Special Guest Expert - Lewis Crompton

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

Speaker2:
Two steps back

Work, dedicated, determined and driven. We finally break through, and that is the question. This podcast will give you the answers. My name is Brian. This. The Mind Body Business Show.

Speaker2:
Hello, everyone, and welcome, welcome, welcome to the Mind Body Business Show. How are you doing this evening? We have a phenomenal, phenomenal guest who comes to us from all the way over in the U.K. And it is very, very early in the morning there. Right now. It is around, I'm guessing, one thirty a.m. I hope I got that right in the U.K. So this gentleman has agreed to come on and share his brilliance with you, and I cannot wait to bring him on. He's coming very, very soon. First, the mind body business show. What is that all about? Well, it is a show that I had put together with you, the entrepreneur and small business owner in mind. And what I do is I bring on only successful entrepreneurs from all over the world, and it's for the purpose of them to share their brilliance and share how they achieve success so that now you can utilize what they have done and simply model, which is a fancy word for copy model, what they have done so you can achieve success faster rather than trying to invent it on your own. It's that simple and it's worked phenomenally well in my life to take key concept strategies, experience actions and things that people who are more successful than me and put them in action for myself and I see the same results. It's there's really no secret to it. I'm sorry. There's no secret. I know many people are looking for the secret to success. It's really to follow others who have achieved it already and simply model them.

Speaker2:
There's no need to start over from scratch. So that is what this show is all about. Sit tight. It's going to be a great ride because we have incomparable Louis Crompton sitting waiting in the wings. He's probably all juiced up on tea or coffee just to stay awake for us tonight because it's very, very early there. And I appreciate that so very much. And you will to what a wonderful, wonderful young man he is. Got to know him a little bit before we started. And the mind body business show, it really is about what I call the three pillars of success, the first being in mind, and that is mind set. So all the successful people I had studied over a good ten year period where I just studied only successful people to find out what made them tick, had these three components in common. Mine was they had a very, very powerful, yet more more importantly, flexible mindset and then body to a person that of those that I studied, they took care of themselves both nutritionally and physically. And then business business is so multifaceted. There are many skill sets that one must master in order to build a successful business and then increasingly make it more successful. As time goes on, the skill sets like marketing team, building, leadership, systematizing sales, I mean, I could go on and on. The thing is, to master or become an expert at any one skill set can take a long time.

Speaker2:
The good news is no one person ever needs to master all of them themselves if they just master this one skill set, just one. And it's one of them that I mentioned just a moment ago. If you just master this one skill set, then you're really set. You don't have to master all the others. It's good to have knowledge and experience in other of those skill sets for sure. But you don't need to master every single one of them. And that one skill set that if you master your set is the skill set of leadership. Once you've mastered that skill set, then you can delegate to those who have mastered those areas that you had not yet mastered. Make sense. It's again, there's no secret to this, the stuff, folks, it's it's really simple, it's just a matter of knowing the right recipe and then following it. It's really comes down to that. And look, there are many, many different recipes for success, just like there are many different recipes for really tasty cakes, which I don't eat. But they're out there and you just need to find one one successful recipe and then go after it with everything you've got and follow it to a T.. Speaking of successful people, another wonderful trait of very successful people that I have found in my walk is that they are all very gracious readers of books. And what I like to do with that is Segway. Really quickly into a little segment, I affectionately call one.

Speaker1:
Bookmarks for to read bookmarks, ready, steady, read bookmarks brought to you by reach your peak library dotcom.

Speaker2:
There you see it, reach your library, dotcom, and just a real quick word of advice, write this stuff down, write down the resources instead of succumbing to that that wanton desire to go click away and open a tab and find out what we're talking about. Instead of doing that, I implore of you to instead write it down and then visit these resources after the show is over. And why I say that is because the magic literally happens in the room. And what that means is if you're off, you're taking your attention elsewhere and researching these other websites and resources that you're going to hear about on the show. If you're doing that while the show is going, then it's very possible you're going to miss that one golden nugget that Lewis is going to talk about on the show that could change your life forever. And I would just hate for that to happen so you can catch everything there is in this show, resources and all. If you just take notes, write everything down and stay with us and also interact with us, ask questions, say hi, tell us where you're from, give us likes and loves all that stuff. We love interaction. So and I'm very, very happy to have you here. We thank you for spending your time with us because not because of me, but because of Louis Crumpton. Our wonderful, wonderful guest is coming on just moments from now. Reach a peak library dot com. It is a resource that I had my team develop. And you may not believe me, but that's OK specifically for you with you in mind. And the reason is because I myself, I was not a voracious reader until about 10 years ago. I'm going to be fifty seven at the end of this month.

Speaker2:
So about forty seven years old, I finally started reading and I realized, oh my gosh, this is amazing. I am changing. My business is flourishing because I'm reading the right books and I'm reading a lot of books. And so I began categorizing and cataloging all the books I personally had read that had a profound impact on either my business or my personal life or both. So that means not every book I've ever read is in this list. Not everyone makes the grade. And so this helps you because now you have a one stop resource. You can go in there. And I'm sure if you're a book reader of any kind, you you've already recognized some of them that are flowing up on the screen and reach your peak library dotcom. And my advice to you is just find the first one that you have not read because there are no order on this site. They're just haphazardly thrown in there. Find the first one that looks like a good read and just go get it. And again, this is this is not a money making website. That is not the purpose of this site. It is solely here to give you a very quick and easy way to find a very well written and very great book that will give you results that you're looking for. And you can at least know that one other successful entrepreneur vets them. So that's where you might gift. It truly is is a gift for all of you to be able to take advantage of that. And speaking of gifts. We have the biggest gift of all, and that is the gift of Mr. Lewis Crompton's. So with that. It is time to bring this young man. What do you think? I think we do. Here we go.

Speaker1:
It's time for the guest expert spotlight, savvy, skillful, professional, adept, trained, big league qualified.

Speaker2:
And there he is, ladies and gentlemen, is the one, the only Lewis corrupting.

Speaker3:
Yes. Thanks very much, Brian. Hello, everyone. Great to be here. Even if it is early in the morning,

Speaker2:
Is it is it one thirty nine there

Speaker3:
Or. Yes. You got that correct? Yep.

Speaker2:
That is one dedicated young man right there, ladies and gentlemen. So thank you so much. On behalf of everyone watching and listening, Lewis, for coming on at this incredibly weird hour for you. Much appreciated. Hey, before we jump in and really dove deep, I want to take care of some housekeeping, give a shout out to our sponsors. And one of those is right over Lewis's left shoulder on the right of your screen if you're watching. And that is the big insider secrets. And there's a really dear friend of mine that owns that business. His name is Jason Ness. And because of them and because of him, we are able to give away a five night stay at a five star luxury resort, compliments of the big insider secrets over there. I got to point the right way. And Jason s company, we get to do this every single week because of that. So stay with us to the end. If you're watching live, you can qualify to win a vacation. And these are like not going to they're not going to take you down in the basement and with you over the head and say, buy my timeshare. It has nothing to do with that is a legitimate vacation day. So you'll definitely want to stick around for that. And then we have a couple more. Let's see if I can locate what I'm looking for. Here we go. All right. Two more and then we'll come on and squeeze the brilliance out of Mr. Crumpton. Here we go.

Speaker2:
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Speaker3:
Ready for

Speaker2:
Lewis is a forex trader, educator, coach and business owner is passionate about empowering others in their personal finances and private lives. His personal style of entrepreneurship is to make money, work hard for you rather than you working hard for money. I like this already. Lewis started his entrepreneurial journey running a small food van at music festivals. Hey, I probably got food from you at one point. This gave him this gave him the bug to build businesses and create a life of his own design. And he now runs his property portfolio in the northeast of England. He trades the financial markets and is establishing new businesses from his laptop. He's living a laptop lifestyle. And so he's often been nicknamed the traveling investor and he's traveled the globe for the past four years. And while doing so, he's teaching people to invest in both property and stocks. And he also has been asked to speak at events to small and large businesses with his message of personal value, motivation and efficiency to crowds of up to fourteen thousand people. So with that, I want to welcome Lewis Crompton officially, formally to the show of the mind body business. So this is going to be a fun ride, my friend. Fun, right? All right. So let's dove right into it. Great accolades and talking to before the show.

Speaker2:
I realize you're a very accomplished individual and very successful in your own right and you have an immense heart for helping people. And that's one of the things I love about you already. And what I wanted to do is peel back the onion, so to speak, so we know a little bit about your experience in your travels and where you're coming from and what you're successful at. What I like to find out and dig deeper on is what got you there. And usually in nearly every case, yes, it's in every case it all starts with with what's going on between those ears of yours and that big, beautiful brain of yours. Like when you get up in the morning, Louis, like today and you know, it's going to start maybe really early or, you know, that there's a big, arduous task awaiting you because being an entrepreneur, it's all it's all just rose petals and easy. Right. And you know that you have all of these tasks, these these setbacks that are coming your way. We know what's happening. And you've done this long enough to know what is it that keeps you powering past them in your mind and keeps you going and motivated day in and day out. They just keep crushing it all the time.

Speaker3:
So for me, it comes down to people. People are the most important thing in the universe for me. So I will often go for a walk in the morning before I kind of start doing any work. And on that walk, I often find myself getting emotional automatically just about the fact that I want to have an impact on the world. I want to change people's lives. I want to change the world as best as I can. And that for me is the the big drive, the big motivator. And everything I've done throughout my life comes down to that. I mean, I remember being in a parking lot with a friend of mine, Caggiano, who's a she's a she's a number of years out. I'm not going to I'm not going to count the years because she wouldn't thank me for that. But she's a number of years older than me. And I was I was in my prime my early twenties. And she asked me, what do you want to do with your life? Lewis and I remember just not breaking down as a big. Tears in my eyes and just thinking all I want to do is change people's lives for the better. In one sense, I don't care what that is, how that is. I just know that I want to change people's lives for the better. I always caveat that because you could change people's lives, not for the better. But I do want to change it for the better. So, yes, it is that. And what I was at that point, I was I trained in the church as a counselor, like therapist type thing is as a minister. And I was doing it in that way.

Speaker3:
So that's where I first kind of originates. And I think that that that Christian upbringing that I have, that church upbringing that I had made me very aware that not everyone has it easy. Not everyone has a good time of it. And we should be at least in what was built in me, is we should be looking to help other people. And that really did take root as a seed that's grown and grown and grown over the years to the point where if I don't work hard enough sometimes or I'm not on it as much as I want to be, it upsets me deeply because I'm not having that level of impact that I want to have. And I'm still not even when I work very hard and not have the level of impact I want to have, because I don't there's not really a cap on where that is, because I just want to help as many people as I possibly can and as many different ways as I can, really. So, yes, I trained as a counselor and in church and I helped a lot of people, again, around the world in that capacity. And at the moment, the primary drive I have is teaching people how to how to trade, how to invest in stock shares, currencies, and which is forex stuff. Also crypto. If they want to look at that, the skill set that I have covers every type of financial market and that helps improve people's personal finances, which, if you get that right, just changes so much and takes so much pressure off and stress off and and leaves people in a far, far better position than they were before.

Speaker2:
I got to tell you, and this has been true of so many people I've run into, that the more the more successful people are concentrated more on other people than themselves. Yeah, it just seems to be this common thread. And, you know, I've got I've got to give it to you, man. You know what that was? You know what that was at that moment? It was a bomb dropping moment.

Speaker3:
Yes. I got to

Speaker2:
Go to that. And yeah, all kidding aside, that is amazing. And it is such a common denominator of successful people. It's you know, you didn't say, well, I get up because my drive is making more money so I can have a bigger house and a nicer car and all the material things or even a nicer place for my family. It wasn't about you or anything centric central to you. It was about other people. And I find that the more successful one is, is they think more that way in general. I'm not saying to a person there are those that don't, but I love that. And that's what I love about entrepreneurs in general, most entrepreneurs that I've run into and probably you as well, Lewis, like you go to these networking events, seminars, boot camps. And I just feel like I'm in the midst of my family, my second family that I wasn't with earlier. A Gracie Ruth Melendez says hello from Sunny, California. All right. That's where I'm from, Grace.

Speaker3:
I love California. Absolutely love California. I spent a lot of time in and around Riverside and Big Bear and that kind of area. So, yeah, I love that

Speaker2:
Little Big Bear. Hey, next time you're around, you've got to you've got to give me a jingle there. We got to hook up, get some coffee or tea or whatever it is. It's important to just meet up and then. Oh this this guy I love this guy Prince I driving and learning with Brian killing his guys. Drive careful, my man. Drive careful. I hope you're just listening and not watching. Keep your eyes on the road because you are such a gem. I know Prince. I know personally. He's on a me talk about heart centered entrepreneurs, Lewis, you prince and I'm sure Gracie as well because she's from California. You got to be right. Oh, my goodness. So I was talking about a little bit and the opening of the show about reading and how successful business people, successful people in general read a lot and they read what is pertinent to help them to excel at whatever they're doing. There's nothing wrong with reading fiction and relaxing, enjoying that. I'm not making that the message at all. But for those that want to really excel in business, reading books about business, about personal development, about mindset, about everything that goes with the mind, body, business arena, then you will see success. So would you consider yourself, Louis, to also be an avid reader? I'm going to guess the answer is yes.

Speaker3:
The answer is yes. Yeah.

Speaker2:
So what book are you reading right now or books? I've gosh, how many times I've interviewed people. I'm reading three at the same time. It's like I literally don't know how they do that.

Speaker3:
Oh, I can cope. No, my brain doesn't work that way. And so I do a lot of like I said, I go for walks in the morning so I often listen to audiobooks. I quite like absorbing information that way. But also at the same point, I love to highlight what I'm reading through a book. So I'm caught between this constant tension of I want to devour as many books as possible and audio books are really good for that. But also I want to take notes and highlight things. So I'm reading a book at the moment called Clockwork by My Miklowitz. I don't know how to pronounce his surname, but yeah, it's really, really good. It's all about designing your business to run itself. And I very much want to be a business owner rather than a cog in my business, which is where I want to grow it to eventually. At the moment I'm very, very hands on with my students are in my business and I do love. That's really where I want to be. I'm trying to automate all the other parts of the business so I have more time to give more value and keep more of my time to my students is is the goal.

Speaker3:
So, yeah, it's a really, really good book. And he's written loads of books on business. He's a guy that came up with the pumpkin plan. He wrote that book, which is also really, really good to have you stand out in your particular field. Really, really interesting book that took a lot away from that as well. But yeah, I've actually run a free book club on a monthly basis, which is largely investors and entrepreneurs as well that come along to that with varying degrees of commitment because it is free, which is something I've noticed as well over time, if, if, if it's free, people don't value it in the same way. So it's hard to get attendance. Yeah, but I love that it keeps me reading. We as a collective will focus on one book a month. Nothing to stop you reading other books at the same time, but then we have a really great discussion about it.

Speaker2:
That's fantastic. So. Clockwork by Mike M

Speaker3:
Yeah, Mike M, Michael outwits yeah,

Speaker2:
Yeah. So here's one thing I'd like to tell folks, and I do this now quite often when I hear someone like you talk about a book and give it praise, this is what I love. Audible to Lewis. That's my go to. Because, you know, if you want to highlight, there is a like a hybrid where you can get I think it's Kindle or you can combine audio with it and it will actually read for you along with you. And you could posit and highlight if you want it that way. That's another way to try to ingest it. But I love Arbol because I can be working out like on a treadmill or something that doesn't require concentrating on the muscle that you're working out, things like that, or in the car. On the bike. On a walk. It's a phenomenal. But here's what I like to say to folks, is whenever someone like Lewis comes on and they talk about a book and give it praise and say it has an impact on me and my business is when this show is over, I'm going to be horrible and it's going to be in my library. And I'm not saying that to say, oh, look at Bryant. No, I'm saying look at Lewis and do what he does. One point thirty thousand years. And I'm more confused today and so do it. Lewis does model success. He's reading a book. He's giving it praise. It's going to help him to systematize his business so he can step away from the grind, the daily stuff that he doesn't really need to be involved in so he can use his brilliance and his passion for people to give them better results because he's spending less time on the stuff that he really shouldn't be spending on.

Speaker2:
That's just being a smart business person, continually stepping farther away from the business as far as you want to. So Lewis has a passion to stay one on one for however long. Right. And it may be forever. That's OK. What are his passion is but for him, he still has other areas who would like to step away from. And I think everybody here, including yours truly, all have more of those areas. I'm doing the same thing, Lewis. This is like spot on. Just hired Vah, who is crushing it and doing a bunch. I know. I was like, wow, I should have done this a long time ago. Yeah, it's it's a godsend to have help and and then systems in place, automation, things like that altogether. Fantastic. Goodness sakes. What how did you get into forex trading? What I mean, this isn't I've I've seen a lot of people it seems to be like with Bitcoin coming and having all this craze about Bitcoin, I've seen forex trading rise in popularity right with it. What is what's going on? What is it about for trading and how did you get involved in it?

Speaker3:
I think I think there's the reason behind the rise is particularly at the moment, people are so aware that relying on one income stream is not a good way to be. I mean, the pandemic over the past 18 months has taught us that that we we can't rely on one thing. So I think people are looking in general for ways to generate and create some form of additional income. So I think that's where we've seen the rise. People don't trust in the same way the big institutional banks and everything like that. So they're looking for decentralized finance, which is what crypto is. We've seen that rise coming as a result of that with Forex and how I got involved, I actually signed up for a rich dad education, said Robert Kiyosaki. If anyone has heard of him, sign up for one of his seminars on property investment actually by call it call it divine intervention. What I'd actually done is I unintentionally signed up for the wrong seminar. So when I turned up to the property, when they said, your name is not on the list, but I found my list on the on the Forex trading seminar. So I was like, well, I'm here now.

Speaker3:
It was a rainy day in October, I think, in London and a hotel called the Bloomsbury Hotel. So I went along to that to that seminar, sat through the two hour teaching session, which was really just a sales pitch for a weekend training. I was completely sold, put my hand up, ran to the back of the room, all of that, and paid a fair amount of money for this weekend training, then did the weekend training, which was an upset to a nine month training course with with coaching and mentorship and everything like that. And I signed up for that as well. So I took out a credit card, took out a loan, gave all my money to this thing, which I'm glad I did. If I mean, looking back, I would not behave in that way, knowing what I now know about financial behavior and everything. But the fact I was so invested meant I had to make it work. So I, I got to it. It got to work. Seven months after being on that rich that event, I left my job, which was work in the head offices of a large retail chain in the UK doing sales analysis, logistics, distribution, that type of thing.

Speaker3:
So I left my job and that's when I started trading full time and traveling the world, which was phenomenal. And then about 12 months after being a full time trader, which now is a bit of a misnomer in terms because I only trade for a maximum of 30 minutes a day, and that's what I teach my here and I bet any time at all. And that's why I teach my students to do as well. Just 30 minutes a day rich that after 12 months of doing this full time, ask me if I would come back and do some teaching for them. So then for the next four or five years, I was traveling the world whilst dropping off into different rich out events, teaching people how to do this thing as well. And I taught for them. And then I decided about two years ago that I didn't want to travel quite so much and I wanted to do my own thing. Just part of the progression and the evolution, isn't it, really? So I launched my own training and it's gone phenomenally well. And students are getting results, which is the primary reason why I did it.

Speaker2:
Lordy, I mean, there were so many so many golden nugget there that we got to do it again.

Speaker3:
Come on. Yes, love it.

Speaker2:
Oh my goodness. So one of the one of the biggest takeaways I got from what you just said and you put a lot into that one little paragraph of of great information was basically it's like this global human truth that if you don't have skin in the game. Other words. In other words, if you don't if you're not invested in something, you're less likely to invest yourself into completing it and finishing the race. And so in your case, you said it because you invested you felt the need to really take it through the end. And that's what happens to everybody. And so many people want to give their stuff away for free because, you know, and it feels good. That's one of the reasons it feels good to give it away for free. The interesting thing is that's actually doing most people that you feel you're helping a disservice yet that it's reverse psychology is like, well, you need to charge them and in fact, you need to charge them considerably more than you would think that you would or because we all devalue our own stuff and you could find out from other people, what do you think this is worth? But, yeah, when you start charging for and people pay it, they're much more likely to really put it in action and get use from it, because this is what I like to call it.

Speaker2:
Lewis, if somebody if I get I've had this happen literally, I've gone to events and I would be a friend of the one of the speakers and they'd introduce me. Oh, since you're a friend here, here's my here's my five thousand dollar package for free DVDs. Back before we had thumb drives, I'd bring it home. And you know how many of those DVDs I watched? A big fat zero ended up it was a big case, right? So I put them up on my shelf so that self-help became self-help. We can get in the game. I didn't invest in it. Did I think it was about a value? Yeah, I thought it was a value, but I didn't deep down because I have skin in the game. That was a huge lesson right there that you just gave to everyone. And I think for all businesses and entrepreneurs, it's it's a good idea to price put a price tag on nearly everything that you offer, especially if you've poured a lot of time into it, but more importantly, so that the end result is that person will get the result they're looking for because they put skin in the game. Yeah.

Speaker3:
Yeah. I remember when I learned that lesson for the first time was when I was I said I trained as a counselor and I actually worked with a ministry in California. And they are the ones who trained me, which why I spent so much time in California. And they they would charge I think it was one hundred dollars an hour for a session. And I thought that was quite a lot of money. But then we did quite a few pro bono free sessions with people and you could just tell the difference between who had paid for their session and who hadn't paid for their session, the the people who hadn't. And again, it's a generalization. It's not true of everyone would be unfair to it is. But in general, they would waste time. They'd be late, they'd maybe not turn up. They even if they were in the session, would just spend more time talking rather than actually doing the work which but they were there to do, whereas people who paid for it turned up. They were ontime. They wanted to be there. They were putting the work in. They were they were dealing with whatever they were dealing with and actually facing confronting it. There was so much more invested. So I learned that lesson very, very early on.

Speaker2:
Yeah, a valuable lesson for sure. And so many don't learn it for years, decades. I'm one of those. It just took a while. You learn more and more stuff as you go through and you learn by being immersed in certain environments and being with mentors and and people that have been there before you. And so everyone learns these nuggets in different order and at different times. But if you're not going out there, if you're not showing up, if you're not reading books, if you're not stepping into the game, you'll never learn. So the more you engage in life in going to seminars and network, now that we're able to move about a little bit more, that would be a good thing to engage in going online. Some it's all that it's it pays off you. So you said something earlier. I know everyone watching or listening to this is asking themselves right now. It's like they're probably stuck on it and haven't heard another word you said because they're going, all right, what the heck, Lewis? 30 minutes a day. What the heck do you do with the rest of the time of your day when you're done with your business for the entire day and 30 minutes?

Speaker3:
Yeah. So the 30 minutes isn't my what I spend on my business that's on my own personal trading. So when I'm trading, I only spend 30 minutes and I either do that in the morning or the evening. The style of trading that I teach is very, very flexible in terms of when you need to do it. Yes, you need to do it on a daily basis, but it's very flexible as to when that is. And I always recommend either the morning when you first get up or the evening before you go to bed. And the reason for that being the market's the quietest. You've got less movement happening. So it's easier to see what's already happened to make a decision based off of that, because everything I do is primarily pattern based and what's called technical analysis, which allows us to spend a lot less time actually in the markets, on the markets. We don't have to be reading the newspapers. We don't have to be reading news articles and understanding everything that's going on economically in every single country around the world. We don't have to do that and we can still be very, very successful with the percentage returns we make. I mean, I had a student last month make eleven percent in one month. Absolutely phenomenal. And that's that's not an isolated case like this. That happens frequently. And my my general goal for my students is around the six month mark to be making five percent per month or more. So that's where I spend the majority of my time. And when I'm not trading myself, is teaching my students to get that level of results, giving them that feedback. I'm a big believer that if you want to be successful in anything, really, you need to have some form of feedback loop.

Speaker3:
And it's very, very true with trading. Trading is one of those those skill sets. And it is a skill set. It's one of those skill sets which if you're one degree off very quickly, you're one hundred degrees off just by being that one degree off early on. And if you don't know what you don't know, you can't spot when you're making a mistake. And I think one of the one of the core gifts that I have inherently is that I I'm clever enough to know that I'm dumb enough that I need help. And so that's one of my core gifts. And I always, always looked for mentors, coaches, people to feed back to me on what I'm doing, who know what they're doing, because it just sped up my process. That's why I was able to leave my job and just seven months learning to trade rather than I was actually on that weekend course with my best friend. The friend I grew up with went to nursery primary school youth group together, all of that. I was best man at his wedding. We were sat at the at the at the same event. Eight years on, is he financially free trader? No. Am I? Yes. What was the difference? I decided to invest in myself, put skin in the game and get mentor and coach in how to do this correctly. And he did. And that's the primary difference. And he's way smarter than me. If we ever play a board game of Monopoly or anything like that, he's the winner, not me. But when it comes to life and investing in myself, I won on that one.

Speaker2:
Invest in yourself, ladies and gentlemen. Yes. And another golden nugget there is coaching and being coachable. There's two different two different things. There is one is I love how you said I can't I can't remember exactly. You said you said it very well, that you are so smart that you understood when you were not smart or that you were smart enough to get help, something like that. But it's being aware that you it's OK to get help. A lot of guys, especially with the egos, think I can do this for myself. And if I go get help, it's a sign of weakness. It's going to be a sign of weakness for the rest of your life if you don't get help, because financially and success wise, I think we as humans, we were put on this earth to be to do things together, not alone and not in a vacuum. And when we joined forces, better things happen. And the fact that you seek out coaching and mentoring at all times, I want everyone to understand this. And listen, that's that's watching and listening right now. Please, please do the same. Every time I've had a coach, my I had the greatest speaking coaches for speaking on stage and my improvement went up exponentially after I got their feedback. And here's the thing. If you have a strong ego, the feedback hurts. Yeah, I remember in the beginning I had a strong ego. I didn't know it, but, man, it hurt. And it was funny because after I got the feedback and it hurt, I went back on stage and implemented what they told me.

Speaker2:
I came back for my next feedback session and because of their glaring about you, you just improved like many fold in one time. You still have things to work on. Here they are. But I then said, Oh, OK, that didn't hurt as bad. Still a little bit, but it hurt less and less. That thing was loose, man. I got to the point where if there were times where the main guy that reviewed my speaking performances, if you will, there were certain times he couldn't make it during certain sessions. And I would just I would hate that because now I knew I would not get the feedback that would catapult me many four times farther. Again, the very next time I went up on stage. So it's it's not easy. You know, I'm going to tell everybody straight up, especially in the beginning. But once you start seeing the results from it, you're going to go, I can't wait to get more feedback. And I can't I honestly love getting feedback because the results are so more important than how I feel about it. So have you found that to be true with any of the coaches or mentors you have that you think is getting that honest feedback with love? You know, they're there to help you, but if they sugarcoat it, too much isn't helping you at all. You look for those that have, you know, straight between the eyes. I'm just going to give it to you straight, Lewis. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker3:
I've had I've had one of my mentors on a couple of occasions. What's what's the phrase to use? Tear me a new one when it was required because I was just being childish and throwing my toys out the pram about something. I cut my money just down the line straightaway, cut, cut through all of my rubbish and just told it to me straight. But we have that that dynamic and that that that friendship as well, which underpins underpins our relationship because he he is my mentor. And so you have that in place. And I think anybody that I coach or mentor and I want one, it's far more like that will become friends through that process. And because by that, they're actually like minded. They're willing to invest in themselves. They willing to learn, they're wanting to take direction. They're wanting to pursue a similar thing to what you're pursuing or have been pursuing. So, yeah, it often happens that way that you build these connections. Like you said, you you you go to events and you speak to people who are of a similar mindset and you feel like you're at home, you're around family. And sometimes the only way to get around those people is to pay for it. Unfortunately, because their time is precious. And I'm a big believer that time is the most precious thing that we have. And anything I can do to maximize the time that I have to do what I want to do. I'm all for it. So if I can shortcut that process by paying someone to show me how to shortcut that process, sign me up.

Speaker2:
It's a beautiful cycle, so many people avoid investing because they say, well, I'm trying to make more money. Now you're telling me to spend more money. It's like, yeah, that's why they call it investing. You invest it and let it will grow over time. You won't see cash flying from the sky immediately. But what you'll find over time, if you keep being persistent, you do with discipline. Do it like Lewis, keep going. Find another coach, another mentor. Sometimes, you know, some people say do it within your means. I say do it a little bit outside of your means, because if you have to actually scratch and claw to get enough money that is not currently in your account, but it's within reach. Well, again, you'll have more skin in the game and you'll crush it during that mentorship as opposed to before. And look, you put this money into it, you invest it. You're literally buying yourself time in the sense that you're saving the amount of time it's going to take you to reach that pinnacle of success that you're looking for. And so if people could see through the trees and note that what was on the other side, right. Everybody, I think many more people would be saying, you know, going after Lewis Crompton and saying, will you be my mentor? Because you are very, very knowledgeable, very wise. You're very humble, you're very honest. You've got all the traits I would want in somebody to coach. And my mentor, the one I'm talking about, was literally he could literally be my son by age. Well, it doesn't matter. Race doesn't matter. Gender doesn't matter. Results is what matters. And the beautiful human component is what matters, in my humble opinion.

Speaker3:
Yeah, no, I completely agree, I completely agree, and you do have to be wise with who you pick, but you're completely right as well. You you are investing in your future by investing in a coach or a mentor. You just. I remember when I first my first business coach, I remember being set and saying, but can you guarantee that I will get results? I was that person asked that question and I get asked as well as a as a as a forex coach, as a trading coach. And the problem is I can get I can guarantee that my process will teach you how to be successful in the financial markets. I can guarantee that. Can I guarantee you're going to do the work? No, I can't. So I can't guarantee your results. I guarantee that the system you learn will protect your capital. Show you how to make money and show you how to have a skill for life. I can't guarantee you're going to use that knowledge that I've given you. So that's that's always a tricky one.

Speaker2:
Yeah, man. Another. I wasn't queued up with the bombs that way because it's so true that folks are looking for some kind of certainty. That's what they're looking for when they're asking for guarantees. And it really the unfortunate part about that kind of thinking is some of those will never make it because they're always looking for someone else to make it happen for them. And that's what that means when they're saying, can you guarantee it for me? But you can say, like, I can only guarantee it if you No. One follow my process. And number two, you do the work and there's a lot of it. You've got to really pull up the sleeves and get to work. If you do both, then I personally, I would say, yeah, I'll guarantee it then. But that second part is that is the intangible part that we can't guarantee, isn't it.

Speaker3:
Yeah, yeah, yeah. I can never guarantee your effort. I can guarantee my effort. Exactly. And I can guarantee that my processes yielded X number of successful traders. So the process works. It's down to you to now make it work.

Speaker2:
Yeah. And it's a good message for people to get. That's one of those direct between the eyes like you got to pony up and put in the effort in a time. And a lot of people think it's minimal, you know, it doesn't take much. It's going to be a cakewalk because they have something to follow that that Lewis put together. You know what? That's not the way life works. But if you keep at it over and over, day after day, week after week, and like Lewis is saying, you'll get better at it, but you just keep following his approach and keep putting in the effort, you're bound to find the success that both he and a lot of the students have. So it's yeah, it's like I don't know, it's it's difficult to tell people. I've never been through it what they're about to get to go through to become successful. It takes some serious, serious drive.

Speaker3:
But usually it's that thing of consistency. Keep doing the thing which needs to be done. And I mean, you can you can definitely be consistent on the wrong things. One one thing is that my mentor taught me is macro and micro. So are you doing the micro things consistently, which don't really make a big difference, but you feel like you're doing the right thing. But it's micro versus the macro things, which if you kept doing the macro things consistently, we'd make a massive difference for the business. And people do focus sometimes too much on the micro and not enough on the macro.

Speaker2:
So true, I mean, they're worried about the color of their logo from their website or their business card. Oh, my God, if I see another one of those, I don't even care. I haven't cried one for years. You don't need to anymore phones. But back before cell phones were so widely popular and used, just. Yeah. All right. So I want to find out, you know, one of my favorite parts of business, all of business, is because it's an art form and there's so many ways to do it. Is that thing called marketing? There are different businesses. There's there's brick and mortar businesses. There's online businesses there, service oriented. There's physical product. There's the list goes on and on. And so marketing for each of those can be very different to achieve success. And one of my favorite questions like that, I ask people like you, Lewis, and here's the thing. What is working today for you in marketing most likely wasn't the thing that would work 10 years ago. And it's highly likely that 10 years from now it may not be working anymore. Effectively. I don't know what ten years is just a number, but it's similar to like the real estate market always doing up and down. So what is the reason I frame it that way is I want to find out from you what right now, at this moment in marketing is working best for you and your business.

Speaker3:
So I do a number of different. Excuse me. Sorry, frog me my throat too early in the morning. So I do a number of different marketing strategies. I would say the one that's probably working for me best at the moment is partnerships. So I'm on a low level partnership that would be being on a podcast or something like that. So it's a low level partnership. We kind of merge our pools in terms of people that we have as an audience. I love doing that. The kind of another level in terms of partnerships is where we actually do an event together this past eight months that's been online events, which I don't enjoy as much as in-person events. I love the energy from the crowd, seeing people, looking them in the eyes, the whites of their eyes, getting a feel for them, being around at the end to the question and answer that type of thing in that more intimate way, because people always come up to me at the end of live events and ask us really personal. One of my questions, and you have a really great conversation, you get to actually connect with people in a different way, which I love. So you have those partnerships where we do online events. I mean, I've done them with people who've been on Shark Tank in South Africa. I'm looking at and partnering with a guy who's who's a very, very successful business buying entrepreneur who's based out of Dubai.

Speaker3:
I say based out Dubai lives all over the world, a different house. So I love doing that. And I'm always open to partnering small, large. I mean, I did a partnership with a school in South Africa, just a small one. They wanted me to do a video. It's not a sales thing. It's not a marketing thing, really. But I get to engage and share some of what I know and how I how I live and operate with the next generation. So that was fun as well. So the partnering has been has been the best way so far. A lot of my marketing is really what I, I focus a lot of my effort and attention into giving my students the best possible experience of coaching and mentoring and also just the course as well. So I've had a lot of word of mouth referral over the past 18 months or so and maybe it helps. I give them a referral fee if somebody if somebody does become part of my business, because in my opinion and it's very generous compensation scheme, because my opinion is if this individual helped me build my business by bringing somebody in, they should share in some of the fruit, some of the profit from it. So I'm very happy to do that as well. So those have been the two main main ways that my business has grown over the past 18 months.

Speaker2:
And what it comes down to and this is for everyone listening, because I was I was very much against doing what you're talking about, which I encapsulate into one word, and that's relationships, building one on one relationships. I'm an automation freak. So I was a.. One on one relationships. I was all about blast the messages out to thousands to do the work of many in one shot. But there's no connection being made there. And it took me until, gosh, it's been about seven years ago, I finally realized, wow, there's a lot to this whole relationship thing. And one on one is so vitally important. And the interesting thing I also found out is it can end up being. Even more lucrative than doing the mass touching with one stroke of a key or a mouse using email blasts and things like that to get to the masses and everything you said attending seminars and boot camps and being there one on one, establishing partnerships with people so you can be there with I mean, you're such a people oriented guy. That's why, in my humble opinion, you are so successful, because you did it right from an early age. I mean, you talking about your early 20s. That's what I thought you are now.

Speaker3:
And I'm older than I look, especially with this lighting. That's why I chose it.

Speaker2:
I don't think it's lighting, brother. You just you're living the life the way it was intended to be lived with less stress. And a lot of people go through stressful people and cars, those gray hairs to poke through like some right there. But I'm wearing them like a trophy. My goodness. Time just slips away. So, look, I was telling her to write notes during the show. I'm running the show. I'm changing scenes, I'm doing the bombs and stuff and I myself and taking the notes. I got a full page here. I don't have any room left. And I just I can't I'm glad that you've agreed to go for a two hour show instead of one, so we only have an hour to go. I'm totally kidding. He to get some sleep after this one. Marketing through partnerships, relationships, word of mouth and events, so fantastic and I wanted to find out, so we talked a little bit before we started. So to be clear to everyone what the form of trading that Louis is successful at is not day trading, where you're up all hours of the day doing it and watching and learning. It's called swing trading. That only takes 30 minutes a day. And so I want to ask you, so you could tell the folks, Lewis, what is your your ideal client? What are the kind of people you're looking to help and why what why this kind of trading to help them?

Speaker3:
So my main focus in terms of clients, I mean, I'll teach anybody that wants to learn to trade, but my my focus would be people who are entrepreneurial in nature. They have a passion that they they kind of have it that maybe have set their business up around. But they want to also have a additional stream of income. They want to make their money work harder for them. They want to invest their money, but they don't have a lot of time to do that. So what I teach them to do is to create a safe, a sustainable and ongoing, fairly stable income stream through through trading, forex and financial markets in a consistent, safe, controlled and measured way. And that's that's where I focus. So men and women between the age of twenty five to probably forty five is is the is the goal. But I'm a big believer that there's no age limit on learning. So anybody that wants to learn I'm more than happy to, to engage with. Yeah. And they can be anywhere in the world. I mean I've got students in Canada, America, Australia and China all over the place. So it is an international skill which gives you that low time commitment. Yes, you need to learn what you're doing, but no time commitment and means that you can trade anywhere, any time on your own terms. And all you need is a laptop or a computer and an Internet connection, which is what attracted me to it in the first place.

Speaker2:
Can you do it on a phone

Speaker3:
You can buy? I don't recommend it because phones are too small, even the large ones are too small to do any decent analysis. So you can I just don't recommend it. Have I done it myself in the past? Yes, but. Better to do it on a laptop because you've got more functionality in terms of the analysis tools which are going to be using.

Speaker2:
So I invested in many, many moons ago using technical analysis. I kind of understand what you're talking about with the charts and you're looking for certain patterns and all that stuff. And I love the fact that it's just based on the data, not on all the news and stuff you're talking about, because, oh, my God, you're nuts. You would have to be an old timer to do that.

Speaker3:
You would. You want to.

Speaker2:
Or an old timer. Yeah. Yeah. And that's the thing. You can just look at historical data and know from what happened in the past after that certain point to what the odds were, it's going to happen again. You can now make an informed decision and hope that it works out. So so you've nailed it down. You figured it out. You know how to make or to help people become successful at trading 30 minutes a day. And I want to repeat that on purpose, because for those of you that are watching this either live or recorded or you're listening on a podcast. His name is Louis Crumpton. We're going to give you all of his contact info. And in fact, he has some wonderful gifts to give away as well. And so first, I want to bring up your website, Lewis, and I think that's where folks can get a taste of it was your E book, I believe. Let me make sure I've got it right on the screen. There it is. And if you wouldn't mind, just give people a little description of what it is, what they'll get from it and how it will help them. Here we go.

Speaker3:
Yes, the e-book is going to teach you a lot of what I know about trading. So it's going to show you how I became successful, what I did, the journey I went through. And it's going to teach you what you need to know to stay safe, if you're going to if you're going to start investing in the markets. There's three key elements in particular when it comes to protecting your money whilst investing. And that book is going to cover those elements for you, as well as showing you the wider context of how it is you can become a successful trader as well and the components you need to have in place if you want to be a successful trader trading for. Yes, just 30 minutes a day once you know what it is that you're doing. So I highly recommend it. That's got some great stories in there and it's got my journey in there is going to give you and it's as as it go is quite large. So there's a there's a load of information packed in there. It's not just a hey, you should try trading. There's a loaded detail packed into that load of value packed into that is going to tell you what you need to know. If you're even just marginally interested in trading, it's going to show you if actually trading is for you or not.

Speaker2:
Presses, stop. Give me the book, I just want it, so I'm going to keep it up on screen so I can grab that myself, because this is fairly new territory for me personally. And then and then also. So we have a couple of gifts to give away. One is, of course, the vacation giveaway vacations day, and we're going to do that very shortly. And then we also have one from this fine young man, Lewis Crompton, as well. And so to do that, we'll do that in just a moment. But first. There is this one question I'd like to ask Lewis of all guests to about on the show, and I hope you didn't cheat and and listen to too closely to the previous shows. I know you've listened to some of them, and I'm just saying that with fun about cheating. But this last question, it's just been profound, the answers that I've been getting from entrepreneurs. And when I first started asking this question, I didn't do it every show, but it came across as a question of how you got to choose the questions that were asked of you tonight or this morning for you. And then I started going, my gosh, this is a this is a profound and powerful question because of the responses I'm getting are just unbelievable.

Speaker2:
And so what I like to do is ask that, and that's what we'll close the show out with. So just wanted to kind of grease the skids there and let you know that's coming. Because right before we do that, I did promise everyone that they were going to have a way to win a five night stay at a five star luxury resort, compliments of the big insider secrets. And so I think Lewis will agree that at this very moment, just for a little bit, you can now take your gaze away from the screen unless you're already on your phone and bring up your phone and pull up your email or your Web address. You can do this on your laptop or desktop as well. And all you have to do is go to this URL that you see on the screen if you're watching. And again, this is for my viewers, only this just go to this URL, this website. It's our whippy that I am for vacation, our WIP that stands for Reach Your Peak, my company, our IP that I am for vacation. All you have to do is enter your information in the form and you will be entered.

Speaker2:
It's that simple. And we will pick a random winner each and every as we do each and every show. And we'll announce it to you directly through your email address. And we'll also announce that on Facebook, with your permission, only that we don't do that unless you give us your permission. And so I hope you win. I hope you're the winner. All of you. Every one of you, but only one of you get to win this fight. So just keep coming back to show if you don't win this time, it's easy. Once a week, that's it. And you get to meet incredible people like Louis Crompton, who I think is a vampire. He's awake and two thirty in the morning or so where he's at. I don't know how he does it. That's probably what turned his hero white and gray from his picture. I'm just totally getting their minds gone. So who am I to say? All right. So Lewis also has an amazing gift for everyone. So I think you know what that is, Mr Crompton's. So I'm going to do is turn it over to you and let folks know how they can get your amazing gift as well.

Speaker3:
Yes. So this is what I call the Star Trading Foundation's course. So it's it's not the full training. It's a taster. It's a version of. But some of the key information. Again, my whole ethos behind what I do is I want to make everybody who wants to invest in the financial markets be able to do that in the safest possible way. So not only will this course give you a taste of how I trade, what I trade and why I trade, it's also going to give you the key bits of information you need to make sure that you are staying safe in the financial markets, how we calculate our risk, how we protect our risk, how we make the most reward from our trades as well. So there's a lot of stuff included in that in that taste, in that foundation course. Normally I would charge ninety five pounds. I'm not entirely sure what the conversion rate is for that, depending on what country you're listening from, but I'm giving it to you for free. So that's going to be available for the next two weeks for free. Now, if you're watching this on the podcast, which comes out after two weeks from this being done, then don't worry. If you drop me a message, you can find me on Instagram. My contact details will probably be in the show notes. I'm sure my Instagram is just at Lewis. Underscore Crumpton. You'll find me there then if you contact me because you've listened to us on the podcast and you will access that. But it's no longer live on the on the website. It will be there for just two weeks and drop me a message. Let me know and I will give you access if you tell me you listened to the mind body business show. So there you go. That's that's there for all of you.

Speaker2:
That is an absolutely amazing gift. And I love how you did that, where it's not just two weeks and then it's gone forever. And those are listening to the podcast right now, which is well, after the live show has come on on video, then you are given a way to do it as well. And I have to do is reach out to them. And you see his name. Well, if you're listening, you don't see his name. It's at Louis. That's Ledwith underscore crompton c r o m p t o n. Just want to make sure you've got that. And I'm also going to put Tropica. Links in the chat area for those of you that are either watching on Facebook or YouTube or LinkedIn, all those that accept comments, I'll drop those in as well. So I'll give you both links, both for the ebook and for this free. I like I call it a taster. That's kind of cool. I've not heard that before. I'm going to give you a taste of what you're going to get in the big picture. So let me get a few things put in order here and then I'm going to put this in the comments for all to just easily click the link. And what I'll also do real quick, I'll put it up on the screen because.

Speaker2:
It's good for people to see where they're going, so the e-book is located at this Web address and I'm going to say it audibly as well because of those just listening in on podcasts podcast. It is star trading now, dot com forward slash, forex dash or hyphen. And this the rest is all together, no spaces. And there are no spaces in any of this. So it's Forex Dash E-book four seven one zero zero eight six nine. So start trading now dotcom for Forex Dash E-book, four seven one zero zero eight six nine. And if you're listening to the podcast while driving, I hope you pulled over to write that down. And if not, you rewind it back to do the same. But please be safe. And then for the taster, if you will, of his start training courses. So go to start trading Scott teachable dotcom for P as in Paul. And that's a lowercase everything's lower case here. Forward slash start. Oh I did it again. Are trading hyphen or dash foundations plural. So one more time start trading dot teachable dotcom for p forgan start goche start trading Dasch Foundation start trading, start trading there start trading.

Speaker3:
That is a tricky play on words that does trip people up because I want you to start trading.

Speaker2:
Yeah, I missed that one time in the very beginning and it's stuck. It's the human mind is a beautiful thing. It's a wonderful thing and it's a confusing thing, especially this one mind. There's a great lyric. I challenge anyone to answer where this came from, but I love it. It's just the noise inside my head bother you.

Speaker3:
Ok, I don't know where that's from, but, yeah,

Speaker2:
You could find it easy with a Google search and it might shock you which band it comes from. They've been around a long time. That's one hint. They're not from the UK. Another hint, because most bands seem to be there's nothing wrong with that. Just narrows it down a little bit. All right. So it's time for that that question we've actually extended over time a little bit. But good thing I'm not paying for the studio time as well as the beautiful thing about having your own show and being in control of everything. Not that I'm a control freak or anything like that, but. We have that wondrous, wonderful final question for you, Lewis. The great news about this question is there's no such thing as a wrong answer. The only the only correct answer is yours. And so it's very unique to you. And if it takes you a moment to come up with the answer, it's unique to you. It doesn't matter if it takes you an instant. Great. It's unique to you. It doesn't matter. Again, we're not paying for the airtime. The film doesn't cost us any money. So whatever it takes for you to come up with your answer is just right for you. Does that sound cool?

Speaker3:
Sounds good.

Speaker2:
All right. Let me get things cued up here, doing things a little differently tonight, so. I'm going to make sure we do this right, because this is a big moment, Lewis, not to build it up too much, but it's a big moment. All right. Are you ready?

Speaker3:
I'm ready.

Speaker2:
Of course you're ready. Are Lewis. All right. Here we go. Lewis Crompton. How do you. Define. Success.

Speaker3:
Brilliant, brilliant question, because this is something I ask my students all the time, they have to define their success, but for me to answer it, I. I define my success. As how many people I've managed to help, that's how that's how I define my success and by my help, I suppose I should define that as well. What I mean is, have I had a positive impact on their existence on this planet? Have I left them better for having met me? And if I can say on a daily basis that the people I encounter today have been battered in some capacity or had just even a nice word said for me or a smile at the right time, then that is success. I'm I'm although I'm an entrepreneur, I'm not particularly money motivated. I'm definitely people orientated and wanting to change the world one person at a time. So that's how I measure my success is have I left people today in a better state than when I found them or when I engaged with them? And that, for me, means I can have a success on a daily basis. And that's what I love to do.

Speaker2:
You know what's coming, don't you?

Speaker3:
Yes, another one, fantastic.

Speaker2:
Oh, my goodness. Lewis Crompton, it has been an absolute pleasure speaking with you. Going to bring everything back on camera. It's been just such a thrill. I've learned so much, to be honest. I'm not a big forex trader. To me, the first time I heard that before you came on, I thought we were talking day trading where it's like maniacal and you're going at it all day long and it's early. I've heard of others getting up at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning because that's when the markets open on their time. And I just thought, oh, poor guy. And then he came on and said, 30 minutes. What? That's amazing. That is very attractive to many people, I'm sure. And, you know, it's 30 minutes a day to do the trading. I'm sure there's training involved. So I said trading. I'm sure there's training involved to get to that point. And so you say it takes a certain amount of time to train to get to where you should start trading. When can someone realistically begin trading with real money once they start learning from you and your course?

Speaker3:
Yeah. So as I said, my kind of target, ideal client is is someone who's quite busy. So even the training is broken down into chunks, which you can do in less than 30 minutes a day as well. So technically, it's a 12 week course by the end of that 12 week course. I mean, he go through it quicker. If you want to go through it longer, you can take it at your own pace and you have lifetime access to the course as well. So it never disappears. So you can always go back to it as a reference library. But by the end of that 12 weeks, you should know exactly what you need to do to be successful and you should be able to start implementing that strategy. Well, multiple strategies. I teach you multiple strategies across the training, but we tend to pick one master at trade, pick the next one master trader. So you'll be trading at least one strategy and starting to trade at the end of that three months. So it's very quick turnaround, really. But I always say give yourself about a six month buffer just to build your confidence, build your your awareness as to what you're doing, knowing you're pressing the right buttons here and there. And again, that's why I say don't start with more than about one thousand dollars or one thousand pounds kind of maximum to begin with in your trading account, because you want to if you're going to make mistakes in the early days, do on a smaller amount of money rather than a large sum of money. So it's a lot less painful. We're building up your mental resilience, resiliency, your emotional resilience to the whole process of trading as well.

Speaker2:
Yeah, that's that's great advice I've heard I liken it to people who don't do it, but people who gamble, I have a problem with people gamble, no judgment. But like, if you're going to go to Las Vegas and gamble, one of the greatest rules is don't take more any more money than you can afford to lose. Yeah, yeah. The thing with that is that the probability of you losing your money in Vegas, I would estimate, is far greater than if you were to follow what Lewis is telling you to do. In fact, it'll probably be the other way around. I mean, have you seen even people who aren't really that good yet, still earn a little bit or at least break even?

Speaker3:
Of course, yeah. Yeah, of course. And one of the one of the things I primarily focus on in the training and it will come across in the book, will come across in the foundation's course, which I've given you guys as a gift as well, is that it's all about risk management. So one of the primary things within that risk management is we protect ourselves. And on trade and investment we make we're only risking about one percent maximum two percent of our overall account balance. So your highly protected is low leverage, but you can still make phenomenal returns if you follow the way that I teach you that.

Speaker2:
I mean, the more I don't talk to people this long, normally, Lewis, I'm not kidding. We're going 15 minutes over already. This is great stuff. And so you talk about your course of work. Is there a different. This is a taste, of course, you've talked about. How do people access the full blown course? Where do they go to get that?

Speaker3:
So you will you'll be shown that through the through the taste. Of course. Again, if you are on Instagram or you've got my email address, I can send you all the information for that on my Instagram. There's a link in my bio which will take you straight through to information about the course as well.

Speaker2:
Perfect. Thank you, Lewis. You are an amazing young man and thank you very much. Like you're like the UK version of Dick Clark. You just don't.

Speaker3:
That's what I'm going for. That's what I'm going for.

Speaker2:
It's a good go, brother. Good go. All right. Well, man, I've had an absolute blast. I'm not kidding. And if you don't mind, hang on just a little few minutes right after this is over, I want to have a chat with you very short and let you go to sleep. But thank you, Lewis. I appreciate you for coming on. A lot of people are going to get a lot of wisdom from this. They're going to get value. They found somebody they know will help them. He's got he's got your best interests in mind. He's a heart centered guy. He loves helping people. Who doesn't love this guy? I mean, look at him, he's such a lovable look at that smile. I mean, come on, it's like he want to reach out and hug him. He's like he's like, you want to be my son. I just want to give him a big old bear hug. Appreciate you, Lewis, for what you're doing, how you're sharing it, how you're impacting people's lives worldwide. Love what you're doing. Keep doing more of what you're doing. I hope you become infinitely wealthy so you can scale your business even greater because I know what people like you when that happens, you'll just help more people. So I want nothing but blessings and showers of wealth coming upon you and appreciating my brother. Any last closing words you have for our final audience out there?

Speaker3:
So, yeah, why not? So I'm not one to not talk. So I said this in a video did for the South African students and I said, if you want to change the world, go for it, take every opportunity, do what you need to do, live big, dream big. And if you don't want to change the world, that's OK, too. But make your life the best it is and the best that it can be.

Speaker2:
Love it. Amazing. Great way to close it. Couldn't have done it better. On behalf of the amazing Lewis Crompton, I'm your host Brian Kelly of the Mind Body Business Show. We'll be back again very, very soon. For our next addition, go to the mind body business show dotcom, the mind body business, show dotcom and scroll to the bottom register. You'll get an automatic notification of when we go live the next time. It's usually every Thursday, same time, five, 30 Pacific. We hope to see you next time and engage with us, interact, say hi, ask questions. Until then, it's time to sign off. We've gone way too long and I've kept Lewis up way too long and poor guys probably just can't shut up already. Let's be done. All right. That is it. Thanks again, Lewis. We'll see you all again very, very soon. So long and be blessed for now. Bye bye, everybody.

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Lewis Crompton

Lewis is a forex trader, educator, coach and business owner. He is passionate about empowering others in their personal finances and private lives. His personal style of entrepreneurship is to make money work hard for you, rather than you working hard for money.


Lewis started his entrepreneurial journey running a small food van at music festivals. This gave him the bug to build businesses and create a life of his own design. He now runs his property portfolio in the North East of England, trades the financial markets and is establishing new businesses from his laptop.


Often nick-named "the travelling investor", Lewis has travelled the globe for the past four years teaching people to invest in both property and stocks. He has also been asked to speak at events, to small and large businesses with his message of personal value, motivation and efficiency to crowds of up to 14,000 people.


Lewis’ passion for helping, supporting and developing others to understand their mental and emotional well-being has seen him operate as a powerfully effective coach to individuals at all levels.

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