09 Aug Christian Chasmer – Systems to help you DO more! [& sleep better too]
In this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast, Mitch Matthews talks with Christian Chasmer, a young entrepreneur who has already built two successful companies by the age of 25. While in university, he built a franchise from $0 to $1.2 million in annual revenue. Now he co-owns a real estate investment company that has grown to $6.5 million revenue annually. He’s also the author of the best-selling book Lose the Limits. The secret to his success lies in the systems he uses for both his personal life and his business.
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But repeatable success is not.
Even in the short time Christian Chasmer has been an entrepreneur, he’s proven that he can repeat his early success. From building a successful franchise while in university to now co-owning a quickly growing real estate investment company.
On this DREAM THINK DO episode, Christian reveals the systems behind his success and what keeps him ultra productive each day.
And when you’re running a $6.5 million company, you need to be on your game all the time.
If you’re looking for systems that you can put into place in your own life or in your business to break through your limits, live with less stress, DO more and rest more too… check out this episode.
You’ll walk away with simple systems that you can use immediately that will boost your ability to accomplish your goals.
In this episode, you will…
- Hear about how to optimize your personal effectiveness
- Gain insight into the importance of visualization for achieving your dreams
- Learn systems to optimize your mornings and your evenings
- Learn best systems to keep your business growing
- Learn about the importance of tracking data for your company’s success
Lose the Limits
Michael McCaffertyPosted at 15:36h, 18 August
Well done, Christian!
We have a lot in common,
and looking forward to meeting up soon.
This is an interesting website, Mitch.
Your “Dream – Think – Do” is a lot like my ThinkPlanDoRepeat.com ideas.
All the best!
Mitch MatthewsPosted at 16:09h, 18 August
Thanks Michael! Christian did an awesome job. Glad you enjoyed the interview. Thanks for the kind words too! It sounds like we have some complimentary ideas. That’s awesome! People need it. Keep up the great work! All the best to you too! – Mitch