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Pat Flynn Quotes

Pat Flynn SPI Sayings

Pat Flynn quotes: some sound advice from the Smart Passive Income blogger and podcaster, Pat Flynn.

“Building a successful business is no longer about B2B or B2C.  It’s about P2P, those people-to-people relationships.”

“Your earnings are a byproduct of how well you serve your audience, and you can only best serve your audience when you know exactly who they are, what they’re going through, and what will get them to take action.”

“As Seth Godin says, ‘Anxiety is nothing but repeatedly re-experiencing failure in advance.'”

“A need is what you believe your customers require to solve a problem, and the product or business becomes the mechanism to fulfill that requirement.”

“I’m writing a first draft and reminding myself that I’m simply shoveling sand into a box so that later I can build castles.”

“The riches are in the niches, but the fortune is in the follow-up.”

“Good ideas are common, but those who are willing to take action and execute those ideas are far more rare.”

“A surefire way to predict the future is to take no action at all.  When you do nothing, you get nothing.”

“All of this is vital to define now before you proceed, because what you learn about yourself is going to guide all of your future decisions.”

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”

“With each failure you move one step closer to success.  It’s when you give up that you truly fail.”

“John F. Kennedy once said, ‘There are risks and costs to action.  But they are far less than the long-range risks of comfortable inaction.'”

“Selling to people through social media is like going to a party, meeting somebody for the first time, and then saying, ‘Hey, do you want to buy this Tupperware?'”

“Be open to and welcoming of unforeseen events because those unplanned moments are often the seeds of spectacular opportunities in your life.”

“When I look back and carefully examine each of these failures, the fatal flaw always comes down to one of two things: making money was more important to me than serving people; or I rushed into it.”

“When you can learn the language of your audience, you can more easily make a connection with them, and ultimately they begin to trust you more.”

“To really know if this is going to work, you need more than just interest, you need a transaction.”

“You don’t have to go big in the world to experience success.  You just have to be big in somebody’s world.”

“Products and services we create as entrepreneurs are like elixirs – remedies or cures for certain ‘diseases’ that are plaguing our target market.  That analogy has stuck with me ever since.”

“Vision without action is a daydream.  Action without vision is a nightmare.”

“When you choose to live the life of an entrepreneur, you choose a path of freedom.  You choose to live life on your own terms and can shape it into whatever you want it to be.  In fact, everyone is capable of this freedom, but it is the entrepreneur who has mentally turned off autopilot and has taken control of his or her own future.”

“Share items that are relevant to the group and provide value in every post.  When you do this, you will get noticed and you will build trust with those who are there.”

“Remember your ‘why.’  You have a specific reason for doing what you do.”

“What do you need to bring to the lot in order to give oxygen and life back to your audience, which may be tired of the same old stuff or looking for that missing puzzle piece?”

Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, is another person that comes to mind who has a very clear unfair advantage over others, a superpower that he was brought up with that he’s incorporated into everything that he does.  He has an unmatched ability to hustle like there’s no tomorrow, and out-hustle everyone that stands in his way.  Seriously, the guy works harder than anyone I know, and he loves every minute of it.”

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