Welcome to the Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Mr Guy Vincent
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Todays guest, joining us on the Join Up Dots podcast interview, has an amazing tale, and one that I have read more than once, as it has the classic stumbles and falls, successes and moments of inspiration that make this guy perfect for join up dots.
As a young man, Guy Vincent, was always on the look out for entrepreneurial ventures.
Starting with an e-book venture our guest ploughed into the online world with all the enthusiasm of someone who knew that they couldn’t fail.
Unfortunately their heart wasn’t telling them the full story, and after an initial success the business never truly got off the ground.
Was it the wrong time?
Was it that the promotion was wrong? Or was it just that nobody wanted e-books? Well, it was quite certainly wasn’t the last one, so where did Guy Vincent go wrong?
Without pausing for breath, he didn’t give himself a chance to dwell on it, he dusted himself down and took massive action.
Leaving his apartment, quitting a relationship, quitting a job, and selling everything he owned, he bought an airline ticket to Asia and started his new life: He was 23, scared to death, but knew there was a dream he needed to find.
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and onlyGuy Vincent.
During the show we discussed such weighty subjects such as:
How he knows that if a decision is a really scary one, then its really the only decision to take!
How his first e-book “Waking Up Early” was the first publication on that subject since Benjamin Franklin 200 years before!
How you have to provide value to the customer before you ever consider the profits you can make!
How its beautiful that a future with no “Back Up Plan” can actually be realized if you are willing to take action!
How he admits to getting lonely because he has a very few people outside the “Virtual World” that he can check decisions with!
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