In this episode I’m joined by Ryan Cole and his partner Richard, who are doing some amazing things it in the Hashimoto’s Market and have been absolutely crushing it the last few months.  You’re going to want to pay very close attention and take notes as Ryan and Richard share with you how their business exploded in a very short period of time and the adjustments they needed to quickly make to be able to handle their growth while providing their clients top notch service and providing value to them.

As you listen through this episode, you’ll hear them share with you the mindset shifts they’ve make to be successful and lessons they’ve learned along the way.

I hope by hearing what they share, that you are inspired by what’s possible.

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 – 00:41 – Introducing Today’s Episode

00:41 – 04:00 – What Their Business Was Like Before Joining The HBA Program

04:00 – 06:00 – How A Virtual Seminar Exploded Their Consult Call Bookings

06:00 – 12:40 – Massive Revenue Growth In Just A Few Short Months

12:40 – 14:45 – Being Comfortable With Charging Premium Pricing

14:45 – 17:00 – Roadblocks Of Success

17:00 – 21:45 – Why It’s Important To Go Deep And Not Wide With Your Business

21:45 – 24:56 – Why HBA Is So Different From Other Business Coaching Programs


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What You Missed

In our last episode I shared with you a story where I’m in Australia driving my rental car and side swiped another car, and what that incident reminded me about business.

It’s not like I don’t know how to drive or that I’m not a good driver, but from living in North America, we drive on the right side of the road so driving in Australia is almost like learning a new skill set.

With business, whenever you’re looking to get better at something, whether it be writing copy, sales, marketing, leading a team, hiring, operations, etc., initially feels like you’re driving on the wrong side of the road.

When we look to improve a skill set, we go through four stages. In this episode, I share with you the four stages we go through when we are looking to learn or master a new skill set.

If you missed it, find out what those four stages are right here: What Side Swiping a Car Reminded Me About Business