Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talked about…
- Who is the Clark Kent, When It Comes to Jas Takhar? [00:01:57]
- Why You Should Not Compare Yourself with Others [00:07:20]
- What Helps Him Achieve Over 180 Transactions in a Year? [00:14:18]
- How Did He First Learn About Building Relationships? [00:21:57]
- Why You Should Sort People Instead of Trying to Convince Them [00:28:49]
- One Thing He Wishes He Had Implemented Sooner to Accelerate His Journey? [00:38:28]
- Where to Find Jas Takhar? [00:46:34]
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
In this episode, Casanova talks with Jas Takhar. They talk about how comparing yourself with others can be harmful, why you should not hide behind your insecurities and focus on your strengths, how content creation was a game changer for him, and how you can create 15-20 pieces of content per day.
- I'm [like] just a kid. I want to try stuff. I'm very, very curious. I like to find out about how, like how much can I personally do? How much can I push this [my brain].
- [Lockdown] was tough for me for the first two, three months. Like we stayed home and for me that was tough. Like, yeah, I was with my wife and kids, but I also needed to be around more people, because I love to be around people.
- “So, me, the Clark Kent in me is really just being that big kid, having a lot of fun and being curious…”
- “I think at the core of everything, we all just want to get that inner kid, back out of us but sometimes we just lose that…” – Casanova Brooks
- “If you're watching or listening, be okay with the process and understand A; it's not fair to yourself to compare to us right now, and B; it's also an insult because we've put in the reps …”
- “Once I realized, like I'm just going to put all my insecurities, I took that route. I'm not going to hide my insecurities. I'm going to put them out because I am hoping to inspire someone that will take it to the next level…”
- “The comparison game is the thief of all joy and success…”
- I think the easiest way to get over comparing yourself to others is just realizing that for the rest of your life, people will always have more than you. For the rest of your life, people will always have less than you.
- “Once you come to that realization that you can only control what's in your circle, now you got power…”
- “I think most people try to fix their weaknesses and they're hitting singles and doubles when they can hit home runs and grand slams just by focusing on their strengths…”
- “I decided that I'm going to design my, my business around my life, not the other way around…”
- “Why not just focusing on the 90 to 98% of people that will actually use the services of an agent but make it easy on them by educating them first, then seeing if they actually need your product or service…”
- “You want to be the most interesting person in the room. Just be the most interested person in the room and people will start to connect with you…”
- You're never really trying to convince somebody; you're just ‘sorting’ to see if they are ready.
- “I produce all levels of content, video, audio, and the written word, because I think it's that important, all of them because you allow other people to make the decision on how they consume content…”
- How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
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