Chris Brogan - Earning the Right to Sell and Serve

Earning the right to sell & serve

with Chris Brogan from Owner Media Group

Chris Brogan Quote

I love people. I have always loved people. But as much as I've loved people and wanted them to win, when I went into business for myself I couldn’t help but think about “what’s in it for me”.

Don’t judge me. If you’re honest you do it too.

If I look back it's most prominent starting out in business. As my basic needs were met it evolved from a primal type instinct of killing my next meal to a more cloaked approach that focused on strategies,scripts and models. Who could I emulate to produce the income and results I wanted for my life and my business?

Now in phase 3... (I don’t know how many phases thereare but I’m sure I’ll find more)… I have discovered an interesting law or principle at work in the world that has to do with adding value out to the world without knowing exactly how that will come back to me.

But my intention and my goal in creating this podcast is to explore what it looks like to be successful in business while staying true to yourself.

And this conversation with Chris Brogan today is a great step in that direction.

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In today’s interview Chris Brogan, CEO of Owner Media group, New York Times best selling author and keynote speaker gives us a sneak peak into the difference between entrepreneurs like himself, and the entrepreneurs who are barely scraping by with their businesses.

And it all comes down to how entrepreneurs approach leadership.

Where most entrepreneurs seek authority, Chris’ approach is that the easiest way to earn authority is to not seek it.

The easiest way to earn authority is to not seek it.

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Where many people who are creating online are typing for the sake of it, Chris’ approach is to share stories – both his own experiments, successes and failures, and those of the people he wants to serve – to bond with the type of people he hopes to connect with.

Where most entrepreneurs believe authenticity is hidden inside their ability to express themselves, Chris believes that there’s a vast difference between expressing oneself and being helpful, and the greatest expression of oneself in business is to find out what people need and help them solve that problem.

In this episode, we’ll see how Chris has applied these principles in his own business to amass a huge following of dedicated and loyal customers and fans which has helped him make a global impact with his work.

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An efficient soulful approach for bringing more people into your business

(or following up with the ones you already have - wink, wink)

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