Foolish Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Your Time, Income & Mobility – FA174

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Tim Shares His Approach To Coaching, Consulting & Life Balance…

In this week’s show we’ve got a bit of a role-reversal, as regular co-host Lain Ehmann sits down to grill our host Tim Conley on how he does what he does, and what brought him here in the first place.

With a little help from Lain, Tim is going to run us through how exactly he structures his work-life balance, as well as his key philosophies as a business consultant and coach. There’s a huge amount to take away from this one and hearing Tim’s approach to business should prove hugely valuable for any entrepreneur.

You’ll learn why it’s so critical to focus on the ‘why’ rather than the ‘how’ in entrepreneurship, how you can benefit from coaching (or not!), and most of all how to maximize your T.I.M.

The T.I.M. Equilibrium…

  • How Tim incorporates the T.I.M. framework into his own life.
  • Why focusing on money isn’t always the answer.
  • What makes a company attractive to work with.
  • Differences in dealing with solo entrepreneurs vs. a company.
  • Coaching and consulting. What’s the difference?
  • Why Tim is making it hard for you to give him money.

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Enjoy Your Foolish Adventure.

You can check out Part 2 of the T.I.M. & Tim Story.

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  • Another great show Tim

    What I got out of the podcast today

    1. Life balance is always influx –

    Too much work and wonder why you’re in business.

    Too much leisure time and you start stressing about where the next dollar is coming from, and therefore no longer enjoying the peace that having a fun time should provide.

    2. Don’t forget about your existing customers, they might have not finished buying from you. They are far cheap to maintain and than to find new customers.

    3. Do everything you possible can before calling Tim.

    Regards
    Mike

    • Yeah man, sometimes you have past customers that you didn’t leave on a great terms with (like you didn’t have time to respond to their e-mail and months passed) and you’re not willing to contact them. DO IT. I have done so on many occasions. Like 90% of the time they’re grateful that you got in touch again and are forgiving as they remember you are the expert they need. Worst case scenario: they’re just say they’re not interested anymore.

  • This was really inspiring to hear. And I can actually see how Tim is progressing in his TIM framework, mobilitywise. I remember the old episodes when it was work, work, work. Lately there’s finally been some business traveling – by motorcycle and 2 times to Asia. You can tell this guy knows what he’s talking about when the life improvements are right in front of you. Plus, you can see he actually “eats his own dog food” and it pays. Keep it up, Tim!

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  • Ian at Love Affair Travel

    I love that you end with “Start with Why.” That’s the key to the whole entrepreneurship thing. It’s all about starting with why.

    Thanks for putting this out there. I’ve listened on and off for about a year now and I love to watch the continuous evolution of the show.

  • suggestion / request: i listen to this in the background while doing other work. i don’t listen actively, and then I only catch the tail end of something when my brain says, wait, that was interesting. but i am too much in the flow to hit the rewind button, there isn’t one in the web page anyway, just play & pause, so it would be helpful to me, and maybe others too, if you could have someone create extracts of important points and make them into short soundbite snippets with unique links. that way we could jump to that snippet and replay it, and it would also give you the added bonus of having more content for people to share, by linking to 1 specific sound bite, snippet, instead of the entire long program, which most Entrep / workers won’t have to time listen to the full program when following a link.

  • bingbingwa

    What I got out of the podcast today: no specifics