How Eric went from 5k/m to 30k/m by shifting his identity


In today’s interview we have Eric Eliah who runs a performance coaching business, where he helps his clients reach peak health so that they can show up to their businesses better.

Eric joined us on October 2020, around the 5k/m mark in his business and he was able to use the principles in the program to master his internal world and scale to 30k/m!

Here’s what we discuss:

  • Eric’s entrepreneurial journey & how he got started
  • Massive action vs smart action; how he made the shift
  • The big struggle: why Eric hit a revenue barrier
  • Being attached to the outcome + learning to let go
  • The main tools from the program that helped Eric “unattach”
  • What happened as a result of “unattachment”
  • Struggling to achieve goals vs achieving them with ease – how he did it
  • How Eric truly became a different person & what happened as a result

Hope this was helpful!

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Quazi (00:00):
Hi guys, welcome to a brand new episode of client interviews. Today. We have Eric Alaya from Sweden. Eric has actually coached me in my performance and he’s helped me, you know, get better sleep and improve my performance. Uh, for many of you see that I wear a ring sometimes like a, like a black ring that’s obnoxious. It looks like it could be something out of this universe. It’s an aura ring that I use to measure my sleep. I use it a lot more before, but now it’s a lot less because you know, I’ve already dialed things in and I’m consistent with it, but that was all thanks to Eric. You know, he taught me how to sleep, better, eat better. And as a result, improve my performance. But Eric has also joined us in the program and the reality mastery program. When did you join us? Ben?
Eric (00:44):
I joined, uh, back in, uh, October of 2020,
Quazi (00:49):
October of 2020. Okay. So Eric joined us right around the 5k MOC. And in, I think a couple of months ago, Eric had his biggest month ever. He did 30 K month. So he went from doing 5k to now, consistently doing around 20 to 30 K a month in his business and just scaling up. So, Eric, I just wanted to hand it over to you, man, just to do a quick intro. Tell us a little bit about yourself. You know, anything I might’ve missed, of course,
Eric (01:17):
Pleasure and, uh, happy to be here. Thank you for letting me on here. And my journey started back in late 2019, where I got into the online space and it’s been a roller coaster to be honest. And this program helped me so much with controlling the internal state, because like so many entrepreneurs don’t realize that, you know, entrepreneurship and like your business journey is just a journey of self discovery and you always needing to master yourself, master emotion, master having control over yourself. And I honestly think it’s very hard to get into the online space and getting to entrepreneurship without being able to have a stable foundation within that. So yeah, I’m happy to share everything I’ve learned and everything that the reality mastery program helped me with along the way. And obviously the results speak for themselves and yeah, no, I’m happy to be.
Quazi (02:15):
It’s so interesting that you say that men, that the journey is internal because like most people who are like, they’re either fully into spirituality, right. Or they’re fully into business and they don’t give a about mindset and spirituality. There’s no balance between the two. So people who are fully into spirituality think money’s evil, businesses are bad and they want to go up to like the mountains and meditate all day. And people who are fully into business have no concern for their health or anything. They’re just like trying to make the most money as they can. Right now this month, they want to hit the biggest thing right now. And they just want to, like, it’s like they’re living, right. They don’t think about the longer term about their health or the consequences of their actions. Right. But when you get a marriage of the both, that’s when beautiful things start happen, you get fulfillment out of it.
Quazi (03:00):
And you start to like reap the rewards of this internal journey, right? Because like, for me, at least I’ve seen that when I’ve started to look at this, this whole journey of entrepreneurship as an internal journey, not an external one about getting money or getting this and getting that. And I’ve seen that I’ve become more and more fulfilled in the process, in the journey rather than achieving some results. Like when I hit my first a hundred K a month, I was like, Oh, that’s it great. I was more fulfilled in the process of getting dev, like improving things of coaching clients. You know what I mean?
Eric (03:30):
Definitely, definitely. And I can straight up before jumping on, I’ve always cared about my health because I have a background in soccer here in Sweden, but mindset wise, I never thought that I never thought that I get into some Wu, some spirituality, a mindset on that deep level and your program was my entry to that whole space. And now today, compared to back then, before I joined, I was only thinking like, how can I make more money? How can I only thinking about the external stuff? Why isn’t it going my way I’m doing the right things, blah, blah, blah, this and that. And your course really led me into exploring the spiritual side of myself, which I’m still exploring today and getting better with, but also mastering my internal world and understanding that what’s right. What, what, what I have within myself and how I control myself on a day-to-day basis will very often get, um, reflected into my business and what I do everyday in life.
Eric (04:28):
And I saw this in my personal life and I saw it within business and every area of my life. And especially with there’s one big topic as an entrepreneur, I see a lot of men, a lot of entrepreneurs, super attached to the outcomes. And I was super attached. I was super attached to every single thing within my business. And one big, big thing we can maybe touch upon that later was that your program really taught me how to let go. And not only within business, honestly like my personal life as well has dramatically become a lot better. And just an overall more quality life by learning the principles that is within the program, the content was priceless. I love to hear it.
Quazi (05:14):
So let me ask you this. What was, um, how did you find out about reality Marsha? You know, how, what was your journey like beforehand that and why did you make the decision to even join?
Eric (05:26):
So I found out about reality mastery, I think even before me and you, you started working when we worked on your sleep and performance, um, by a couple of friends in the industry, I don’t know exactly, but your name popped up. Um, and back then, when you’re, I think YouTube was a lot less subscribers than now. I started watching YouTube videos back then. So even before me and you started working together, um, and then in my mind, you know, I’m in the online space, I see a lot of people, lot of entrepreneurs, a lot of people that works on mindset and it’s a very, like, like big, big industry to work in. And I just saw you consistently putting out good, good videos on YouTube, great results. Like back then you solved the problems I had for the day-to-day life. Just, just from your YouTube.
Eric (06:15):
Right. So I felt when I hopped on the call with you, and one of the biggest reasons why I hopped on the call was like, you’ve helped me so much with your YouTube channel. So I just feel like I want to get into the deeper things I want to get into more, but that content that is out there already just shows that, okay, whatever is within this program is so like, it’s go is golden, right? Because you could change lives with only that content that was out on YouTube. And that’s what happened with me as well. Right. I hope that answered the question.
Quazi (06:45):
Sure, man. Yeah. So I think the content was like a big part of it for you that kind of got you hooked in. And I totally understand that too, because there’s just so much stuff out there. Right. So I’m also kind of curious to know, I’m sure you’ve come across so many other mindset coaches, so many other mindset, people, you know, why reality mastery over the competition? I would, I would actually be curious to know that,
Eric (07:09):
Um, honestly it was the biggest thing was probably the results that re Valerie mastery I had garden. Um, and the entrepreneurs you had worked with, but it also just seeing like eight, nine months period of you just putting out 20 minute videos on YouTube, that basically only those changed my life. Right. And so that’s also a big one. Um, and yeah, that’s probably the two main ones. And obviously being within the online space, you see a lot of people and you kind of start to compare them together with, I know, which is you. And it’s like, no, no one goes into the depth like you do on your, on your content and on your, on your paid program as well,
Quazi (07:56):
Making me blush men, making me.
Eric (08:01):
Quazi (08:01):
Okay. Okay. So there’s that, but the other aspect of it too is you mentioned that you were in the mindset of, okay, tactic, tactic, tactic strategy, strategy strategy. How can I make more money? How can I make more money? How can I make more money, right. How do you go from that? And being so focused on the material to now, you know, what made you make that one 80 and think, you know what, right now, the problem that I’m experiencing, the only way to get to that next level I see is through the internal change. What led you to that realization?
Eric (08:34):
Because I had been in the game and online gaming with my business for awhile and been on the same spot, right. For quite a time. And I had your voice in my head from YouTube saying, Lee, you need to learn to let go. You need to learn to become more conscious of what goes on in your life, raise awareness and of these principles. And when I joined, essentially the thought was okay, if I’m going to do this, I’m going to do this to a hundred percent. I’m going to commit. I’m going to make sure, like, because I I’m a firm believer in that, you know, become the client. And that’s just one thing. The mirror principle, for example, that you taught teachers in the program is just big. But if I want to attract a client and how do I want that client to be like, right.
Eric (09:18):
So I gave the program a hundred percent commitment and I just thought, he’s the mentor. I’m going to learn from him. And really, I just committed to it all and committed to doing something I’ve never done. I’ve never thought about being more conscious. I’ve never thought about how attached I am to things. I’ve never thought about how good I can control my emotions or how aware I can be in my day-to-day life. Right. But what that program made was it gave a one 82, all of those aspects. Like it feels like everything that happens to my life today before something bad happens. I already know it because I feel conscious and aware of it. So I know what to do before. So it’s just, now I’m talking about the results more, but it’s just a quality life in general compared to before.
Quazi (10:06):
Right. And that’s awesome to hear too. So if you look at your, let’s look at your internal state before, you know, before you joined the program, because I think you’d been in the entrepreneurial journey for slightly less than a year. Like you’re fairly new to this even. Cause I think last year was your full year of being an entrepreneur, right?
Eric (10:26):
Yeah. Yeah. I joined, um, consulting accelerator in February 20, 20.
Quazi (10:32):
Okay. February 20th. Oh, so you know, you basically started entrepreneurship. I mean, I don’t know what you’re doing before that maybe you, you tried some things.
Eric (10:41):
No, I didn’t basically I had, I was trying to figuring out for two months and then I joined accelerator in February.
Quazi (10:48):
Yeah. So you were in February till October in the you’d gotten good results, but what, what was life like then? You know, let’s say before reality mastery from, you know, February, till October, and now from October till, you know, it’s April now, what was your internal state like? You know, even the person that you were back then,
Eric (11:10):
I’ve uh, I’ve let the highs of my business takes so much control of me that when the low came, when the lowest came, it, it killed me. It completely killed me. And my, I developed an ego as my business grew as well, which is funny because it wasn’t even a lot of money compared to now. And back then it was so many, like, that’s a very hard question. I I’d had, I’d make a checklist on that, on how many things that, that I, I had problems with internally, but I had an ego. I was attached to every single thing that happened. Whereas to now everything just flows better in my life. And not only business in personal life as well. Like back then, I would spend so much time on my business. I would not hang out with friends, friends. I would be so strict.
Eric (12:01):
I’d be like, this is the grind. This is the hustle. Now I’m living, I’m living a more quality life where I have set times where I work at my business and then I just let go and I have fun and I enjoy it. And I reached my goals. Right. It’s yeah. People always think you need to grind and work hard and suffer. And that’s, I’m a, I’m a, I’m a perfect example of that because I thought that I needed to suffer in order to reach my goals. Whereas now it’s just goes with the flow and I’m getting better and better.
Quazi (12:33):
I want to know what changed that for you? Like how do you go from that mindset of, I truly believe I need to suffer and kill myself and hurt myself in order to get results in my business, in my life too. You know what? I don’t need to do any of this. You know, it can be fun. And at the same time you can make profit, you can make money while having fun. How do you go from that mindset to this? Like what really changed that for you?
Eric (12:58):
The, the program and the, uh, contact with you being on the Q and a calls with you as well. And just, you know, you’re showing up and answering me when I’m needed, when I need help in different situations. Right? So the program itself, I felt like I went in with the mindset that I’m going to commit to this 100%. And when I did that, it was like, it was like a full ecosystem that gets adapted to your life and your whole life changed and not only on one area and all different areas as well. So it’s, it was really a game changer, just the program, but then also me deciding to commit in the beginning because a lot of people join coaching programs and take coachings and think that, you know, they don’t have to do anything. And the coaching program would solve it for them.
Eric (13:46):
No, you need to show up and commit. Right. So it was that, and it was that contact with you that I had with the situations that happened for me. And you guided me through them and told me what to do and the Q and A’s and the recordings of people’s Q and A’s showing up on a Q and a call with someone who has a similar problem, and that solves it for me, or just directly asking you all of that together, uh, with time also, it didn’t happen, you know, in three weeks, but look at it now, when I actually take a look and look at the progress of the last six months since joining the program, it’s a completely different meat, right? And I learned so much along the way, and I just found myself now that I look back at quarter one of 20, 21, not only have I set up the person who I want to become, but I’ve actively taken the decisions, making the decisions, make, taking the actions that I need to take and changing my life in order to become that person. So, which many people can think of is like, you need to do the work and do take the action because you know, it’s not going happen of itself. You need to commit and do it. And yeah, that’s mainly what I think kind of changed me over the last three, four, five months to where I am today. And now I’m developing my spiritual side. I feel like everything’s more integrated everything in the universe, more integrated and, um, who I’m becoming, I’m just, yeah, life is good. That’s good.
Quazi (15:11):
That’s beautiful. So what’s also interesting to see is that, you know, you were doing around in a five to 10 K a month when you joined until October, which is basically being on track to doing like 50, 60 grand a year, 70 grand a year, right. Or on average, but you ended last year or, you know, from February till, till like, uh, till December, I don’t know if it was December or not, but I think you posted that in the group and you hit a hundred grand, you know, you had a hundred grand in your first year of business and yeah, I think what’s notable is you’ve had some of your biggest months in October, in November, in December.
Eric (15:49):
Yep. A hundred percent, a hundred percent. Um, I actually, that was only Stripe. I ended up with 120 K and my goal for that year was 1 million Swedish krona, which is essentially 110 USD. Um, and yeah, that’s exactly how it is. If you look at my graph, it was basically from January last year, 2020, um, just going up, up, up, and then I found my dips. And then after joining the program October, the last three months really made me reach that goal. So it was the last three months of 2020. It just skyrocketed everything. Um, and it’s funny how the whole year I focused on business on external things, on, you know, things, you know, the opposite of what I should have. And then like the only the last three months of the year, I focused on myself, boom, everything, flute,
Quazi (16:42):
You know what Eric it’s, I think it’s important for people to know who are watching this, like as a disclaimer, that it’s not like tactics versus mindset, you know, it’s like most people get it wrong in that they just solely focused on the tactics or they solely focus on the mindset, but what I’ve found and what I’ve seen with our most successful clients is that it’s like the journey is internal. That’s always the, the, you know, the focus, but within it, a little aspect of it is the tactics and strategies and the business and the, and the relationships. So those are aspects of the whole like self, right? The whole journey is internal and the health, wealth relationships. Those are just aspects for you to like develop and face the challenges and grow even more. But the full ground is always like mindset and my internal growth, which is exactly what we began with.
Quazi (17:38):
So it’s interesting that you say that, that once you started working on that, those clicks, that didn’t happen in the beginning. All of a sudden they started to click for you. And now you can take a step back. We get a larger vision, larger picture of things and move towards that without getting so reactive and hung up on the highs and lows. Because I think a lot of entrepreneurs go through that. I myself have gone through that, you know, one month when you don’t make as much money, you get attached to the money you were making. And you’re like, Oh, I didn’t make as much money. Oh, no, everything’s going to. Then you start to forget about what you’re actually working on building. Right. And what you’re building is going to take some time, it’s going to take some sacrifices. But yeah, I think it’s interesting that you note that. So yeah, I guess going into the program, what was, uh, what, when you were going through it, what would the biggest epiphany’s or the biggest tools or techniques and stuff that you took away from it that made a huge difference for you?
Eric (18:39):
It’s a lot, but the things that comes to my mind is, um, how you always touch on, you know, the end goal is always to become more conscious as a human being. And that is one like big from a burst of you. One big thing that helped me a lot because I, even if I felt woke before jumping into the program, I honestly looking back, I was just living day by day, still working hard and all of that, but still not being conscious of, of what I am and what I’m doing. And, you know, the principals coming from program in regards to that, like centering myself, that’s something I do like four or five times a day now helps me so much along the way to just see my reality for what it is. Um, thing that principals you drop, the section, you talk about attachment the pendulums.
Eric (19:31):
It, it was like basically watching through the whole program, gave me an answer to every single situation in my life that happened that I didn’t want to happen. And I understood why, and now I know exactly how to respond to, you know, internal and external things happens that ha that happens in my life. Right. Um, so that program made me in a hole, made me so, and I went through a hard period as well, I think, as I was joining the program, uh, and it was a perfect timing for me to join as well, because now when I’m out of it, and now that I feel like I’ve changed and gotten the results that I wanted them to become a different person, I feel like the principals I’m bringing with me from the program of how I’m responding to the world and how I’m responding to my internal world and the external things. It’s just going to make me such a more like powerful human being and a complete weapon within what I wanted to do and what I want to create in life, because I know that, and I have my internal, like, I wouldn’t say fully on point because it’s something you always get better with, but very good.
Quazi (20:35):
That’s awesome, man. So moment of vulnerability here, you mentioned that you were going through a hard time when he joined the program. And I remember something about, you know, a breakup or, you know, something that was on, maybe you’d want to add to that, but if you’re open to sharing, I would love to hear about what really happened and you know, how you actually were able to approach that from a better place, maybe because of principles from the program, maybe, you know, something else, you know, cause I think that’s important to shed light on in an entrepreneur’s life. There’s more to business. There’s more than just business, you know?
Eric (21:07):
Yeah. Um, I don’t want to get into too depth of that if that’s okay. Two needles, but I can tell you how the program helped. And you know, I, I started seeing personal life. We always go through things. People always paint up a picture of everything’s even as entrepreneurs, they paint it up as yo you’re making money. It’s good. Everything’s great. It’s real, not everyone has like lows and highs in life. Um, and back then I went through a period and I just didn’t know how to respond to the different situations I was put in because I’ve never been in those situations in my life before. And what this program really made me do is understand that with the principles that I’ve learned from this program approach those situations. So I got out of them very, in a very, very good way and more importantly, less attached to the outcomes of them as well.
Eric (21:56):
And now if I look back, like I was in a, such like a place of anxiety when I walked through, when I went through them, but now if I look back, it’s like just, just, it’s nothing it’s fluff to me now and how the program helped me was being more conscious of what was going on. Not letting, letting my attachment get too deep within what was happening in my life and really just at the end of the day, just being okay with things that was happening in my life and letting go. Right. Um, and that was something I’ve always had a hard thing with, like letting go of things. I don’t want to end things with, uh, with whatever it may be in life. I don’t want to end friendships. I don’t want to end this. I don’t want to end that I’ve always had a hard thing for ending things.
Eric (22:41):
Um, so it feels like I got into that program and the test was right away and it’s helped a lot because not, it’s not only like sure, a lot of people, a lot of entrepreneurs jumps into programs like this with the outcome of, I want to make more money. Right. But, and in my situation, it helped me on a personal level with life in general, with different situations I was putting, but also with my business. Um, so to me, I guess that program and the experience of being in it and still being in it just has me live a more life, a more honest life with fulfillment and a life of quality by not falling into pitfalls, normal people usually would fall into because I know how to respond and how to be, how to handle those situations. I hope that makes sense.
Quazi (23:32):
No, it does. Um, I would also love to know, because you talk a lot about attachment. How did you get to a point, you know, what helped you not be so needy and so attached? Cause you got from a point of getting attached to maybe friends, people, you got to a point where you were to attach to that revenue, the highs and lows, how, you know, what happens internally so that we can, you know, understand a little bit, what happens for you for Eric internally that kind of got you out of that. You know what? I don’t need this anymore. Let’s let it go.
Eric (24:05):
First of all, you breaking down. Now it works in the program and, and like touching on the subject of attachment and how you should respond to things. Um, so that’s the first and second, I, I guess, like, as I told you, I’ve always had a hard time to let go of things happening. And especially I saw this within my sales calls as well. Like first six months in business, I was like, I was so attached to the sales calls. It’s insane if I listened to this calls, the call recordings, I have, I actually cringe and I know how I felt back then. Um, whereas nowadays it just, I have zero, zero weight on the outcome of what’s going to happen out of things. And I guess it’s hard to say how, how, how the transition went from that to, I don’t know. I honestly don’t know how to answer that, but I guess I just have, after the program become a more abundance person, like not, I’ve not put all of my, you know, attachment and all of my, my definition within my business, this is only my business. It’s the only thing I got. Like I’ve realized it’s a life out there as well. That has given me a lot more abundance. Like I’m, I’m a, I’m a son, I’m a brother. I, you know, I’m a, I’m a, I’m a lover, I’m this, I’m that. And it has given me more abundance to, you know, grow within those areas of my life as well. And not only within business. Um, yeah. So I guess it’s very hard for me to answer that. No, it is. It’s because I’ve at least
Quazi (25:37):
Found is it’s hard for the one to answer that question because it just seems like a completely different lifetime. You know, who you were before, because even before joining entrepreneurship, I bet you are a completely different person and you don’t even recognize that. Cause I don’t recognize who I was before joining entrepreneurship. And that kind of happens unconsciously because you get presented all of these challenges and all these challenges. People can use them to wake them up or they can fall asleep to them and keep writing those same patterns because the same challenges will keep coming up over and over and over again until we learn our lessons and we stop holding onto them and let them go, right. That’s when those challenges don’t arise anymore. And when those challenges don’t arise anymore, you actually grow and become a different person. And the challenges from, from your subconscious, they just go away. They’re not in the memory anymore. It’s not in your consciousness anymore. So you can’t remember, it seems like a whole different lifetime, like you reborn or something. This is what identity shifting at at a very core really is. I believe,
Eric (26:36):
I totally agree with you because I, I remember who I was before joining the program, but I don’t remember how I got here, but I know who I am today and how I feel today and how I’ve been the last month, you know? And it’s like, it’s black, it’s, it’s nine and nine and day on that. Like it’s such a difference.
Quazi (26:55):
Oh man, this is just the beginning too. It’s like your first year in entrepreneurship. Yeah. Awesome man. So, um, I guess let’s talk about some other areas of your life. Like, you know, you, uh, you mentioned that life isn’t only just business, but in your personal life, what do you think? You getting that consciousness becoming more aware, getting clearer, learning how to let go and not be attached. How do you think those may have affected other areas of your life too?
Eric (27:27):
Um, for example, and I used to never ever think about this, um, but actually realizing, you know, the people I have around me and just trying to be a better son to my mom and dad being more conscious of that. I still have them. They’re still healthy. My family is still healthy. My friends are, you know, it’s going good for my friends that I have. Everyone’s like just being so consciously that and realizing that I’m actually very, very blessed and grateful for what I have today. The people I have around me and, and attachment with attachment has been like certain areas of my life, you know, with, um, friends, how it’s going with them. If there’s anything falling in a pitfall with them, it’s always like getting out of those situations. Good. But in general and how the program has affected and had, uh, uh, and it made me better on the personal side of things is now.
Eric (28:19):
I don’t see it as just business that again, before joining the program was just, I had my, as in business, I want to do this. I want to have this. I want to have this. I want to have this within my business. You know, now it’s, I know that I need to, I want to grow. And I’m so conscious of it that I want to grow as a son. I want to be a better son to my family and my parents and a brother to my big brother and the people around me trying to be a leader and trying to actually see them grow and bring the best out of them. And that’s how it has affected me outside of entrepreneurship as well, to just be a better me to the people I have around me. And I would never ever think about something like that before to jump. I would never ever say these words before jumping into this program. Like it would never ever happen because I would just have my eyes on what do I want? But I think that the program has just killed my ego completely of what I feel.
Quazi (29:17):
And because you know, the ego is dead. It’s like, now you can move without resistance. Cause the ego always holds on. And if you hold onto something, you’ll never be able to get to the next, the thing that’s inevitably coming your way. And that’s also partially why letting go actually works. Like people think that if we hold onto our goals, we’ll get to them. But it’s quite the contrary, right? Like if you like, they’ll just, you’ll get to them anyways. You were meant to get to them, but you just keep resisting them because you want to play out this drama off. Oh, here’s me. And here’s my goal. And it’s so fun to want my goal. I like to be eight where I’m always wanting my goal and never achieving it.
Eric (29:55):
Yeah. And it’s funny you put it that way because literally the whole, um, so I reached my goal business wise now for 2020, but I, my goal for that year was, uh, 1 million sick Swedish chromes, which is 110 K USD. And, but I want it to have a 20 to 30 K a month, so bad, so bad. I wanted to have a 20 to 30 came on so mad like then, and it’s funny how after joining the program and just going through the journey, I reached literally a month later, 1.5, one and a half months later, I reached 20 K and then just getting better and better within myself and keep going. I kept going with the program and with what I, what I should learn and just applying the principles all the time and just becoming better and going into 2021 and just letting go even more about the whole year reaching 30 K in February, which was like that Mark, I’ve always been like, yeah, that’s like, it’s just a confirmation for myself where I can feel proud.
Eric (31:01):
And then I reached it, um, with literally going into February this year. I don’t care what happens. I literally told him, I said, I don’t care what happens now, February this year. And I’ll just do the work, keep my head down and not even look at Stripe. And I’ll just see where that takes me. And then when I counted everything up by the end of the month, I was at 30 K and it was, um, the best month so far ever in my, in my, in my business. Um, so it’s funny how you mentioned like holding onto the goals and, and I’ve been that person as well. I remember September last year I printed out 20 K on my wall and I was just
Quazi (31:40):
Notes everywhere. Get into the car. You’re about to drive 20 K 20 K 20 K.
Eric (31:48):
Yeah, exactly, exactly. And it’s funny how you, you know, you get there by doing the complete opposite. Yeah. Letting go.
Quazi (31:58):
That’s amazing, man. That’s really amazing to hear. So I guess what’s next for you, man. You know, you’ve, you’ve come here. You’ve, you’ve let go. Your you’ve actually like grown as a result of letting go of and stopping on holding onto that past self. Every single aspect of your life has changed. Now you’re focused on becoming a better human being, which I think is actually the recipe for, for success in any area of your life. Just becoming a better you every day, but what’s next for Eric?
Eric (32:29):
So it’s funny, you mentioned that as well because, um, I used to always put a lot of emphasis on my business revenue goals and I still do have business revenue goals for this year and quarter, et cetera. But the main goals that I have is just about myself internally, who am I becoming? Where am I going? Where is the bottlenecks in my life that I know that I can fix? And in general just become a better person for the people I have around me, for my customers, for my clients, uh, for my team. And yeah, just be, uh, be, uh, become a complete weapon as a person and very good. And in terms of revenue wise and business, I still have those goals, as I said, but I don’t put a lot of emphasis on them compared to just becoming a better person. That’s like the number one goal for me. Um, and uh, yeah, by the end of this year, I don’t want to get into, uh, I want to reach a hundred K in the next three months, uh, from April. So for Q2. And I’ll see where that takes me, but I don’t have, I don’t care if I don’t, I just want to become better as a person. So I guess that’s the main goal just become better.
Quazi (33:38):
That’s such a healthy attitude to have. It’s like, cause that’s how like the most successful people, that’s how they set their goals. It’s like, it would be nice to have, but you know, I’m not too attached to it. Let’s see what we have to do, fix the bottlenecks that we can get there.
Eric (33:53):
So then that’s kind of how I feel. Yeah. And especially once you’ve realized and once you’ve done it, where, okay, I got here by focusing on myself. So if I want to get there, I should focus on myself even more. Obviously take the actions that I need to on a daily basis, but just focus on myself and becoming better as me a hundred percent better than yesterday.
Quazi (34:17):
It’s such, it’s such an oblique journey too. If you look at like, I was recently looking into like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, why these athletes are the way they are, why they succeed. And those are, there’s this great book on it. It’s called obliquity and how this journey is oblique, right? Like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, they don’t focus on winning the game. They don’t focus on winning any games. They don’t compare themselves with any of the basketball player. They just focus on loving the game. When you fall in love with the game, you stop counting the hours. You stop looking at the times that you put in hard work, you forget about all of that. And you just like get so immersed in it. And out of that immersion, it’s a by-product right? The winning the game is a by-product, you know, becoming the best score is a by-product. You don’t directly, you aim for those, but they become an indirect aim. But the always the direct aim is me becoming a better person. If I become a better person, one control of myself and where my put my attention, I’ll fall in love with the game. If I fall in love with the game I’m becoming, I’m going to become the best.
Eric (35:16):
Yeah, no, I totally agree. I totally makes sense. That’s where I, what I feel with this year and honestly, for the rest of my life, I know that everything I’ve ever wanted will eventually come. I just need to focus on myself and my internal world and take the actions on a daily basis. That’s fine.
Quazi (35:33):
Amazing, man. I really love to hear that. So just before we conclude this, who would you recommend this program to and why?
Eric (35:43):
I would mainly recommend this program to, um, and this is because I am an entrepreneur myself. I have my online business, so I know probably what you go through and how this can help you. Therefore I think that’s the number one person I can recommend this to. Um, so if you’re an online, but if you have a business, doesn’t need to be online, like if you have a business in general and the thing you need to understand that you probably noticed that yourself attachment, not feeling well, being controlled by things that you don’t have control of all of these things is standing in your way to reach what you want to reach. And I, a hundred percent believe that guidance by quasi, by you will solve that problem for that typical person. That’s the number one person I would would advise this program to. But also I can see people that doesn’t run businesses, joining this program, and I can see how it can help them because this program, according to me, I think it’s, it’s obvious that you should be in this program if you’re a human being, because it teaches you to live a life of more quality.
Eric (36:54):
And like every second that goes of your day where you’re not enjoying your life or are happy with how things are. I think it’s, you’re just taking away like life force out of living life and how to live a life. And I think this program really helps to live a quality life in general, whatever you do at the end of the day.
Quazi (37:15):
Eric, can you please tell everyone that I didn’t pay you to say these things
Eric (37:19):
Quasi did not pay me to say these things and I want to be here for a second interview and it’s six months from now. I’m looking, I’m looking forward to a different type of goal,
Quazi (37:30):
An absolute pleasure speaking with you. Thank you so much for taking out the time, man. I, you know, we’ve tried to schedule this, you know, for anyone watching like three, four times now, first time I’d like totally looked at my calendar. I was like seven minutes late. I forgot about it. Second time. I don’t know what happened. Like internet connection. Third time again, internet, maybe this is the third time, right? Yeah. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. We finally got it right on the third try and I’m glad we did. Um, Eric, I’m going to insert your socials in the comments in the description box below. So if you want to check out Eric, you want to reach out to him. You want to work with him or you can click the button below and you know, you’ll be directed to his socials. And uh, yeah, if you guys want to apply to work in the reality Marshall program together, I’ll also put the link in the description below. Thank you so much for watching Eric dude. Thank you for joining us and I’ll see you guys later base.


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