Season 1,
26 MINS

PH – 09 | Being Selective About The Advice Given To You

February 07, 2016

Hey Everyone, 

Another organic episode from the spur of the moment.

If someone is offering you some advice, think for a moment and consider if the person giving the advice has applied what they’re preaching about. Or even ask them yourself, “how is that working for you?” if you get something along the line as “oh no I haven’t had the time or money to do it, but you should do it.” then just smile and let it go in one ear and come out the other. Don’t waste your time with that. If you’re going to achieve a goal or something, you’re going to mimic or study the people who’ve done it, who has the results, where its trackable, where they are literally living what they’re preaching.

There is a lot of noise out there, so be very selective. I’ve learnt this the hard way, and I’m here to look out for you guys.

When I was launching this podcast, I looked up to people such as Jason Moore, Lewis Howes, Pat Flynn, Tim Ferriss Why? Because they have a full blown podcast, and have a huge audience. I’ve studied them. Mimicked them and then turned it into my own, which is why we’re here today haha They’re the big players, and to stand among giants you need to replicate it.
So be selective. Do your research and make sure the information is backed up by the results.

 

Please be sure to be share this, and email me your thoughts at
Paul@pathhunters.com

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