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In Episode #7

Jayson Gaignard shares how he went from multi-million dollar entrepreneur, to broke, to master relationship builder.

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Today’s episode is with an eight-figure entrepreneur by the age of 25, master relationship building, and premium event host, Jayson Gaignard. He is named by Forbes as one of the top 25 networkers to watch in 2015. He is the founder of Mastermind Talks with a lower acceptance rate than Harvard, his highly exclusive event brings together online influencers, industry leaders, and New York Times best-selling authors.

He is also the host of the highly-rated Mastermind Talks Podcast and author of Mastermind Dinners, which is a book you’ve gotto pick up because it talks about building life-long relationships by connecting experts, influencers, and lynchpins. He is a favorite of mine. He is a good friend and in today’s interview you’re going to hear about how he built up a very large business and then lost it all, what he did after that, how he bounced back, and what he learned at a Seth Godin event that has basically transformed him into the major influencer that he is today.

Pivotal moments you don’t want to miss in this episode  

Lessons From Childhood

What youthful venture reinforced the importance of transparency in business for Jayson.

Keys To Fast Growth

How he scaled his first business up to $6 million in revenue in four years.

Learning To Put You First

How building his first business at the expense of his health became one of his darkest moments.

A Bump In The Road

How he lost his business and landed $250,000 in debt.

Finding Success In Others

How his success is based on the people he is surrounded by and connected to.

A Powerful Perspective

What mindset you should have around networking and relationships to be successful.

My philosophy around networking is that the key to a strong network is subtraction and not addition.

Jayson Gaignard

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