34 min

19: Scaling Your Business to the Next Level with Ian Yearsley Gathering The Kings

    • Entrepreneurship

Join this conversation with Ian Yearsley. Ian owns a contracting business in North Dakota, where he primarily focuses on residential and a few commercial properties here and there. He has made seven-figure fortunes with new constructions, and he is here to share his success story, the lessons he has learnt, the mistakes he has made, and what you need to do to get past the six-figure as a business owner.
Tune in!


During this episode, you will learn about;
[00:49] Ian’s business industry
[02:40] Why the drive to keep growing is his motivation to keep moving
[03:27] Where his “sky is the limit” drive came from
[04:25] How his parents motivated his entrepreneurial journey
[06:40] How the failure of a sales experience could have affected his business success
[09:05] An exciting business story while growing up that has shaped his entrepreneurship
[12:07] His pivotal moment and taking the paradigm shift into business
[14:37] Mindset shift that skyrocketed him to his current position in the business
[16:16] Vetting your customers fast enough
[17:41] How and when should you say NO to deals
[18:48] A good business decision he has ever made
[22:48] His disciplined way of making good business decisions
[25:03] Rapid Fire Round
[25:25] #Happiness-The one metric he would track in the business forever
[26:54] #What book should a 6-figure business owner be reading
[27:21] #Does he mastermind with other entrepreneurs and its value?
[32:34] # If he lost it all today, what would he do?
[33:52] How you can reach out and connect with Ian
[34:48] Episode wrap up and calls to action


Notable quotes“It doesn't matter how bad the business is. You should be calling on someone new every day and do sales.”- Chaz Wolfe (Host).
“Success comes down to having the right people around you.” - Ian Yearsley.
“In entrepreneurship, your people are the most important part of your success puzzle. It’s not the sales or profits.” - Ian Yearsley.
“Having the wrong type of customers is like fighting a losing battle” - Ian Yearsley.
“Without time discipline, you will be pulled in all directions and never achieve anything.” - Ian Yearsley.



Resources MentionedAtomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones by James Clear: https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Habits-Proven-Build-Break/dp/0735211299 (https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Habits-Proven-Build-Break/dp/0735211299)





Let’s Connect!
Ian Yearsley
Facebook:
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-yearsley-257031222/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-yearsley-257031222/)




If you liked this episode, please SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and drop us a FIVE-STAR REVIEW. We appreciate you, and your support enables us to keep bringing you the goods on the show!

Join this conversation with Ian Yearsley. Ian owns a contracting business in North Dakota, where he primarily focuses on residential and a few commercial properties here and there. He has made seven-figure fortunes with new constructions, and he is here to share his success story, the lessons he has learnt, the mistakes he has made, and what you need to do to get past the six-figure as a business owner.
Tune in!


During this episode, you will learn about;
[00:49] Ian’s business industry
[02:40] Why the drive to keep growing is his motivation to keep moving
[03:27] Where his “sky is the limit” drive came from
[04:25] How his parents motivated his entrepreneurial journey
[06:40] How the failure of a sales experience could have affected his business success
[09:05] An exciting business story while growing up that has shaped his entrepreneurship
[12:07] His pivotal moment and taking the paradigm shift into business
[14:37] Mindset shift that skyrocketed him to his current position in the business
[16:16] Vetting your customers fast enough
[17:41] How and when should you say NO to deals
[18:48] A good business decision he has ever made
[22:48] His disciplined way of making good business decisions
[25:03] Rapid Fire Round
[25:25] #Happiness-The one metric he would track in the business forever
[26:54] #What book should a 6-figure business owner be reading
[27:21] #Does he mastermind with other entrepreneurs and its value?
[32:34] # If he lost it all today, what would he do?
[33:52] How you can reach out and connect with Ian
[34:48] Episode wrap up and calls to action


Notable quotes“It doesn't matter how bad the business is. You should be calling on someone new every day and do sales.”- Chaz Wolfe (Host).
“Success comes down to having the right people around you.” - Ian Yearsley.
“In entrepreneurship, your people are the most important part of your success puzzle. It’s not the sales or profits.” - Ian Yearsley.
“Having the wrong type of customers is like fighting a losing battle” - Ian Yearsley.
“Without time discipline, you will be pulled in all directions and never achieve anything.” - Ian Yearsley.



Resources MentionedAtomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones by James Clear: https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Habits-Proven-Build-Break/dp/0735211299 (https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Habits-Proven-Build-Break/dp/0735211299)





Let’s Connect!
Ian Yearsley
Facebook:
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-yearsley-257031222/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-yearsley-257031222/)




If you liked this episode, please SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and drop us a FIVE-STAR REVIEW. We appreciate you, and your support enables us to keep bringing you the goods on the show!

34 min