295. Avoiding Failure at Launch, Removing Yourself from Your Business and Finding a Niche with Carl Taylor

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Creating a successful business takes a lot of hard work and planning. There is no such thing as luck in business and for those that think it’s simply a matter of being in the right place at the right time – you’re wrong.

Join Ronsley Vaz as he talks with some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs around the world, and picks their brain about doing what they love, navigating the challenges and anxieties of a self-made business and how to think outside the box. 

If you’ve ever wanted to start your own business — or maybe you already have one, and you love listening to like-minded professionals — this podcast is for you. 

Most people don’t start their journey as entrepreneurs until their adults. They’ve tried working ‘real jobs’, and discovered that it wouldn’t work for them. Carl Taylor, on the other hand, began his entrepreneurial journey when he was barely old enough to drive a car. 

Carl is a highly regarded entrepreneur and speaker who is regularly asked to speak at events across Australia and the United States on topics of Entrepreneurship, Online Marketing and Personal Growth. He is involved in a number of businesses, one of these is Automation Agency, a service that makes online marketing easy for Coaches & Consultants’.

On the latest episode of Bond Appetit, Carl shares with us his interesting perspectives on business — what success means, how to overcome self-doubt and everything in between. It’s a great listen for any entrepreneur. If you’re looking for guidance, a boost to your mindset or love to hear about what makes humans tick, you don’t want to miss this episode.

We also discuss: 

  • The difference between prolific and perfect
  • How to keep your product from failing to launch
  • Why people usually over complicate their business ideas
  • What natural market research looks like 
  • Why removing ‘you’ from your business should be your goal
  • What it means to be a ‘generalist’ in business
  • How Carl went from feeling lost to finding his niche 

Links: 

Automation Agency
Carl Taylor – website
Carl Taylor – LinkedIn
Carl Taylor – Facebook
Car Taylor – Twitter

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