This week’s episode is a quick solo session. While at the gym, I was struck with a realization that I had to share with you fine folks. I dive into the concept of “micro goals” and how they can help you achieve your biggest dreams.
I often find there to be incredible parallels between fitness (physical growth) and personal optimization (personal growth). I find these ties to be extremely helpful in conceptualizing how personal development contributes to our success and growth in life. Join me as I share how micro goals work both in the gym and in our lives.
Also, I really want to make sure that this show is delivering value to you. That’s the whole reason I started this show in the first place. So in an effort to do that, I want to give you all the opportunity to get on my calendar and schedule some time for us to connect over a quick phone call. I want to know where you’re struggling right now and how I can best serve you.
There are no strings attached to this offer. I’m not selling or charging anything. So if you’re interested, please head over to millennialmm.com/call to book a call with yours truly. I hope to talk to you soon!
In this episode, we explore how our guest truly went from zero to hero. I’m honored to be joined by Melbourne, Australia native, Markado Escano. Markado went from dropping out of college, to starting his own business, to surrounding himself with some of the giants of the personal development industry like Peter Voogd, Joel Brown, Lewis Howes and Tai Lopez.
Markado teaches me the formula he used to get around the high performing individuals that he now partners with in his own business. He shares some amazing strategies to elevate the level of your network.
Please enjoy this conversation with Markado Escano. If you find this episode valuable, I’d really appreciate it if you headed over to millennialmm.com/itunes to subscribe to the show and leave an honest rating or review. Thanks for checking out the show!
My favorite quote from this episode:
“Rock bottom is the strongest foundation you could have.”
One of the main goals of this show is to provide actionable advice and tactical direction on how to be more successful in your day to day life in order to build a foundation for success in your future. This episode does that by teaching you how to send a powerful email to someone you’ve never met.
Alex Berman has become an expert on the topic of cold emailing by building a company that has sent over a million of them. He goes through what he’s learned and shows us exactly how to craft a baller email.
In this episode of the Millennial Mastermind Podcast I am joined by Andy Halko, the owner and founder of strategic marketing agency, Insivia. Throughout his career, Andy has successfully navigated the challenges involved with being a young business leader. A few of the topics we cover include:
My Favorite Quotes:
"Every single person in the world knows something that you don't know, so you're always a student." -Andy Halko
"Your attitude in how you face anything is 99% of the battle." -Andy Halko
"Attitude can define everything in your life." -Andy Halko
"The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has actually taken place." -George Bernard Shaw
Links and resources mentioned:
Learn more about the Johari Window here.
No matter what your industry, job title or career stage, you're a salesperson. You could be selling product to a client, selling your boss on paying you more or selling your kids on why they need to eat their vegetables. All of us are selling every day. Heck, my girlfriend just sold me on a new coffee table without me even realizing it.
That's why when Jedi Master Salesman Gene McNaughton talks... I listen. Gene gives some powerful advice in this episode, including the 5 steps to get anything you want in life.
Apologies in advance for the less-than-stellar sound quality. I'm still trying to figure out this whole "microphone" thing. But nonetheless, it's a great episode!