Think and Grow You with Chris FeltonMar 16, 2023
Your mindset is incredibly important, especially when it comes to your mindset towards your business and life as an entrepreneur. Being able to shift your thinking to the appropriate mindset can help you not only endure the toughest hardships, but grow from them. Chris Felton joins me to unpack how to get your mindset right and explain some of the key points to his new book, "Think and Grow You".
Chris Felton is a bestselling author and 7-figure entrepreneur. Over his 23-year career, Chris has led a team of over 175 agents and they have helped over 17,000 clients, and he’s achieved Top 1% status in a company of 50,000+ agents. As a thought leader in the financial services industry, Chris’ insights have been featured in major media outlets such as US News & World Report, Market Watch, Yahoo Finance, and Nasdaq to name a few.
Chris is committed to sharing his story and lessons learned from being on the brink of financial ruin and divorce to building one of the most successful financial services firms in the country.
While he’s achieved a lot of business success, life is about more than money for Chris. With his latest book and speaking series “Think and Grow You”, he focuses on helping driven entrepreneurs break through plateaus in their growth by learning how to get out of their own way and take their success, peace, and impact to the next level.
"You don't need to love it, but, man, you got to quit hating it. You created the mess. Quit beating yourself up. Accept your situation."
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. What are the negative belief systems that keep 90% of people in the US retiring broke?
2. Is it possible to reach peak productivity in one’s sixties?
3. How can forgiveness lead to financial success?
What you'll hear in this episode:
- The common misconception is that we’re financial advisors.
- What does putting in the work look like in terms of what he actually did?
- What contributes to the stuck feeling?
- When you stop speaking ill of other people, you become more attractive.
Here are some brief snippets from this episode:
Chris Felton is an Amazon best selling author. He speaks on how to change your thinking to create desired results. It has helped tens of thousands of people overcome their resistance to change. Also a CPA by training.
It's so easy to live in victim mode, and it's basically allowing my outside circumstances to dictate my thinking and my results. The steps in the book are, first and foremost, you got to really know what you want. You can start changing your life one step at a time.
The number one form of self-sabotage that we have is judgment. And so when you start accepting that you have good and bad and you're a miracle and a mess at the same time, your life starts working.
Chris' book is about the energy leaks that take our focus totally what we need to do. When you stop speaking ill of other people, there's an energy you exude when you share negativity. It makes you a more attractive person and somebody more trustworthy. One of his favorite quotes is optimism and delusion sleep in the same bed together.
And we can custom tailor talk workshops to fit their needs. Chris, thank you so much for jumping on the show today and sharing all. Great to be with you. You're a rock star.
Check out Chris' website: https://chrisfelton.me/
Read Chris' book: https://chrisfelton.me/book/
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