The BIGGEST Mistake We're Making When Building Accountability-Based Businesses
No organization can thrive without a built-in accountability system, but even though most of us are trying to implement one, we’re not always going about it the right way. Where are we going wrong? What does a truly accountability-based business look like, and how can we put it into action? Who should we be holding accountable in the first place, and how should we do it? In this episode, you’re invited to an ERS coaching call on accountability where you’ll learn the pillars o
Steve Sims on The Question We Don’t Ask Enough & Why We Shouldn’t Give Clients What They Want
Underneath every client's wants is a deeper emotional need and motivation - and it’s our job to discover and deliver it. The problem is: many entrepreneurs don’t go deep enough to truly discover what this is. We ask our clients one question and forget that the power is in the third or fourth question. It’s impossible to create an impactful and powerful experience without knowing what truly drives our clients. Today, we’re joined by an entrepreneur and author who has built his
What Did David Dodge Learn From His Real Estate Investing Failures?
Getting to 600+ investing transactions and a 100-unit unicorn deal is an incredible feat for any investor, but that level of success doesn’t come without hard lessons and failures. Failure is a non-negotiable part of building a business, and people who are willing to endure and keep moving forward will crush it. If we stop defining failure as a loss, and start seeing it as a necessity, we’re on the path to greatness. On the road to becoming a successful investor with 600+ dea