Entrepreneurship and Overcoming Lack of Motivation

Today on the Being Whole podcast, I welcome Paul Getter! He is a friend first and a top-tier internet marketer second. Paul’s internet marketing career began in desperation. Recently fired and without prospects, he discovered the power of social media. Without any formal education in marketing, he committed himself to learn every aspect of social media marketing. Fast forward a few years, and he has now spent over one billion dollars running ads and campaigns for his clients, is in the top 1% of ad spenders on Facebook, and has over 1 million followers on Instagram. But Paul knows that platforms like Facebook and Instagram are just tools. They’re not the objective. The objective is to get results for his clients. In this episode, we learn more about how Paul got to where he is today, plus he shares advice for those of us who lack motivation or who are feeling like we are on a hamster wheel trying to find this coveted money-making passion for exploding our careers as entrepreneurs.

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Here are a few of my takeaways from my conversation with Paul
1- If you find yourself frustrated with where you currently are and being hard on yourself for not being further ahead, take a pause and reflect on how far you’ve come. Give yourself credit for all the work you’ve done so far.
2- Don’t let a bad hair day prevent you from showing up and sharing a message or story that can impact or help others.
3-If you come to your relationships with a sense of serving instead of asking, you’ll create authentic connections. As Paul did, you may as well find that it pays off for you in ways you never thought possible.
4- You may not become successful in doing something you’re passionate about. You may see an opportunity to offer something that pays the bills, and along the way, you open yourself up to learning about new things that could ultimately become a passion for you.