I’ve just been on a leadership development teleseminar with Jay Kubassek, and during the call, he quoted the often-mentioned statement, attributed to Thomas Edison:
"Genius is 99% perspiration & 1% Inspiration".
Jay outlined the key difference between those who create sustainable success , and those who don’t. In other words, what is the missing 1% – the ‘X Factor’?
Jay has been working hard over the last 4 years to create an incredible community of entrepreneurs, which now includes members in over 190 countries around the globe. And it was only recently, he admits, that he really found that missing 1%, that intangible ingredient that lies behind his motivation to work so hard.
That missing 1%, the almost magic ingredient, is to be found only when you can answer the question to "What is your Why?, in other words, why do you do what you do…?
This goes deeper than cashflow, holidays or wealth, and is a fundamental question we each need to ask ourselves.
Watch me talk about this more, below:
Carbon Copy PRO was formed in 2007 by Jay Kubassek and Aaron Parkinson and has matured into a premier online educational system that has members in 195 countries and over 40+ languages.
CCP has empowered over ten thousand business owners since its original inception.
But what does CCPRO do, and why is it so unique?
In short, CCPRO combines the following in a single, integrated system:
- Cutting-edge training
- Live bi-annual events
- Leadership development
- On-going entoring
- Branding services
- In-house Wiki.
- A back-end virtual office
- A call center
- Affiliate scheme,
- Web-based tools
- In-house outsourcing
- Sales & marketing training
- Internet Law & legal services
- And much more…
…all for a very cost-effective monthly membership.
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I was recently struck by the fact that my mortality means there is no point in being afraid of what people think of me: what’s the point of being afraid of other people’s opinions when we have such a short time here on Earth.
It’s obviously a fine line between being totally yourself, and being insensitive to the foibles of others, but for many, fear holds them back from trying out new ideas, being prepared to take risks, or adapting quickly to new situations that present themselves.
The knock-on effect in business – and moreover in life itself – is profound, and although the above showmanship isn’t something I find difficult, I know that there are daily challenges I face where I have to make the decision to either be paralysed by fear, or instead have confidence, courage & be prepared to take action.
Interestingly, sometimes what stops me are just my own thoughts – as Jay Kubassek shares in another video on this site, we need to learn to ignore the little man sitting on our shoulder who would want to stop us from making progress.
If you’re struggling to have that kind of courage, email me at facebookdez at g mail dot com & let’s chat. Or you can connect with me on Facebook (where I do post my phone number).
On November 19 2009,I joined around 1500 people from all over the globe in the Paris Hotel, Las Vegas, to meet with other entrepreneurs and receive training from internet marketers at the top of the industry.
Jay Kubassek’s story is the original reason I was there – watch highlights of his stirring talk and call to action below.
To my left, Jay Kubassek, and on my right, Liz & Aaron Parkinson, at the Las Vegas MME event 2009. Liz had been on stage sharing along with another spouse (Michael Force‘s wife, Delilah) about her side of the business equation, being married to Aaron…it was pretty powerful, raw & honest stuff. Sometimes people forget that behind all the pezzazz and glamour of an event like this is a long history of struggle, pain, and unbelievable hard, sustained effort.
Most businesses fail for a small cluster of reasons – but two of them are lack of team and lack of vision. Jay, Liz, Aaron, and many of the original team they spearhead at the Vegas event have huge vision, fantastic team, and outstanding leadership.
I’ve been involved in entrepreneurial activity for long enough to know the real thing, and I bet both Jay and Aaron have shared many tears with one another as well as the smiles. These guys are outstanding in their vision, passion and commitment.