My goal in creating The Turning Point Telesummit was to bring the best experts together to share practical tools and strategies to support entrepreneurs on their journey of creating and living the life they desire. My interview with Simon T. Bailey was filled with lots of valuable tips to create breakthrough results and success for those entrepreneurs who aren’t afraid to disrupt the norm and move their life and business to the next level. In Simon’s new book, The Vujá dé Moment!, is defined as you’ve never seen it but you intend to flip the status quo and create it. It’s all about disrupting your normal routine, flipping the script and becoming a game changer.
During the interview we discussed several ways entrepreneurs can disrupt the norm and create a Vujá dé Moment in their life and business. At the core, Vujá dé is all about seeing what others see but choosing to create something different. It challenges your thinking and the way you shown up in your life. Below are a few additional interview key takeaways.
* Individuals who are committed to taking it to the next level, must first of all provide an unforgettable experience. What’s that unforgettable experience that causes others to refer you business so much so that your phone rings off the hook?
* The most important asset that entrepreneurs must protect is their confidence. It’s critical to their success. They must forge ahead not worrying about what’s not happening but totally trusting that they have the wherewithal to really get through.
* Entrepreneurs have to stop selling and start connecting. Average people are always selling but brilliant people are always connecting. Connecting is not about what I can get from this person but what can I deliver to them that’s a value add, exceeds their expectations and creates a “wow”!
* Vujá dé is about being able to laser focus versus a floor lamp of confused energy that’s pulled in a million different directions. You’re not getting results because you’re all over the place.
* There’s a difference between being busy and being effective. When you’re effective you zero in and get more things done quicker, faster because you’re committed to doing what you do well.
Stay tuned for more key takeaways from The Turning Point Telesummit for Entepreneurs. This week’s featured guests are Michele Scism, Allyson Byrd and Pam Perry!