Clay is a former U.S. Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year, and Yahoo Finance has called him the Jim Carrey of entrepreneurs. He is the owner nine businesses, the father of five human kids, the husband of one wife, the owner of 42 kids (we’re assuming baby goats, here), and one duck. He’s an award-winning speaker, he’s a contributing writer for Entrepreneur magazine, the business partner of former NBA Hall of Fame basketball player David Robinson, and the founder of Thrive15, which is like an owner’s manual for businesses.
One Thing He Does Every Day To Make Money
He spends about three hours a day in meta-time, looking at his life, contrasting where he is versus where he wants to be, and he goes through his daily to-do lists, schedules out his day, prioritizing what’s important, and solves his problems aggressively.
What Has The Greatest Potential For Growth
Defining who your ideal and likely buyers are, find out how they currently receive their information, and then go there.
Favorite Software or App
Thrive15’s time management system
Favorite Song or Lyric
Every morning Clay listens to positive alpha waves, a type of meditation music. After this, he listens to John Legend during his shower, and on the way to work he listens to T.D. Jakes. The song that exemplifies his worldview is Counting Stars by OneRepublic, and he loves the lyric, “Lately I’ve been losing sleep, dreaming about the things that we could be, but baby I’ve been, I’ve been praying hard, said no more counting dollars, we’ll be counting stars.”
Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends & Influence People, James L. Heskett’s The Service Profit Chain, Jack Welch’s Winning, and Lee Cockerell’s Time Management Magic
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