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In this interview, there will be a range of topics discussed. The first topic will cover an issue everyone deals with – emotions.

You will be able to clearly see how hindering emotions such as anger, jealousy, and nervousness can be used to propel you forward. It is as simple as taking the energy from those emotions and transforming them into positive progress.

This interview reminded me that everyone begins at ground zero therefore, it is important to keep your eyes peeled for the opportunities that come your way. Begin by considering what sort of business best suits your needs.

Finally, have you ever considered the two types of critics? You will get a chance to learn who they are and how you can actually use their criticism for your motivation.

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Ryan: What would you say or contribute about the idea of controlling one’s emotion?
Daegan: I think controlling your emotions isn’t about cutting them off, but about taking the energy and turning it into something positive instead of negative. Anger can be seen as a negative emotion, but if you’re a competitive person, being angry that your competitor’s beating you can be the impetus for positive change.

Any emotion has two sides to it and I don’t think it’s about eliminating emotions so much as it is about asking yourself how can you use this emotion to drive you forward from who you are, from your standpoint of who you are?

Ryan: I was going to say, so essentially proactively guiding and directing the emotion, not necessarily blocking or dimming it, but to directing the currents where you want them to go.
Daegan: Right. I think, it’s hard to work and be passionately persuasive if you don’t have emotion. Like, how can I persuade you if I’m not talking about your life’s dreams and how I can help you achieve those dreams? If I’m just talking about, this is a good investment. Let’s look at the math and I think this is a sure bet. You can tap into a little bit of people, but it’s about when you can use your emotions to excite the emotion of another person.

You can’t blunt yours. You just have to be more aware of them and ask yourself questions that allow you to use them in the right way.

Ryan: I completely agree with you, which leads us into the next element of this conversation and the importance of presence, especially when it comes to awareness. Most people that I’ve come across are lost in their minds, lost in their thoughts, their fears and their mind has control of them. They’ve not established anything that we just talked about, their inner game owns them, and they have no awareness whatsoever. As an athlete, a person who had to be in the moment and as a person who’s an entrepreneur and is very successful, you have a special appreciation for awareness. I’d like to ask you to elaborate a little more on that and how invaluable it is to entrepreneurs.

Overall awareness, awareness of self, of people, of the environment; awareness is essentially the absence of the thought, to be in the moment, to be able to control and direct your emotions, to have the ability to see the fear and drag it into the rational mind. Like an observing ego essentially, a meta cognition aspect.

Daegan: Okay. This is a question that I don’t know if I ask myself very much, but it’s an important one, because I tend to be more of an internal person than an external person. I’m far more introverted than extroverted. I think awareness of who you are, what your strengths are, what’s going on in your life, what’s going on in the economy, what’s going on in the marketplace, and what you can do in your position and what opportunities you have is a mindset. A lot of people tend to think oh well, this person has this advantage, or has that advantage and that’s why they’re successful, but everyone started from ground zero. When you start from ground zero, how do you create that first success? It’s being aware of that first opportunity that comes your way. So, here’s an example. When I had my first success online in a home business opportunity, it was after not succeeding for a while. I stopped and asked myself, why am I not succeeding? I’m not succeeding because I’m not really doing something that I like to do, which was calling leads, I don’t like that. I see that others are online succeeding, growing opportunities, using the Internet and leveraging it as a media and that’s what I want to do. If I want to do that, what do I need to have in order to do that effectively? What does the business I need to be a part of look like? Then I listed out all the qualities. It’s got to have a lead capture page. It’s got to have this email sequence. It’s got to have this sort of a direct response marketing sales presentation. Video, webinar, whatever, and it’s got to have these components or else it’s not going to work for me. So, I quit that business I wasn’t succeeding in, but I had started to ask these questions and really finitely researched and put a plan into place for what I was looking for. Once I knew what I was looking for, I was in a forum, clicked on someone’s link in a post and I found a business that fit all the criteria that I was looking for that would be the right business for me to succeed. Had I not stopped to ask those questions, I would have seen that business as just like all the rest. But because I had these specific criteria that I was looking for, it was the perfect business. I was aware that it was the perfect business for me. So, another part of awareness, I guess in that example to pull out, is focus on what you want, how you want to do it and defining those points in terms of your success. If you sit down and do that on a regular basis, then awareness is just keeping your eyes open, being in the right place at the right time. If you don’t do that, you think you’re aware of the opportunities that are coming around, but you don’t know because you haven’t defined them for yourself.

There are two sides of it.

  • Focus, and
  • Keeping your eyes open

Does that make sense?
 

Ryan: That makes absolutely perfect sense and what’s really interesting is typically I notice that people either, do one or the other but they don’t have their eyes open wide enough. Essentially, what you did in essence was you became aware. You got outside of your mind, got above it and were very cognizant and very aware of what you wanted to accomplish. You looked outside yourself by being in the moment, by being present, and you solved the problems for yourself basically from outside of yourself by focusing correctly and opening your eyes to everything that’s there, that’s possible. Whereas, a lot of individuals maintain that reactive mindset we talked about a moment ago typically maintain their own thinking patterns. They stay inside their mind thinking the same circles, and the same limiting factors, and the same I cant’s, I’m not good enough’s or I don’t know how-to’s. It’s the ability basically silence the mind in essence, to be present, to look at things as they are instead of how the ego tries to filter them and allow yourself to solve problems that might otherwise be impossible. I think you answered that beautifully. I want to shift towards one other element in presence now in the outer game and that’s dealing with critics. I’m sure you can probably appreciate the value and importance of critics, and I say that completely laughing.

Have you come across a handful of critics as you built yourself into a successful entrepreneur, how have you dealt with them and what would you suggest for our listeners?

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Daegan: I believe there are two types of critics, when you’re trying to create your first success that positively reinforces you bigger, better things.

  • There are the critics of the family, the friends and the people that are saying you can’t do it.

Those people you’ve just have to prove wrong, but it’s a different sort of a critic. My father when I started online in my business was adamantly against it. He was like this is going to destroy you. You’re going to ruin yourself and all these bad things are going to happen. I took it as a challenge. You don’t think I can. I do, and I’m going to prove you wrong. That was my approach there. For others, it might be totally silencing the critics. It might be a path of removing all negative influences, saying look, there are critics and I’m going to create an environment where none of that gets to me, because that affects my mindset. It always comes back to questions at the end of the day.

What am I like? How do I react? What’s going to give me maximum leverage in terms of how I can respond the most positively? If you react to challenge with vigor and passion, use it. If it scares you, if challenges make you doubt yourself, remove yourself from the environment of challenge, of critics challenging you and work in a vacuum. Look only at successes.

  • The other type of critic that comes along, which I still have work to do on, in terms of dealing with it, is just people that when you’re successful, try to rain on your parade.

Those guys, maybe for some folks here are a little bit away, but they’re a little harder for me personally to deal with. Because, when you put your passion and your heart into something and someone’s crapping on your parade that doesn’t now you, it’s a different sort of a critic than someone that does, and is looking out for you. Honestly, for me, it’s the opposite approach which is removing them from sight. So, for me, one thing that my support guys do for me is, they send out emails. Of course, there’s always someone that loves to be angry and that’s like the state that they live in so they react to everything with anger, and respond with hate in emails and my support team knows not to let me see that stuff. So, there are all sorts of ways to deal with problems. That’s how I’ve dealt with critics in two different phases of my business, so hopefully that’s helpful.

Ryan: That’s very helpful. I like that you have so many different ways doing it based on one’s personality or unique style. So there are critics in the world and they’re there because most critics can’t accomplish anything on their own, so they’ve got to attack those who are. It’s different than critiquing. I mean, if you get good friends who are wise allies, you want critiques.

But criticism is never going to come from somebody who’s in a place of power. It’s a person who’s in a place of weakness and critic’s, typically all they’re doing is telling you what’s wrong with themselves. They just don’t know how to deal with it, and so they project it on you, and it’s folly, but they do so relentlessly because the only way know how to feel better about themselves. They can’t create, so they have to attack what does and what’s unique to them, which is quite pitiful in my mind.

Daegan: I think it’s also important that you think about who you are. I know as far as my business, I’m a very open, honest, giving person and I’m always willing to look at another person’s scenario if I can. So what I tend to do when I have a critic in terms of a customer is to try and understand, which is really what I shouldn’t do. So, if that’s the sort of person you are you have to think about what’s going to be the best route of action to keep you positive.
Ryan I agree, because I do the same thing, friend. If I get critics, I analyze them and sometimes even try to help them. At the same time you have to be very careful and conscious of where you put your energy because critics typically are coming from a place of pain and wants, and some critics are like black holes. Give them any attention, they’ll take everything they possibly can from you, and that will be their success in their mind. Let’s shift gears a little bit and talk about the importance of understanding others. I’ve noticed a lot of individuals who want to get wealthy fast, people in general who typically don’t take a lot of time to try to understand people or humanity. I’m fascinated by this because it is the most ultimate and most powerful skill anyone can ever gain.

Obviously, it requires a strong mindset and a strong presence to do this, but once you’ve accomplished that inward work, the ability to understand and communicate with others effectively like you’re doing right now is invaluable and decides everything.

 

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That article was overwhelmingly full of great insight and advice. Did you take notes? If not, you may want to go back and jot down those interesting points such as how to best determine the business that best suits you and how to turn negative emotions into positive ones.

Don’t forget to look forward to the final installment of this interview. You can expect great information on how to effectively communicate with your audience and the most efficient way to use direct response marketing.

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