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Tell you what. Because I believe in Steve and know what he is capable of doing for anyone he engages, here's what I will do.
At no personal gain other than what I will learn from Steve, when he hits his ceiling for this group I will agree to do a call with Steve for the private group some time during the 30 day course. A half hour where he can hammer me (because he knows me), ask me some mindset and hard core questions. He's the one that called me out for bullshit a few years ago for answering his question at the meetup with a bullshit, canned answer. After that, we'll open it up for some questions and/or take some texted questions from within the group chat.
If you want to see me match wits (and lose) to one of the top motivational trainers and coaches in the United States, we'll do this call at Steve's convenience and when he thinks it might be beneficial for the group. Nothing is off limits when ever I talk to Steve, including my failures, my self limiting beliefs, and you can see him cut through the canned answers and how listening to a coach can produce huge wins.
I'm in the throws of wrapping up my commitment to the company I sold, and looking at putting an action plan in place for my next business. I'm great at dishing out advice behind a keyboard, but everyone needs someone in the room that is smarter than them. For me, that's @Kung Fu Steve
He doesn't need me. The value of his course is off the charts. But I want to participate, and since this course is about 3 months too early for what I need, this is a way I can get a little bit of time from someone that is to busy to want to take my calls, but he can light me up and break down some walls that may be useful for you to sit in on.
Your call, boss.
Hello Kung Fu Steve,
The big question to answer once again is what do you hope to achieve by joining up? Are you looking to grow you business? Are you looking for the support and distinctions that will get you out of your own way to do it? But we also need to be careful because this is going to be hard work. If you're not up for hard work and someone kicking your a$$ to get moving -- you won't like this.Hello Kung Fu Steve,
I have a slowlane monday - friday 9 hours a day job. Would I be able to pursue your coaching despite my crappy schedule? Also one last thing, will this coaching be suitable for online service businesses? I am planning to start offering a ppc-seo service. Kindly let me know, thank you.
Since it's just a pilot group it's only 30 people. Discord or Slack would be alright however they are terrible for layered comments. When I do a big launch in a month or two and put a few hundred people into the program -- Facebook is the only way to go.Well sh*t, for $200, why not?
Business is kind of at a crossroads right now, and it could definitely benefit from some kung fu steve as I plow forward to the next level.
@Kung Fu Steve have you thought about doing the group via slack or discord? Facebook groups are pretty crappy, not the least because they require me to be on facebook. I always thought facebook groups were a pretty poor way to do a group anyways, except for loosely banded interest groups where people just come and go as they please. It's too hard to dig up past info. In slack it's all categorized and chronological, and discussions happen in real time.
Am I going to get an email when events kick off, or do I really need to go onto Facebook to find out when things are happening?
Didn't know you were planning to scale big. Then yes, you're right.Since it's just a pilot group it's only 30 people. Discord or Slack would be alright however they are terrible for layered comments. When I do a big launch in a month or two and put a few hundred people into the program -- Facebook is the only way to go.
You'll get the schedule and everything via email. All the trainings will be inside the membership area. So really all the facebook group is for is basic announcements, questions on the material, daily check-ins, etc.
I'm also in EU, an extra hour further from LA than you. If you commit to it, you can find the time and make it happen.Hi, I'm really up for this but wanted to ask if the time zone would cause issues for any of the program? I'm in London, Uk so we're 8 hours ahead of LA for example. Thanks!
Hey all -- I really appreciate the kind words.
@PabloBlanco -- I was expecting more americans but it looks like we have 7 countries represented already... it should be a great time!
Time zone will never be perfect for us but I'll try to do it on a Saturday so it's easiER for people to log in.
Either way, everything will be recorded so if you miss something, you'll be able to catch on. And if you have questions that weren't answered you can post in the FB Group and I'll be right there.
You've brought up some really interesting things and I want to try to cover it all without creating a ginormous post.Any thoughts on how this could work having a full-time job working 12 hour shifts? I have some days off during the week, but when I'm working those 12 hour days, I have maybe 30 minutes to myself between getting home, making dinner for my wife and I, doing a few things, and then going to bed to be rested for the next 12 hour shift. My schedule also rotates on a 2 week cycle so one week I'm off M, T, F, Sa, Su, and then the next week I'm off We, Th. Two days on, Two days off, and then every other 3-day weekend. A big problem is that I'm so wiped out all the time that I feel like, lately, my mental energy is at an all-time low.
I was getting into web design, but after a slow start, I lost confidence in myself and put it aside. I've basically been distracting myself for the past 3+ months doing nothing to push me toward the freedom I crave.
Is it going to be worth it for me to get in or is this better suited for those who already have established businesses looking to get to a new level?
Dang it, I don't have a business and I am a wantaprenuer. But I am in, paid and sent a request for group access, thanks!!The big question to answer once again is what do you hope to achieve by joining up? Are you looking to grow you business? Are you looking for the support and distinctions that will get you out of your own way to do it? But we also need to be careful because this is going to be hard work. If you're not up for hard work and someone kicking your a$$ to get moving -- you won't like this.
We don't do well with excuses here
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