On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright shares the power of building a pipeline with an old parable that still rings true.
Parable of the Pipeline Moral:
The moral of the story is that we tend to trade time for money. We mistakenly focus on the money in the present moment but ignore what may happen in the future. Therefore, while you're still young or have energy, you must build your pipeline so that one day, it will take care of you when you're unable to work or decide to leave your job.
Parable of the Pipeline Mission:
"You can have everything in life that you want if you will just help enough people get what they want." -- Zig Ziglar
Parable of the Pipeline Lessons:
• Be Duplicatable not Innovative (success is copied)
Be Predictable not Occasional (consistency dictates
• Seek Momentum not Waiting (motion creates
• Be Intentional not Aimless (destination is defined)
• Seek Distinction not Average (results are earned)
• Be Expanding not Comfortable (consequence
• Be Proactive not Reactive (future favors bold)
On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, your host Andy Albright dives deep into the topic of how to get new money now.
Andy covered several topics that he wrote about in the "Millionaire Maker Manual" or what we like to call the "Green Book." The Start Right Now chapter on page 52 was heavily covered, as well as the importance of getting a license, list and getting a ticket to the next convention. On page 60, Andy shared the story of the two brothers and the power of the pipeline.
Late in the show, Andy was joined by Jeff Bright, who says it is important to give people ownership in tasks and projects. People perform at a higher level when you do that. If you trust something your faith will follow. Bright shared his formula for happiness, which involves adding belief and desire together. Faith and conviction are part of the equation too, as well as trust and yearning.