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This episode is a conversation with one of the main mentors in my life, Joel Salatin. We’re talking about the food industry, looking at the industry forces at play with Amazon’s recent acquisition of Whole Foods, the overall mindsets required for success, and much more.
Mentors are one of the main factors that will play into your success, and Joel Salatin is one of my main mentors. Consider this a sort of “listen in” on a mentor call with me and one of my mentors, and make sure that you are actively looking for your own mentors, to help take your life to the next level.“Half the time, conventional wisdom turns out to be idiotic behavior 20 years later” - Tai Lopez
(click to tweet)Points to Keep In Mind
- There is a lot of power in not feeling like you have to follow the crowd
- It’s very difficult to know if a large disrupter is overall a good or bad thing while it is happening
- Storytelling is probably the most effective aspect of good marketing
- The three main concerns of the millennial generation are care, community, and convenience
- Half the time, conventional wisdom turns out to be idiotic behavior 20 years later
- A mindset that is open to unconventionality is important to success
- A lot of times, it’s better to stay with your steady paycheck until the right time, when it really makes sense, to jump into entrepreneurship
- Poor time management is one of the main reasons that people are unsuccessful
- If you surround yourself with too many distractions, you will eventually fall for the temptation to be distracted
- Mastery requires repetition
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