Apr 21, 2020
Speaker, author, and entrepreneur, David Meltzer is not only providing people with value, but is on a mission to bring happiness to one billion people. Being in the middle of a crisis with COVID-19, many people are starting to question what to do in their businesses and if they should give up altogether. David is encouraging you to pivot in your business instead of quitting. As the co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing, former CEO of the Leigh Steinberg Agency (the inspiration for Jerry Maguire!), top 100 business coach, executive producer of Elevator Pitch, host of top entrepreneur podcast, The Play Book, Variety magazine’s Sports Humanitarian of the Year, and Ellis Island award winner, David knows what it means to launch a business and stick with it. Once driven by money, David is now passionate about being happy, making others happy and is sharing how you can do the same.
It’s time to start empowering people to empower people!
What we’re talking about
How Do You Know When To Let Go Of A Business Idea?
In short, you shouldn’t let go of a business idea. David says business is evolutionary, not revolutionary, therefore you should simply pivot. Constant pivot will create expansion and acceleration in your business. Pivoting along with being persistent every day will for negative energies and obstacles out of your way. What you see as failure and mistakes are actually the expansion, growth and skill development that you are acquiring. David reminds us that knowledge will only occur when you ask for help and that it happens over time.
Learning To Love What You Do
It is possible to take whatever you are doing right now and learn to love doing it. David shares how we all have the ability to change our mindset which will change our lives. One of the tools David uses is to work on what you are paying attention AND intention to because it equals the coincidences that you will experience. Coincidences stem from perspectives and mindsets and you must clear the interference of what you’re already connected to in order to make room for what you love doing. You get to decide what you enjoy doing and how much value you want to provide. Ask yourself what you can get done out of importance, not urgency.
How Happiness Is A Contagious Virus That Needs To Be Spread
We may be seeing the coronavirus in the news, but David reminds us that there is another virus out there…called happiness. Happiness is the most powerful virus and can be spread by witnessing it. It’s contagious. Happiness has unlimited capability of power and allows you to impact others to impact others to make people happy.
How will you spread the happiness virus and create a positive impact?
Text David at (949) 298-2905