I pray you never have to find yourself at the bottom of the proverbial hole like today’s guest did, Feeling burnt out, running solo with no support, and a myriad of other things that life will throw at you…
HOWEVER, if you do find yourself there, it is the perfect time to hit the “Reset” button, whatever that reset is for you. Today’s guest version of the reset was to start a business leveraging some of the past relationships he had fostered.
Byron Van Pelt helps coaches and experts grow their business by discovering and emphasizing the value of what makes them unique.
He is the creator of the Genuine Authority Model, a methodology to guide conscious leaders beyond the first six figures in their business, he is also a coach with 8-years experience, a consultant, author, father, filmmaker, and electric skateboard enthusiast.
On today’s episode, Byron reveals the value of building a business out of leveraging good relationships, He also explains how to shift from the hustle mindset to relationship building, amongst a bunch of other useful topics.
“Most people suck in building TRUST.” – Byron Van Pelt
Some of the topics we discussed include:
- The power of building a business from relationships
- What’s your SUIT and how it defines you
- The problems people face in dealing with relationships
- How to transition from the “hustle mentality” to relationship building
- What it takes to be really VULNERABLE and AUTHENTIC
- Adil’s revelation on attempting suicide and how he got over it
- How Byron takes over being MORE of himself through content
- Byron’s reading list
References & links mentioned:
- Adil Amarsi’s Website
- Story Selling Email’s Website
- John Wick
- Conan the Barbarian
- Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure
- Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
- Con Air
- Keanu Reeve’s Movies
- X-Men Origins: Wolverine
- Silent Power by Stuart Wilde
- The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida
- The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden
- Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland
- Relentless by Tim Grover
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