Randy Garn is a New York Times bestselling author, a passionate entrepreneur, and a high-performance coach and partner at the High Performance Institute with Brendon Burchard. Randy joins me today to discuss why now is the perfect time to focus on things that move the dial forward and declutter things from our lives and businesses that are holding us back.

Listen in as he shares how the pandemic has actually been a welcome catalyst for many businesses, as it has caused them to pivot and find new—and often more profitable—ways to generate revenue. You’ll learn the importance of relationships, why many of us have an energy issue instead of a time management issue, and one of the most important skill sets you can develop in both life and business.

In this episode, we cover topics such as:

  • Why relationships are important and how to turn them into revenue.
  • How to determine which relationships you should focus your energy on.
  • Why it is important to be able to pivot when needed.
  • How to incorporate some of the six high-performance habits into your life.
  • Why many of us don’t have a time management issue, but rather an energy issue.

 

Please enjoy today’s episode — and visit the resources below to find everything mentioned in the show!

What you will hear:

[5:16] Why now is the best time to focus on the things that will have the most positive impact.
[8:05] The two types of people that have emerged from the quarantine.
[9:36] What Randy’s journey has looked like, including one of his favorite entrepreneurial adventures.
[13:16] What he has been working on.
[16:00] How businesses can pivot during unexpected times.
[21:24] How to turn relationships into revenue and how to know which relationships to focus on.
[26:00] Some of the six top high-performing habits, including the one that is most important to Randy.
[40:00] How Randy manages to keep so many balls in the air and still be present and effective with each one.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

We’ve had four of the best months we’ve ever had because we’ve learned how to pivot and hustle and innovate well. - @randygarn Click To Tweet Being an entrepreneur, you have to learn how to pivot. The second you think you’re in charge, you realize you’re not. - @randygarn Click To Tweet You as an entrepreneur have to get super wicked smart and do some critical thinking and think about how to protect your business now. - @randygarn Click To Tweet

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