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Now displaying: November, 2020
Nov 19, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd speaks with Joel Brown about how to shape relationships in a way that eliminates all conflicts!

 

Episode Highlights:

  • Many motivational people want to build businesses that attract people to them instead of chasing people
  • The goal should be making people want to share your content by doing great work
  • Use surveys and social media engagement to get to know your audience and what they resonate with
  • As a visionary and creator, Joel is able to show people that he is speaking from his personal wisdom
  • Joel encourages his writers at Addicted to Success to come from a different angle that portrays their authenticity
  • Addicted to Success runs itself independently because of Joel’s ability to attract great writers
  • Content creation acted as a training ground for Joel to overcome any self-limiting beliefs that he had
  • Dropping out of high school didn’t stop Joel from making millions of dollars and achieving true success
  • Achieving the first few things of his vision gave Joel the confidence to skyrocket his success
  • The ability to focus on one main business, rather than separating your focus, will allow you to move to the next level
  • Living life on your own terms allows your audience to embody what it feels like to attain real freedom
  • Right now, businesses have the choice to move online and create content or watch their business die
  • Money can give a false impression of being big and successful
  • Being great means to achieve great results, not appearing big to the rest of the world
  • Status should not be about what other people think of you but of what you think of yourself
  • Once you can move past feeding on the money and cars, you can truly enjoy the process of creation
  • A journey of self-discovery will make the content reveal itself and you will know what to share
  • Joel was able to create more harmony in his life by entering the acceptance energy frequency

 

3 Key Points

  1. The fear of rejection and being judged stops people from creating great things.
  2. Surrounding yourself with people that both encourage you and keep you grounded is incredibly important to success.
  3. Too many people are focused on being big when they should be focused on being great.

 

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “When you know more about who you are, you know how to pull the best out of you to share with the world.” - Joel Brown
  • “It’s sharing the journey along the way and just being unapologetic in your approach to how you learn and how you bring value to the world.” - Joel Brown
  • “That’s a really good thing along the way is to be grounded by good people that encourage you and support you and lift you up.” - Joel Brown
  • “A lot of people are chasing the things that they think are going to fulfill them because they are avoiding doing the work within themselves.” - Joel Brown
  • “Identify with the parts of life that light you up the most.” - Joel Brown

 

You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at https://gamechangersmovement.com/networking - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  

 

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Nov 12, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd talks about the 5 rules to entrepreneurial greatness that he has gathered from his multi-millionaire guests. They all adhere to these rules!

 

Episode Highlights:

  • In the past few months, Peter has been lucky enough to interview plenty of incredible multi-millionaires
  • There is one thing that all of Peter’s incredibly successful guests have in common
  • Each guest has some kind of pain from their past that they use as motivation to turn adversity into an advantage
  • People who grow up that had everything given to them usually don’t have the hunger to achieve greatness
  • Peter’s guests have much higher standards that they set for themselves that are shaped by what they want and where they want to go
  • You’ll get what you tolerate, so don’t tolerate being disrespected, being broke, or having bad energy around you
  • Everyone has a thermometer, whether it’s with their health or income, that is set by their self-expectations
  • Make a list of the things that you shouldn’t be doing, your weaknesses, and delegate those out to avoid wasting your time
  • Focus on your area of genius, your strengths, and delegate everything else to your team
  • You need to delegate any task that someone on your team can do 80% as good as you
  • Truly successful people have a deep desire to give value to their audience
  • Peter doesn’t interview all multi-millionaires, only the ones that he respects because of their ability to add value
  • Pressure and bounceback, the ability to fail and try again, are essential to achieving your goals
  • Greatness itself can only be achieved by those who are willing to fail more times than their competition
  • An obsession with problem-solving within their field has fueled the GOATs in every industry



3 Key Points

  1. If you ever feel complacent, you haven’t experienced enough of the type of pain that alters you as a human.
  2. Lower standers and a fear of risk stop those in the 6-figure range from crossing that threshold into the 7-figure range.
  3. Successful people focus on their strengths, things that keep them engaged, and things that produce growth in their business.

 

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “If you want to be a millionaire, talk to billionaires. You’ll get there quicker.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Anytime they find themselves getting complacent, they put another challenge in front of them that scares them and they take action on that.” - Peter Voogd
  • “The goal of business is not only to make more money and work more hours...the goal is to work on things you love...while creating a business that helps people, that gives back.” - Peter Voogd
  • “There are things that maintain your business and there are things that produce growth.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Through adversity comes greatness and through failure comes a sharper perspective.” - Peter Voogd

 

You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at https://gamechangersmovement.com/networking - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  

 

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Nov 5, 2020

In this episode of Y.E.L 2.0, your host Peter Voogd speaks on what it takes to achieve greatness in both your life and business. This is the roadmap for joining the 1%!

 

Episode Highlights:

  • Too many people make the mistake of waiting for permission from other people
  • People who reach for greatness never ask for permission
  • High-performers generate their own successful traits, whether they were born with them or not
  • Invest your time in something long-term; those who reach greatness have a life obsession that lasts decades
  • Knowing your strengths and weaknesses is the ultimate power in life and will allow you to bring in people who complement your weaknesses
  • People will never reach their max potential if you have them focus their energy on both their strengths and weaknesses
  • No matter the size of your wealth, you must constantly be growing and learning
  • Do not let anyone’s opinion control your state of mind, rather, write down what you learn from your experience
  • The more that you can fail, the higher your level of success will be if you can stay dedicated to your craft
  • Criticism from critics is just a defense mechanism and needs to be ignored
  • Failure is just a part of the process of becoming great
  • The more you are invested in becoming great at something, the harder it is to give up
  • Give up the need to be perfect and to be liked in order to be authentic and test
  • You must go above and beyond having a passion for your craft; you must have an obsession to be great
  • Focus on one thing, the vital thing that will allow you to be great at that one thing instead of being good at many things

 

3 Key Points

  1. Successful traits can be generated, such as energy, courage, productivity, and clarity.
  2. The most successful people invest themselves in life-long obsessions, never focusing on the day-to-day.
  3. The most successful people in the world learn from every experience and do not let others’ opinions affect their mindset.

 

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “When you want something, you go for it.” - Peter Voogd
  • “In order to generate something, you have to focus on it long enough until after you’re uncomfortable.” - Peter Voogd
  • “Every person you meet and everything you do has a lesson you can learn, it’s up to you to figure out that lesson.” - Peter Voogd

 

You can download Peter’s exclusive networking blueprint at https://gamechangersmovement.com/networking - This blueprint will give you the exact scripts Peter uses to get ahold of anybody.  

 

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