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8 Figure Lessons From Mark Hoverson & Tim Erway

In this blog post I will be sharing with you 8 figure lessons that I learned this weekend from a LIVE event with Mark Hoverson and Tim Erway. If you don’t know who they are let me just say this:

They are two of the top people on the internet in our industry. Mark created his empire using the internet and Tim is the CEO of Mike Dillard’s Magnetic Sponsoring. Enough said… let’s get the goodies now!

8 Figure Lessons From Mark Hoverson & Tim Erway: At First…

One of the first things that Mark asked us to do was to identify who has been able to help get one person started into their business in the last four weeks. Out of 50 or 60 people, about 7 put their hands up, including myself.

As a result Mark got us to actually coach every one else on how we did it! The source of the lead, the process we went through and what was the tipping point for them to join! So Watch this 2 min video to see what I am talking about.

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8 Figure Lessons From Mark Hoverson & Tim Erway: The 3 Lessons…

In this section I want to share with you the 3 biggest lessons I learned from Mark at the event. Remember, this 8 figure coaching! I highly recommend you take very seriously what I am sharing with you here if you want to go to the next level!

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8 Figure Lessons From Mark Hoverson & Tim Erway: The people…

Mark Hoverson & I

Mark is a fantastic guy. He is very genuine, caring and really gave from the heart. He really pushed us and had us compete to sell a $37 on the spot to the audience.

 

That was a great experience! You get to learn to compete, never give up, and if that you truly have something to offer!

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Tim Erway & I

Adam Holland & I

I’ve also had the chance to hang out with some other cool guys like Tim Erway and Adam Holland. Tim’s story is incredible. Few years ago he was being kicked out with his pregnant wife from their 1 bedroom apartment.

Now he is the CEO of Magnetic Sponsoring! Great guy. And of course Adam is one of those people who is determined to have what he wants building his business online and just published his first book!

So the more you hang out with people and learn from people of this caliber, the more likely you are going to be at their level.

So this is why I highly recommend that you attend live events and build relationships!

All in all, it was great experience I want to extend my thanks to all the leaders who made this happen.

So here is a question for you… which event will you be at next?

Remember, no excuses, you either do or you don’t!

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13 Responses to 8 Figure Lessons From Mark Hoverson & Tim Erway

  1. Chante Epps February 14, 2012 at 9:56 AM #

    Looks like you’ve had a phenomenal time, I’ve gone to one of Mark Hoverson’s mastermind retreats and I must say it was memorable to say the least.

    Adam Holland is also extremely smart, and his story is moving as well.

    Thanks for sharing with us your experience and helpful tips John. You always continue to deliver value into the marketplace.

    -Chante

  2. Kari Baxter February 14, 2012 at 10:31 AM #

    John, these are 3 great tips! Thanks for sharing some of what you learned from this event! I love Mark & Tim.

    Great tips from Mark about focus and productivity. We definitely have to learn to set boundaries for our time. It’s challenging for many new entrepreneurs because it’s so different than a job. People respect our time when we’re at work, but it’s harder when we’re at home, sometimes in our sweats! ;)

    The lists of 10 are powerful too. It’s a great way to know where to spend our time when building our teams.

    Kari

    • johnmoussan February 15, 2012 at 12:22 PM #

      Kari! I appreciate you joining the conversation and stopping by to say hello! Glad you liked the content!

    • johnmoussan June 14, 2012 at 10:08 AM #

      Thank Kari for stopping by. I am glad you liked this!

  3. Ryan Johnson February 14, 2012 at 10:49 AM #

    John, I bet it was a fantastic seminar. Mark and Tim are the best in the Industry, the tips and insights are bar none some of the best. Thanks.

  4. David Sharp February 14, 2012 at 12:15 PM #

    Fantastic John I am so happy for you, I have not been to any event yet but I am going to go to Live the Dream in October, maybe I’ll see you there!

    • johnmoussan February 15, 2012 at 12:20 PM #

      Thanks David… sure looking forward to that!

  5. Viola Tam February 14, 2012 at 2:52 PM #

    Hi, John,

    Thank you so much for sharing with us the insights from these very successful leaders! We got to learn these insider tips without having to attend the event :) Just joking!

    I totally agree with you that attending LIVE events where like-minded people gather together is one of the fast tracks to success. This is because of the learning, the focus, the synergy, the mastermind, the supportive environment,etc that make such a difference. Leaders are often born at events such as Conventions!

    About the boundary setting, I remember Lisa Kitter Combs sharing her story about ‘moving ahead with or without her husband’ at the time when she felt the resistance from him, dragging her down every time she went up.

    We may not all want to end up with a divorce like Lisa. What about a negotiation for a workable solution?

    Awesome post, John. Keep up the fantastic work!

    Viola Tam

    • johnmoussan February 15, 2012 at 12:18 PM #

      It’s a tricky subject…. I am not here to advocate divorce or splitting of relationships… but the reverse. Love and gratitude. At some stage though if a person is smothering you, you have to be courageous and make some changes. We deserve to live in abundance, joy and prosperity and it is their choice if they don’t prefer…

  6. bbrian017 February 24, 2012 at 1:03 PM #

    John your so right. We have to get out and connect with people. these live events are such a great opportunity to do this! I’ve been dying to Bring my Blog Engage idea to Blog World!

    • johnmoussan February 25, 2012 at 9:56 PM #

      Brian thanks for stopping Brian and sharing in the conversation! :)

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