Dec 8, 2021
Opportunities are everywhere if you simply know where to look. So, what happens when you find all these opportunities? Do you feel a sense of entitlement? Superiority? Or do you shut the f#ck up and do the work?
Today’s guest is allergic to slackers and underachievers. Drewbie Wilson is the Vice President of Break Free Academy, host of the Crushing the Day Before it Crushes You, a best-selling author of a book with the same title. He’s also host of “The Apex Spotlight For fun, he likes to help people close business and creates courses to help the masses.
Tom and Drewbie take a deep dive outlining everything from modern-day culture, applying the rules of old that still work to this day. Drewbie gives you the game of everything he’s doing and what works. They’ll discuss why it’s important to constantly coach with someone at a higher level than yourself, the power of assessments and how they’re used to build a team.
What You'll Learn:
“I’m a simple man. Less decisions make my life easy. Black shirt, jeans, and a hat and I see people that will look at me and judge me. I went to buy a couch last year and I’m wheeling and dealing with this guy, and he offered me a zero percent credit card for 18 months. I thought, “that’s free money.” I asked him what it would take to get started and he gave me an application. I filled it out and lined out my monthly income and he came back saying, “No, no. It needs your monthly income, not annual income. "I told him that WAS my monthly income. His demeanor changed when he realized I was not a broke boy.”
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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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