MisUnderstanding Dementia Podcast
MisUnderstanding Dementia Podcast
MisUnderstanding Dementia Podcast
Are you having a hard time taking care of your loved one that has Dementia? Do you feel stuck on how and what to do with your loved one that has Dementia? Are you ready to take care of yourself and your elderly loved one? Ready to be the best caregiver for your loved one? Then this podcast is for YOU!
6 Ways to Improve Your Influence
Meet a Need, Educate and Entertain, Networking, Team of Winners, One-on-one Coaching, Recurring Revenue
How do you improve your influence? How do you improve your impact? How do you improve your income in your industry?
You improve your influence and impact by becoming a mentor.
How do you become a mentor?
We break it down, M, E, N, T, O, R.
Letter M. First, you have to MEET a need. How do you meet a need? You find your niche. In my case, my niche is Alzheimer’s and Dementia. I met a need by looking for a need.
Next is letter “E.” You have to learn how to EDUCATE. You have to learn to educate people and entertain. You have to learn how to entertain them by educating them. How do you educate? You educate by having a podcast, a show, a Youtube video, a course that you teach. You go out of the community and you teach about whatever niche or need that you want to provide.
The next letter is “N.” Letter “n” is NETWORKING. You have to learn how to network with people who are going to push you to the next level. Speaking of networking, my first network is my coach Bert de Veyra. The other networking that I attend is the SSPT. If you haven’t been to SSPT, you have to attend the Smart Success Physical Therapy. You have to attend that. If you are a PT, OT, speech or physician, you have to attend that awesome group of people called Smart, Success for Physical Therapists. It is not just for Physical Therapists, it is actually for awesome people. Speaking of networking, I just bought another course, got another coach. His name is Odell Bezel. You have to network with people. My next coach is a speaking coach. He is going to teach me how to be an awesome speaker. I have to level up and learn how to do the speaking business. Which I actually already do now – I speak, I talk, and I teach the Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia seminar every month. I still want to get a coach for me to learn to be better and do more. You need to find a coach that will push you to the next level.
Next is letter “T.” You have to find a TEAM of winners. You cannot scale your business, you cannot scale your program if you don’t have any team. Right now, I have a team of therapist, a team of assistants and a team of virtual assistant that helps me get out and be the best that I can be.
The next letter is letter “O.” ONE-TO-ONE coaching. If you want to be a mentor, if you want to improve your influence and impact, you have to learn how to coach people one-on-one. If you teach people on the group that is awesome which I am doing already in my Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia course. But I also do one-on-one coaching. If you want to be an awesome mentor, you have to learn to do one-on-one coaching and bring out the best in people that you are talking too.
The last letter is “R.” You have to find ways to have recurring or repeat revenue. How do you find recurring or repeat revenue? You sell a book, sell a course, sell something that is recurring like affiliate links thru Amazon. Buying real estate properties that pays you rent. You have to find repeat or recurring revenue.
That is my special tip for you today.
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