This past weekend, we watched The Greatest Showman. Over two episodes, I will share with you what I learned from The Greatest Showman as a business owner and valuable sales principles you can take and apply to your life. Check it out and let me know your thoughts.
My coach, Linda Yates, has watched the movie two times so it got me curious what actually makes the movie so great.
So there I watched it and looked for the entrepreneurial/sales aspect of it.
The First Three Sales Principles from The Greatest Showman
In the movie, P.T. Barnum started from scratch and he wanted to prove to his father-in-law who said he couldn’t make it, wrong. He wanted to make himself something in the society. Third, he wanted to be respected by the higher classes.
While this gave him a lot of drive, there is also a flaw here. You can’t base your success on somebody else. You have to do it for yourself.
I was raised by my single mom and when when to the point that we were homeless. From then on, I promised myself I would never go broke again. At that age, it gave me the desire to earn my income. It gave me the drive that I will never allow my family to be in that situation like that again.
Working Beyond the No
You’ve got to hustle. The only person that’s stopping you from getting that big deal is yourself. Don’t let that stop you!
When Is Enough, Enough?
There comes a time where you will be achieving your goals. But is this going to push you beyond the things that matter the most? At one point, P.T. did. And when you allow this to take over your whole life, then you will have a problem. You must have an idea of when is enough, enough. It’s okay if you always have that goal but make sure you don’t put that stuff in front of your family. Never neglect your family. Spend some time with them. Don’t let money come before you and your family. So have that number in your mind.
The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Morgan and Michael Lennington
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