Quarter Million Becoming An Expert 2 The Research Expert | Transcription

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Introduction

Intro (00:00)

Hello my friend, welcome back to another day of training. Hopefully yesterday or the last video of your quick start if you're running through this hopefully gain some value from it. Hopefully those questions are starting to have you think like man what have I been through? What can I teach somebody? What are the top five things that would make my life different if I could go back and give them to an earlier version of myself? Because that's what we do, right? We're paying to condense down time. And in an effort to also help do that, let's talk about the second way to become an expert. The second way to become an expert is to become a research-based expert. See, I think the best experts in the world are the students that exist that refuse to stop learning. Maybe that's you right now. I know it's certainly me. I know if I don't at least read one book a week and implement it, not just read it, figure out how to implement it into this business, I feel like I'm dying. I'm a researcher over and over and over again. I think it's important to know that you can be a coach just based off research. Now, let me explain. Let me explain real quick. You don't need to have done something to quote unquote be an expert. Don't believe me? If you attended a college university, let's even say you went for your MBA, there's a very good chance the professor that sat in front of you that taught you all those lessons, he's probably never ran a Fortune 500 company before. I'd go as far as to say he hasn't ran a seven-figure company before. He's been in academia his whole life. He loves to help and inspire other people. He researches countless hours each day to provide valuable information to the students that sit in front of him. That's a research expert. So let me ask you a question. You might still not believe me. I get it. So if you were going to buy a racehorse for some strange reason right now, would you take advice from someone that's never been around a horse? It's never ridden one? Probably not, right? Makes sense. But what if that person that is giving you advice had interviewed the last 20 triple crown winners, the last 20 jockeys, horse owners, ranch hands, stable hands, drivers. What if they'd interviewed the last 20 people and distilled all of those lessons down into a simple step-by-step, 10-step proven system? Then would you listen? Would you be interested in what they have to say? Certainly you would be. I know I would be. So that leads another question. Have you ever heard of Napoleon Hill before? I look at him as the foundational element of all personal development as exists today. literally derived from interviewing the most wealthy people in America, really in the world, and distilling down their lessons into actionable items that created Think and Grow Rich. Now, those items in Think and Grow Rich didn't make Napoleon Hill wealthy while he was still alive. Certainly, the Napoleon Hill Foundation that currently exists today is very well capitalized, but it wasn't based off of his hard work. Not while he was alive. He was never actually a success until he passed. But he's now literally the most successful personal development offer of all time. So you can do this too. You can do this. Choose a topic you find to be valuable. Research it in great depth daily. Daily. The days that end with Y, right? All those days that end with Y, you should be researching this like your life depends on it because it very well may. You can interview others that have done it and done it with extreme greatness.


Academic Expertise And Tools

Research Expert (03:58)

You can create something proprietary from your findings, compile little pieces and parts from all the research that you've done over a long period of time. It's tough to be a research expert if you've only read three books and you've done it all in a month. Not quite there yet. Don't jump the shark on this one. It's not worth going too fast. To do this, you should be a good person. I know that's a novel concept, right? As you're watching, it's like, yeah, yeah, I'm a good person. I'm a good person. I get it. So am I. But it's tough in this space. And it's tough because we all think we need to claim to have more knowledge than we do. My friend, I don't believe so. Cite who you've learned from and who you've read. Write some of the elements of my life as it sits now. I've shared very openly. It started with about six years ago, Tony Robbins. And then Tony Robbins piggybacked into Dr. Wayne Dyer. And then Wayne Dyer opened this door, for whatever the reason, into a bunch of psychology. And then through that, eventually, I started paying Garrett White and Wake Up Warrior. And from that level, paid Dr. Mark Atkinson and the Human Potential Institute. And then a gentleman named Kevin Nations and all the brilliance that he has. And as I'm recording this, my one-to-one mentor, this guy named Corby Walters. See, I don't believe that me sharing that with you lowers my value in the marketplace. You're simply getting the condensed version of all the brilliance and all the hundreds of thousands of dollars that I've spent. You're getting it. The books that I consistently read, which I will always keep reading and keep sharing across the board over and over and over again, those help too. See, don't run from the fact that you share things. Don't run from the fact that you're always learning. It's a sign of pride. It means you care.


Powerful Questions (06:05)

So let's talk about some questions so you get your brain thinking before tomorrow's lesson. A few questions, right? The first one, what have you always truly been passionate about? Right? We typically get into coaching because, right, we feel compelled to, we feel inspired to, we picked up something here, we picked up something there. But what if you're not passionate about it? Now's the chance. Now is your time. What are you really, really passionate about? What do you like to help others with? What are those things? What do you like to help other individuals with? Again, if money wasn't an object, let me say, I just give you a million dollars and all your bills are paid, your house is paid for, your cars are paid for, you've taken the vacations, and money no longer matters. What would you like to help others with? The reason you think people need help in this area is, in fill in the blank. And then to start researching this topic here are the five people that I would love to interview and more specifically I would pivot that into something called the dream 100 if you only have five people you'd love to interview I would challenge you to say, you just don't care enough. You should have 100 people that if money wasn't an object, you connect with them and interview them and distill down their brilliance, you would take it all. And I will show you a way to get in front of those 100 people. It's not gonna be quick. Remember, success swings singles. We just have to make contact every day. So answer those questions. Hope you're getting more and more clear on those different ways you can be a coach. Tomorrow, we're going to share the third part of this training on how to become a true expert in your field.


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