Brendon Burchard asks: “Did I live? Did I Love? Did I Matter?”

Below is a video of Brendon Burchard, author of The Millionaire Messenger, founder of Experts Academy, and a good personal friend of mine.  In the video posted below, Brendon talks about what it means to be a “messenger” and the top 10 areas you must focus on to become successful and make money doing it.

This video is short, engaging, and packed with incredibly valuable information. Watch Brendon Burchard’s Video Below:


Top 10 Focus Areas for Becoming a Millionaire Messenger:

1. Claim Your Topic

What are you going to be an expert in? What do you know or do better than anyone else? What’s your niche?

2. Pick Your Audience

Who do you want to serve? You must narrow down your audience.

3. Discover Your Audience’s Needs

What are their biggest needs? Struggles? Frustrations? Challenges?

4. Define Your Story

Why are you credible? Why are you an expert?

5. Create Your Solution

Why is what you have to offer the “solution” to your audience’s needs?

6. Put up a Website

What online space are you going to use to provide/post your expertise for your audience to consume?

7. Campaign Your Programs

Don’t promote them. What sort of value are you going to provide for programs, and then campaign them around?

8. Get Promotional Partners

You can only do so much and get your message out to so many people. You have to get partners, affiliates, like minded people and companies to promote your message too.

9. Post Free Content

Create and give away valuable content.

10. Focus on Value, Distinction, and Service


For more information on how to make money with your message, go to: Millionaire Messenger

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  • http://firstindependentbankgdtk.posterous.com/ Hulda

    ome genuinely good stuff on this webpage , I savor it.

  • Archan Mehta

    Brian,

    Thanks for posting these valuable tips.
    At the moment, I am busy with article marketing in order to establish myself as a thought leader. However, it will take time to become an expert, but I am putting my name out there just as you have suggested. Hopefully, people will read my articles and find them useful. Articles should be targeted to identify some problem and offer a solution. Readers are looking for such articles. It should enhance their educational experience and help improve their performance on the job. Therefore, I appreciate your timely reminder. Have a good one, best wishes.

  • http://www.holistic-mindbody-healing.com Val

    Hi Brian,
    Thanks for summarizing the tips here. They are very helpful for helping focus on where I want to head with a talk I have coming up and how I want to focus the message I’ll be bringing on my site. Thanks again. Val

  • Cani

    I can’t watch the vedio but still learn from the post.Thank you Mr Tracy.

  • Brent

    Interesting video, no question. But how many business books have the “10 best XX to do this?” Good to Great did the same thing with companies but the book “The Halo Effect” proved a lot of their findings to be wrong. I’m just not convinced there are 10 simple steps, etc. that applies to everyone. It would be nice to see a business book nowadays that tackles these questions from a different angle.

  • http://frederickpearce.com/multimilliondollar.html Frederick Pearce

    Super video! Brendon Burchard is the Man! While every step is important, I especially like the simplicity of #1 – Claim Your Topic. I find so many people underestimate what they know. We are all so very, very talented – hugely talented, and it does not serve anyone to hide that talent. So, Brendon has it right – Claim your topic! Thank you, Brian, for bringing this to us.

  • http://twitter.com/RyanBiddulph Ryan Biddulph

    Hi Brian,

    Thanks for sharing immense value with post.

    Brendon is spot on. #7 is a biggie: forget the promotion. Instead, create value through your programs and campaign. There’s a huge difference between promotion and campaigning.

    #8 is all about networking and leveraging your presence. You can’t do it on your own, you need to reach out to like-minded people and together you can form a prospering partnership.

    Thanks again for sharing and have a powerful day!

    RB

  • http://www.mikemeikle.com Mike Meikle

    Good tips sir. I think the problem that most folks have is that they get overwhelmed with all the things they have to do to move forward. I know that I have struggled to maintain the motivation and focus to develop my Personal Brand, especially finding “Promotional Partners”. If you are in the early stages of developing your Expert business model, many established firms and individuals won’t give you the time of day. So finding a group that will nurture your goals would be key.

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