Geoff Woods is the host of The Mentee, a podcast documenting his journey from full-time employment to full-time entrepreneurship. After hearing a Jim Rohn quote about being the average of the five people you spend the most time with, he decided to transform his life and surround himself with the right people. Today some of the biggest names in business are mentoring him on his journey. Geoff is on a mission to help other budding entrepreneurs to land heavy hitting mentors as well.
In every interaction that you have with a person, you should be asking yourself, how can I add value to this person’s life? – Geoff Woods
Be genuinely interested in what others have to say and sincerely offer to help them. Eventually, it will come back to you. It’s as simple as asking. Success habit: Planning, planning, and planning. Failing to plan is planning to fail.
Geoff’s One Idea
Geoff wanted to ensure his family’s future in case anything happened to him. After hearing Jim Rohn’s quote, he actively sought out the 5 people that would get him to where he wanted to be financially stable.
Geoff’s podcast, The Mentee highlights the key mentors in his life so that other budding entrepreneurs might be able to find and connect with them.
To connect with Geoff Woods:
30 Min Phone Call [Free]
Geoff’s email: email@example.com
5 Steps that Geoff took to land the best mentor he could find:
♦ Get clarity on what it is that you want.
♦ Start talking about it.
♦ Start going out there and attend events where possible mentors hangout – leverage social media.
♦ Be genuinely interested in others – offer to help sincerely.
♦ Rinse and repeat – continue to do the style that works best for you.
5 Moves To Start A New Business
If they were to start another business today, they would concentrate on these areas:
- Find the right mentor.
- Identify your ideal customer.
- Seek their feedback for what they want.
- Pre-sell your idea to them.
- Hire a virtual assistant (your most valuable asset is your time)
Three Feet from Gold by Greg Reid
Secret To Success
Be more interested than interesting.