How To Unlock Your Potential As An Entrepreneur – Peter Sage

2021-02-11T15:06:53+00:00

How To Unlock Your Potential As An Entrepreneur – Peter Sage

What is your mindset on being an entrepreneur, selling, customer service, and providing value to your clients? This episode will get you thinking about these things and more.

Peter Sage is a best-selling author, serial entrepreneur, multiple time TedX speaker, experienced trainer for Tony Robbins and self-mastery coach. He gives us inspiration on this episode to set our goals and minds and be our best.

3 Key Points

  • Stop focusing on what you think you want to do. Start asking yourself, “What value can I add right now that would solve people’s pain? What are people looking for right now?” and you’ll start spotting opportunities everywhere.
  • If you’re competing on price you’re a fool. Instead, learn to compete on the one thing people want – and that is to feel good. When people buy a product, they’re buying an experience. 
  • If you set goals that are based upon what you can contribute, who you can become, what you can give as gifts to the world, people can get excited about that. Focus on the value you can give to customers. If you align your heart and mind together, you have a powerful force.

Things Mentioned

Cliff Notes

Do you see things as a threat or as challenges and opportunities? It’s about how you react to the current of the river.

Check your thinking. What are you looking to do? Stop focusing on what you think you want to do. Start asking yourself, “What value can i add right now that would solve people’s pain? What are people looking for right now?” and you’ll start spotting opportunities everywhere.

How do you see yourself? Identity is everything. What identity do you have that prevents you from taking on and looking for opportunities? 

When you start tying in your identity with the amygdala, you start having a shift. Why? Because if your identity is entrepreneur – what’s on your clipboard? Opportunity. 

If you’re competing on price you’re a fool. Instead, learn to compete on the one thing people want – and that is to feel good. When people buy a product, they’re buying an experience. 

Regardless of what you’re selling, you’re selling something they want to buy because it either makes them feel better or avoid them feeling like crap. 

The entire customer journey is important. If you can feel the customers’ feelings and you can step in their shoes and you can engineer an experience that will make them go “Wow, i feel heard, felt, important.” If they feel these 3 things, they’ll feel great. 

The intangible stuff that clients get, that they don’t pay for, that’s what’s going to get you above the competition.

Start in the belief ability gap. A lot of people put stuff on their vision board but they don’t feel connected to it because it’s not part of their belief that they can achieve it. Set goals from a perspective that you feel is just a little bit of a stretch but is meaningful for you. 

If you set goals that are based upon what you can contribute, who you can become, what you can give as gifts to the world, people can get excited about that. Focus on the value you can give to customers. If you align your heart and mind together, you have a powerful force.

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