Master the Rule of 100

You know those pieces of advice that hit you like a lightning bolt?

That’s exactly what George felt when he came across a clip on reaching a hundred grand a month. Join him as he unpacks the essence of success, the pattern of consistency and focus. 

It’s not about doing things consistently but doing the right things consistently. 

After listening, you’ll have a clear understanding of the combination of the right actions with purposeful action can help propel you towards your goals. 

Tune in to learn…

  • Why clarity is key and how to understand your vision clearly. 
  • How to create consistency with purpose.
  • The power of protecting the needle-moving actions in your life and business. 

Your success lies in setting clear goals, committing to them, and protecting your consistency over time. Remember, entrepreneurship is a game that we get to control, and consistency is the key.


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What do we talk about in this episode?

00:45 – The Importance of Consistency and Focus
02:54 – Clarity and Overcommitment
04:20 – Setting Clear Goals and Committing to Consistent Action
07:03 – Protecting Progress and Practicing Consistency
08:56 – Finding Focus and Clarity

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