In this week’s video, Eric talks about Thanksgiving week. Even if you’re not in the U.S. and don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, it is a good time of year to take a look at our lives and give thanks, appreciate the opportunities we have been given, and be grateful for the life we live and the relationships we have.
In this week’s Leader Interview, Eric catches up with Whitney Husband, a majorly successful young entrepreneur and mom. Whitney is from a small town in Texas with only 2,000 people. At the age of 28, Whitney has become wildly successful and is the definition of what Network Marketing can do for you.
In this week’s video, Eric talks about the upcoming holiday season and how too many people become lax in their business during this time.
Eric starts off by providing some math for everyone. View your business like a retail store that’s open for 365 days of the year. If the store is closed for one day, you lose one-third of 1% of your revenue. If you have to close your store for six days, then you lose about 2% of your revenue. What if a semi-truck runs into your store, and you have to close it down completely for 60 days? Then 20% of your revenue is gone, and there is no way you can get it back.
In this week’s interview, Eric sits down with Montana cowgirl, Deni Robinson.
In this week’s show, Eric does the most dangerous thing a person can do: talk politics…. Have you heard about the new Broadway show, Hamilton? Eric recently saw it with his family, and it reminded him that politics is a dirty business. Eric’s take on politics is that you should vote for the candidate of your choice and then practice the serenity prayer. Control what you can deal with and let go of everything that’s outside of your control.
In this week’s Million Dollar Interview, Eric sits down with Joe Occhiogrosso & Frank Marone. Both these men always wanted to own their own business and had the entrepreneurial spirit. Frank grew up in Stanton Island and worked on Wall Street for 25 years. Joe grew up in New York also and was in the insurance business. Between new technology and the economy failing, both Joe and Frank were living month to month hoping their businesses wouldn’t crash.
In this week’s show, Eric talks about how you can supercharge your learning! What is the number one fastest way to learn? It’s activity; you’re going to learn faster than anything by “doing.” What’s the second most powerful way to learn?