#003: Creating Your Personal Vision


“Motivated people who are competitive and work hard are going to be successful in almost anything they put their minds to.  People often refer to success as “reaching the mountaintop.”  My advice is to make sure you are picking the right mountain to climb.  You don’t want to get to the top of the mountain, look out to the horizon, and not like what you see.” – Jared Paul

Creating a Personal Vision isn’t just some random exercise you go through because it was discussed in a business book, it’s one of the most important steps you need to take in order to ensure long-term success, both professionally and personally.

In this episode the guys talk about how to create a personal vision and also go through their own Personal Visions to provide some inspiration.

Show Notes:

·      JP and Ben catch up on the highlights of the past week.  [0:40]

·      Ben Shares the Treps Hack of the week – How outsourcing can save you time and boost productivity.  [2:19]

·      The guys get into the topic of the day – Creating a Personal Vision.  [6:41]

·      What is a Personal Vision?  [8:00]

·      Ben talks about his Personal Vision.  [10:27]

·      JP discusses his Personal Vision.  [15:00]

·      How JP keeps himself motivated to stay healthy and exercise – Change your mentality and thought process.  [17:22]

·      Why relationships are so important to your overall happiness.  [18:31]

·      How daily structure can help you stay on course and increase your chances of success and happiness.  [21:04]

·      Why success without fulfillment is actually failure.  [21:43]

·      JP gives an anecdote about why it’s important to make sure you’re “climbing the right mountain.”  [23:38]

More Resources/Tools:

·      fiverr

·      Upwork

·      79 Websites To Get Freelance Jobs Fast – Forbes Article

·      The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington

·      TOMS Shoes

·      Blake Mycoskie (Founder of TOMS) on The Tim Ferriss Show

·      Tony Robbins – Author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and life coach