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Build Your Network

Travis Chappell

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Build Your Network
Build Your Network

Build Your Network

Travis Chappell

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1.2K
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A podcast for entrepreneurs who want to grow their network, level up their connections, and shorten their runway to success

Latest Episodes

361: James Clear | How to Truly Change Your Identity

James Clear is the world-renowned author and speaker who focuses on habits, decision making, and continuous improvement. He's the author of the New York Times Best-Seller "Atomic Habits." He's been featured in numerous publications and his website receives millions of visitors each month. We discuss if entrepreneurs should or shouldn't suck at school, how to truly change your identity, and how long it actually takes to get a book deal. Episode Highlights: - James' background and journey through school and beyond. - Benefits of a smaller community. - Combating the need to perform. - The Entrepreneurship vs. School debate: a different perspective. - Concentric Circles: the best way to change the world. - The importance of developing habits of reflection and review. - 2 ways for developing habits. - What it took to finally get a book deal, after writing 2 articles a week. - The "Incubation period": what it takes to develop habits for the long haul. - "Lagging Measures": how to not get restless when developing habits. - Signals of progress: balancing expectations with results. - Why every person should have a period of reflection and review. - The "common denominator" habits for high-level performers. - Who you know or what you know? Historically, who you know. As time goes on, what you know. - The Random Round: a quick-hit question and answer session. 3 Key Points: 1. Role modeling behavior is the key to sharing how and why things should change. 2. You have to be able to put ideas into practice to understand what the struggle is really like to implement into daily life. 3. Focus your time on higher level "identity-based" tasks that help you develop into the type of person you want to become. Tweetable Quotes: - “Where you're at in life is where you're living, so might as well make the most of every situation you have.” - James Clear - “We all need a continual sense of reflection, review, and self-reflection.” - James Clear - “It's not the last sentence that writes the book, it's all the ones that come before.” - James Clear - "Your results are a lagging measure of your habits." - James Clear - "Once you start to assign an identity to yourself...you're not pursuing behavior change anymore, you're acting in alignment with the type of person you already see yourself to be." - James Clear Resources Mentioned: - “Atomic Habits” by James Clear - James Clear Website - Visit Travis’ website at Buildyournetwork.co - Join the Build Your Network Facebook group BYN.media/fb - Join the Build Your Network University Facebook group here byn.university. - If you want to amplify your network through podcasting apply at travischappell.com/coaching - Get the most smartly-designed and comfortable clothing at Mac Wheldon. Enter promo code: Travis at check out. - Download the Himalaya App in the App Store or Google Play - Leave a rating and review for the Build Your Network Podcast on iTunes - Watch Travis’ free masterclass on how to build the network of your dreams at threenetworkingsecrets.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

48 MIN16 h ago
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361: James Clear | How to Truly Change Your Identity

360: Freestyle Friday | How to Skip Levels in Life

In this episode of Freestyle Friday, your host Travis Chappell shares how you can skip levels in life. Episode Highlights: - Learn the #1 way to skip levels in life. - Travis shares how you can begin the process of learning how to launch, grow, and monetize your podcast. - Discover the importance of connecting with higher level people. Key Points: 1. Connect with people who are operating on a different level than you. 2. You don't have to play small. Tweetable Quotes: - “You'll always fall to the level of the people you hang out with." –Travis Chappell - "If you are the most successful person in your friend group, you should probably get around other people." – Travis Chappell Resources Mentioned: - Learn how to network at events at www.travischappell.com/yes - Visit Travis’ website at Buildyournetwork.co - Join the Build Your Network Facebook group BYN.media/fb - Join the Build Your Network University Facebook group here byn.university - Leave a rating and review for the Build Your Network Podcast on iTunes - Watch Travis’ free masterclass on how to build the network of your dreams at threenetworkingsecrets.com - Download the Himalaya App in the App Store or Google Play For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

12 MIN2 d ago
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360: Freestyle Friday | How to Skip Levels in Life

359: Topic | Keys to Podcasting Success

Jeff Brown, award-nominated podcaster, consultant and speaker; Jordan Harbinger, Wall Street Lawyer turned talk show host, social dynamics expert, and entrepreneur; and Brandon Turner,active real estate investor and co-host of the Bigger Pockets Podcast share with your host, Travis Chappell, how to run a successful podcast. Episode Highlights: - Jeff Brown - Why Jeff believes in developing relationships for their own sake - The value of being a proponent of other people’s work and being intentional, consistent and altruistic in your promotion of it - Jordan Harbinger - Did another show called The Art of Charm for 11 years. - Most of the team came with him when he moved to the Jordan Harbinger show. - If he’d stayed with the old brand he would have been lazily plodding along. - Watched around 300 Larry King interviews to see what he did and did not like - 900-1500 edits in the show to cut out any flubs, tangents, unnecessary promotions, jokes that don’t land, etc. - A minute of a ...

38 MIN4 d ago
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359: Topic | Keys to Podcasting Success

358: Max Lugavere | Becoming a NY Times Best Selling Author with No Previous Following

Max Lugavere is a filmmaker, health & science journalist, and NY Times bestselling author of Genius Foods. He appears regularly on TV shows like Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, and the Today Show. In this episode of Build Your Network, you will find out how Max started from nothing and became a bestselling author, and how he ended up in the health and wellness space. Episode Highlights: - Max was born and raised in Manhattan, and was fortunate enough to be exposed to quite a few different things so he was able to find his passion. - Both of Max’s parents grew up rather poor as the children of Jewish immigrants, who started a successful business in the Garment District, so those entrepreneurial characteristics were instilled in him from a young age. - He started college as a pre-med student but ended up double majoring in film and psychology. - He was highly intelligent and always curious, but struggled with executive function and the skills necessary to be a highly successful student. - Max f...

46 MIN1 w ago
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358: Max Lugavere | Becoming a NY Times Best Selling Author with No Previous Following

357: Freestyle Friday | How to Become an Influencer

In this episode of Freestyle Friday, your host Travis Chappell shares his tips for how to become an influencer. Episode Highlights: - Freestyle Friday episodes will be available as videos in the future! - If you have to call yourself an influencer, you probably aren’t one. - The only way to gain influence with people is to add value. - Earning authority is part of it, but it’s not the only thing. - Your influence will only rise as far as the value you give back. - Use personal development to make yourself a more valuable person to others. Key Points: 1. Offering value is more important than having authority alone. 2. To add more value to others, add more value to yourself. Tweetable Quotes: - “If somebody does not add real value, they cannot last in the space for very long.” –Travis Chappell Resources Mentioned: - Get your tickets for Travis new live event in Vegas at www.bynlive.com - Shop easy, with smartly designed men’s clothes by Mack Weldon at www.mackweldon.com and use ...

14 MIN1 w ago
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357: Freestyle Friday | How to Become an Influencer

356: Topic | When to Quit Your Job with Mark Asquith, Amy Porterfield, Rylee Meek

Mark Asquith, founder of Rebel Base Media; Amy Porterfield, online marketing expert and online course creator; and Rylee Meek, CEO of The Social Dynamic Selling System, motivational speaker, and mentor, share with your host, Travis Chappell, their thoughts on when it’s time to quit your job to pursue your passion full-time. Episode Highlights: - Mark Asquith - Mark left the corporate world after spending some time working for his dad who was a self-employed electrician, and that taught him freedom and flexibility. - The problem for him was never the money but was that he was always under someone else’s control. - Mark began to develop this point of view when he was young and tried to purchase a hot dog, only to discover he didn’t have enough money, and realized it wasn’t in his control whether he had the money and someone else got to decide what he could or couldn’t have because of it. - Amy Porterfield - Amy took the corporate route from day one out of college and never consid...

40 MIN1 w ago
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356: Topic | When to Quit Your Job with Mark Asquith, Amy Porterfield, Rylee Meek

355: Craig Ballantyne | How to Create YOUR Perfect Week

Craig Ballantyne is the author of the Perfect Day Formula and the new book Unstoppable. He is the founder of multiple 7-figure businesses in fitness and coaching. In this episode of Build Your Network, you will find out how Craig shifted from the fitness space to personal development and how to find your perfect mentor. Episode Highlights: - Craig began as a strength coach for hockey in Canada, where he grew up. - He knew that to accomplish this goal, he had to get a strength and conditioning certification and a Master's degree. - Craig believes the most important factor to his success was his clarity on what he wanted. - On the StrengthsFinder test, Craig got Visionary, Futuristic Thinking, Strategy, Implementation and Learning, and he always thought everyone was like that. - If you experience imposter syndrome, you discount and undervalue things that you are naturally good at and believe everyone is good at it. - Craig sent his email newsletter to the editor of Men’s Health and t...

51 MIN2 w ago
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355: Craig Ballantyne | How to Create YOUR Perfect Week

354: Topic | The Value of Masterminds with Chris Harder, Dave Ruel, Nicholas Bayerle

Chris Harder, founder of For The Love of Money; Dave Ruel, effic.co; and Nicholas Bayerle, The Billion Dollar Body, share with your host, Travis Chappell, their thoughts on . Episode Highlights: - Chris Harder - He believes 20 people is the perfect mastermind size because it allows for diversity of opinion but also the closeness and commitment of family. - Both Chris and Travis have started their own masterminds because of how much they believe in them. - Dave Ruel - What you know and who you know are both important but they have to exist within the right context for you for there to be synergy between them. - Dave thinks the most annoying thing for a person to do while networking is to try to extract as much information as possible from a person in one meeting as if you’ll never see each other again instead of playing the long game. - Get into conversations that have nothing to do with business to build actual relationships with people. - For introverts, Dave suggests being strategic with who you meet and the number of people you meet because each interaction will take a lot of effort. - The caliber of people at a mastermind will help you be strategic about who you connect with, especially if you’re introverted. - Nicholas Bayerle - Paying mentors and putting your money where your mouth is gets you value. - Mentors can keep you on track as you take big swings and make polarizing, challenging decisions. - Create a step by step game plan to utilize the power of groups and community. - In Travis’s experience, something like door to door sales is highly secretive, and people think they can’t share their expertise because it’s akin to giving away your secrets, but if you share information in something like a mastermind, everyone benefits. 3 Key Points: 1. When you find the right mastermind fit for you, it will uplevel your network and business. 2. You won’t click or have chemistry with every person you meet, and that’s okay. 3. Finding community is everything. Tweetable Quotes: - “Last year’s mastermind, we made our money back in the first half of the first day of the year, directly from one idea that came from that mastermind.” –Chris Harder - “When you’re too strategic about relationships, you’re not going to win at relationships. It needs to be organic.” –Dave Ruel - “If people don’t hate you, then there’s definitely no one that extremely loves you either. There has to be a polarizing message in everything you do.” –Nicholas Bayerle Resources Mentioned: - Chris Harder: Podcast, Twitter, Instagram - Dave Ruel: Website, Effic - Nicholas Bayerle: Billion Dollar Body, Website, Twitter, Instagram - Get podcast coaching from Travis at www.travischappell.com/apply. - Shop easy, with smartly designed men’s clothes by Mack Weldon at www.mackweldon.com and use promo code “travis” at checkout for 20% off. - Learn how to network at events at www.travischappell.com/yes - Visit Travis’ website at Buildyournetwork.co - Join the Build Your Network Facebook group BYN.media/fb - Join the Build Your Network University Facebook group here byn.university - Leave a rating and review for the Build Your Network Podcast on iTunes - Watch Travis’ free masterclass on how to build the network of your dreams at threenetworkingsecrets.com - Download the Himalaya App in the App Store or Google Play For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

24 MIN2 w ago
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354: Topic | The Value of Masterminds with Chris Harder, Dave Ruel, Nicholas Bayerle

353: Darrah Brustein | How to Start a Networking Group with over 30,000 Members

Darrah Brustein founded two businesses serving over 30,000 people, and a payment processing company that spans 38 states. She is a prolific writer about thought leadership, read by over 1 million people across Forbes, Entrepreneur, and other publications. In this episode of Build Your Network, you will find out what Darrah learned about business from her first job, how she grew her primary business, and how to amplify your message using meetup groups. Episode Highlights: - Darrah is a twin but went to a different school from her twin brother because she wanted to go to a performing arts magnet school. - She developed the capability to fit in wherever she went by being an explorer and being interested in learning what made people tick. - Darrah achieved nearly straight A’s in high school but her experience trying to fulfill her father’s definition of success is what led her to learn that you have to define success for yourself. - Darrah feels that there is a danger in any extremism...

55 MIN3 w ago
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353: Darrah Brustein | How to Start a Networking Group with over 30,000 Members

352: Freestyle Friday | How Podcasting Has Changed My Life

In this episode of Freestyle Friday, your host Travis Chappell shares the three big ways that launching a podcast has changed his life for the better. Episode Highlights: - Podcasting kept Travis accountable to personal development. - He had barely read anything and hated reading for his entire life before starting to listen to podcasts. - Podcasting has grown his network like nothing else because it gives him a reason to connect with anyone he wants. - His episode release schedule also holds him accountable to developing his network because he constantly has to provide more interviews with higher and higher level people. - It provides Travis with his ideal lifestyle, including freedom of time, location, and finances. - He’s recording this episode from a hotel room in Miami because he’s speaking at an event, but he has the freedom to do that. 3 Key Points: 1. Podcasting holds Travis accountable to his own personal development. 2. It has exploded his network beyond what he ever ima...

12 MIN3 w ago
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352: Freestyle Friday | How Podcasting Has Changed My Life

Latest Episodes

361: James Clear | How to Truly Change Your Identity

James Clear is the world-renowned author and speaker who focuses on habits, decision making, and continuous improvement. He's the author of the New York Times Best-Seller "Atomic Habits." He's been featured in numerous publications and his website receives millions of visitors each month. We discuss if entrepreneurs should or shouldn't suck at school, how to truly change your identity, and how long it actually takes to get a book deal. Episode Highlights: - James' background and journey through school and beyond. - Benefits of a smaller community. - Combating the need to perform. - The Entrepreneurship vs. School debate: a different perspective. - Concentric Circles: the best way to change the world. - The importance of developing habits of reflection and review. - 2 ways for developing habits. - What it took to finally get a book deal, after writing 2 articles a week. - The "Incubation period": what it takes to develop habits for the long haul. - "Lagging Measures": how to not get restless when developing habits. - Signals of progress: balancing expectations with results. - Why every person should have a period of reflection and review. - The "common denominator" habits for high-level performers. - Who you know or what you know? Historically, who you know. As time goes on, what you know. - The Random Round: a quick-hit question and answer session. 3 Key Points: 1. Role modeling behavior is the key to sharing how and why things should change. 2. You have to be able to put ideas into practice to understand what the struggle is really like to implement into daily life. 3. Focus your time on higher level "identity-based" tasks that help you develop into the type of person you want to become. Tweetable Quotes: - “Where you're at in life is where you're living, so might as well make the most of every situation you have.” - James Clear - “We all need a continual sense of reflection, review, and self-reflection.” - James Clear - “It's not the last sentence that writes the book, it's all the ones that come before.” - James Clear - "Your results are a lagging measure of your habits." - James Clear - "Once you start to assign an identity to yourself...you're not pursuing behavior change anymore, you're acting in alignment with the type of person you already see yourself to be." - James Clear Resources Mentioned: - “Atomic Habits” by James Clear - James Clear Website - Visit Travis’ website at Buildyournetwork.co - Join the Build Your Network Facebook group BYN.media/fb - Join the Build Your Network University Facebook group here byn.university. - If you want to amplify your network through podcasting apply at travischappell.com/coaching - Get the most smartly-designed and comfortable clothing at Mac Wheldon. Enter promo code: Travis at check out. - Download the Himalaya App in the App Store or Google Play - Leave a rating and review for the Build Your Network Podcast on iTunes - Watch Travis’ free masterclass on how to build the network of your dreams at threenetworkingsecrets.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

48 MIN16 h ago
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361: James Clear | How to Truly Change Your Identity

360: Freestyle Friday | How to Skip Levels in Life

In this episode of Freestyle Friday, your host Travis Chappell shares how you can skip levels in life. Episode Highlights: - Learn the #1 way to skip levels in life. - Travis shares how you can begin the process of learning how to launch, grow, and monetize your podcast. - Discover the importance of connecting with higher level people. Key Points: 1. Connect with people who are operating on a different level than you. 2. You don't have to play small. Tweetable Quotes: - “You'll always fall to the level of the people you hang out with." –Travis Chappell - "If you are the most successful person in your friend group, you should probably get around other people." – Travis Chappell Resources Mentioned: - Learn how to network at events at www.travischappell.com/yes - Visit Travis’ website at Buildyournetwork.co - Join the Build Your Network Facebook group BYN.media/fb - Join the Build Your Network University Facebook group here byn.university - Leave a rating and review for the Build Your Network Podcast on iTunes - Watch Travis’ free masterclass on how to build the network of your dreams at threenetworkingsecrets.com - Download the Himalaya App in the App Store or Google Play For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

12 MIN2 d ago
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360: Freestyle Friday | How to Skip Levels in Life

359: Topic | Keys to Podcasting Success

Jeff Brown, award-nominated podcaster, consultant and speaker; Jordan Harbinger, Wall Street Lawyer turned talk show host, social dynamics expert, and entrepreneur; and Brandon Turner,active real estate investor and co-host of the Bigger Pockets Podcast share with your host, Travis Chappell, how to run a successful podcast. Episode Highlights: - Jeff Brown - Why Jeff believes in developing relationships for their own sake - The value of being a proponent of other people’s work and being intentional, consistent and altruistic in your promotion of it - Jordan Harbinger - Did another show called The Art of Charm for 11 years. - Most of the team came with him when he moved to the Jordan Harbinger show. - If he’d stayed with the old brand he would have been lazily plodding along. - Watched around 300 Larry King interviews to see what he did and did not like - 900-1500 edits in the show to cut out any flubs, tangents, unnecessary promotions, jokes that don’t land, etc. - A minute of a ...

38 MIN4 d ago
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359: Topic | Keys to Podcasting Success

358: Max Lugavere | Becoming a NY Times Best Selling Author with No Previous Following

Max Lugavere is a filmmaker, health & science journalist, and NY Times bestselling author of Genius Foods. He appears regularly on TV shows like Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, and the Today Show. In this episode of Build Your Network, you will find out how Max started from nothing and became a bestselling author, and how he ended up in the health and wellness space. Episode Highlights: - Max was born and raised in Manhattan, and was fortunate enough to be exposed to quite a few different things so he was able to find his passion. - Both of Max’s parents grew up rather poor as the children of Jewish immigrants, who started a successful business in the Garment District, so those entrepreneurial characteristics were instilled in him from a young age. - He started college as a pre-med student but ended up double majoring in film and psychology. - He was highly intelligent and always curious, but struggled with executive function and the skills necessary to be a highly successful student. - Max f...

46 MIN1 w ago
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358: Max Lugavere | Becoming a NY Times Best Selling Author with No Previous Following

357: Freestyle Friday | How to Become an Influencer

In this episode of Freestyle Friday, your host Travis Chappell shares his tips for how to become an influencer. Episode Highlights: - Freestyle Friday episodes will be available as videos in the future! - If you have to call yourself an influencer, you probably aren’t one. - The only way to gain influence with people is to add value. - Earning authority is part of it, but it’s not the only thing. - Your influence will only rise as far as the value you give back. - Use personal development to make yourself a more valuable person to others. Key Points: 1. Offering value is more important than having authority alone. 2. To add more value to others, add more value to yourself. Tweetable Quotes: - “If somebody does not add real value, they cannot last in the space for very long.” –Travis Chappell Resources Mentioned: - Get your tickets for Travis new live event in Vegas at www.bynlive.com - Shop easy, with smartly designed men’s clothes by Mack Weldon at www.mackweldon.com and use ...

14 MIN1 w ago
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357: Freestyle Friday | How to Become an Influencer

356: Topic | When to Quit Your Job with Mark Asquith, Amy Porterfield, Rylee Meek

Mark Asquith, founder of Rebel Base Media; Amy Porterfield, online marketing expert and online course creator; and Rylee Meek, CEO of The Social Dynamic Selling System, motivational speaker, and mentor, share with your host, Travis Chappell, their thoughts on when it’s time to quit your job to pursue your passion full-time. Episode Highlights: - Mark Asquith - Mark left the corporate world after spending some time working for his dad who was a self-employed electrician, and that taught him freedom and flexibility. - The problem for him was never the money but was that he was always under someone else’s control. - Mark began to develop this point of view when he was young and tried to purchase a hot dog, only to discover he didn’t have enough money, and realized it wasn’t in his control whether he had the money and someone else got to decide what he could or couldn’t have because of it. - Amy Porterfield - Amy took the corporate route from day one out of college and never consid...

40 MIN1 w ago
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356: Topic | When to Quit Your Job with Mark Asquith, Amy Porterfield, Rylee Meek

355: Craig Ballantyne | How to Create YOUR Perfect Week

Craig Ballantyne is the author of the Perfect Day Formula and the new book Unstoppable. He is the founder of multiple 7-figure businesses in fitness and coaching. In this episode of Build Your Network, you will find out how Craig shifted from the fitness space to personal development and how to find your perfect mentor. Episode Highlights: - Craig began as a strength coach for hockey in Canada, where he grew up. - He knew that to accomplish this goal, he had to get a strength and conditioning certification and a Master's degree. - Craig believes the most important factor to his success was his clarity on what he wanted. - On the StrengthsFinder test, Craig got Visionary, Futuristic Thinking, Strategy, Implementation and Learning, and he always thought everyone was like that. - If you experience imposter syndrome, you discount and undervalue things that you are naturally good at and believe everyone is good at it. - Craig sent his email newsletter to the editor of Men’s Health and t...

51 MIN2 w ago
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355: Craig Ballantyne | How to Create YOUR Perfect Week

354: Topic | The Value of Masterminds with Chris Harder, Dave Ruel, Nicholas Bayerle

Chris Harder, founder of For The Love of Money; Dave Ruel, effic.co; and Nicholas Bayerle, The Billion Dollar Body, share with your host, Travis Chappell, their thoughts on . Episode Highlights: - Chris Harder - He believes 20 people is the perfect mastermind size because it allows for diversity of opinion but also the closeness and commitment of family. - Both Chris and Travis have started their own masterminds because of how much they believe in them. - Dave Ruel - What you know and who you know are both important but they have to exist within the right context for you for there to be synergy between them. - Dave thinks the most annoying thing for a person to do while networking is to try to extract as much information as possible from a person in one meeting as if you’ll never see each other again instead of playing the long game. - Get into conversations that have nothing to do with business to build actual relationships with people. - For introverts, Dave suggests being strategic with who you meet and the number of people you meet because each interaction will take a lot of effort. - The caliber of people at a mastermind will help you be strategic about who you connect with, especially if you’re introverted. - Nicholas Bayerle - Paying mentors and putting your money where your mouth is gets you value. - Mentors can keep you on track as you take big swings and make polarizing, challenging decisions. - Create a step by step game plan to utilize the power of groups and community. - In Travis’s experience, something like door to door sales is highly secretive, and people think they can’t share their expertise because it’s akin to giving away your secrets, but if you share information in something like a mastermind, everyone benefits. 3 Key Points: 1. When you find the right mastermind fit for you, it will uplevel your network and business. 2. You won’t click or have chemistry with every person you meet, and that’s okay. 3. Finding community is everything. Tweetable Quotes: - “Last year’s mastermind, we made our money back in the first half of the first day of the year, directly from one idea that came from that mastermind.” –Chris Harder - “When you’re too strategic about relationships, you’re not going to win at relationships. It needs to be organic.” –Dave Ruel - “If people don’t hate you, then there’s definitely no one that extremely loves you either. There has to be a polarizing message in everything you do.” –Nicholas Bayerle Resources Mentioned: - Chris Harder: Podcast, Twitter, Instagram - Dave Ruel: Website, Effic - Nicholas Bayerle: Billion Dollar Body, Website, Twitter, Instagram - Get podcast coaching from Travis at www.travischappell.com/apply. - Shop easy, with smartly designed men’s clothes by Mack Weldon at www.mackweldon.com and use promo code “travis” at checkout for 20% off. - Learn how to network at events at www.travischappell.com/yes - Visit Travis’ website at Buildyournetwork.co - Join the Build Your Network Facebook group BYN.media/fb - Join the Build Your Network University Facebook group here byn.university - Leave a rating and review for the Build Your Network Podcast on iTunes - Watch Travis’ free masterclass on how to build the network of your dreams at threenetworkingsecrets.com - Download the Himalaya App in the App Store or Google Play For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

24 MIN2 w ago
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354: Topic | The Value of Masterminds with Chris Harder, Dave Ruel, Nicholas Bayerle

353: Darrah Brustein | How to Start a Networking Group with over 30,000 Members

Darrah Brustein founded two businesses serving over 30,000 people, and a payment processing company that spans 38 states. She is a prolific writer about thought leadership, read by over 1 million people across Forbes, Entrepreneur, and other publications. In this episode of Build Your Network, you will find out what Darrah learned about business from her first job, how she grew her primary business, and how to amplify your message using meetup groups. Episode Highlights: - Darrah is a twin but went to a different school from her twin brother because she wanted to go to a performing arts magnet school. - She developed the capability to fit in wherever she went by being an explorer and being interested in learning what made people tick. - Darrah achieved nearly straight A’s in high school but her experience trying to fulfill her father’s definition of success is what led her to learn that you have to define success for yourself. - Darrah feels that there is a danger in any extremism...

55 MIN3 w ago
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353: Darrah Brustein | How to Start a Networking Group with over 30,000 Members

352: Freestyle Friday | How Podcasting Has Changed My Life

In this episode of Freestyle Friday, your host Travis Chappell shares the three big ways that launching a podcast has changed his life for the better. Episode Highlights: - Podcasting kept Travis accountable to personal development. - He had barely read anything and hated reading for his entire life before starting to listen to podcasts. - Podcasting has grown his network like nothing else because it gives him a reason to connect with anyone he wants. - His episode release schedule also holds him accountable to developing his network because he constantly has to provide more interviews with higher and higher level people. - It provides Travis with his ideal lifestyle, including freedom of time, location, and finances. - He’s recording this episode from a hotel room in Miami because he’s speaking at an event, but he has the freedom to do that. 3 Key Points: 1. Podcasting holds Travis accountable to his own personal development. 2. It has exploded his network beyond what he ever ima...

12 MIN3 w ago
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352: Freestyle Friday | How Podcasting Has Changed My Life
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