Episode 63

Keaton Hoskins: Leading a limitless entrepreneurial life

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What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?

Discipline for a start. Not just in your work but how you stay true to your values and the way you lead your life. It’s one of the reasons why Keaton Hoskins, my guest in this episode, has successfully scaled a number of multi-million dollar businesses.

Keaton discusses how he identifies unmet needs to generate businesses and what it takes to scale them. He gives incredible insight into where you need to focus your time to be a successful, serial entrepreneur. He also explains the principles needed to guide wise decisions in business and how he takes care of his mental health in this demanding lifestyle.

You’ll hear about:

  • Where do Keaton’s business ideas come from?
  • How Keaton successfully scaled businesses
  • Are all of his businesses stand-alone?
  • How far ahead is Keaton looking with his brand?
  • Where does Keaton’s discipline come from?
  • How to know where to focus your time
  • Principles needed to guide wise decisions
  • Keaton on generating outbound leads
  • How Keaton works on his mental health
  • Who does Keaton learn from?
  • What helps Keaton have his best days?

The best bits of these conversations are captured in my newsletter Strategic Leader.

More about Keaton

Keaton is a serial entrepreneur, Millionaire Mindset mentor, and TV star of the Diesel Brothers show. His Limitless Society Club has grown to over 1000 members in less than a year and produced eight millionaires (one worth $35 million). He has launched and scaled 30 businesses reaching eight figures. He has also co-authored a book The Hardest Thing About Divorce: Going to War with Yourself.

His goal is to ‘create a society where people no longer believe in any limits and to help others grow in their dreams, goals and aspirations’.

“I spent a lot of time cultivating value in myself. Value that I could bring to the table.”

Keaton Hoskins, Entrepreneur

VIEW RUNNING ORDER

03.15 Where do Keaton’s business ideas come from?
06.34 How Keaton successfully scaled businesses.
07.40 Are all of his businesses stand-alone?
10.19 How far ahead is Keaton looking with his brand?
13.47 Where does Keaton’s discipline come from?
16.20 How to know where to focus your time.
19.04 Principles needed to guide wise decisions.
21.27 Keaton on generating outbound leads.
24.20 How Keaton works on his mental health.
28.18 Who does Keaton learn from?
34.40 What helps Keaton have his best days?
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