Who is your role model that can be a part of your roadmap? In this week's special series, Troy Hoffman poses some crucial questions for listeners seeking to elevate in all areas of life. Seeking knowledge from mentors and role models is key to building success.
Am I doing the right activities to get the result I am seeking? In this week's special series, Troy Hoffman poses some crucial questions for listeners seeking to elevate in all areas of life. Becoming elite at calendaring and time-management is key to building a successful roadmap.
How committed are you? In this week's special series, Troy Hoffman poses some crucial questions for listeners seeking to elevate in all areas of life. Achieving our goals requires steadfast diligence to burden or conquer daily trials.
Who is the most successful person you have ever met? What made them successful? Troy Hoffman reflects on his days as a chauffeur for a self-made man who disciplined himself to fuel his mind daily with insights from the greats.
How do I deal with upper management working staff to death? Troy Hoffman breaks down the process to create crucial conversations in the workplace. We all have blind spots unless we open effective dialogues that expose solutions from all angles.
Can you explain the Core 4 and how it works? Troy Hoffman breaks down each area of the Core 4 and explains how it puts you in power every day. Initiating daily growth and expansion each morning will maximize your results.
How do you become a CEO? Troy Hoffman reflects on the duties of a Chief Executive Officer. Ultimately, there is no exact science to the job, but clarity in vision is most important. You must drive the team up a treacherous mountain, open to growth in the process and acceptance of the outcome.
What is the daily schedule you use to keep everything going in your life? Troy Hoffman brakes down his entire schedule from rise to sleep. There is only so much time in the day, which is why every moment must be efficiently scheduled.
What great failure lead to something truly successful in your life? Troy Hoffman considers the art of turning trials into triumphs and how every costly mistake over the years has strengthened his company.
Do I need to adapt my sales approach for every new market I go after? Troy Hoffman insists you must believe in your product and understand your customer first. Then you can set a frame that will transform the way you position your products.
What questions do you challenge yourself with in the morning? Troy Hoffman discusses how to use the stack to choose your mindset. Every morning we have an opportunity to re-create the story of our lives.
How do you generate new ideas and actually take action on them? Troy Hoffman considers the core method he uses to generate and thoroughly develop new ideas. Whiteboard sessions are crucial to visualize all possibilities, challenge the idea, and identify action steps.
How did you find funding for your business? Troy Hoffman reflects on bootstrapping his company during it's early startup years. No venture capital was necessary. Growth spouted through continuous struggle and commitment.
Do I need to write a business plan? Troy Hoffman suggests briefly drafting a business plan to get an understanding of costs and timeline, but investing more effort in the work. It's going to be a grind and you need the best head start you can get.
What is the best advice you've ever been given? Troy Hoffman advocates reading, listening and exposing yourself to knowledge. We can become great in any area of life by surrounding ourselves with would class minds.
What are some of the major mistakes I can avoid as a startup entrepreneur? Troy Hoffman confesses it's impossible to avoid startup mistakes with a crystal ball, but great council can help evade some. Building without proficiency and as fast as possible will produce faults.