Joe shares how to maximize opportunities while staying sane and healthy through the COVID-19 chaos.
How do you cut through the distancing to really connect? Learn how to navigate the COVID-19 chaos with sage calmness, powerful connections – and while still earning plenty of cash – in today’s episode of the Genius Network Podcast. In this episode, Joe Polish is interviewed by Craig Duswalt, a keynote speaker, author, podcaster, and the creator of RockStar Marketing and Rock Your Life. They break down how to transform bad news into good news and why now’s the time for building and reinvention. Craig and Joe will also discuss how to preserve yourself mentally and emotionally through the chaos so you can clearly see opportunity, jump on it, and become a stronger human being in the process.
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Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Craig and Joe in this episode:
- Why treating yourself like a “Million Dollar Racehorse” could transform your life.
- A very important lesson Joe learned early on about connecting with other people.
- How to mentally and emotionally avoid exhausting yourself during COVID-19.
- What you can do to discover the one problem that could solve 100 other problems.
- The “Magic Rapport Formula” for connecting with famous, hard-to-reach people.
- Why transforming “Bad News” into “Good News” is one of the keys to more cash.
- How to avoid getting used by people when you are helping and serving them.
- Why now is the perfect opportunity to build your business and reinvent yourself.
- Joe shares how Genius Network can help you become an even better entrepreneur.
- A simple method for enhancing strengths, eliminating dangers, and reaching opportunities.
- Send THIS to build and fill your network with people who like, love, and appreciate you.
- What to do to when you’re feeling anxious, overwhelmed, depressed, angry, or suicidal.
- How to transform adversities into breakthrough advantages in just 10 minutes.
- Everyone’s going through a tough time in their own way; Joe’s busier than ever.
- The opposite of addiction is connection – Genuis Recovery Foundation works with people battling addiction.
- If you owned a million-dollar racehorse you’d do everything you could to take care of it.
- Solve one problem that solves 10 problems, like more sleep solving at least 10 more problems.
- A true entrepreneur is someone who makes things better and solves problems for a profit, not someone who sells snake oil or exploits others.
- When you have a solution to bad news or transform good news into bad news, then you have value, and people will pay you for it.
- Where there’s anxiety there’s an opportunity but remember to also give.
- The Genius Network started as an interview series and grew from there.
- Addiction thrives in shame and you’re as sick as your secrets.
- Getting connected with celebrities: The Magic Rapport Formula.
- Just because someone is well-known doesn’t mean they’ll open doors.
- Think: What’s my objective? How can you solve their pain?
- Either you’re connecting with someone or you’re trying to escape.
- The Magic Rapport Formula: Invest time, money, and energy into relationships.
- Send a genuine offering a bit of advice, connection, strategy, or thanks.
- Be a giver, sincere, and personable; that’s how you’ll attract other givers.
- Joe does 10 minutes of disciplined and precise thinking time with his assistant, Eunice.
- Experience, strength, and hope: That’s what a 12-step sponsor is there for.
- If you’re in a depression or funk, write a letter to yourself.
- Vices, addictions, and abuses of all kinds are up.
- Sometimes you just have to act with courage.
- Meditate, drink water, get sun, and take care of your body.
- When you take on the world’s pain, it’s hard to feel grateful or have fun.
- Genius Recovery – Check out the site to see resources, donate, and get free support.
- If you don’t process trauma it will fester and cause pain and struggle forever.
- Bond with clients, reduce suffering and take responsibility.
- Be a result leader, not a thought leader.
- Ask: “What would Sean Stevenson do?” when things are tough.
- Overcome your dangers by borrowing strengths from your strengths.
- Context – not content – is king!