Dec 1, 2021
Imagine if you would’ve had the focus at 15 years of age that you have now. What would that look like? I don’t know about you, but when I was 15, I wasn’t thinking about starting a business, building a team, or making lump sum investments into anything beyond girls and cars.
Zach Sasser was different. Zach is a serial entrepreneur and the current leading Sales Rep at Break Free Academy in Addison, Texas. He is managing co-partner in a tree removal business, and operates as a partner in his brother’s roofing company recruiting, training, and selling. At 15, he spent his time doing the work to create his very first marketing agency, and at 21, he’s projected to be a millionaire before he’s 27.
In today’s episode, Tom and Zach take a journey back one year when they first met. Zach and Tom discuss the differences between his confidence then, compared to now and outline the processes in thinking and execution that totally changed the game for Zach and the Apex organization. They discuss coming up in family businesses, the difference 20 years makes, their favorite books, intentionality, dream boats, writing and creating your perfect day and much more. They take an existential dive into the big picture by focusing on the little consistent things done daily that collapse time and create new realities.
What You'll Learn:
“Business owners are real smart. If anything, they’re smarter cause they realize they can use leverage, start using other people’s time, building multiple streams of income. You don’t have to rely on one source. And that’s whenever it started to open my eyes. I was 15 learning about digital marketing and funnels and that’s really why I arrived here.”
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From his start in the GPS tracking industry to founding the Step It Up Academy, Tomas Keenan is on a mission to break out of the concept of “average” and reach the success that is anything but. And he wants you to join him.
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