Seeing a future where there is only success for the business and the clients is a big image for our minds to filter. But with this mental conditioning, entrepreneurs can see the future the way they are programming the outcome so that the mind can represent it as something being done in actual reality. And with this belief of visualizing success, Logan Christopher of Lost Empire Herbs believes that entrepreneurs can bring clients to their doors. Learn more of Logan’s mental conditioning and how this visualization method became a big part of his life and his business.
Visualizing Success Affects Your Way Of Doing Business with Logan Christopher
My guest is a business expert who runs what I would call an unconventional company. He sells herbs. I know what some of you are thinking. No, he’s not a drug dealer. He has systematically tested individual and highly-concentrated herbs and herbal mixtures on himself, and probably a lot of his friends as well. Over the last ten years, he’s built a powerhouse, seven-figure company focused on solving problems for his clients., welcome to the show.
Thanks for having me, Mitch. I’m excited to be here.
I’m so glad you are. I love your website. It’s like of a bit of an encyclopedia. I actually got lost onas I just paged through so many of the different things that you offer. Clearly, this has evolved over time. You’ve been doing this for ten years. Let’s go back to the beginning. Tell us the story of how you started the company and why you started the company.
Before Lost Empire Herbs came to be that was only about five years ago, my first business, and the business is still running to this day, is. I really got interested in fitness and strength training. I wasn’t naturally strong or athletic. I was the proverbial 98-pound weakling entering high school. I played football but I was never really good at it. It was right after high school I learned about body weight exercises and what you could do beyond push-ups and squats and sit-ups and those things. I started to actually see some success with that.
From there, that led to kettlebells and then that led to, which I can certainly talk more about. I just really got involved in these things and wanted to become great at doing them so that’s what I set out to do. I was also looking for a career at the time so I became a personal trainer. Then that transitioned to an online business there.
I can see how that transition would happen. I think there is a primary reason you wanted to get strong as a 98-pound weakling. What was it? Why don’t you tell us what that really was?
I went through a dark period in high school where I had no friends and didn’t really like myself and all this. With strength training, what I found once I started to go this unconventional route and started to see results with it, I was building up my body and at the same time I was building up my confidence. With fitness, that was the first thing where I realized I had self-control. I could change something about myself that I could begin to become strong and achieve these skills that I was not able to do, whereas I didn’t really have that before. For me, it was the foundational piece that allowed me to build my confidence, which then was very important for going into business for myself …
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