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Chris Reynolds Talks About What He’s Learned from Interviewing 40+ Location Independent Millionaires

Chris Reynolds is the founder of The Entrepreneur Housea business accelerator for 6- and 7-figure entrepreneurs in different cities around the world!

He has been an entrepreneur since 2007 and has been involved in six different businesses. He left the States in April of 2011 to become a digital nomad and travel the world. He started out by building niche websites online and moved into blogging and adventure travel.

Listen in to hear what Chris has learned from interviewing millionaires throughout his career.

Chris Reynolds Talks About What He's Learned from Interviewing 40+ Location Independent Millionaires

Time stamped show notes:

[1:26] His journey | Started when his mother bought him two books

[4:15] Change in the algorithms wiped out his SEO rankings and that eliminated his income.

[5:26] He created the Entrepreneur House to get entrepreneurs together to grow their businesses and travel.

[7:00] What business means to him and how he sees it change it in the future

[7:12] Business is an opportunity to control your personal growth and create your lifestyle without having to be controlled by other people and finances.  

[10:41] What can you rely on as an entrepreneur to stay constant?

[14:07] Top people he follows and a questions he would ask them

[18:30] What he [Richard] has learned about creation vs promotion

[18:49] He started podcasting without researching how to get it ranked on iTunes or how to get reviews. He focused on content.

[20:22] Be adaptable as much as possible. Flow like water, because things are always going to change.

[21:54] How does he find people who are aligned with his vision and incentivizes them?

[23:09] If you think it’s the right person and they’re not willing to be on the same page as you, then they’re probably not the right person.  

[23:40] Things happen naturally, and the right people will come at the right time.  

[25:17] Sometimes being too close to the process forbids you from doing things right.

[28:28] Let people do their job.  

[29:36] Lesson he forgot and had to re-learn | Lesson he learned years ago

[29:55] “This problem will pass.”

[34:28] Find out what you truly desire in life and go after that.

Three key points:

  1. Business is an opportunity to control your personal growth and create your lifestyle without having to be controlled by other people and finances.
  2. If you think it’s the right person and they’re not willing to be on the same page as you, then they’re probably not the right person.  
  3. Always keep in mind: “This problem will pass.”

Resources mentioned:

4 Hour Workweek

Paul Levine, founder of EverWebApp.com

 

Dan Andrews – The Dynamite Circle & The Tropical MBA Podcast

Steven Van Der Peijl – KV Social partner

Last question:

Check out the Entrepreneur House Podcast

How to contact him:

Contact page at http://theentrepreneurhouse.com/