness equipment. Clifton Taulbert has never sold one, nor had he ever really dug into the market of fitness equipment. In this story Clifton Taulbert talks about what he did to win over an agreement to exclusively sell the StairMaster to the U.S. federal government. Regardless of what Clifton Taulbert was lacking, he was able to focus on learning and doing what he could control. He went into this mode of learning about this product, what happened to your body? Clifton Taulbert boldly took on the challenges of selling the StairMaster to the federal government . After about twenty to thirty months he finally sold his first StairMaster. Clifton Taulbert was able to harness his negative experiences into energy to help push his purpose. The lesson taught in today’s episode gives us the perspective of an opportunity and how it can take take time to see the end result. So that business you are working so hard into will eventually begin to produce fruit. With the Thrive15 team and all its resources provided, your new business idea will take off with a breeze. Join Clay Clark and his team as they help you overcome the daily challenges you may face.