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How This Entrepreneur Made $600M Working 5hrs a Day with Trevor Blake | 600

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Trevor Blake is a serial entrepreneur and a New York Times bestseller who has gone from starting his business with a few hundred dollars to creating and successfully selling and exiting three companies for over $600M. He did this on his own and without spending more than a few hours a day working! 

Listen to this episode to hear more about Trevor’s story, how he was able to do it, and why having a balance is important for entrepreneurs! 

Key Talking Points of the Episode

[01:27] Invest with Secured Investment Corp!
[02:11] Who is Trevor Blake?
[03:20] What is Trevor’s background?
[06:21] What kind of mindset does Trevor have when it comes to money?
[08:26] What makes Trevor’s business model unique?
[09:50] What kind of businesses has Trevor set up?
[12:11] How do you tune in with your intuition?
[14:37] Why is intuition important in business?
[17:14] Why did Trevor decide to work 5-hour workdays?
[18:13] Why is it smarter to work shorter hours?

Quotables

“I changed that by just reading biographies. It’s not magical, I haven’t come up with anything creative or clever, I just copied what other people did.”

“I used a few hundred dollars to start it, but I used a unique business model. I call it the model of alliances.”

“Money comes in, but you have to let it work because it’s energy. If it’s not working, it’ll stagnate.”

”My best decisions have always been those instantaneous ones that always feel right.”

“Your anatomy proves that you can’t concentrate beyond two hours.”

“Every time you get distracted, it takes 35 minutes to get back on track, so what you end up doing is working all those hours, but the actual hours that were productive are very, very small.”

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