How to Make Money and Gain New Clients with 19 y/o Entrepreneur Brennen Seaman

Growth Mindset University

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Brennen Seaman is 19 years old, he makes over $100k yearly, he was hanging with Tai Lopez at his home a few weeks ago, and he doesn’t go to school.

Some people just know how to make money, and Brennen is one of those people.

Talking points:
+ MONEY MONEY MONEY – How to make a ton of it!
+ Why you need money to be able to make your impact
+ How to get high ticket clients leveraging relationships
+ How to get high ticket clients leveraging LinkedIn
+ Why formal education doesn’t teach you much
+ Leveraging habits to change your life and crush the competition
+ The power of customer obsession
+ Experience trumps belief
+ Learning with YouTube

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I wish podcasts like this existed when I was in college.

Jim McKelvey Billionaire Co-Founder of Square

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  1. Don Paris

    Interesting podcast. But in my view college is an important ingredient to your life experiences not because it teaches you how to make money or be successful in business which it does not… provides fundamentals (if you really apply yourself) that will be useful when you go out into the business world. And if you want to learn something that will give you immediate monetary satisfaction then you have to take an undergraduate degree that is immediately useful. Like engineering or accounting or being a lawyer or doctor after at least eight years. That requires busting your butt. Not simply taking a few credits. That is not working hard. Spending almost 40 hrs/week in undergraduate, studying into morning hours and going to law school at night (with a 40 hr work week) plus having a child is busting your butt. Giving up immediate gratification to build a solid future is worthwhile. Taking general liberal arts courses in my opinion is most often not worth the investment. It’s too simple. Don’t knock getting a good job for 75-100K (but you need something that the company wants….it is not a liberal arts degree) with a good stable company…..moving up the ladder into management (with an MBA from a high level school) to 200-300K plus bonuses and stock options and retiring when you are about 60 with several million in the bank. And have a nice happy retirement. Corporate life is not for everyone…it works for many who are more conservative and do not want to take risks. For those who are willing to follow policy and follow orders. That takes a special person. And you have to bust your butt and taking the right curriculum that gives you the tools for success. Not everyone will be successful as an entreprenuer. Many will fail and struggle through life. Bill Gates did not graduate college….but he was a special person. Not everyone is a Bill Gates or Jeff Bezos. Working for ones self is not for everyone. That person must be prepared for failure. So plan your future carefully and diligently. Simply outworking others does not do it. The idea is to have others working for you and feed into your coffers. Or moving up the corporate ladder and having ta company pay for your special skills.

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About Growth Mindset University

Growth Mindset University is where tomorrow’s leaders learn the lessons they should have learned in school but didn’t so that they can succeed in the new age of business and life.

Join author and serial entrepreneur Jordan Paris as he shares inspiring stories and valuable lessons in marketing, business, health, psychology, communication, human behavior, and more by talking with the brightest business minds, world-class athletes, and other influential thought leaders like James Altucher, Dean Graziosi, Robert Greene, Dan Millman, Mark Manson, Grant Cardone, Ryan Serhant, and other luminaries.

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