We have a fun and interesting topic for you on this week’s Round Table discussion. The team is going to give an evaluation of each others superpowers that they think propelled them to success.
Joining Mark for this fun exercise are:
- Scott Bossman
- Mimi Scmidt
- Erik Peterson
- Mike Zaino
- Scott Todd
But first, the team shares their favorite Bootcamp moments…
Scott Bossman—Meeting the people he’s been talking to on the phone
Erik—Seeing everyone in person and the St. Anthony hotel
Mike—Seeing the success
Scott Todd—Meeting flight students face to face and hearing their success
Mark—Seeing the success around the room and how many lives he’s he impacted. Mark also gets complete gratification when all questions have been answered!
What rituals or superpowers do we think helped propel our colleagues into success?
Scott Todd on Mimi—She slowly and methodically built her business. Went to every Bootcamp and used the opportunity during the open sessions to work on her business to get out of working in her business.
Mimi on Erik—Erik developed a niche within technology to create processes.
Erik on Mark—Mark saw the opportunity in land and ran with it. Eventually he decided to share it with the rest of the world, taking it from opportunity to community!
Mike on Scott Bossman—The master of getting things done. He believed in the model and carved the time to make it happen.
Mark on Scott Todd—There are two components that are Scott Todd’s superpowers:
- infrastructure building—He is very good at building a good laser focused team to avoid bottlenecks
- He is the master of execution—He doesn’t put off what needs to be done and gets it done quickly and efficiently
Scott Bossman on Mike—He is the king of rituals. The first year his goal was to erase debt so his repetition was to mail and market. He stayed the course and he got it done!
Did everyone agree these were fair and accurate evaluations? Listen in for more details and to find out everyone ‘s thoughts on how they are perceived by their colleagues.
Also, Mike gives everyone a spirit animal and why it symbolizes them.
Scott Bossman—Buffalo. Endurance to overcome, great emotional courage and provider to all.
Mimi—Armadillo. Slow, sure of yourself, in no hurry, keeper of the house
Erik—Elk. Teaches that pacing yourself will increase your stamina
Tate—Butterfly. Outer transformation, and the ability to know and change the mind
Scott Todd—Eagle. Creator, teacher, loyalty, integrity, and a spiritual connection to the great divine
Mark—Mtn lion. The power of leadership and ability to lead without insisting others follow
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mimi: 2 tips this week. The first is the chrome app—Message Saver for Facebook.
The second is a blog post from Hubspot to improve your sales—The Ultimate Guide to Objection Handling: 40 Common Sales Objections & How to Respond.
Bonus tip—don’t volunteer to do the tip of the week!
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?