Secret #38: “99 Yards Doth Not A Touchdown Make” 0 186

Secret #38: “99 Yards Doth Not A Touchdown Make”

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Russell’s thoughts as he enters the last phase of the viral video launch.

In this podcast Russell is worn out and tired but he talks about finishing what he started even when he’s burned out. Here are some of the awesome insights you will hear in today’s episode:

-Who taught Russell the concept “99 yards doth not a touchdown make.” and what it means.

-What other circumstances Russell has used that quote to help him get through.

-And why it is so important to give it your all until you complete something, even when all you want to do is quit.

So listen here to be inspired to keep going and moving forward and finish what you start.

Secret #38: “99 Yards Doth Not A Touchdown Make”

Secret #38: “99 Yards Doth Not A Touchdown Make”

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Funnel Fridays Episode 44

Today’s episode of Funnel Fridays is “Pimp My Funnel”!

This ClickFunnels and Funnel Scripts user is helping people in severe pain from tennis elbow, but his sales are causing discomfort. Russell and Jim are gonna pimp his funnel to see if they can bring relief!

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I Screwed Up – Dave Woodward – FHR #232

Dave Woodward was at the ClickFunnels semi-annual partner meeting and totally screwed up. He was explaining a critical concept and without any context or backstory ended up losing the attention of his partners. Russell Brunson came in to save the day by providing the backstory and context. The context brought things back around and unified the group. As embarrassing as this was for Dave it was a great lesson. A lesson he wants to make sure others do not have to learn on their own.

Tips and Tricks for You and Your Business:

-The importance of the backstory and context (2:00)

-The Rembrandt in the attic rule – how it applies to businesses (4:43)

Quotable Moments:

“I get super excited about things, and forget to give people the backstory.”

Links:
FunnelHackerRadio.com – http://funnelhackerradio.com/
FunnelHackerRadio.com/freetrial – http://funnelhackerradio.com/freetrial
FunnelHackerRadio.com/dreamcar – http://funnelhackerradio.com/dreamcar

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