Austin McCulloh is a serial entrepreneur, as he was the President of Supercorn Tutoring, which taught English to 700+ Chinese children. He is the Principal Consultant of Austin McCulloh Advising, which he hopes to one day become the #1 Human Capital consulting firm in the world.
[00:01 – 02:01] Opening Segment
I introduce and welcome the guest, Austin McCulloh.
Connect with Austin. See the links below.
[02:02 – 07:14] Knowledge Acquisition vs. Accessibility
Austin shares how he learned to get to where he is right now
A world of "Accessibility" rather than "Knowledge Acquisition."
Network with people who take action and have the results you want
Austin talks about the influencer he learned from and played a significant role in becoming who he is today.
[07:15 – 12:13] Self-Education
Are you feeling stuck and having trouble executing your ideas? Here are Austin's tips for you!
Share your thought with someone you can trust
Have the humility to say what your problems are
Have clarity of what your goals are
Austin shares his view on the explosion of self-education and where he sees it's going.
[12:14 – 21:57] Austin as a Mastermind
What can we expect when we enter your reality?
Consistently moving forward
Austin talks about the work they do in Austin McCulloh Advising.
People have their own way of surprising us. Austin shares stories of the people he helped that surprised him with their results.
Austin weighs in on what it takes to create success and pass it along.
Reflect on what you really want
[21:58 – 28:15] Closing Segment
What are you working on right now that's gonna take place in the next 12 months that really excites you?
I want to scale up my business.
Austin shares amazing tips and tricks that will help you get in front of the line
Take at least 5-15 mins to be shut out of the world and slow down.
"We're in a world not of knowledge acquisition, which of course that helps, but more of a – accessibility. So being able to easily find information that you're looking for." – Austin McCulloh
"You need to have the humility to say what your problems are because if people don't know what your problems are, they're not able to help you." – Austin McCulloh
"We all have tremendous potential; it doesn't matter who it is." – Austin McCulloh
"When you know yourself, that's when you can actually live a life that you want to live." – Austin McCulloh