How Entrepreneur Alex Schlinsky Went From Being Broke To Building A 6-Figure Coaching Company

    There is a certain time where you just have to stop feeling sorry for yourself and do something about your situation. Many people don’t actually succeed in doing this, they actually don’t even start at all. That is not the case for Alex Schlinsky. Schlinsky was dead broke at one point and almost gave up but he knew he couldn’t, so he pushed forward until he finally reached success. Schlinsky is now the founder of Prospecting On Demand which is a company specializing in helping coaches, consultants, and agency owners implement the systems and strategies necessary to scale their company.

    Schlinsky has helped over 125 entrepreneurs build their own 6-figure companies and he is also a renowned Business Coach, Entrepreneur, and Speaker. Here is what Schlinsky is working on and a few tips he would give to others.

    If someone would want to emulate your career, what would you suggest are the most important things to do?

    Follow these mottos: 

    1. Actions Over Outcome 
    2. The only competition is yourself. 1% better every day 
    3. Productivity & Perseverance are the keys to success 4. Simplify everything

    If you want to become a digital entrepreneur, understand the following 4 core tenets to your business: 

    1. Prospecting 
    2. Sales 
    3. Delivery/Fulfillment 
    4. Productivity

      Clarify your goals/know your finish line, specializing in an industry, build a tribe/audience organically, simplify everything, create prestige packages instead of fighting for the bottom of the barrel.

    Be aware of your obstacles: Overwhelm, information overload, freelancer trap, superman syndrome, imposter syndrome, lack of systemization, and so on. For example, at the current moment, Alex is also working on his SaaS program for lead-generation: Prospecting In A Box and his mentorship program. In order to be able to run multiple businesses at once, you must be aware of the ideals that will push you forward vs the ones that will hold you back.

    Your time is the greatest, most-valuable resource and you can’t get time back. To execute at the highest level, you have to understand the full gravity of time and the consequences of wasting it. It’s important to prioritize your life and business in a way that alines with your values.

    Alex, I know this is not an easy job. What drives you?

    My definition of success above is what drives me. Those are my pillars.
    The No. 1 driver is to help entrepreneurs develop systems that remove them as the key drivers of their business because of my Dad’s near-death experience over a decade ago. 

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