On this episode, Stacey is joined by 3 of her MVPs for a conversation on work ethic, NLP, and the process of self-discovery.
- You’ll never regret investing in yourself.
- Imagine the limitations that exist outside of your comfort zone.
- Specifics always win the day. Never assume people know who you are and what you do
Today’s Guest: David Meltzer
David Meltzer is the Co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing and formerly served as CEO of the renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency, which was the inspiration for the movie Jerry Maguire.
His life’s mission is to empower OVER 1 BILLION people to be happy! This simple yet powerful mission has led him on an incredible journey to provide one thing…VALUE. In all his content and communication that’s exactly what you’ll receive.
He is a three-time international best-selling author, a Top 100 Business Coach, the executive producer of Entrepreneur‘s #1 digital business show, Elevator Pitch, and host of the top entrepreneur podcast, The Playbook. His newest book, Game-Time Decision Making, was a #1 new release, David has been recognized by Variety Magazine as their Sports Humanitarian of the Year and awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
“Pain to me has never been a sure way to avoid an obstacle or stop sign. It was an indicator I had a lesson to learn.”- David Meltzer
(First ~2 mins)
Hi, this is David Meltzer, co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing, and if you really want to learn the six and seven figure science to success, and be happy, significantly increase your revenue, and learn how to successfully build professional relationships, you should be listening to Sell Without Selling podcast with my dear friend, Stacey O’Byrne.
Stacey: David, welcome to the show. How are you?
David: I’m amazing. This is my kind of show, so sell without selling is a motto of mine, as well as a belief system of mine, so I am excited to be here Stacey.
Stacey: Oh, and I am blessed and privileged you’re on the show. So I am really curious, what really started out your entrepreneurial journey?
David: Being poor. You know, I grew up with 6 kids and a single mom (5 boys and a girl), and my mom, family, siblings super academic, and for me to venture out in the entrepreneurial side. My father was entrepreneurial but he left when I was 5. I wanted to distinguish myself in one of two ways. One – being a professional athlete. And two – being rich. And since genetically I wasn’t born with all the equipment necessary, I think, or at least advantageous of being a professional athlete, but I learned I was born with the equipment that is advantageous to being an entrepreneur, with a mindset, a heart-set, the way I think, say, and do, and work ethic that really has been aligned with making a lot of money, helping a lot of people, and having a lot of fun in my life.
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