FtL 3: Tim Brownson-The Life Coach Who Learned A Huge Life Lesson In Business
Play • 48 min

This show's guest is Tim Brownson. Tim is a kick-ass life coach with a great sense of humor.

In this episode Tim shares how he went from sales into coaching. And then, how his coaching business almost failed until he had a swift kick in the ass: He lost all his savings.

Here's what Tim and I discuss in Episode 3:

  • Money doesn't buy happiness.
  • How sales led him into coaching and how he let his sales experience hold him back.
  • What happens when you don't focus and take your business seriously.
  • The challenge of working for yourself, when you have no one to hold you accountable.
  • How losing his entire savings finally kicked him in the ass.
  • The self-delusion that kept Tim thinking success was about to "hit" at any moment. The tipping point was within his grasp.
  • Why you can't take your foot off the gas in a competitive industry.
  • How easily the world will forget about you.
  • Why Tim said, "People expect you to be competent. That doesn't get you raving fans."
  • What makes people really rabid fans?
  • Why you should stop worrying about always showing your best side.
  • Why Tim said, "Nobody farts on a first date."
  • Why Tim needs to fear waking up to find a Grizzly Bear looking for salmon in his fridge.
  • Why Tim said, "We haven’t got that much mental bandwidth that we can be looking at different things at the same time." And how it stopped his business for over a year.
  • When it's important to "burn the ships."
  • When you should commit to your outcome.
  • The importance of "invigoration."
  • What happens when your expectations aren't in line with reality. And how it prevents your success.

Enjoy the show.

View original post on FailToLearn.com

More episodes
Search
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu