E184: Find your flow and get energized with Trey Stinnett

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Trey Stinnett AKA “The Flow Coach”. He helps small business owners build their ideal teams so they can get past *hard* and live a life they love. Trey has worked with guys like Damon John and Tony Robbins. He currently is living in St. Petersburg, Florida with his wife and 2 daughters.

Episode highlights:

  • What a “Flow” state of mind is.
  • How Trey achieved a “Flow” state of mind.
  • What the creative type and the support type is.
  • What the paths to “Flow” are.
  • What the difference between hustle, “Flow”, and grind is.
  • Why your profile is not an excuse and how to live in that profile.
  • Best advice ever received: A quote by Lao Tzu: In nature, all is accomplished and nothing is rushed. I had a mentor tell me to stop trying to climb the cliff of the mountain and just walk up the back of the mountain.
  • Habit that contributes to success: Education.
  • Recommended tools: Clubhouse app
  • Recommended book: The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance by Steven Kotler
  • Run time: 35:16

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Quotes:

  • “Flow is that state where time feels easy…that feeling of ease, a lot of business owners don’t have that.”
  • “Once I discovered there was a unique path for me…and doing the right stuff for me, I attracted the right people onto my team.”
  • “Business doesn’t have to be hard, it’s just that most of us are out of flow.”
  • “The person for a creator is a supporter. The person for an ideas’ person is a peoples’ person.”
  • “If you’re tired at the end of the day, then you’re doing something wrong.”
  • “Struggle is not a bad thing, you need struggle, it’s part of the process of getting into flow.”

Takeaways:

  • Find people to be on your team that are complementary types.
  • Find your flow and be energized by the work you do.
  • Don’t need to be a genius in everything, hone in on your unique strength.