In episode 54, Keetria talks with Simone Vincenzi, Co-Founder of GTEX. Simone is a High-Converting, Entertaining Trainer and Speaker. He works with businesses as a coach to help them grow and develop. Simone´s path wasn’t a straight path. Starting as a restaurant manager Simone molded his path to a life and business he loves. Simone shares how he made it as an entrepreneur with little initial knowledge about business.
- Introduction of guest Simone Vincenzi, Co-Founder of GTEX and Professional Development speaker.
- At age 22, Simone realized he had reached the top of what he was doing for the education he had.
- Although Simone worked in restaurant management his whole life he discovered his passion for coaching when he was 22. He quickly got a diploma in that area.
- Due to his young age, Simone would coach as a part of a larger organization. He started to speak at schools.
- Simone did a lot of shifts that were unpaid to gain experience.
- Simone talks about the lack of family support and difficult times that made him a stronger and better business owner.
- Simone puts more emphasis on the process than the results in personal development.
- It is about being proactive rather than reactive and finding solutions rather than problems.
- If you are waiting for things to be perfect, then it is never going to happen.
- If you want to really stand out as a speaker and make a name for yourself, always think about what makes me unique.
- Build your expertise and to prove that you are there walking, living, breathing embodiment of what you do.
3 Key Points:
- The path to running your own business is not “one size fits all.”
- The path to business is a series of ups and downs and people not believing in what you have to offer.
- If you want to be successful, get experience and eat, walk, and breathe what you are selling.
– “Everything was a challenge and an opportunity.” – Simone.
– “An adventure is an opportunity to become a better person.” – Simone.
– “Build your expertise and to prove that you are there walking, living, breathing embodiment of what you do because just because you attended today’s seminar for free.” –Simone.