It comes as no surprise that most men have a desire to stand out from the pack as a man of credibility and authority. I call it influence and, the more of it you have with others, the more effective and successful you will be in your life.
Today, I am joined by my friend, Bert Sorin, to talk about how to stand out as the man. He’s a man I’ve respected immensely since I met him a little over a year ago and someone who stands out as the type of man I’m referring. We get into the “x-factor,” adding value in all of your interactions, matching your actions with your words, and how to stand out as a man among men.
“Guarding relationships is like playing poker with scared money. It doesn’t work. You never do any good because you’re always holding back. ” Tweet That— Bert Sorin
Gents, today I am joined by repeat guest and friend, Bert Sorin.
Bert is the President and CEO of Sorinex. I know you’ve been hearing me talk about them for some time now since I was introduced to him and Sorinex about this time last year.
Bert is a former Division 1 Track and Field All-American and an Olympics Trial athlete. And, what he learned in sports, he has now translated to running this incredible leader in strength and exercise equipment.
And, it’s not only about their equipment. I had the privilege of attending their annual event, SummerStrong, and I can tell you that the culture they’ve created within the organization and movement is a sight to behold. And, because of that, I thought Bert and I needed to sit down for round 2 to talk about standing out. Enjoy.
“The balance of excellence is knowing how to shift gears.” Tweet That— Bert Sorin
- Defining the X-Factor
- Finding relevance
- Adding value to your tribe
- Developing social skills
- Having the right motives
- Protecting your “magic”
- Letting go of expectations
- Watching the tide come in
- Scaling forward
- Your value proposition
- Dissociating from your activities
- Building your fortress
- Playing to win
“Developing confidence is finding wins. While you’re finding wins, you’re hunting for weaknesses. ” Tweet That— Bert Sorin
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is something along the lines of “How do I get my life back on track?” I wish there was an easy answer. There isn’t. But, there is a simple one.
It’s called the Battle Plan and it’s a system I’ve been developing over 10 years to take control of my health, relationships, bank account, this movement, and my life in general.
If you’ve been listening to the podcast over the past month, you’ve heard me talk about the Order of Man Maine event (held August 10th-11th). Among the like-minded men you’ll meet, the challenges we’ll participate in, and the activities we have planned, you’ll be working on your own Battle Plan to accomplish more in the next 90 days than you potentially have all year.
If you know you’re meant for more but haven’t found the systems and tools to maximize your potential, join us August 10th-11th in Maine for an event designed to give you the network and framework to take complete sovereignty over your life.
Head to www.orderofman.com/maineevent to lock in your seat.
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