88: Building a Visionary Business: Navigating Implementation Challenges and Leveraging Virtual Resources
🧠 Join My Free Monday Mindset Reset Call: https://www.jasondreescoaching.com/mmr ➡️ Book a Free Session at: http://freeintrosession.com/ Welcome back to another episode of Do The Impossible. In today's episode, we dive into the world of visionary entrepreneurs and their journey towards building successful businesses. We are joined by our guest, Kevin Taylor, a visionary with a plethora of clients, as we explore his plans to create a new business with a complementary product. However, concerns arise regarding his ability to implement the product, due to his lack of attention to detail. Join us as we discuss the importance of focusing on sales and marketing, the potential benefits of virtual resources, and the pivotal role of an integrator in the success of a business. We also delve into the concept of finding one's "zone of genius" and the tremendous impact that implementing the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) can have. Kevin Taylor is a dedicated and experienced businessman who has invested 15 years of his life in building a successful business. Although he initially didn't pay much attention to it, the emotions started to take over as the reality of losing his business set in. Despite this setback, Kevin has received excellent reviews for his work and attributes his success to his passion for reading and his desire to promote quality over quantity. Inspired by the book "Ten X is Easier than Two X" by Benjamin Hardy and Dan Sullivan, he believed in the power of teamwork and leveraging individual strengths. Kevin, being a high eye according to the disc analysis, thrives on sales, building connections, and interacting with people. Recognizing the importance of playing to one's unique abilities, he partnered with someone who excelled in paperwork and relationship management. This partnership allowed them to set higher goals and achieve success. However, Kevin's vision for the business differed from the management's, leading to a disagreement, ultimately resulting in their decision to part ways. Despite this setback, Kevin remains determined to continue his journey and find new opportunities in the business world. Key Takeaways: [00:00:00] Intro [00:05:47] Emotional fallout from business partnership dissolution. [00:10:05] "Worst productivity: wide open calendar, no focus." [00:12:42] Visionary integrator, implementing EOS, challenge on implementation. [00:18:12] Hiring assistant for client meetings, need help. [00:20:36] Finding and bringing in business; avoiding paperwork. [00:23:12] Outro --- ➡️ Get Coached by Jason: https://www.jasondreescoaching.com/GetCoached Visit https://www.jasondreescoaching.com/ and explore what is possible: - Performance Coaching - Mindset Education & Training - Community & Peer Group - Mentoring & Mastermind --- Do the Impossible is a weekly podcast with Jason Drees that focuses on helping you align your mindset for success. Follow so you never miss an episode!