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Dec. 27, 2021

Grind, Sell, Elevate with Tyzer Evans

Grind, Sell, Elevate with Tyzer Evans

This episode of the Success Fundamentals podcast features Tyzer Evans. Tyzer is a seasoned businessman, the regional vice president of ParetoHealth, and the host of the critically successful Grind Sell Elevate with Tyzer Evans podcast.

Tyzer's story is a story of hard work, perseverance, and success. Growing up in a small, blue collar town in a poor family, Tyzer had the courage to dream big and be confident about his capabilities to change his life. As one of the top sales professionals in the country, Tyzer advises people to never dream big and to never stop chasing those dreams.

HIGHLIGHTS

Growing up in a small, blue collar town

Hard work correlates to success

Don't be one dimensional: elevate yourself

Own your failures as much as your successes

If you can lead and you can sell, you'll always have a job

Confidence is a fundamental attribute in sales

Proclaim your goals and do everything you can to achieve them

Money is an instrument and tool

Power can be a beautiful thing if you come from a place of service

What is a middle-class mindset?

QUOTES

Tyzer: “I can only be accountable for me. I can't control anybody else. I can't control anything else. All I can control is my own thoughts, my own intentions, my own deeds.”

Tyzer: “People are focused on building a brick wall instead of just laying a brick. The more that we just focus on laying the brick, and then we look back, and I've done 35. This is incredible. My wall is coming along. And then when that new risk, that new adventure comes and the opportunity is presented to you, you have the confidence to move into it.”

Tyzer: “I proclaimed it, and this is what people don't do when they set goals. They set their goals up here, but they don't talk about it because they still wanna play small.”

Kris: “It doesn't matter where you start, it's all about how you finish.”

Tyzer: “Middle class mindset is to me the worst kind of mindset. It means you do just enough to feel comfortable and give up on your dreams.”

You can connect and learn more about Tyzer through the links below.

Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grind-sell-elevate/id1387700042
Website: https://tyzerevans.com/
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tyzerevans/

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This episode of the Success Fundamentals podcast features Tyzer Evans. Tyzer is a seasoned businessman, the regional vice president of ParetoHealth, and the host of the critically successful Grind Sell Elevate with Tyzer Evans podcast.

Tyzer's story is a story of hard work, perseverance, and success. Growing up in a small, blue collar town in a poor family, Tyzer had the courage to dream big and be confident about his capabilities to change his life. As one of the top sales professionals in the country, Tyzer advises people to never dream big and to never stop chasing those dreams.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Growing up in a small, blue collar town 
  • Hard work correlates to success 
  • Don't be one dimensional: elevate yourself 
  • Own your failures as much as your successes
  • If you can lead and you can sell, you'll always have a job
  • Confidence is a fundamental attribute in sales
  • Proclaim your goals and do everything you can to achieve them
  • Money is an instrument and tool
  • Power can be a beautiful thing if you come from a place of service
  • What is a middle-class mindset?

QUOTES

Tyzer: “I can only be accountable for me. I can't control anybody else. I can't control anything else. All I can control is my own thoughts, my own intentions, my own deeds.”

Tyzer: “People are focused on building a brick wall instead of just laying a brick. The more that we just focus on laying the brick, and then we look back, and I've done 35. This is incredible. My wall is coming along. And then when that new risk, that new adventure comes and the opportunity is presented to you, you have the confidence to move into it.”

Tyzer: “I proclaimed it, and this is what people don't do when they set goals. They set their goals up here, but they don't talk about it because they still wanna play small.”

Kris: “It doesn't matter where you start, it's all about how you finish.”

Tyzer: “Middle class mindset is to me the worst kind of mindset. It means you do just enough to feel comfortable and give up on your dreams.”

You can connect and learn more about Tyzer through the links below.

Follow Success Fundamentals on the following links below: