|01:06||Imagine you just had the absolute best day of your life. Where are you going to eat, and what are you eating in order to make your day complete?|
|02:52||Tell me about a time where you felt lost/blind in business. How did you overcome it?|
|04:57||What is it like for you being in a foreign country, and how has the aspect of a work/life balance helped you and shown clarity in your business and life?|
|06:15||What are some things that have helped you to become up to speed while traveling around the world?|
|07:57||What would you say is your perfect rhythm?|
|10:23||What were some of the ways you were able to achieve your first 100 customers? Also, how would you recommend other people to do so?|
|12:25||What does quality look like to you, and how were you able to cultivate these relationships to turn them into high quality people?|
|14:08||Are you using any type of format that you could recommend to others on growing their relationships?|
|15:56||Have you found it difficult to ask for the sale? If you haven’t, what are some techniques that you use in order to get that sale?|
|18:24||What does family mean to you?|
|20:20||What is the one thing you’ve learned while traveling?|
|22:25||The Blind Entrepreneur was created for those individuals that may be temporarily blind in business. To those individuals, what are 3 pieces of advice that you could share with them?|
On Today’s Episode with Matt Kohn, You Will Learn:
- How you can live a nomad lifestyle and be successful doing it.
- Why travel is important.
- Marketing tips to help expand your business.
How Matt Kohn Recommends Getting the First 100 Customers
Well, the main thing is that everyone wants to just jump into business with an ad campaign and get rolling. However, it may take a while to optimize such a move. My approach that I took was that I started sharing and documenting; I wanted to build a community around what I was doing, as I understand how important having a community aspect is in such a saturated market that is focused more so on scaling, predictably and automation, as opposed to building genuine 1-on-1 relationships. If you start from the point of trying to get your first 1,000 true fans, it can become the base that you need in order to build something big and powerful. We may not have a huge audience, but it’s engaged and it’s a high quality audience.
Three Pieces of Advice From Matt Kohn
The first thing would be there needs to be a level of accountability and ownership that you need to take for your life – at a certain point, your mindset needs to shift. Also, you need to have the confidence to get through your blindness. There’s going to be a lot of difficulties, and you need to be cognizant in the fact that you will overcome. The way you do that is constantly pushing yourself and improving a little each day. The third thing I can say is to enjoy the process. You will reach your destination, but take the time to savor the journey, so that you can reflect on it.