NBP002 – Entrepreneur Lifestyles & The Click Millionaire Mindset, with Scott Fox

by Chris C. Ducker · 20 comments

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Hi everyone – firstly, this is going out on Christmas Eve, so I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. The love and support you’ve shown to me, my work, my companies and my overall ‘mission’ here at the CD HQ over the last few months since launching has been unbelievable.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!

Following the first episode of the podcast, it’s my pleasure to publish this second session. I know you’ll enjoy it just as much! And, please let me know what you think in the comments below, okay?

As an entrepreneur, I am always looking to connect with other like-minded people that truly love doing what they do for a living. My guest in this episode of the New Business Podcast is one of those people!

Scott Fox has written a number of books, travels around the world speaking, runs several online businesses and simply oozes the entrepreneurial spirit – plus, he’s as smart as he is enthusiastic about the whole thing, too. I just love the guy!

In this episode, Scott and I sit down to talk about what makes us entrepreneurs tick. In the intro, I even go into the catalyst being me quitting my last ever job and moving into the entrepreneurial mindset. You’ll thoroughly enjoy the chat, and I’m sure it’ll get a lot of you thinking about where you want to be, going into the New Year, too.

In This Episode

  • How to truly act on an ‘idea’, and the first few steps to take.
  • How to internet has changed everything – and why you need to embrace it.
  • The importance of finding a balance between passion and profit.
  • Scott’s ‘Click Millionaire’ book and it’s Career Quadrants.
  • Why solving a problem has the most dramatic effect on your success.
  • How content marketing is going to completely change the business world.
  • Scott’s #1 tip to doing business in the new economy.
  • Much more!

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It’s hard to believe that the first real ‘lifestyle design’ book, The 4-Hour Workweek has been around 5-years, or so. What Scott’s done with Click Millionaires, however, has taken it to another level, I feel.

Everything from the aforementioned ‘Career Quadrants’, right the way down to the ‘Business Niche Identification Method’, it all game-changing stuff. I thoroughly suggest you check out what Scott is up to, along with the book and the online community he’s building around it’s success, too.

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What changes are YOU making going into the New Year, when it comes to the way you’ve been working, and how you’re now going to attack being the busy entrepreneur that you no doubt are? Comment below – I’d love to hear from you!

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{ 20 comments… read them below or add one }

Jim Harmer December 25, 2012 at 14:49

I subscribe to podcasts via dog catcher on android. This isn’t showing up in the search. What is the podcast rss URL?

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Chris C. Ducker December 26, 2012 at 13:28

Hi Jim

It’s still not even got it’s iTunes listing yet – must be a holiday thing, I think!

Anyway, the RSS is:

http://www.chrisducker.com/feed/podcast/

Thanks for the interest and you can expect to see it pretty much EVERYWHERE soon.

Cheers,

C

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Peter December 26, 2012 at 14:54

Great show Chris. Look forward to hearing your own story some time soon.

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Vicky December 26, 2012 at 17:59

Peter is right! Would definitely love to hear your story, Chris!

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Chris C. Ducker December 26, 2012 at 19:08

Haha. It’ll come – like all good things, to those that wait.

And it IS a really good story, too – especially the part where I almost went bankrupt after just 4-months in business, and what I had to DO to make sure it didn’t happen!!!

Stay tuned.

C

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Chris C. Ducker December 26, 2012 at 19:11

Appreciate the comment, Peter.

Yep – it’ll come… at some point.

C

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Dean Martin December 26, 2012 at 18:41

Chris,

I learn something so important today. Even in money-making game, I need to “dig in, dig deep and make things happen.”

Dean

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Chris C. Ducker December 26, 2012 at 19:04

Boom!

There you go, Dean. Thanks for commenting, man.

C

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Rick Resch December 27, 2012 at 11:54

Hey Chris,
I want to say that Scott Fox is an excellent guest and you are a great host. I listened to your first podcast too with Amy Porterfield and I think she is awesome too.
I don’t comment much because I don’t have much to say, but when I do, I want to say something that I can contribute to the group. I went to Sean Malarkey’s website that you had highlighted on the first podcast and I ran into a webinar with Michael Ellsberg, who has interviewed miilionaires and billionaires that are college dropouts. Since I’m a dropout myself who has been to a private art college, an university and a trade school and still doesn’t have a degree, I was very disappointed with the educational system. I returned to the real world very frustrated and angry because I couldn’t get nowhere with a full-time job that led to a dead end and was unhappy. I was a janitor that worked in an office building for awhile and was subcontracted out for a year because the building was in a receivership. It gave me a taste of having my own business and ever since then I’ve been working on being an entrepreneur.
I had my second business in blogging that I learned about from taking a course from Yaro Starak and I had that for about three to four years, and I am not good at writing, but sold the business on Flippa.com for a nominal amount. I learned again about something about myself and business.
Like you, I’ve had enough and I’m pissed. I’m never satisfied, and am always searching and looking for answers. I’ve bought numerous business packages and I found that I have to create my own business and valuable final product. I find the best way to learn is to read books and not spend the money on courses because they are cheaper.
I find the most successful entrepreneurs all have things in common: They write everything down; they take notes when reading a book, webinar, seminar, workshop etc., they read business books and autobiographies & biographies of successful entrepreneurs and business people, they go to seminars & workshops, and they have a team of assistants or workers like virtual assistants or an office, factory, etc. of workers.
I bought the book, “The Education of Millionaires” by Michael Ellsberg yesterday after running into listening to the webinar because he seems to have high-powered information and I will let you know what I think once I read it. I only follow the best of the best and that is why I follow you. I don’t want to follow losers because I don’t have time to mess around. I’m on a mission and that is to be a millionaire.
Never, ever become complacent and content, and always shoot for the stars!

Cheers,
Rick

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Chris C. Ducker December 27, 2012 at 22:33

Thank you, Rick.

You’re right, I believe you’ve commented twice, perhaps three times in the last three years. And they’ve always been interesting to read.

Your resilience is a sign that you will obviously become very successful in the future.

Keep working hard, stay true to yourself and rock on!!!

Look forward to perhaps a few more comments in the future.

Thanks for dropping by.

C

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Tim Hague December 27, 2012 at 13:38

Hi Chris,
I’m loving the podcast and Scott Fox’s books are what inspired me to finally start something on my own. He runs a great community at ClickMillionaires.com and inspires many to follow their dreams. I’m looking forward to your interview with Pat Flynn.
Best regards,
Tim

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Chris C. Ducker December 27, 2012 at 22:29

Awesome. Happy to hear you enjoyed the chat with Scott – you’re right, he’s doing some great stuff!

Stay tuned, Tim. Lots more around the corner…

C

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Scott Fox, Author of Click Millionaires December 28, 2012 at 02:28

Chris,
It was great spending time with you to record this show.
We covered lots of ground together and I hope your listeners enjoy the discussion.
Congratulations on the success of your new podcast!
Looking forward to much more in 2013!
Best,
Scott

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Chris C. Ducker December 28, 2012 at 11:06

Hi Scott

It was GREAT having you on the show. Thank you again for taking the time to chat!

I know that everyone out there that tuned into this episode simply MUST have walked away from it feeling energized about creating an entrepreneurial lifestyle they’re gonna love to live.

I know I am! :-)

Keep rockin, and see you soon.

C

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diamantis December 29, 2012 at 00:12

at least I was able to listen to the podcast .

I have to agree about the $1997 products . Ok , they are useful , but come on ! Way overpriced . I don’t think that anyone that starts a business needs a product like that.
There’s a lot of quality information you can find for free.
And in the end the problem it is not lack of information , it’s lack of focused and consistent action.

Have great holidays , be healthy and smile !

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Chris C. Ducker December 29, 2012 at 10:06

Diamantis, my man – Thank you fo the comment! And you’re right, there is PLENTY of ‘free’ information out there… or, on THIS WEBSITE, for example!
:-)

You make sure you have a killer holiday season, too, with your family.

I look forward to one day sharing some face to face time with you over coffee, my friend.

C

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diamantis December 30, 2012 at 15:50

it will be a honour chris . I am at your disposal .

happy new year to you and your family .

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Chris C. Ducker December 30, 2012 at 20:01

And the same to you, and yours, my friend.

Stay tuned.

C

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Jon Hawkins December 29, 2012 at 05:05

I like the part in the podcast about jumping out of the shower and writing your thought down….It’s the least you can do for yourself…to capture something that can potentially take you to the next level….i use a dry erase board and dry erase slate, also, i take phone pics of them to review later…

Great Podcast!!
Chris…You are a Thought/Done Leader..not just a “Thought Leader”…Which makes it much easier to follow you.

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Chris C. Ducker December 29, 2012 at 10:09

Hi Jon

Glad you enjoyed the podcast. This ‘dry erase slate’ thing – this is the second time I’ve heard of something like this in the last coming of weeks – what is it exactly? Amazon link?!

I’m also a photo snapper of white boards – do it DAILY – they sync automatically with my Dropbox folder via the ‘Cambox’ app on the iPhone, for when I go back to them in the future.

Thanks also for your kind words – I like the ‘Thought / Done’ concept, and I’m humbled you’d say something like that in your first comment here on the blog – thank you.

Looking forward to more.

C

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