Special Guest Expert - Jarin Jackson

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Speaker1:
So here's the big question. Our entrepreneurs like us, who have been hustling and struggling to make it to success, who seem to make it

One step forward only to fall two steps back work getting getting to. And drib. We finally break through, and that is the question. And this podcast will give you. My name is Scott. And this is the mind body.

Speaker1:
Hello, everyone, and welcome, welcome, welcome to the Mind Body Business Show. Well, I'm especially excited for tonight's show because of the gentleman you are about to meet. His name is Jaren Jackson. He is an amazing, amazing young man, very, very established, very experienced, and is still very young in my eyes. I'm kind of older than most when I have people on my show. He's an amazing guy. He's a family man. He's got a young toddler at home and a loving wife. And he's just a great guy. And he's also very, very brilliant, intelligent, and he has really taken off in his career. And I cannot wait to dig deep into his beautiful brain to see what it was that he did to reach the level he is at now and is just the sky's the limit. He's going to keep going up. I know this is one of those people that has that it factor. And there are so many things that go with that. But I can't wait to bring them on. Jaren Jackson will be coming up very, very soon. In the meantime, the mind body business show it is a show that I had developed with you in mind with entrepreneurs, with small business owners. It's a show by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. And what I love, what I get to do is I bring on successful entrepreneurs from all over the world.

Speaker1:
And what happens is in our discussion is you, the viewer and the listener, you get to find out what it is that makes this individual so successful. And by just taking notes and then when the show is over, taking action on those notes, learning what they do and then mimicking or what I like to say, modeling what their patterns of success are, then you can achieve success yourself far faster than if you were to do it with no instruction or no proof that anyone else had done it using the same approach. So this is a phenomenal platform. I love what I get to do because of that. This show could easily I could easily charge money. I know just because of doing this for three years and the amazing guests and the value they bring. And Jarrin is going to do that as well tonight. I already know that. I just know. So that is what the show is all about. It's about what I call the three pillars of success. What happened was real quickly I began studying only successful people for a period of about a decade or so, and I just wanted to find out what were the things that made them more successful than, say, someone like me.

Speaker1:
I was just curious, what is it? And what I found was time after time, these three things kept bubbling to the top that they all had in common. And three things I call them the three pillars of success. It's like a tripod. If you were to kick away one leg of a tripod, what happens to the tripod? And more importantly, the camera, whatever expensive equipment you have on top or comes tumbling down, tumbling down and crashing. And so similarly with successful people, they have these three characteristics. And those are the three names, the three parts of the show, the very title of the show, Mind Being Mind Set. And what that means is each and every individual that I studied. Now, these include people I know personally, people that have mentored me. I've trained with these include authors, speakers. These include some people that are no longer with us, that are authors of books. It's a wide, very net of people that are successful that I study and mind. They had a very positive to a person very positive, yet more importantly, flexible mindset and then body to a person. Each of these successful individuals took care of themselves. They took care of themselves by exercising regularly and nutritionally. They they took things into their body that were good for them.

Speaker1:
And then business business is so multifaceted. There are so many skill sets that one must master in order to develop and build and grow a very successful business. And these are skill sets like sales, marketing, team, building, systematizing leadership. I mean, I could go on and on the SO but here's the thing. To master one skill set to master anything can take a long, long, long time. I think it was on the order of ten thousand hours was kind of the the actual number. They used to say this is when you become an expert or you've mastered something. The good news is you as a business owner, you don't have to master every single one of those skill sets I mentioned and the many more that are necessary. Now, in fact, if you just mastered one of those and I actually mentioned it by name, it was one of those in the list. You can use that. To then bring in other folks who have mastered the skill sets of those areas, you are not yet up to speed on and you may never be, there are things that we are given talents for that we just are good at and other things we are not good at. And I'm no different. We're all the same. Not one skill set. I imagine that if you master it, it's kind of your ticket, your gateway to monumental success, and that is mastering the skill set of.

Speaker1:
Leadership of the screen didn't freeze. I was just doing a dramatic pause, their leadership, once you have once you've mastered that skill set, now you can bring in people who have mastered skill sets. Let's say you're not you have not yet mastered the skill set of being a great salesperson. You can master leadership, bring in a great salesperson and lead them in your business and get what you need out of their brilliance to help you and do it as a partner and bring them in as part of your team. That's what business the business part of this show is. And look, we meet we may not touch on every one of these subjects during tonight's show. It kind of goes organically. Gern is an amazing guy with incredible experience and intellect. And we may who knows? But all I do is implore of you to stay on with him because we got some great things I'm going to announce here very shortly. And to another point that each and every one of these successful people I also found were very voracious readers, readers of books. And with that, I like to segway into a quick segment I affectionately call bookmarks.

Speaker2:
Bookmarks for and to read bookmarks, ready, steady, read bookmarks brought to you by reach your peak library dotcom.

Speaker1:
There you see it, reach your peak library and for all of you, either watching or listening, either way, I would implore you to take out a notepad and a pen and take notes. And instead of going to clicking away and typing in these URLs and websites and resources, I know Jahren will have some as well so that you can keep your gaze of attention here on the screen. Because what I like to say is the magic happens in the room. And I would just I would just hate it if you were to miss that one golden nugget that Gerrans about to bring and because you were off clicking away and perusing another website. Stay with us. I promise you, it will be worth your while in more ways than one, not just what you're going to get from Jarrin. We have some giveaways tonight, so stay with us and let's get into it. Reach your peak library, dotcom. That is a resource that I had built with you in mind. And I know that sounds can sound a little cheesy. I mean, it what happened was I myself was not a voracious reader of books until about 10 years ago. At the age of forty seven, I'm approaching fifty seven, not quite there at the time of this show. And I then learn about this new tool. It probably wasn't that new, but it finally I became alert to it called Audible and then it hit me. I love listening. I don't particularly care to read physical words on a book, a screen as much. I will do it. But for a long period of time I really get tired and lose interest quick.

Speaker1:
So I began reading like crazy on Audible and these are all a collection of all the books I've read since that time. In fact, they're not all of them. And these are only the ones that had profound impact on me either personally or in business or both. And in fact, not even every book that meets those criteria is on this list. I need to update it, but there are plenty here to choose from. The whole purpose of this is just go to reach your peak library dotcom. Find the book that resonates with you. You don't know. You don't need to sift through the whole list. There's no rhyme or reason to how they are listed here. They're not alphabetically or not by category. They're not by the author. They were just added and just find the first one, click on the button and acquire it. This is not a money making website. That was not the purpose of it. In fact, this goes straight to Amazon when you click those buttons. And so just grab them next book, grab the type, the type of book you want, whether it's physical or electronic through Kindle or audible and read it. And then when you're done, come back and get the next one and just wash, rinse, repeat. And who knows, we may get some great recommendations even from our guests like Jahren. We've gotten these nearly every single time on this show. And speaking of journey, is enough enough of Brian Globin. I think it's time to bring him on. What do you say we do that? Yeah, I think so. Here we go

Speaker2:
To some school officials. I mean, three.

Speaker1:
Five, the five. And there he is, ladies and gentlemen, the one the only it is him, Jaren Jackson. Yeah, welcome to the show, Darren. How are you doing, my friend?

Speaker2:
Couldn't be better. I'm doing amazing. How are you, Brian?

Speaker1:
I'm excited. I've been looking for this for a long time. You book this quite some time ago. I recall this date to be on the show. And so everyone knows Jarrin was actually part of my team and my company at your peak, and he was one of the shining stars. And what I'm so happy for is that he grew out of that quickly and found a niche and a position in a company of big, very high position. We'll get into that. And that was crushing it. And I'm so excited for you, Jarron. I'm proud of you. Just everything. I cannot wait to learn about how you got there. What was your mindset during all this? What were the what were the incidents that led you to this position? All of that and not for me. I want others to listen to you and say, oh, either, oh, yeah, I can do that. Or, Oh, that was interesting and different. Maybe I should try that approach to success, those kind of things. So can't wait before we do that. Real quick, Jarrin, I'm going to introduce you properly, informally, because you deserve it. Before we do that, for those of you watching us live right now live, you can win a five night stay at a five star luxury resort.

Speaker1:
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Speaker2:
Me, too, man, let's go.

Speaker1:
Let's do it now you hail from what country?

Speaker2:
I am a Canadian, True-Blue.

Speaker1:
I love it. So like I said from all over the world, we've interviewed folks from everywhere, Italy, France, all over the place. And that's what I love about this whole interface and technology that we have. We can talk across continents. It's amazing. And for you, Daryn, I want to jump in now and start learning about you as as an individual. And you rose like you rose fast and you rose quick, and now you're in a position where you are a partner, an actual bona fide partner of another company. Correct. That is correct, and so what I want to find out first before we go into the details of that, there's something going on with you that made that that actually capable of happening and that happens to be is going on between those beautiful ears of yours in that noggin, a big, beautiful brain of yours. I'm curious, like when you get up in the morning, you know, you've got all this stuff going on. You've got a wife, you've got a young toddler and you've got a thriving business. And so you have a lot on your plate. So when you get up in the morning and you're getting ready to start your day to crush it again in your business, what is going on in your brain that's keeping you motivated, keeping you positive? You are one of the most incredibly positive people I've met a long time in our time together. I learned that. So what is it that's going on in that big, beautiful brain of yours that keeps you going forward knowing about all those arduous task and these things that you're dealing with at home that you're going to keep dealing with throughout the day, week in and week out? What's going on in that brain of yours to keep you going and motivate you?

Speaker2:
Well, there's so much to unpack there, but to start with the motivation part, I really see my wife smile is like the best. Whatever I need to do to see her smile, I'll do it. I love it. And then step two is I have a 13 month old son and his smile is the second best. And so whatever I can do to help those two people smile and to spend more time with them. And that's that's what motivates me. That's what gets me through the hard times. And then also, like Brian said, I'm a. On squashy, optimistic, you cannot hold me down, there is not a thing that I can't punch through and I love seeing clients win. So I know no matter how hard it is today. Today. If I do the right things, I can help people win and become the best versions of themselves.

Speaker1:
And unstoppable optimism, that is a great way of describing what I experienced of you when you were with my team, and I mean, there were some things that you went through when you were working with us that would have caused different reactions on most human beings on the planet. And you were just like, OK, I'm like, what? This guy is also I love this guy is just like water off a duck's back in the end. Not only that, it was like, oh, good. I like a challenge. You know, it was always turning it around into from what normal people would create a negative from. You instantly found a positive and concentrated and focused on that. And I'm convinced that is why you are where you are today in a good way. And so you ended up becoming a partner of a company. Can you tell us a little bit about how that transpired? How did you meet and then what were the things that happened that ultimately got you an offer to become a partner of someone else's existing business?

Speaker2:
So it's a really cool story, like Brian said, when all this transpired, I had a jillion responsibilities on my plate, one of them raising a newborn. Anyone that's a parent, I salute you. You're doing a great job. Another thing that really helped is I was just perusing I was expanding my network. I was browsing through Facebook. Now, most people, when they go on Facebook, they they go there to relax. Not me. I go there to to have fun and to network to to meet cool people. And so as I was going through this, I saw a post from someone in my network that was like, hey, I'm hiring for this position. Here's the requirements. We're going to have a webinar Xoom call about it. And why don't you show up now? One of the requirements was to be based in the United States. And I'm Canadian. So I was like, well, you know what, I'm going to apply anyways. I'm there's there's not that much difference between us. We can make it work. So I went in there, I applied. And I'll be I'll be frank with you. There were a lot of people in that in that room that I felt were way more qualified for the job. But here's the funny thing, during the interview process, I was like the only guy that asked Luke how he was doing. I asked how his business is doing. And I was like. Dude, you're the guy with the lightsaber on your profile. That's so cool. I love Star Wars. And so one of my superpowers, I guess, was being genuine with people and finding ways to connect with them and relate. And that shone through. So I got hired and that was awesome. And we were transitioning offers at that moment. And if you've ever transitioned, sometimes there's not. Sometimes there's doubt. It's not always uSwitch business models and everything works exactly the same the day after, unfortunately. But we learned a lot and I don't know, I just stuck through it. I saw positive opportunities everywhere I looked. And that's the high level overview of what happened.

Speaker1:
So there's a huge lesson for everyone watching and listening right there. And this is like just marketing one to one that a lot of people don't seem to grasp right away, especially like on websites. You go to a website, it's all about them and their products. It's me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me. There's no what's in it for you. There's no I shouldn't say no, but there's not enough attention given to the viewer like, well, why would I spend any more time reading or listening to this video or whatever you have on your site, if it's just going to be, hey, come look at our products because our features are the best and our benefits are the best and but it has nothing to do with you. And that's what differentiated you. You just said it was because you asked about him, you know, how are you doing? How is your business doing? And that's huge. I just it's kind of the point now where I talk to people now where I've never met him before. We're just having a get to know each other call. I did two of them earlier today and I just start asking them about their business, just like you did, and not just to ask, but genuinely be interested and be ready to provide resources to help them at no profit to myself just to help.

Speaker1:
And it was interesting. And then I would just kind of I just kind of gauge the conversation and see, well, is there going to be any reciprocity? Are they going to come back and ask me about mine? And that will tell me a little bit about them as well, which is it's not a bad thing if they don't just I get to know people. I love people. But it's an interesting thing. I can see how that transpired for you that made you stand out. That's the beautiful thing. Other people might have been more qualified, like with everything they've done in their life and more experience. And that's the thing. It's not always that that is the most important. It is really what is under the hood, what's going on up here in that noggin. What's your attitude like? When I was bringing people onto my team, which you ended up being part of some time ago. I learned really fast it's not about the skill set that people had, it's not about their chops and their experience and knowledge, it's about their attitude, their drive, everything, all the intangibles.

Speaker1:
And so I'm appreciate you bringing that up that you said that that was it. I mean, that's what the guy said. You're the guy. And then now he's like, light saber. That's cool. That's neat stuff in common there as well. And so you guys are of transition. You're doing a whole different business model. And the other part is great that you told people, look, it's not just just change it and then you're good to go to sit back and autopilot of a lot of moving parts. And I just love this. I'm so happy for you. And I just I got to get off of that and get into the good questions here, because I'm just excited. I'm so happy for you and you're such a great guy, amazing family. And everything you have going is just awesome. Back to the books. You know, we talked about I talked about the importance of reading books. And it's not just about reading any books. It's about reading the right books. And I was just curious if you would characterize yourself also as an avid reader and if so, what what kind of books are you into reading?

Speaker2:
Yes, I'm an unstoppable learner. And as for books, I'm into all sorts of books I used to read. Well, I still read for pleasure. It's just the pleasure has has shifted to more things that I can use to improve my life in the life of those around me. I still enjoy fantasy. I always will. But like one book in particular that I've been reading is called The Wealthy Gardener by John Selfridge. And it's so interesting because there's so many lessons you can learn from being a farmer and tending to the land that expand into business and in life. In relationships, for instance, you learn about seasons, their seasons to plant and their seasons to harvest, and then you learn about patience. If you plant a seed, whether it's a business or an investment, you nurture that seed, but you don't dig it up every day to check, to see if it's sprouted that would actually kill it. You need to give it the time for it, for it to grow. So that's a long answer to your question. But I love to learn and read.

Speaker1:
Oh, man. Not a not a long answer at all. I was waiting for more. The author named John. What was the last name again?

Speaker2:
The forage. So s o f o r I see.

Speaker1:
Got it, so the wealthy gardener and I just want to point this out for anybody watching or listening or everybody watching, listening is that when you get when someone that is successful, like Jarrin talks about a book and recommends it or speaks highly of it. My advice to everyone out there is to write that down, so again, it's the the wealthy gardener by John Sofort, if that's how you see it, last name, and I'm sure the wealthy gardener will come up with John something, you'll find it. And what I do personally and this is like right after the show is over, I go over my notes, I find the books and I go to Audible and I add them to my library right then and there. And that way I never forget they're there. I don't even know what some of them come from. I would go back to my notes, but I don't need to because they came from a recommendation. They're not in my library unless personally they've been either vetted by somebody I know or that's been on the show or that I found through other means. But anyway, fantastic. So I recommend everyone do that. Go ahead and add that to your library. Whatever that your form of reading you like, go to Amazon, buy it, whatever it takes. Oh my goodness. What. So if we were to look at just. From a business aspect only. Aside from the book you just mentioned, if you can think of it, you know, what would be the one that really you had? You came to my team with already a lot of skills and talents to kind of shock me in a good way. And I'm curious, were there books that helped you to get to that point or maybe one that stands out that said this was what I've been looking for? It finally took me to the next level. Anything like that come to mind that you've read?

Speaker2:
I I want to say I've read libraries, but I can I can think of two that that were really helpful. One, from a skill standpoint, was the ultimate sales letter by Chet Holmes. That's a really good book. If only you I need to send you my Kindle library, it's got so much gold in it, I love it. But one one that really helped me from a business standpoint was called Fix This next by making the Callaghan's I don't know how to spell his last name, but he's the same guy that wrote the first. And I actually liked this book even more than profit first. Now I'm a numbers guy, which is weird because I dislike Excel, but I love business numbers. I love making money and I love helping people make money. But Fix This Next really helps me think about business sequentially and solving the right problems at the right time. For instance, a lot of people go into sales more. I need more sales, I need more volume. But sometimes that's not always what's going to solve your problem. If you have no profit margins, more sales is going to drive you into the ground faster. But the base flaw is you need to have sales to have profits, so there's a balance and it really helps me like step out from working in the business to start to work on the business and being like, OK, where are we going to be six months from now and how can we start preparing and designing our way to get there?

Speaker1:
Yeah, and so refreshing to hear this. So many people will just come up with an idea. I think everyone's going to buy it, pick a price point, not do any kind of analysis to see the big picture. And then most of those would just hear crickets because the idea was only exciting to them. And they find that no one else, the market research would go into that as well to find out and make sure that there are people that want your product. But yet a profit margin. That's a good point to make sure that because, look, when you have a real business going in, you're you're hiring people, you're bringing on whatever happens, be employees. You have services that you're paying for ongoing, like CRM and all of these. These are these are money. This is all money coming out of your account. And if you're not making a profit because of the sales and they're not keeping up, you're just going to be bleeding. And like any any organism, you will bleed out and the business will die. And so I was kind of a horrific metaphor, wasn't it? I wasn't too fun. But it's true. It's true. And so I love that. That's a different take two more books. Everybody's you hear that. So it was the ultimate sales letter.

Speaker1:
I've actually heard of that with chat homes. And then fix this. Fix This next by Mike. I don't know what you said, Michael. It might go well with something like that. My book title. And typically you can find them, especially if you know at least one of the two names. So go check that out. Maybe we can convince Jaron to share his book library, not like electronically with just the title somehow screenshot something that would be awesome down the road. Because here's the thing I didn't learn for a long time, gern that I did not realize how impactful books could be in my life. In fact, I was I mean, my gosh, way more than 10 years ago, I was in a corner office of a multimillionaire who was in the media industry. He was he was the CEO and having a meeting. We were actually signed a very lucrative contract. It was exciting times. But at one point I'm sitting on his couch in his office. I'm sitting on his couch. It was a big office and he's standing, talking to me. And he said if people only did this one thing, if they just did this one thing. They'd all be rich. I'm like, wow, this is a good build up. And so he turned away from me and he started walking the exact opposite direction and went too far.

Speaker1:
And on the other side of the wall, on the other side, there was this cabinet floor to ceiling, two doors. And so he proceeded to go back. You open up both doors. If they just do this one thing and you open them up and can you guess what was in there? It was shelf after shelf after shelf of books. And you know what the sad part of that story is, Jorn? In my head, I just I said, no way, no way is that what got you where you are. There's no skin in the game. I go to a library and check those. I don't have to buy them. How can that lead to success? I was a dumb dude back then and then luckily many years later, a mentor of mine. I watched as I was hanging out with him at his place. We were working and playing. We're having a good time. And I saw him walking around. He walked around often with these headphones on. I just like got his attention. So what do you listen to all the time? He goes, Oh, it's audible. I said, what's that? Oh, they're books. I said, What? And that was it.

Speaker1:
That was the turning point, because I didn't know yet until I actually did listen to my first one, like, oh, baby. And that was it. That was the beginning of the rest of reading, like a Mad Men and loving it. And so what Gern is doing, notice he's achieved success very early in life. If you were to compare to most people and one of the key ingredients was he's an avid and voracious reader and he's reading books by other people who have solved problems of solve pain points, who have solved a look. Could could he do it all by himself with no help whatsoever? Probably. But he would still be 10 years away from achieving success at the level he is right now if he did that, so Jarrin realized that an early age to get rid of the ego. That's one thing I know he does not have a big one of his ego working with him, the easiest going guy. I know that you have to have negative emotions sometimes. Jarrin, that got to be there. But I never saw them, not once. And that was a testimony to you and what you've done, whatever work you've put in, have you put in any kind of work specifically to develop that positive mental attitude that you have?

Speaker2:
I think it's it's always been a conscious choice. A lot of it's just my nature growing up, I had some difficult opportunities will call come to to persevere, and I really learned that there's there's two sides to every coin. And you can one of the ways empowers you and the other one limits you. And so I chose to look on the bright side and to do things that would help me feel better and help others feel better instead of focusing on my own pain or sorrow at that time. And I don't know, it's it's just like building a brick wall brick by brick. It's not so much one pivotal moment that built that wall. It's the little things you do day by day, moment by moment.

Speaker1:
I got to tell you, that's one of those moments, you know, what's coming. As bombs of wisdom, knowledge bombs, smart bombs, that's that is Jaren Jackson, because, look, I say this often and I know you've heard this before jahren it. You can either let your circumstances control your attitude. Or you can let your attitude dictate your circumstances. We all have a choice, it is ours alone to make personally where you are today. Your level of success or lack thereof is no one else's fault. And if you're successful, that's a good thing to say. That's your fault. It's all about what's going up here, what is going on up here and up there on his. And you can see the patterns of success that Jarrin has exhibited already is that he has used that approach to think of the ways and control his destiny by, you know, we we all have we all have crap that happens during our lives. All of us do. It's all about how you react to it. Hello, Eliza. How are you doing? She was also on our team some time ago. Yes. So good to have you here. And she love. I love that bomb. She's awesome. Oh, and I don't know what you were talking about, maybe you remember, but Alvina Stark said, what were some of those little things? Jahren You know, you remember what that was. Referring to. That was a while ago, I wasn't monitoring

Speaker2:
Some of the little things that helped me be positive. I can I can go based on that, I guess one of them is every time I find a obstacle, I reword it as a challenge for an opportunity. It's something to overcome. What did I do to help those? Liberating. Yes. Gotcha. Gotcha. So, yeah. And then another really cool thing is most people this sounds so judgmental, but it's the truth. Most people are focused on what's happening now, what's happening in the next five minutes. But few people are thinking what's going to happen in the next 10, 20, 30 years. And so if you can zoom out when you're going through a hard thing, you can be like, you know what? I bet this was probably in my life for a reason. And it's probably going to make me a stronger, more capable person. And I'm probably going to be able to better serve my family, my company, my customers because of this thing. So I bet there's a lesson to be learned here. And yes, it will be tough going through through some of those things. But you can know there's a light at the end of the tunnel. You just have to look for it and then go get it.

Speaker1:
I hear some jet engines off in the distance somewhere. Oh, there we go. Yes. Oh, fantastic. That's man, that is deep. You are white beyond your years because a lot of people don't think about, well, this is here for a purpose. I am I am being taught something here. And it all comes to like, oh, how many times I've asked a question, Jarrin, of other people have been on this show, other successful entrepreneurs. I ask them, what have been some of your failures? And they would most of them reframe it. I don't think of them as failures. I think of them as learning opportunities like, oh, there is. Look, the differentiation between successful people and those who are not successful, I have told, I have found time and time and time again, that's why it's the first word of this show, is what is going on up in your mind. And one of the ways to alter that is GERN has just been telling you all night is to read books, to read those books that will those will help also change your mindset, because when you're reading the books from successful people, do you think they might have a successful mindset that went with that as their author? And that will bleed through the words as you're reading them.

Speaker1:
And you'll just the more you associate with successful people, the more likely you will become successful. It's like, what is it? The I don't know. The number is the average seven. Most people you hang out, hang out with or something. I forget the whole quote, but I think people have heard that and get it. So, yeah, bombs of knowledge. And here's the thing. A lot of people think it's all about skills. Turn the crank turn. You know, how do I how do I determine the best way to do copywriting? How do I how do I get to be the best marketer on the planet? And it's often the skills are the last thing that we should be concentrating on is the attitude. It is the positive thinking, because no matter what skill set is in front of you that you're trying to master, when you do hit those moments where you're kind of not backward, it's that attitude that's going to keep you going forward and push through it. What do you think about that?

Speaker2:
Very true, very true. I think focusing on the why before the how will allow you to get so much further.

Speaker1:
Yes, Analisa agrees. I think you've been successful, I believe depends on one's mindset. It's a drop in there real quick where you're coming from. I know you're not from close by, so tell us where you're from. And I hope I'm saying your name right. Well, it's either Alvina or Elvina Stark. She says, I like that. Zoom out. That was also very profound. Jahren Look. See, you're having an impact on people's lives just by showing up. And that's what GERN does. He talks about, you know, that's what their company does, is gets you the exposure that you need for your business to thrive. So if we if we could real quick pivot a little bit, too. I know. I know you don't want to talk about this, but to your business, that's what everyone's passion is. I love talking about the business and I want to learn from you. Learn what you guys do specifically for your clients and those clients. It's a two part question. Where do they come? What is there where are they in their business? What is your ideal client? What do they consist of? So who is your ideal client? And then what are the kinds of services you do to help them crush it in business?

Speaker2:
For sure, I love that question. Obviously, you're not in business very long if you don't love what you do and we love what we do at LG Solutions and it's awesome. So what we do is we help agencies and coaches get more visibility for their business. By helping them develop entertaining social proof and getting featured on podcasts and news outlets so that you can expand your customer base while working with better quality clients, we don't help you get a stock full calendar of people that aren't your ideal client. We help you learn to filter and take maybe less calls. But the calls that you hop on with are people that are going to be a closer fit to what what you want to serve. And it's awesome. And we help agencies and coaches starting around six figures, and that is who we serve and we love it.

Speaker1:
And I love it that you guys are doing this for folks and we're going to give you a great resource, Jeron is actually here in just a moment about how you can get in touch with them and learn from them in this resource they make available that's open. Is it private or public?

Speaker2:
It's public,

Speaker1:
Public, so you'll be able to access it and I'll let I'll let Darren talk about what's inside, because it's pretty, pretty remarkable that it's part of the gift that he's going to be giving toward the end of the show. And thank you, Elvina, for letting me know. That's how to say your name. I appreciate that. It was a comment that came in. And and also, Lisa, she is from. The Philippines watching us live, pretty amazing, and she's an amazing young woman. She's gone through a lot herself. She has kids of her own skills are learned. Attitude is really essential. Absolutely could not agree more. I love it, she's giving us more information, I don't know how to pronounce any of these, but Tagaytay, a tourist spot here in the Philippines. My wife, I know she's big in the travel industry as well. So thank you for coming on for interacting. That's what we love. We love to have people interact. If you have a question specifically for Jarrin, please, by all means, drop it in. And if it's something that matches and it's of integrity, which I know the both of you that I've been seeing come into Elvina and Iliza so far, you are definitely in that boat. So I appreciate that.

Speaker1:
And keep them coming. Oh, my goodness. I'm having too much fun journal. I just checked the time. It can't be already, but we're not there yet. We still have a few minutes before we then announce these wonderful gifts to give people and I can't wait for that. So stick to the end. If you're watching live, remember, five nights vacation, stay at a five star. A lot of fives here, luxury resort. And again, that's compliments of my pal Jason West and the big insider secrets. That's that red logo you see if you're watching this live. And by the way, real quick, if you are if you're enjoying this and you love the value coming from this show, this is free and always will be. But if you'd like to learn or find out and get automated notifications, reminders that we're going live right before we go live, then head on over to the mind body business show. Got to put the thought in front and the show at the end, the mind body business show dotcom and you'll see the very bottom is a little form. You just register there. All we do is remind you of shows. We don't try to sell you anything. It's just you get a reminder once a week at a minimum, maybe twice a week on rare occasion, like next week we're doing two shows.

Speaker1:
But that way you can always be apprized of when we're going live and never miss an amazing individual like this guy here. You know, his name is Jaren Jackson. Just for those of you that may not understand me, I'm going to put up on the screen so you can read it. So. All right. So I also open the show by talking about skill sets that were necessary to develop, build, maintain, grow and everything. A thriving, successful business. The key being successful. And this kind of puts this will put you on the spot a little bit jarring, but I know you're up for it, if you can think of and I'm just it'll make it a little easier. What is working for you now? What you would claim from what's working for you? What are three skill sets that were absolutely necessary to have in order for you to be where you are now? What's working right now and what are the skill sets? Three of them, if you can think of three of them that you honed in that helped you to get you where you are now and keep going and thriving.

Speaker2:
That is an amazing question, if you listen to the show often, like I do, I like to take notes about the skills, even though we know it's about the attitude, the attitude is more important, but the skills can can expedite you on your journey as well. One hundred percent. So the first skill that I think is the biggest key to success is to leave your ego at the door and just be humble. I mean. The minute you think you know everything or you cannot improve. That's when you start. Diane, that's when you start losing. You can always learn something from anybody. I can learn someone that I can learn lessons from someone that is. In my terms, unsuccessful financially, but the Ivy League, you can learn from anybody, and that's honestly, I think that's the biggest one. If you are willing to learn there is nothing that can stop you, lesson or skill. Number two, as our man Brian mentioned on the show, I think that's leadership. I think there is not a thing in the world you cannot accomplish if you are a humble leader and leadership starts by being able to lead yourself. You need to be able to to have discipline and be someone that inspires others to action. I love that. That's a huge. Those are two huge skills. Men, if you can learn those two, you're ahead of the pack. And then the third one is the one that seals the deal for me. And it's this concept of until and if you had to put a name on it, I guess you would call it tenacity or adaptability. But far too many people think, oh, I tried X, Y and Z and I didn't get what I want. That doesn't exist, that doesn't exist, you go until you get what you want because you have a reason why to do it.

Speaker1:
You know what, that was it, that was it right there. I'm telling you. We go until that is off. That is just awesome because, yes, so many people think if I just do if I fill in the widgets one, two and three, I could have success. And if I don't, well, something's wrong and I'm just going to be I'm going to quit. And wow, it could not be farther from the truth. Thank you for that. And that is like so wise because people quit way too soon. Here's a great example, if I may, real quick. Lewis House. He's a phenomenal entrepreneur, a former professional football player, quarterback, and he's a very successful entrepreneur. He was asked on stage this question by the interviewer and he said, Lewis, if someone came to you, this is just an example. Somebody came to you and said, I want to start a podcast that hadn't started one yet. What would your advice be to them? He said, well, I'll tell them two things. One is to commit to being consistent if you're going to do it. In other words, say, if you're going to post a if you're going to drop a show or a interview on a podcast platform on, say, a Monday, then do it every single Monday without fail. Do not miss a single one. Be consistent if you do it twice a week. Same rule applies, he said. But the more important thing is the second one. And that is if you're not willing, I mean, get this one. This one's great.

Speaker1:
This hits the untill button hard if you are not willing. To do this and commit to it for a full two years, no matter what. Then don't even bother starting. I was like, bomb, another bomb was dropping and that was a perfect example because two years is like a lifetime to many people. We have this instant gratification society, right? Fast food, instant, like we got people dropping our groceries off to our doorstep. Now it's like Amazon is shipping before we finish shooting the order button. It's like amazing. And so people expect their success to come that quick as well. And that's the thing I'm here to tell you. It doesn't work that way. It doesn't. Are there ways to make it quicker? Yes. That's why we're talking to John Jackson right now. This you're looking at, you're watching, you're listening to one of the solutions to get yourself to success faster, and that is because Geron has done it. Why not model someone? Why not copy what he's doing instead of trying to do it on our own? I've been there. I'm sure Geron had been there at some point where we're trying to do it on our own and then realize we don't get help. And if I just put my ego to the side and allow for that help to happen, you're saying what would take 10 years? I can get done maybe in three? Yeah, I didn't say three months, years still, but much faster. Why not? So you said something about it's the why is the important thing not the or is it the how or the what.

Speaker1:
Here's another one that I learned at a deep level, and it goes along with this whole ego thing, and that is also to take it a step further and say, well, even rather than that, take it another way. It's very, very important, by the way, why you have to have a strong why is instead of the what or the how. I'm not including why a lot of people try to think about what do I need to do in my business and how am I going to get it done. Well, instead of concentrating on those two, what about the WHO? Who can I bring in to my world to collaborate with, to work with, to help each other? There goes the ego. You cannot have ego and have that work, period, because ego is all about you yourself. We got some more comments coming. Let's see what we got. Yes, yes. Elvina, don't give up. Yes. Oh, my goodness, yeah, humility takes us a long road, leadership is attained by being a good follower of your own. Yeah, what was the book I read? It was I think it was called Leaders Eat Last, something to that effect that was really good. Consistency is a must. You're nodding emphatically. You must have read it, too, since you have the whole library in your Kindle. Sounds like Jeron. So, yeah. And these are great, phenomenal books. I mean, I even have right on my desktop. This one's called Thought Conditioner's by Norman Vincent Peale.

Speaker1:
So if you want to talk about the positive mindset that Jerry's talking about, this is a great thing. You just read one page when you start your day and you just let it digest in your mind. It's a wonderful, wonderful who. I'm having too much fun. Five minutes. Come on now. All right. So I got to ask this one question before the final question. So we've got a couple more to go. The most important question or the most important aspect of any business, either making it or not, in my humble opinion, is whether or not they are able to successfully market their business marketing too often, even during this time of pandemic and covid companies, they were starting to cut cut departments as things were getting tough and tight. Well, many were doing what I would say are the wrong cuts and they were cutting their marketing department. That's like cutting off your own arm. I mean, you're done. It's over if you cut off your marketing department. So things change all the time during, you know, what worked 10 years ago in marketing may not work today. And what works today probably won't work in 10 years from now. But today is what's important. And for you and your business and your partnership, what are you guys doing right now that is working for you specifically with marketing your business? If you can peel away the onion right now to date, what has been your absolute most successful form of marketing?

Speaker2:
Without a doubt. Our most successful marketing has been posting entertaining social proof daily. And that's so powerful because that's what we help clients do as well. But people on social media, they want to see winds. Everybody wants to see winds, we love to see other people win, at least the people you want to work with love to see people win. I know Brian has a heart of gold. Everyone he meets, he wants to see crush it. And I love that. And so if you can find a way to post every little win that you do and that what your clients do in a way that's entertaining and engaging, man, you'll crush it so fast, so hard, but you still have to zoom out. It's not like an instant solution. It's the seed that you planted today and you water every day. You commit to being consistent. And it works wonders if given the time and you nurture it, it's amazing.

Speaker1:
You're doing it again, you know what you just did and you called in the bomb squad, here they come. Yes, another bombing run because of Jaren Jackson. Yeah, it's I love the analogy or the metaphor of planning the seed. And then that's the thing. What people do is they plant lots of seeds. They forget to water it, you know, and that it's a consistency. It's the repetition. It's the drive, it's the determination. But it's never ending, never give up attitude that will get to the finish line. And the cool thing is, Daryn, in my humble opinion, there is no such thing as a finish line never finished. It's just what's the next goal? The higher goal? What if what if the what if it existed? What if there was a ceiling turn? And you got to that point and let's say you're still not even 40 years old yet and you've hit the top, you can't go any farther, no more. No amount of creativity can take you any higher. Would that be kind of a boring existence in your mind?

Speaker2:
One hundred percent growth is like.

Speaker1:
Oh, man, I'm going to wear out this bomb, but I'm going to hold off on that. And that was a good one. Growth is life. It's true. And that's what makes entrepreneurs entrepreneurs. We love growth. We love change. We love risk. We love the whole the whole gamut. Going through the emotions, the ups and downs, the choosing of the attitude, everything about it is. So it's just life. It's fun. It's invigorating. I don't know. I enjoy it all. So I have one final question to part with and we're not done yet. I haven't forgotten or can give away that wonderful vacation today. But this one question, which you may know what it is, because you worked with me for such time, but it's so profound and so just interesting because all of my past experts that have come on the show, like yourself, they seem to not have the same answer for the same question. I'm not asking a different question, but the answers are all over the place. I'm like, this is I got something here with this question. It's not like I invented the question. It's just this is really cool and very interesting and intriguing. And so we're going to get to that question right after we tell everybody what I promised. There's two things. First, we're going to show you how you can win that five night stay at a five star luxury resort, compliments of the big insider secrets.

Speaker1:
And then a little birdie told me that this guy has an amazing gift for you and we're going to share that with you as well. So let's get into that part and then don't go anywhere, because this question you're got, you're going to fall out of your chair when you hear Jerins answer, I just know it. So let's get to the giveaway. So in the beginning, I was saying, keep your gaze here. Pay attention, take notes. Look. I'm running the show, I'm director, producer somewhat. It messed with me. It changed the page. But I've got an entire page of notes myself as I'm running this show. This is all from tonight. I'm not kidding. And so go ahead. You can put that down for the moment and you bring up your phone, your tablet, your desktop, whatever, and you'll want to go to a certain website to enter, to win. And here it is. I'll put it on the screen. You'll want to go to our WIP that I am forward slash vacation. That's a website. So our whippy that I am for vacation and you'll just enter your information there and you'll be entered to win that beautiful five night saying, look, I just want to be very clear.

Speaker1:
Bring back on the screen that this is not one of those things where they'll whisk your way to the basement and then water drip torch you with a time share pitch or anything like that. It's not that. And how do I know that the guy that owns the big insider secrets, the one that is sponsoring this, has taken three trips using the very giveaway that we are offering you tonight three times. And every time he said it was amazing, it was just like your another guest. There was nothing different about it other than the fact that you don't have to pay for the room. You have to pay for all the wonderful stuff, just pay. I think it's resource taxes and fees and your travel to and from. Other than that, it's all taken care of most. The biggest part of it is taken care of. So be sure to enter. And then we have an amazing, amazing giveaway here by Mr. Jaren Jackson. So I'm going to pull up a little. Thank. So go ahead and start telling folks about what it is you're offering them and the experience they're going to get as a result, if you wouldn't mind.

Speaker2:
Sure. So what we are offering is we have a couple people that have come through what you're about to get access to and take that information and apply it. And I'm not saying this will happen to you, but that one person made a hundred thousand dollars in recurring revenue from a single Facebook post. Yeah, so that's huge.

Speaker1:
And so all they need to do to potentially have that same experience, I'll put it up on the screen for folks, but where will this take them?

Speaker2:
Sure, so if you click the link in the description that's being displayed, that will take you to our public Facebook group, where you will be able to get access to our live trainings and our PDF bundles, and you'll see a cool guy there with a light saber. He's my partner. He's Leupp guy. He's the owner of the business. And we just have a good time. We love JFS over here. And don't take yourself too seriously, but take the information seriously and it'll be it'll be a good time. You can also find us at Ludt Gay.com and that's the good stuff.

Speaker1:
And so what what can they what is so great about getting into this group? I mean, you are saying something about the content that was in there. In addition to this gentleman who made one post, but what kind of things can we expect in there

Speaker2:
So you can learn so much like we teach you how to hire a Jedi appointment setter that not only helps you set quality appointments for yourself, but they also help you get on podcasts. They are j'étais I don't know if you've your fans have seen Star Wars, but stormtroopers and droids, that's often what people hire as appointment setters. And if you've seen the movies, their track record isn't so good. They don't, they don't hit much. But a Jedi has the force and the Jedi can kick butt and the Jedi matches your personality, which is so key. And this oh, we also do funny videos all the time. We have a blast. But yesterday actually we broke down our entire sales process from A to Z and it's insanely valuable. And that's the kind of content you can expect in that group.

Speaker1:
And so just to be clear, breaking down their sales process that has proven they could easily have charged probably multiple thousands of dollars for and like you said earlier, actually, it does show it's a private group. So you'll want to go there. And I don't know what questions are being asked when they go in there. But just mentioned that you saw Joran on the mind body business. So if you're asked, I'm sure there's got to be some question in there to for the moderator to allow you in. But there are over one hundred one thousand one hundred members in there. So you're going to be in good company. They're there for a reason. They must be there for a reason because something good is going on there. And so I appreciate you making that available to everyone here. And is there anything else, a little secret they might learn as they're going through the process of being in your group?

Speaker2:
One of the secrets, I guess you'll learn to have fun on social media. You you learn you shared earlier. Like, how does Karen get through all these hard things? Like in the beginning, you're like Joran has all these responsibilities. And, you know, as as you said that, I was like. Whatever, like, I have fun, I love what I do. Sure, there might be one or two things that they get old after like six hours, but I love what I do and I like our sales process is fun. I love what we do. And so that's that's one of the things you can you can learn on.

Speaker1:
Fantastic. So there it is on the screen. Everyone head on over to our white p dot. I am for sold before call. And if you want to just go to Facebook, you can search for souled before call and you want to make sure you're searching on groups, not pages or profiles, but solely for call. Just it was a much shorter URL to put in this link shortener. Our that I am slash sold before call. And what I'm going to do is put that in the chat so you guys can just click on it and it goes it's heading out to all the wonderful social media platforms. Look where we're live on Facebook, on multiple pages on a group as well, and YouTube on Periscope, which unfortunately is soon to go away. But it will stay alive on the Twitter tiers. And we just open up another platform literally today that we're also streaming live on that I just told you about. And he's not even aware of it, actually, because I can't tell about the life part, but always looking to get more exposure for people. Amazing people like GERN. And guess what? We haven't asked that one question yet, have we? I know some of you are waiting for it. So go ahead. Be sure to go to our Web program for such sold before call and just ask to request to join and become one of the one thousand one hundred members and growing. And there you can hang out and chit chat with John because he's a nice guy. Look at him. I mean, you've heard him all night. He's an amazing guy. And so what we want to do is get to that question, you know, that that one defining question, I know we went over a little bit appreciate for hanging on there.

Speaker1:
Longer journey with me and everyone who's watching. Appreciate that as well. And listening. Let's see a little bit of clean up. So. Are you ready for the big question? I know, I know what you're going to say already, but are you ready? We'll see, we'll see. All right, well, you surprised me with that answer. That's good. All right. OK, here we go. Well, all right, before we ask the question. I think you already know this based on being with us, but the beautiful thing about this question is there is no such thing as a wrong answer. I just want to kind of set the table, remind you of what you already know, that there's no such thing as a wrong answer. And just the opposite is the case. The only correct answer is yours. And so I like to say this. This question is somewhat personal, and that's the only thing that makes it personal. In fact, it just means it's unique to you because you are it's going to be your answer and no one else's. And here's the thing, Daryn. It may take a few moments of thought. If it does, that's OK. I'm not paying for the airtime or good. If it takes if this instant, that's good, too, because it's your answer. Once again, it's all what makes you you, man. He's like he's putting the pressure on me now, but with all that. Now, are you truly ready? All right,

Speaker2:
Let's get ready.

Speaker1:
Here it is. Jaren Jackson. How do you define success?

Speaker2:
That is an epic question. I define success. By did I live my life with integrity today? Can I go to sleep knowing that I did better today than I did yesterday? Did I laugh or did I spend time with those that matter most to me? Did I serve someone? That's how I would define success, is did I make a difference? Am I improving and did I do what matters to me, which is be with my family, make an impact, see people win, help people win more, do it all over again. That's how I define success.

Speaker1:
That is how you close out a show with. Oh, yes, that is the amazing Jaren Jackson, everyone, this has been so wonderful to reunite with you. It's been a little while. I've been curious how things are going. I know we got to catch up a little bit before the show and so happy for you, Daryn, and just keep crushing it and be that role model that you have become because we have people. Lisa was saying she's already joined your group already. She just went into the action taker. Yeah. And and Tim Gillette came on and said, hi, a personal friend of mine. He also has a live show. He's an amazing entrepreneur speaker, just amazing people. And you had a direct impact on everyone who came on. And it's just a beautiful thing. This is going to be on twenty five podcast platforms. Twenty five. So your voice will live on your legacy. And the value you brought tonight isn't just for tonight. You have a legacy that you've just created by showing up. And so for those of you out there that are not going on to other live shows or podcasts, that is a great strategy for not only growing your business, but creating a legacy, something that people can use to help them in their lives going forward.

Speaker1:
Didn't make any money by appearing on the show. I didn't charge him any money. This wasn't about money. It's about sharing this young man's brilliance with you so you can crush it in life. And as a result, you know, when you get go around to saying, you know, I need some marketing help, who would be a great guy to go to would be Jaren Jackson and and his company that he's part of now by going to that Facebook group and starting the conversation. And you can tell it's going to be a really fun one because you just heard them all on night tonight. So, Jason, I appreciate you, my man. And I just want to I just want you to become as exceedingly wealthy as possible because I know what you would do with that wealth. You will spread it by helping more people doing what you're doing now and what you improve in as you go forward in your life. So appreciate you for coming on tonight, buddy.

Speaker2:
Appreciate you, Brian. This has been amazing. I love it

Speaker1:
And it's been amazing because of you. You are the man that made it happen and appreciate you and your wife is blessed beyond belief. Your son is blessed beyond belief. They have one amazing guy in that household leading it. So keep doing what you're doing, brother. And, you know, if there's ever anything you want or need and it could be personal, please know my door's always open to you have my number. I know you have my number direct. You can text me anytime you want. OK, it's an open door policy. All right, my man, that is it, that is this show we're going to let this guy go. This guy over here, Jarrin, so he can be with his wife and son for the rest of what's left of his evening for everyone else. Appreciate you. I can't tell you how much for coming on spending your valuable time learning valuable skills and valuable smart bombs of knowledge from Jaren Jackson. Until next time we will be on again very soon. So be on the lookout, go to the mind body business, show dotcom and just register for the automated reminder. We're coming back again in less than a week. We're going to have a two show week. It's going to be a lot of fun. Until then, on behalf of the amazing Jaren Jackson, I'm your host, Brian Kelly of the Mind Body Business Show. We will see you again next time. Until then, we blast everybody. So long for now. Thank you for tuning in to the mind body

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