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Why Dave Decided to Talk About the #1 Metric or KPI to Track Your Business in 2019: As the new year began, Dave has been thinking a lot about goals and which goals truly measure the success for our businesses. So for your new year come and listen into what Dave has learned about the #1 metric you should be aiming for hitting this year. Tips and Tricks for You and Your Business: (3:34) Living Your Sale Even Before You Get on Stage (5:08) Russel Brunson: Body Language Whisperer (7:15) ClickFunnels’ Success is Our Customer’s Success (11:30) Your “Raving Fans” Will Always Be Your Best Ad Campaign (14:34) Talking to Your Leaving Customers Quotable Moments: (3:15) “As I sat there I started thinking, ‘What are the metrics, as you go into the new year that you need to focus as a business owner’. What’s the number one thing you really need to pay attention to.” (9:58) “I encourage you, as you take a look at 2019 and the measurements you might be using, the success of your customers is truly the main number you are going to want to be measuring.” (13:06) “I would really look at the value you’re providing this year. What can you do this year to help your customers just casually talk about how your product or service is so amazing” Other Tidbits: Just a fair warning to the fortunate souls who get interviewed by Nathan Latka, you better have your company’s numbers ready to fire off or else it’s going to be a rough go around. Dave is highly determined that most reasons your customers will leave you is beyond numbers and dollars. People are highly emotional and thus should be treated as such instead of dollars. Always remember the hardest dollar to earn in your business is the first, and it could be the same for your customer Important Episode Links: Dave’s Podcast Suggestions - Russel Brunson’s “Marketing Secrets”- Andrew Warner’s “Mixergy”- Nathan Latka’s “The Top”- Rachel & Dave Hollis’ “Rise Together” FunnelHackingLive.comFunnelHackerRadio.com FunnelHackerRadio.com/freetrial FunnelHackerRadio.com/dreamcar ---Transcript--- Speaker 1: 00:00 Welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast, where we go behind the scenes and uncover the tactics and strategies top entrepreneurs are using to make more sales, dominate their markets, and how you can get those same results. Here's your host, Dave Woodward. Speaker 2: 00:16 Hey, funnel hackers. So excited to have you back with me today. This is a kind of a fun little podcast. It's come down to the end of the year and it's been fascinating to me as I hear about everyone you know, talking about New Year's resolutions and things are focusing on and we're looking at things and review things I absolutely love doing is listening to podcasts. Obviously as a podcast host, I spend a lot of time listening to other people's podcast too and from a business perspective and the main ones I listened to obviously first and foremost is Russell's a marketing secrets. If you're not listening, that one, add that to your list. In addition to that, I really like Andrew Warner from mixergy and Nathan Lat [inaudible] at the top of both these focus more on business side and sas metrics in and all the things that that being part of click funnels, it's super important to and then from a personal standpoint, I always, I really love a rise together with Rachel, Dave Hollis, so those are some of the main ones I listened to and then there's a host of others that I hit and miss quite a bit but is interesting. Speaker 2: 01:17 As I was listening to Nathan Laka and Andrew Warner this morning, kind of bingeing on quite a few different things they were talking about is we're coming down to the end of the year. You're Nathan spends a lot of time just talking about numbers and metrics and everything else and Andrew's a. If you were there with us in Salt Lake era in Provo, Utah when we had him there interviewing Russell. It was fascinating just to. I love his interview style. The crazy thing about Andrew is I've never known anyone who is truly. I mean, just genuinely interested in other people as much as Andrews. This is a guy who goes out of his way. I was fascinated. I was sitting there at the, uh, at the event I'm usually trying to make sure that any of the speakers or our guests are rustling wells, that they, they're able to kind of get in the state they need to before they actually go on stage. Speaker 2: 02:03 And so like with JP sears and made sure he was kind of sequestered away and same with Russell, but Andrew, he literally loved meeting ingredient everybody and asking them a ton of questions about them, their business, why they were there, what was interesting to them. And as I was kind of reflecting on that and then listening to a lot to Nathan Laka, his whole thing on the opposite, he is, he drills people for numbers. I mean he is a metrics guy and you better know what, again, this is all sas talk, but you better know what your cac as far as your cost to acquire customer. What is your Ltv, your lifetime value, what's your art? But what your, your revenue per user and he literally just go through it all, just drills guys and men and women and whatever on her show. Really trying to find out exactly what are the metrics of the business, what are they doing to make things change and you know, increase top line revenue as well as obviously increasing bottom line revenue. Speaker 2: 02:56 You know, what's your ages goes crazy on this type of. So they're always typically 15, 20 minutes, pretty close to 20 minutes and it's just, I felt sorry for this guy who was going to be in a today because he was relentless and would not let up on this guy. But the thing I found fascinating is I was, as I sat there and started thinking of what are the metrics, as you go into the new year, what are the metrics that you need to focus on as a business owner? What's the number one thing that you really need to pay attention to? It are the. Because we always talk about kpis or are different. You know, what's the number one? If you could only choose one number to focus on, what's that in one number going to be. And uh, it's been fascinating recently. I've had the opportunity, uh, we're looking at a Russell speaking at grant Cardone, a 10 x growth con number three this year. Speaker 2: 03:44 We've spoken at the last two and looking at possibly rolling out a new product for it or I don't know, just kind of toying around with it. And then literally two weeks after that we go right into funnel hacking live. And if you've ever listened to Russell's content, one or things you've heard him talk a ton about is the importance of practicing your content. Very similar to a, to that, of a comedian. He used the analogy that the dean Graziosi spoke about in his little man's retreat retreat where a comedian basically goes on stage and they practice their jokes and they find out which ones work and which ones bomb. And then they go back and tweak and test. And, and so russell does the exact same thing when it comes to stories and he's always testing and trying different stories. But it was really kind of an interesting thing when we came in the office, he's in the process right now of rewriting dotcom secrets and expert secrets. Speaker 2: 04:32 A traffic secrets is going to be released in September of 2019 and we've been talking a lot about the different things to what would you do different as you take a look back and could rewrite dotcom secrets or rewrite expert secrets? Are there logical steps that you would go back and, and put in? Are there things that, how would you change it, what would you do different? And then the same type of thing when we start taking a look at, um, stories and, and presenting things, what are some of the main things that we need to make sure any of our listeners get get right away? And it was fascinating as we've been talking, he got off the phone yesterday with the grant Cardone we were, it was a 15 minute little preview call and came my office. It was fascinating. We sat there and talked about. Speaker 2: 05:16 One of the things that Russell is just amazing at is he sends his body language extremely well. I mean, he just, he has this like this tuning fork. It's Kinda like the tuning fork. He has it literally, he will, he can feel energy through a screen and it's just, it's always fascinating for me is I watched him and I and I sit there and I, I, I'm able to just kind of see what he's, what are the cues he's picking up on and say, you know, David, one of the things for me that was so intriguing was you'll grant and listened to all these things and we've got a good relationship at grand would talk and talk and talk, but grant as well as his listeners, what they really picked up on was when I started telling a story about Jamie Cross and now Jamie crosses a member of our inner circle. Speaker 2: 06:01 I said, what are two Comma Club award winners? She's got an amazing company called Mig soap. If you don't. She's just all natural soaps, absolutely love her soaps. Uh, it was fascinated. He started telling the story about her. That's when people really, it just changed. You could feel the energy on the call change and how we were just sitting there thinking just different things that, what really matters. And we ended up giving away a Christmas gift to all of our employees. They were sweats, custom click model sweats. And on the back of it basically says what we do matters and that we're actually, we were. How, so I'm sorry I'm rambling here. I'm trying to bring all this, all this together for you. Um, we had a partner meeting two weeks ago and our partner meeting, the one we're trying to kind of come up with more of a, a purpose of vision and something that actually would state what we do and liberating. Speaker 2: 07:02 Educate is, are some of the things that we've really focused a ton on as far as the, um, liberated with operation underground railroad and educate with village impact. And so we've been trying to think, you know, different things we could do that would have that kind of an impact on other people. As far as entrepreneurs and what I've been fascinated to pay attention to as far as if you really look at the number one metric that matters the most in your business and for us it's our customer success and I don't mean this in a trite way or just like, oh yeah, I want to make sure our customers are successful. I truly mean when we take a look at what matters the most in the success of clickfunnels, it is making sure that our customers actually have success on the platform, in their business and with the content that we're. Speaker 2: 07:56 We're using. The reason I mentioned this is I was listening to to Nathan's and everyone's podcast and we start talking about all these different measurements as far as how do you acquire customers, your average revenue per customer and all that Kinda stuff. And for us what I've realized is it's not even as it's our customer success, but more important that it's our customer's customer success. Now. It's really hard for us to track our customer's customer success, but it's easier for us to look at actually tracking our customer success and associating that with the fact that if they're having success that their customers must be as well and as I take a look at going into 2019, we've just crossed through 70,000 customers and as impressive as that number is, that number means very little unless they're actually successful. Nathan talks a ton about churn and from a sas or a membership platform, you know it's most memberships, they typically turn out about every three to four months. Speaker 2: 08:53 That's about as long as it lasts. Software is much more different than that. You can get anywhere from two to three times that and sometimes four times that and the interesting thing is I pay attention to to where we're looking for 2019. The number one metric that I want to track more than anything else is the success of our customers. The reason I mentioned that is I've seen as I get interviewed a lot, Russell gets interviewed a lot. Most of our partners do as well. The one thing that people want to hear most about, they're tired of hearing about, Oh yeah, we did 100 million, we did $70,000. That's all great, but that doesn't matter. What they want is they want to know what does this tell us more about the people using your platform? What does the success that they're getting tells their stories, and that's going to be honestly my number one metric I'm going to be looking at for 2019 is what is the success of our customers? Speaker 2: 09:44 What are they actually doing? What? What has click funnels done for them that's then allowed it provided them a tool audit. It's ones and Zeros. It's software. Funnels by itself isn't what's impressive. What's impressive is what our customers do with that platform and so I'd encourage you as you take a look at 2019 in the metrics you might be measuring the success of your customers truly is the most important metric to measure for us. If our customers aren't having success, who cares about the platform? It's why we're taking a look at, at possibly adding an onboarding team. So when people come into a free trial, they actually get onboarded. We're looking at adding the opportunity of migration where for persons with somebody else, how do we help them get over to click phones where they can then use that to have greater success with their customers. Speaker 2: 10:30 When I a person's leaving clickfunnels, I want to know why. What happened? What did we do wrong? What is the, what is it? It's, it's rarely ever dollars and cents. It's, there's more emotion associated with the. And I would really encourage you to start talking to your customers. Find out why are they leaving, why are they canceling? Why are they refunding? There's something wrong, uh, rarely ever. Is it a dollars and cents thing. Everything is based on value. And so if a person is looking for a refund, yes, I mean obviously there's a couple of people you're gonna run across who just are on hard times financially and that's just the way it is for most of them is because you haven't solved that problem that they needed more than anything else. And they, you had them with hope at the beginning, but as they started using your tool or your software or your, your, your product, whether it's a physical product is intellectual product information, product. Speaker 2: 11:19 The promises weren't fulfilled in the way that they expected. So what are your customers' expectations? How do you satisfy those expectations? How do you get just raving fans to where they literally become the people who start building your business because they just naturally talk about it. I was with Dean Graziosi just to a couple of weeks ago down in genius network and was like, Dave, I'm sure I would be your number one affiliate if you guys actually tracked it because I talk about you guys all of the time, but I just say go to click funnels. I never actually use an affiliate link because because you guys have, you have this ability to help entrepreneurs Speaker 3: 11:54 get what they really need and want in their business. And because of that I just talk about it. And so as you take a look at 2019 for your own business, what are the things that you can do to make sure that your customers have greater success? What are the things that you can do to make sure that when they're out there talking with other business owners or with their clients or with friends that they in conversation bring your product up? For me, I've seen that happen with a ton of of our customers as they start talking about some of the success they're having and they associate a lot of it with a platform with, with clickfunnels. The other thing I've seen is they start talking about the books they've read and expert secrets and Dotcom secrets, the impact that that's had, or a video or a podcast. Speaker 3: 12:39 So understand the importance. I'm, as I'm talking about your customers realize it's also about the value you're giving. Are you publishing on a regular basis and is the content that you're publishing, are you publishing it in hopes of just getting, getting likes and reviews and it hopefully just getting shared and engaged? Or are you truly trying to provide content that those who are listening can actually implement in their business and their life and improve their life, whether it's in their business or their personal life, whatever it might be. A lot of you I've mentioned the fact I've been coaching with with Jerrick Robbins. Again, I don't get paid at all for talking about Gerrick, but I've thoroughly enjoyed my experiences last year in coaching with him. Same thing as far as Eric Cafferty, who is the coach. I hired a as far as lifting. I've never been consistent that lifting as much as I have. Speaker 3: 13:30 Then right now, and I talked about Eric all the time. Again, these aren't people who aren't getting paid for anything else. It's just because I truly appreciate the value that they've added to my life. I look at podcast at facebook lives. I again, I mentioned Andrew Warner. I mentioned, uh, Nathan Laka. I don't get paid to talk about them, but I truly want people to know these are people who are giving value to the universe and if you in those businesses and you need that, there are people. I would follow, so I would really look at the value you're providing this year. What can you do that will cause your customers to just casually talk about your product or service being so amazing? What are the things that you're doing that is actually solving the problems that your customers are reached out to you for? Make sure that your number one metric is your customer success. Speaker 3: 14:18 Find a way of tracking, of measuring, of getting testimonials, of providing value to them. The more value you provide to your customers, the greater business is going to grow obviously, but I want to make sure that you're doing it in a way that you genuinely care about them and one of those ways is to is to reach out and call and talk to those people who are leaving or who are getting refunds. Pick up the phone, ask them what happened, how, what did I do wrong? How I'm I'm here to help and to serve and something I'm doing obviously did not serve you. What can I do different? Too often, I think a lot of people in the Internet marketing space are afraid to pick up the phone and talk to somebody. I've loved having Robbie Summers on. It has been we've hired to as our head of sales and every single day what happens is they get. Speaker 3: 15:02 He gets together with the sales team on our retention team and finds out, let's analyze two different people's businesses who left, why did they leave? What can we do different, and then they call those two and say, you know what? We're just looking at your business and realize that this maybe this isn't working or this isn't working, or how about this or what can we do to provide value to you realize that the business these days, the hardest thing to do is to get the first dollar online. The worst thing is to burn through that dollar and to lose that trust, so do whatever it's going to take. Reach out to these customers, find out, talk to them, make sure that you look at your own customers and see what it is that. What is the hope that you're providing? What is the solutions that you're out there to solve and then make sure that you're getting those solved. Speaker 3: 15:46 Uh, we're starting to do reviews now with our customers. For our one funnel away challenge. Uh, we're gonna do the exact same thing with the two Comma Club coaching and trying to actually get reviews from them to find out what are you like, what did, what did you not like, rate us, give us reviews, help us get feedback. You spend so much time acquiring the customer. Please take the time and spend the money to find out what is the satisfaction that they're, are they thrilled with you? What can you do better? Uh, again, I, it's the number one metric I'm, I'm paying attention to this next year as we look at, at. For me, if there was one word I could look at its impact, what is the impact I can have on 70,000 customers? What's the impact that we can have on 100,000 customers? What's the impact we can have on 200,000 customers? Speaker 3: 16:29 Yes. Obviously there's dollars and stuff associated with that on the back end. Those mean absolutely nothing unless the impact is there on the front end. Having a merry, merry Christmas. Enjoy the holidays. Have a happy new year. I hope to see all of you who are listening to this at funnel hacking live. If you haven't gotten your tickets, by all means, go to [inaudible] dot com and get your tickets. Not that we want you there for a dollars and cents. I want you there because I want you to come up and talk to me. I want you to say, you know, Dave, this is what's working in my business. You know what, Dave, this is what's not working. I would appreciate if you guys would do this. You know I love how this is working. I enjoy that feedback. If this podcast is creating any value for you, please reach out and let me know. Speaker 3: 17:09 Send me a personal message on facebook or email me, David clickfunnels or instagram. Let me know if it's working. If it's not, I also want to know that if you're like, you know, Dave, your podcast sucks. I don't like any of this one. Obviously, if it's not working for you, you can listen to somebody else's, but if there's things that that I'm doing wrong or things that you want more from, if there's people you would like me to interview that I haven't interviewed, let me know. I, I truly do want to provide the greatest value to you is I can I value anybody takes the time to listen to these podcasts and again, I appreciate the feedback. Enjoy the holidays, can't wait to see at funnel hacking live. Take care. Know how much we appreciate you, everybody. Speaker 2: 17:50 Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to podcasts. If you don't mind, could you please share this with others? Rate and review this podcast on itunes. It means the world to me where I'm trying to get to as a million downloads here in the next few months and just crush through over 650,000 and I just want to get the next few 100,000 so we can get to a million downloads and see really what I can do to help improve and get this out to more people at the same time. If there's a topic, there's something you'd like me to share or someone you'd like me to interview, by all means, just reach out to me on facebook. You can pm me and I'll be more than happy to take any of your feedback as well as people you'd like me to interview, more than happy to reach out and have that conversation with you. So again, go to Itunes, rate and review this, share this podcast with others and let me know how else I can improve this or Speaker 4: 18:35 I can do to make this better for you guys. Thanks.
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My 5 Biggest Take-Away's From 2018
…and how I’m going to dominate 2019 On today’s episode Russell explains what his five biggest takeaways from 2018 were and why. Here is a list of the five takeaways he talks about in this episode: Food as fuel The power of challenge funnels Transitioning from all-star to coach Understanding the difference between strategic thinkers, managers, and doers. And creating different front ends for your company that aren’t you. Listen here to find out why these are Russell’s biggest takeaways from 2018. ---Transcript--- Hey, what’s up everybody? This is Russell Brunson, welcome to the Marketing Secrets podcast. I’m so excited to have you here, in fact, today I’m going to be going over all the biggest lessons I learned during 2018, as I’m getting prepared for world domination in 2019. Hey everyone, I’ve been wanting to do this podcast for a while. In fact, I think my brother, who edits these podcasts, is about to kill me because I keep telling him I’m going to record this, I’m going to record it, I’m going to record it, and I haven’t and I haven’t. I was going to record it during Christmas break and then during New Year’s and now New Year’s is over and tomorrow I’m going on the Two Comma Club X cruise and I still haven’t recorded it. I was like, okay, I’m doing this. And I think the reason why is because I don’t, there’s so many amazing things. This year was insane. It’s still hard for me to fathom everything that happened over the last 12 months. Last year we ended the year really, really good. We went from, let me think about it, Clickfunnels year one we did….well, first year was like 3 months so whatever, a million bucks or whatever it was. But the first full year was 10 million, the second one was 30 million. The third year was 70 something million and this year we passed over a hundred million, which is crazy. It’s insane I didn’t think that was even possible. But it did and there’s so many things you learn at scale when things get bigger. The positive things at scale are way better, and the negative things are way worse. There’s just so much stuff and so many things I want to cover and talk about and I was like, how do I break this into a bunch of things? So I kind of broke them down into 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 different things. They weren’t the full, you know, everything I learned from the year, but I think some really powerful things that were good that I want to share that I think will help you guys. So that is kind of the goal and the game plan. Some of these things are personal, some are business, some are management, some are long term strategic thinking, and there’s a bunch of different things in between. So with that said I’m going to jump right into this. So number one, the first thing that I think was really, really big this year was shifting a lot of how, what’s the best way to say it, it has to do with health but it’s not being healthy. It wasn’t like I was eating different to get a six pack, some day I still want one, but that wasn’t the reason why, it wasn’t eating healthy to look good. It was like eating healthy because I needed to put better fuel in my body. I realized that I’m competing against entrepreneurs at all different levels. I’m competing against companies that get hundreds of millions of dollars in funding and I’m competing against people who have a team of 2000 employees working with them. I’m competing against people that have 30 different people with MBA’s working for…That’s what I’m competing against. So it’s like how do I compete against these people? I can’t do it based on more schooling or more money, I have to do it based on more energy. The output that I’m able to put into the work that I’m doing, and my team and everything, I had a big realization that I needed to change the fuel that I’m putting into my body. It’s interesting now, I’m going to share this with you guys, and some of you guys are going to think that I’m completely ridiculous, and I probably am because I want to put perspective because I know a lot of times people say, “I can’t eat healthy because it’s too expensive.” And I think that’s, for most of you guys, it’s one of those things like eating healthier, will actually in most situations, if you’re an entrepreneur and you’re building a business, it should make you more money. And it should be one of the number one focuses. So I started shifting the way I ate and what I was eating. It kind of started because I was listening to a podcast with Tony Robbins and Tim Ferris I believe, and Tim was asking Tony, “What’s your morning routine? What do you eat?” And it was so funny because Tony was like, “For breakfast I have salmon. For lunch I have salmon. For dinner I have salmon.” And he’s like, “You have salmon 3 meals a day.” And Tony’s like, “Yeah, it’s not food for me, it’s fuel.” And the negative side of that is Tony ended up getting mercury poisoning from too much salmon, so that’s not necessarily the right thing. But the statement he made, “It’s just fuel for me, it’s not food, it’s just fuel. I’m just eating to have the fuel for the energy I need to be able to produce what I gotta produce today.” And that had an impact on me. I heard that and I was like, oh my gosh. Look at some of this crap I eat. It’s not good for me. And I still don’t eat amazing all the time. That’s why I don’t have my six pack yet. That’s why I still got my love handles. We’re going on the Two Comma Club X cruise tomorrow and I’m like, dangit, I was going to have a six pack by now but I don’t. Not even close. But I realize that I’m using food for fuel, so the way I eat is different now. In the mornings I wake up and it’s like, what’s the fuel I need right now? So for me it’s a lot of water. Alex Charfen drilled that in my head. I drink a ton of water, I hyper hydrate in the morning. And then I look at the supplements I take. I’m a big believer in ketones. And not that I’m on a ketogenic diet, but I think there’s fuel in ketones. So I always do Prove It supplements every single morning, and every single night. I love their ketones supplements and not because I’m biased. They built a company, I had a little piece in it, but Brian Underwood and the team over there, they built an amazing company. They became the category king in ketosis, so their supplements are second to none. They, I know behind the scenes of the science and what they’ve been doing. And they’re on I think the fourth version of the ketone salts. Everyone else, if you’re buying this stuff, ketone salts on the market, they’re using salts from generation one or generation two, and these guys are already to number four. What they have is so much superior and it’s good. So even if you’re not on a ketosis diet, taking ketones is good. It’s fuel for your brain, it makes you feel good, and it tastes like candy, so that helps. And number two, I found this other ketone drink it’s called HVMN and it’s expensive, they’re $30 bucks a shot. In fact, I’m about to take one when I get off this podcast. They’re $30 a shot and you take this thing and I feel, it’s fuel, it dumps into your body and it’s amazing. It’s ketone esters, but it’s $30 per shot. The Prove It things are like $5 a shot, so between just those two things, I’m at $35 in fuel first thing in the morning along with my water. And then the next thing I have, I’ve been lifting heavy as well, so because of that I need more proteins than I normally do in my life. So I’m trying to get more proteins in, and I’m allergic to whey protein, so if I put whey protein fuel into my body I literally swell up. I get tired, it does all sorts of bad things for me. So what I do is I do a bag of bone broth with it. And the bone broth is not cheap either, it’s $30 a bag for this bone broth that I drink. So it’s like by lunch time I’m at 30,60, $65 just between the ketones and the bone broth, but that’s fuel I’m putting into my body. And then with the supplements, I’m probably close to a hundred bucks a day in fuel supplements I’m putting into my body. And it has meant the world of difference, my energy level, my excitement, my ability to produce is better when I have better fuel in my body. So that was kind of the first thing. And I know most of you guys are not going to be able to spend $100 a day on fuel for your body like I am. But I would recommend this year to start thinking about that. Food is fuel. And there’s time that food’s not fuel. There’s times when I go out with my wife and food I’m eating is not for fuel, it’s for a social thing. And I know that hey, we’re going out for sushi, this is not fuel, this is social hour so I’m going to have whatever I want, as much as I want, I’m just going to pig out, because I don’t need to be on right now, I just need to socially eat, and that’s what I’m doing and I’m going to enjoy the process. So I’m not the hardcore weight loss guy who’s like, I’m never going to eat healthy. It’s like I know when to be healthy. And if I do want to eat junk, I eat it at night before I go to bed, that way I can pass out and let my body figure out how to digest all that crap and get it out of me so I have energy again for the next day. But during the day I’m eating healthy all the time to make sure I’ve got the energy to be able to accomplish all I’m doing. So that was kind of the first thing this year, that big aha from Tony Robbins, which was this is just my fuel. This is not food, this is my fuel. And looking at it from that lens shifted how I started looking at stuff, and shifted how I was investing. If I was, I think Charfen said, if you had a million dollar race horse, what would you feed it? You wouldn’t feed it McDonalds and fast food, you’d feed it the best food you can. It’s like you are the race horse for your company, you should be doing the same thing. And when Tony said, “Food is fuel.” I was like, okay that’s it. What am I fueling my body with? So throughout the day I fuel it good. And I wish I was perfect, because again, I wouldn’t eat garbage at night or on weekends or whatever, but I’m not there yet. Maybe this year will be the year that that happens. And then next Two Comma Club X cruise I’ll have a six pack. But until then, I’m looking at food as fuel. So there’s number one. Alright number two, we’ve done a lot of funnels. Tons of funnels. Millions of funnels. Not really millions, but you may know that I’m slightly obsessed with them. And every time I see a new funnel type I try it out, we test it, we try a bunch of stuff. And I think I have a new favorite type of funnel and we re-launched it yesterday. So if you go to onefunnelaway.com you’ll see our one funnel away challenge. I am obsessed with challenges. Earlier this year, Natasha Hazlett who is going to be speaking at Funnel Hacking Live, she wrote a book and she started selling it through a traditional book funnel and it did okay, but it didn’t really crush it. And so she decided to change that from a book funnel into this challenge funnel. She kind of made it up and said, “Oh I’m going to have my book and it’s going to go with the challenge. People pay $47 for the challenge they get the book for free, and I take them through this live challenge experience.” And she did it and the first one crushed it. She did over six figures in sales. And she messaged me, she’s like, “Russell, I cracked the code. We’ve never had something hit like this before.” And she ended up doing 4 or 5 more challenges throughout the year, and she just barely passed Two Comma Club, and it was amazing. So she’s speaking at Funnel Hacking Live about challenges, but then she did challenges with some of her clients, her students, and other people and showed a bunch of other people. And everyone who’s doing these challenges is killing it. Then I saw Garrett White pops up with his challenge. And if you go to thekingskid.com you see his challenge, and it was like a four week challenge as well. So I funnel hacked him, bought his challenge, went through the process. And I called Garret up, I was like, “Dude, give me all your info, give me the intell.” And I picked his brain on how he’s doing his, and what he saw, and the pro’s and the con’s. And then I talked to Natasha, I talked to other people and I was like, this is the future. It’s forced consumption content. The biggest problem most of us have with our clients is not that the stuff we’re teaching isn’t good. The biggest problem is they don’t ever actually go through the stuff. How many of you guys have bought a course and then it sits on a shelf and you never read it or you never go through. Or you bought the member’s area and “Someday I’m going to login.” But you never do. Or you bought the book and it’s sitting there, right. The challenges force you to consume this stuff. So we launched our very first challenge, and it was a thirty day challenge, and we had 7500 people sign up for this challenge. And what’s amazing is that every single day it’s like, they would get a video from me, talking about strategy, videos from Julie walking through tactics of how to apply that strategy, and then Steven Larsen would get on live and motivate them and push them and yell at them and get them to do the thing. And it happened every single day. And after 30 days all the content disappeared and it was gone forever. And you either took advantage of it or you didn’t and that was it. And what was amazing is because everyone knew it was disappearing, because it was going away, because it’s like, if you don’t use it, you lose. It forced people to wake up and actually do the task and do the things. And holy crap, the weirdest thing happens. When somebody actually does what you say, they actually have success. So the challenge is the best way to get the result for your end customer. I think every business should have a challenge. So if you look at me over the next 12 months, you will notice that we have onefunnelaway.com as the front end challenge, but then it will also become the backend of every front end funnel we have. All our books, all our things, everything goes, leads into the one funnel away challenge. And they go through this challenge, we have a chance to actually affect them, actually give them the result they want. When they have the result, then they stick and they do more and more with you. Natasha was telling me on hers, the last day of her challenge she does a webinar where she sells her course and 80% of the people who complete the challenge buy the course. I think it’s like 25% of all people who sign up for the challenge buy the course. 80% of those who complete the course, 80% of the people who are taking action every single day end up buying the thing at the end. Garret White sells a $500 a month continuity at the end of his challenge and he was getting like 25% of the men who signed up to join the $500 a month continuity. It’s one of the best ascension vehicles in the world. So like I said, I think challenges are huge. I think it’s the future, I think every business should be having one. I know for us, that was kind of, of all the funnels we rolled out last year, that was the one that was the most shockingly surprising to me, and I was like, oh man, this is something we’ve got to focus on. Which is why, January 2nd, the one funnel away challenge launched officially again, and day one we had like 900 people sign up. And I think we got 2, I think it’s a little less than 2 weeks before the challenge actually starts and we’ll probably end up with another 5 or 6 thousand people who signed up. And we’re going to run it every other month throughout the whole year, and it’ll be the fuel that changes people’s live and gives them the fuel to want to ascend with us as a company. So challenges are number two. So number one thing from the year was food is fuel and focusing on the fuel I put in my body, and number two is running contests. Alright, number three. I did a whole podcast episode on this a little while ago, but it was the big aha I had after going on this retreat with a bunch of really smart dudes. And the big aha I had was that, I had been an all star in business and I had been writing copy and designing funnels and doing all these things, and I’d been trying to build this team. But the problem was, as an all star, I wasn’t a good team player. I was like, my team would try to do something and I’d be like, “Ah, you messed up.” And I’d rip it out of their hands and I’d just go dunk the ball myself and try to get all the credit about how great it was, right. And it was realizing that if I wanted to grow, I can’t go from a hundred million to a billion by me being a better all star. I don’t care how good you are. Michael Jordan, there’s only one Michael Jordan and you can’t get better, you stop growing at a certain point. And the only way to continue to grow is to shift from being an all star to being a coach. And that has been a really interesting transition for me. It hasn’t been as easy as I thought. But it’s been really rewarding, really fulfilling. In fact, just our internal agency when they had, in the last quarter of the year they had two funnels do over a million dollars, so we gave all the people on our team a two comma club award because they were the ones that executed on it. I gave some initial vision and strategy but they went in and actually did it. And I think for, you know one of the biggest things this year for us was just really focusing more on building our team and training our team and less of me doing the thing, and me stepping back and not doing the thing, but coaching the people who are doing it. And it’s hard, it’s different, it’s definitely a different skill set, but super, super important. I think for all of you guys, because you grow from yourself to a team, to wherever. If you’re a start up and you want to grow to a million, from a million to ten, ten to a hundred, it really has to come back to you learning how to become a coach. You being an all star, you can’t get past a certain level. And I got pretty dang far, we got, who knows-70-80 million dollars a year in sales with me trying to be the all star. But as we shifted to this concept of coaching our team and having them all be all stars, that’s when the growth started hitting again. And I’m looking at that right now inside the development team with Todd and Ryan, they’ve done such a good job of not just coding everything, they’ve built this team, and these processes in place, and they’ve become amazing coaches for these people. And now things move faster than they used to because of that. So the transitioning from all star to coach was another big one for me this year. So number one, the fuel we put in our body. Number two, the contest funnels. Number three, transition from all star to coach. Alright, number four. As I was doing this whole process of coaching people, and it’s funny because I have become mildly obsessed with personality profiling. The test I love, 16 personalities, which is a version of Meyer Briggs, I love. I love all these different things and I’ve been obsessed with them and learning them all. But this one, maybe this is a test, I don’t know. But it was kind of a realization I had as I was working with people on my team. And now that I understand it I’m like, oh my gosh. I look at things through a different lens. But I realized there’s like 3 tiers of how people work. There’s nothing bad about any of them, they’re just different. And I think before I thought things were bad because I thought one way and someone else thought a different way. I was like, ugh, they’re bad. They’re not doing a good job. But that’s not the case, there’s just a different skill set. So the three levels, and I’ll kind of map these out for you, the first one is there are people who strategically figure stuff out. They sit down, here’s the strategy of how it works and you can see this vision of how these things work and how they connect. They see the patterns and like, here’s the strategy behind how something works. So that’s one type of person. The second type of person is someone who’s a manager right. They are able to take this strategic vision and they can plug people in and they can manage those people to go and do the actual thing, they’re really good at the management of the process, the management of the people and the kind of plugging in the systems and doing that kind of stuff. And then the third tier is the people who actually do the work, the doers who actually go out there and they go and implement the thing. And again, I think for a long time in my life I was like, oh well strategic thinkers are the most important part. Or, the managers are the most. Or maybe the doers. Or whatever, it’s like all of them are so vitally important. And if you’re struggling right now in your business, my guess is that you’re probably missing one of those. You may be a great strategic person, you have this vision of where you want to go, but you suck at managing people and you’re not a doer, so you’re floundering. Or you’re a doer and you’re like, if someone gives me a task, I will do it. I will crush any task. But it’s like, it’s just me doing it, and it’s not a whole bunch of people because I’m not good at managing, and I don’t really know what to do unless someone tells me what to do, and visa versa. So it’s understanding, for a team to be effective you have to have all those. You know, we spent a lot of time this year working on org charts. And it was interesting, as we built org charts, there’s this flow. It looks like a big pyramid scheme. Here’s CEO and then it moves down to this level and this level. I used to always, I don’t, I always kind of hated it. What’s the guy on the bottom going to think, they’re clear down here, this branch of this tree? And it’s like, oh no. It doesn’t matter what part of the tree you are, the whole org chart is essential for the success of the company. There’s got to be people at the top of this thing who are strategic thinkers and a lot of times they make more money. Not all the time, but there’s a lot of value in strategic thinking right. And then underneath the strategic thinkers, then you have this layer of managers that are managing people, and then down below there’s these doers that are doing the actual work. And what’s interesting, I see a lot of times where we would have someone in our team who is a really good doer, they’re an amazing programmer, or amazing whatever. And we’re like, “Oh man, this guy is so amazing let’s move them up the org chart. Let’s make them a manager.” And all the sudden we put this person who’s like a rock star doer and we make them a manager and it’s like, they were so successful as a doer, but they suck as a manager, they don’t have management skills. Or we bring them up and say, “Hey, what do you think about this, strategically thinking?” And they’re like, “I don’t know.” And all the sudden they fail because we put them in a role where they’re supposed to be strategically thinking. And it’s like, no, you’re not supposed to be strategically thinking. You’re a doer and you’re supposed to go out there and actually do the thing. And I think, I look at our org chart now and there’s people who are doers who make more than the people who are managing them right. And that’s okay, because sometimes there’s a doer who’s insanely good at this thing and they should make more than their manager. I think in my head I always had this org chart where as you go down everyone gets paid less and less, and it’s not necessarily that way. It’s understanding the value of the role, what they’re doing is what they should be paid, but a doer can get paid more than a strategic thinker, it’s just a different level. I think for me, really understanding that, it’s like okay, there’s strategic people and there’s management people and there’s doer people. Understand those are the three different personality types and skill sets and all are essential to you being successful. So what I would encourage all of you to do today is sit back and be like, okay which one of those am I? Am I a strategic thinker? Can I sit down in front of a white board and map out a vision of this is what we’re going to do, and this is what it’s going to look like? And if you’re not, that’s okay. Don’t feel bad, but you need to get a strategic thinker on your team. You need to partner with somebody who is going to be that strategic thinker. The next question is okay, am I a manager? Do I love managing people and processes and plugging things in place and making sure everything is working together? Because if not, I’m not super…I’ve become adapted, I’m able to do that, but I don’t love that, it’s not my favorite thing. I should not be spending my time there. I need to find people who are really good at management. There’s this process I was trying to manage over the last 3 or 4 months and I just, it never got done because I’m not that good at management. And I just handed it off to somebody and it’ll probably be done in like an hour now, because that person, that’s their skill set. They’re amazing at managing and then doing. As my role in the company, in my dream job I’d just be a funnel builder. I’d be doing it all day long, that’s my favorite part of it. Unfortunately for me and the company, I’m more valuable as a strategic thinker, but I love doing it too, right. So there’s people on my team that just do it all day long. They write copy or they get to build funnels, or they get to do the design. I always tell them how jealous, I wish I could just be a doer, just doing the thing that you’re amazing at. That’s the thing for me, that I would love to do. In fact, my second, after, someday if we ever sell Clickfunnels, I’m going to come back and work for Clickfunnels and just be a funnel builder. That would be my dream. None of this stress of owning a company, and all the fun of just building the funnels. That’d be amazing. So just to understand that, there’s strategic thinkers, there’s managers, and there’s doers, and being okay with, first off figuring out who you are and second off, surrounding yourself with the other types of people because they are all essential for you to be successful. That was another big aha I had as I was going through this coaching phase and building the teams out. People I was super frustrated with until I realized, oh, they’re not a strategic thinker. Why do I keep giving this person strategic thinking opportunities, they’re an amazing manager. Let me get someone strategic to figure this out, build out the strategic vision, hand it to the manager and then they will run with it and make it amazing. But being upset at the manager because they’re not strategic thinking is wrong. I was in the wrong there, right. Or visa versa, you get the strategic thinker who is dreaming up all the ideas and we’re like, “Okay, go manage that, make it happen.” And they’re like, “I don’t know how to manage.” And then we’re angry at them. Like no, that’s what they are. It’s a super power, each of these are super powers. Understand that and coordinate people in the right spot and get your strategic thinkers to cast the vision, the managers to set up the processes, and then the doers to go and execute on the work. And when all three are working in synergy, that’s when you get magic happening. So number one, we talked about food as fuel. Number two, contest funnels. Number three, transition from all start to coach. Number four, understanding the difference between strategic thinkers, managers, and doers and how they all fit in your organization. And then the number five thing that was my last biggest takeaway for this year is, as we’re growing Clickfunnels, I feel bad, how many of you guys when you open up Facebook or Instagram all you see is my face 8000 times a day? I’m so sorry for that. But for a long time I’ve been the attractive character of Clickfunnels, therefore my face is out there, all those things. So it’s like, that’s what’s out there. It’s like eventually it gets so saturated that you can’t keep going with your one face, your one brand, your one thing. A million dollars is easy to keep pushing and getting your face out there. At a hundred million it’s like, man, we’re spending millions of dollars a month on my face, there’s only so many people in this world, it gets insane. So I was like, how do I do this? And also, let’s say we did want to sell Clickfunnels someday, or let’s say I wanted to retire or whatever, if my face is on the front of everything, it’s not a very good asset for somebody else to buy. So this year we started having this idea like, what are the other front ends we can create for Clickfunnels that aren’t Russell Brunson’s face? So that was the question, that was kind of the concept. And you will notice over the next 12 months inside our company, all the new things that are happening. We tested a couple, like one of them we had Kaelin Poulin, who just had her baby yesterday, by the way, she did a webinar, she did kind of my funnel hacks webinar but she did her version of it. And that’s done amazingly well, it’s sold great. It’s like people are hearing Kaelin’s story and they come to Clickfunnels and they don’t even know who I am, which is fantastic. So that’s one example. Some of them I can’t, I can’t tell details about them yet. But we are in the process right now, we signed letters of intent of acquiring a really large company, and the sole reason why we’re doing that is it gives me the ability to create dozens and dozens of front ends that aren’t Russell. They aren’t my face. They will lead people to Clickfunnels , but they aren’t my face, which is essential. So you guys will find out probably the end of quarter one, maybe early quarter two about that acquisition as long as it goes through. It should, and I’ll talk more about it and the strategy behind it because it’s so exciting. But I just, it’s like, we have a letter of intent signed but the deal’s not inked, so I gotta wait on that one. Another partnership I’m doing, again all the deals and partners and things I’m doing right now are all about like how can this be a front end that doesn’t require Russell Brunson’s face? So for you, I want you trying to think of the same thing. What are other front ends you can create for your business that aren’t always you focused. Are they a success story? Most of our ads that we’re developing now, we’re capturing success stories of our users. Our users are becoming the face of Clickfunnels. Our users are becoming the front ends. It’s not just Russell, not just his books, not just his things. The users are the ads. And we’re getting influencers making funny videos with influencers as the ads. We’re creating new software programs that aren’t just built into Clickfunnels because we’re building these tools externally where we can sell to bring people on the back end of Clickfunnels. So we’re building all the funnels and front end things that aren’t me, because if you see 22 Russell ads in a row, you’re likelihood of buying goes down with every single ad, because either you bought or you’re really annoyed with me. But if you see an ad from me, and then you see an ad from Tony Robbins and you see an ad from these other things that aren’t related, but they all push back to the same core thing, there’s magic there. So you’ll see this next year will be the year of a lot of funnels for our team. We’re building our agency, really, really large, but we’re doing it with a goal and a focus of it’s not Russell funnels. Actually I will give you a couple of examples to get the wheels in your head spinning. For example, Grant Cardone, we went and built a book funnel for him with the first 10x book. We flew on his plane and filmed the whole funnel there. So if you look at that book funnel, if you go and you buy the book through it, on the thank you page, basically it pushes people to Clickfunnels. So now we can target Grant and his audience, his people. He pays the ad dollars to sell his book, and the thank you page sells Clickfunnels and then we send a percentage of the affiliate commissions back to him. So it’s win/win where we’re able to help him drive traffic and sell a lot of books, which then in turn sells Clickfunnels. We’re trying to do the same deal with Robert Kiyosaki and potentially other people as well. Where it’s like, we’re helping them on the front end funnels and then in exchange we get customers on the back end. How many deals are there like that? That you can create where it’s like, I’m not necessarily the front, I’m able to leverage all these other people. So now in your newsfeed you’ll see Russell’s face selling my book, but you’ll see Tony Robbins book, you’ll see Grant Cardone’s book, you’ll see who elses book, you’ll see those things and you’ll buy them and it’s like on the backend, you’re introduced to Clickfunnels. Now it’s like, I can acquire a lot more customers, a lot of different type of customers through that process. Anyway, there’s kind of a vague way to explain it. You will see, that is my strategic vision for the year, and you’ll see it coming true over the next 12 months. And next year, when we’re doing the same podcast you’ll be like, ‘Oh, that’s what he’s talking about. So cool. I see how it all fits together.” Alright so those are the five biggest things, as I was going through my list today, just thinking of the biggest takeaways from the year, I think it’ll help you guys. So number one is I’m looking at food as fuel. How are you fueling your body, and knowing that right now Russell spends $100 a day on supplements to fuel his body, what can you do different. Maybe you don’t eat cereal for breakfast, maybe you eat cereal for dinner when you’re ready to go to bed, but man, you eat eggs for breakfast, or you eat ketones for breakfast, or you skip breakfast all together to keep your energy high. So fuel is number one. Number two is the power of challenge funnels and contest funnels. If you want to see ours in action go to onefunnelaway.com, but this is now the core front end to all our businesses. All of our books and everything will lead to this and this leads and sends people up our value ladder. Number three, my personal role of transitioning from the all star on my team to transitioning to a coach. I think for all you guys, the faster you can make that transition from all star to coach, the faster you can grow and start scaling your companies. Number four is understanding the different types of thinkers. There’s the strategic thinkers, the managers and the doers. And understanding that all three of these roles are essential for success in your company. And you gotta figure out who you are and surround yourself with the others. And then number five, creating different front ends for your company that aren’t just you. So there you go. There’s five big things for my year. My guess is most of you guys listening to this, only one or two of those things will actually resonate with you right now. That’s totally cool. Some of you guys aren’t in the spot where you have one front end working, let alone a whole bunch of front ends. So don’t even worry about that now. But some of you guys, you’re tired and you try to get stuff done and you can’t focus and it’s like man, the fuel you’re putting in your body is destroying your ability to compete. So it’s like fixing your fuel as your biggest thing. Or maybe it’s like, maybe I have a funnel but it’s not going that way, maybe I make a contest funnel in the front end. Each of the other guys, I hope there’s something you can pick from it that will benefit you specifically. And then maybe check out this podcast again in a year from now and then some of the other ones will pop out for you. But anyway, hopefully that helps you guys. Appreciate you all, thanks for listening. And with that said, I will talk to you guys again very, very soon. Bye everybody.
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Ep. 312 - Wellness = Live, Work, Travel
That's disappointing. Get I walk into his three hundred twelve of Trent three sixty five days choose the night of October greetings from Rimini for a couple of days. He hanging out for a few days after the globe wom- summit and just reflecting on the global wellness economy monitor report that was updated during the summit. And the took us from a three point what of the three point? Seven trillion dollar industry before now. Four point, two trillion dollar industry. One of the things I like about that particular port is that it does tend to simplify things for us pretty well which which is a good thing. One of the things that they talked about was that the real growth in this industry is going to be wellness where we leave, obviously wellness where we work, which make sense and wellness where we travel. So in a way they sort of become the three core pillars of the wellness industry moving forward. And so what you want to do from a business perspective is think about how your business is going to impact people in one of those three areas. In one of those three places. In one of those three times in their life, if you like, and potentially the exponential growth is really going to happen where those industries cross. Oh, if you can hit someone both with leaving work bang, there's exponential growth in the if you can hit them similarly where they work and travel bang exponential growth. So it's an interesting report. I'm looking forward to delve into bit more detail which I haven't done yet to be perfectly honest, but go check out the global wellness economy monitor report, two thousand seventeen edition. I guess it is. You can get it on the global wellness institute website or free. Just putting your details and you can download it or that's thanks for tuning in. I will be back in tomorrow, so yeah. Yeah. Jodi. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor, got something you want to say to the creator of this show, send them voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.