Get Different Weekly: America's Wealth, Perfect Businesses & Billionaires
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Edition at a Glance
Quote: America’s greatest wealth
Tweet: Close $3,000/month clients
Thought: My perfect business
Podcast: Sleep like a billionaire
Surprise: Rules of marketing
My studied belief is that America’s greatest wealth is its oddballs, weirdos, seers, compulsives & autodidacts. They’ve transformed science, business, religion & the arts. Making more space, not less, for nonconformity & improvisation is the way of prosperous peaceful flourishing.
via Walter Kirn
Note: changing up this section (at least for this week) and giving you one original thought I’ve been toying with since we talked last. Hope you enjoy!
My Ideal Business
No Zoom calls, ever
One-man business (employee)
Plenty of free time to be creative
Skilled VAs to handle the back-end
No open-ended "coaching" relationships
Able to say “no” to anyone I don’t enjoy working with
Automate everything that can be automated via Zapier
Do not need to be present to sell or fulfill
Highly-leveraged with time & talent
Focused on my unfair advantage
Focused on deliverables
Can be run from an iPad
What’s on your list of must-haves for your ideal business? Comment below and lemme know 👇
The Billionaire's Peak Performance Playbook
Official (Boring) Description: Trey Lockerbie chats with Neurophysiologist and Billionaire coach, Louisa Nicola. Louisa founded Neuro Athletics to provide scientific strategies to help athletes and investors achieve peak performance.
Non-Official Justin Description: Billionaires…they’re just like us! Louisa blew my mind with this one. Everyone, everywhere, is underestimating the importance of the basics: sleep, hydration, diet. I know it may not sound sexy. But—oh baby—it is. Billionaires are obsessed with getting an edge. Now we have the playbook to see exactly how they do it.
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