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I’m excited for you to dive into today’s episode because I sit down with Bobby Klinck. Harvard Law Grad turned online entrepreneur who has built a huge following by building connection and adding personality to grow his business.

He’s definitely NOT your typical lawyer – which obviously as a fellow recovering attorney, I love. He doesn’t do suits, he hates legalese as much as I do, and he gets the importance of creating your own playbook when it comes to being a successful entrepreneur.

He’s built a thriving online business by doing things a bit differently than other people… making the legal and business stuff simple with a focus on building real connections with real people instead of thinking of people as potential transactions.

Today we sit down and talk about the importance of giving in your business and not being scared to do things your own way. Throwing out the rulebook helped Bobby skyrocket his business success – and he shares how you can do that too by creating connections, not transactions. This is a super fun episode where we dive into topics such as creating your own x factor and how giving – even in such a large group hosted by Amy Porterfield -helped him really stand out. I promise you’ll love this episode – there are so many good takeaways for your own business.

 

In this episode:

  • The importance of walking a path that you truly enjoy. 10:00
  • Looking at potential customers as relationships, not transactions. 16:00
  • Giving without expectation in business. 19:45
  • Sticking to your own plan as opposed to someone else’s playbook. 29:00
  • The difference between selling and marketing. 31:00
  • Identifying that “x factor” as an entrepreneur. 34:00

 

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