Today’s guest is Paul Hutchings who is a full time father of 4 and a super dad completed by his beautiful wife Corene.
I’m excited to have Paul aka “Mr. Think and Grow Rich” on the show and to be interviewing him for you because he’s one of the most transformational personal development trainers I’ve ever met or worked with.
Paul is an incredible communicator, I’ve seen him speak life into audiences of thousands of people at live events.
Which leaves me with spirit bumps each time because his message truly resonates with my core.
I have now been dear friends with Paul Hutchings for about 4 years.
I’ve witnessed him rise up to the top within the personal development / home business space starting from the very bottom.
How did your journey as an entrepreneur all begin?
Paul did not like the corporate world, or being in a lil’ itty bitty boxes with limitations especially when they don’t believe in you.
This caused him to look outside the box.
He Started with 40K in debt after he left college and then got introduced to network marketing which he found as a solution to his problems.
Big Reason Why:
Experiencing what he didn’t want in life caused him to have a burning desire for freedom.
The desire to be able to be a good dad and spend more time with his kids and actually be there for his children.
Paul was building a successful network marketing vitamin deal then the owner decided to cut 2/3rd’s of his pay along with all the other leaders.
Weirdest Breakthrough Experience:
The book “Think and Grow Rich“, restored his faith helping him tweak his mindset then Paul discovered Internet marketing.
“Cherish your dreams and visions as they are the children of your soul, the blueprint of your ultimate reality.” – Napoleon Hill
Recommended Business Resource:
Think and Grow Rich Morning Mindset Call Mondy-Friday @ 9am EST
Visit http://growrichaudios.com to plug in for free.
Rich Dad Poor Dad – by Robert Kiyosaki
The best way to connect with Paul Hutchings:
Paul’s Personal Blog – http://PaulHutchings.net
If you had 100% certainty that you could not fail, what would you accomplish?
Looking forward to reading your comments down below.