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Are you an entrepreneur or small-business owner who’s frustrated or struggling to get the results you want in your business and your life?

Be Build Have with Mike Sutton

Then you’ve come to the right place for the perspective and support you need to put that all behind you so that you can start to:

  • Be the person you want to be.
  • Build the business you want to build.
  • Have the successful life that you want to have.

Yes, it’s possible to build a successful, profitable business, have a life, *AND* be happy and fulfilled doing it. Don’t believe me? Stick around and judge for yourself.

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026: Connection

Connecting is the key to business. But not just with your customers and clients.


“Act like you don’t need the sale” is a staple of sales training advice. Here’s a deeper dive in to how to do it. It’s all about managing the behavior, not the outcome.


For the first time on Be Build Have, Mike interviews a successful business owner who, like many of us, got off to an unexpected start. Finding that corporate success could quickly turn into “what have you done for me lately”, Ellory is now hosting his own show, selling his own products and services, and shaping his own future. Having faced the same challenges and fears as many entrepreneurs, we can all learn from Ellory’s experience and example.

You can find Ellory and the Empowered Podcast at ElloryWells.com.


When beliefs and actions are aligned with goals amazing things can happen.


Confidence instills confidence. Confidence is key to better action and better results.


For entrepreneurs and business owners, character makes all the difference. Here are 5 traits that you’ll need.


What we want doesn’t always match up with what is. Learning to accept the difference is where peace comes from.


Knowing that you want to change is easy. Reading all the books is easy. But how do we actually change?


Key entrepreneurial skill areas. Picking up where the e-Myth leaves off.


Mike shares his answers to questions that came up at a recent Q&A for which he was a panelist.

We discussed mastermind groups, what are they and how are they different than group coaching or accountability groups?

What kinds of coaches are there and what might I need?

How long should I expect to work with a coach?

All great questions and Mike shares his answers.

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