Self Induced Blindness and How To Overcome with Steven Eugene Kuhn

Steven Kuhn is a decorated U.S. Military combat veteran who turns failing business into success across Europe and the US. Steven has been handpicked to consult some of the most influential people in the world about how to expand their brand, build value and loyalty and develop strategies for increasing beneficial relationships. Throughout his career Steven has led international organizations, managed multi continent projects, and coached executive teams in non-traditional ways that led to significant success across the board.

September 13, 2018 32 mins Download (MP3)


01:25 Imagine you just had the best day of your life. Where are you going to eat, and what are you ordering in order to make your day complete?
03:38 Tell me about a time you felt lost or blind in business. What was it like, and how did you overcome it?
06:33 Do you feel like your military background and your experiences trained you to prepare for the psychological hardships that come with business, or is it just an internal intuition you’ve always had?
08:12 You have a process called HIT – Honesty, Integrity and Transparency. Could you speak a bit about your process, and what it means to you?
12:38 You’ve worked with top government officials: those in the EU, those in the USA, and so on. Have you noticed a similarity with their problems, and how can we apply their troubles to our businesses today?
14:47 You mentioned The Human Funnel – having to do with gaining clients, due to your honesty and transparency. What are some other ways that have allowed you to grow your business to where it is today?
17:38 What are your live videos about, where do you post them and how long do they tend to be?
19:22 How long have you been making videos for?
23:21 How long will you wait?
24:25 Is there any particular place you love getting your hair cut?
25:24 Is there any particular country you resonate with, and why?
27:44 What is life like now, since you now have a successful business, family, etc.?
29:21 The Blind Entrepreneur podcast 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?

How Steven Kuhn Was Able To Grow His Business

I don’t use any ads – Facebook, or otherwise. The way I’ve gained clients until now, was due to my large network; most of these people are used to meeting with me in person, citing it being valuable than online meetings. I’ve found that the opposite is also true – meeting online can be valuable, even more so. This is due to people actually listening intently for that hour or so that they have with me and getting tasks that they stick to, completing them by their own set deadlines. If it were in-person meetings, the conversation tends to deviate to those of our personal lives, and we tend to lose a bit of time talking about that. So, it’s more focused, and the impact has been absolutely amazing. Now, for online clients, I tend to give free value. I do a live video every night, which I then share to 5 groups. I then do a live video and share to a few closed groups with hundreds of thousands of people. In them, I give real, tangible, life-changing value that people can put in place to make a huge difference. By doing so, I’ve been able to gain clients rather easily. There have been cases where by listening to my videos, persons have been able to grow their business significantly; they would then express a strong interest in working with me. Basically, I live by this principle – Give good, and you’ll get good back.

Three Pieces of Advice From Steven Kuhn

Number one would be to pan out like a camera. What that means is that you should take a step back, expand your viewpoint and eliminate your tunnel vision. My second piece of advice? Whatever it is that you’re trying so hard to focus on, try letting it go for a while and see what happens. As for my final piece of advice – which is so simple, I’m amazed that so many people don’t do so – ask for help. Call a consultant, get a coach or mentor, etc. If you’re trying to get somewhere, and you know someone who’s already there, ask them!