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18. Travis Chappell - 3 Secrets For Better Content & Not Being A "Network Ned"

October 18, 2020 Travis Chappell
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18. Travis Chappell - 3 Secrets For Better Content & Not Being A "Network Ned"
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18. Travis Chappell - 3 Secrets For Better Content & Not Being A "Network Ned"
Oct 18, 2020
Travis Chappell

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Travis Chappel | Episode #18

Travis is an international speaker, founder and CEO of Guestio, and the host of two awesome podcasts: Build Your Network and World Class. Travis grew up in southern California where religion dominated his entire childhood. After graduating from college, he decided to pursue a passion in podcasting where he would go on to create a Top 25 Business Podcast.

Speaking: Your level of pay in life is directly related to the skillset you have that not a lot of people do. If you're able to overcome the initial terror of public speaking your career and success will be exponentially greater. Travis spoke to a church crowd of 1500-2000 people at the age of 15 years old. He also recommends getting as many experiences as possible, such as Toastmasters.

Career Switch: The sooner you can come to the realization of what you want to do, the better. Parents are often responsible for instilling values in us about where to go to college and what to become. The fear of letting them down often limits our ambitions. Making a major decision or shift in life comes with many feelings; both good and bad. Just remember: you're the only person who has to be you! Start gaining experiences and trying new things.

Content: Step 1: Consume as much content as you can. Your input becomes your output. Step 2: document everything you do. Step 3: get great guests in order to bump up your quality. You must be able to add value to the lives of others.

Networking: "Network Ned" is the ultimate bad networker. This person has tons of business cards, is constantly pitching their elevator speech, and is more transactional than anything. The other type of networker is the person who is so turned off by "Network Ned" that they don't try at all. There is a happy middle where relationships and friendships are at the core of the conversation.

Links:
Website - Travis Chappell
Build Your Network Podcast
World Class Podcast
Instagram - @travischappell
Guestio
Toastmasters

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The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmann
www.TheTeenLeader.com
Instagram
LinkedIn
Twitter

Travis Chappel | Episode #18

Travis is an international speaker, founder and CEO of Guestio, and the host of two awesome podcasts: Build Your Network and World Class. Travis grew up in southern California where religion dominated his entire childhood. After graduating from college, he decided to pursue a passion in podcasting where he would go on to create a Top 25 Business Podcast.

Speaking: Your level of pay in life is directly related to the skillset you have that not a lot of people do. If you're able to overcome the initial terror of public speaking your career and success will be exponentially greater. Travis spoke to a church crowd of 1500-2000 people at the age of 15 years old. He also recommends getting as many experiences as possible, such as Toastmasters.

Career Switch: The sooner you can come to the realization of what you want to do, the better. Parents are often responsible for instilling values in us about where to go to college and what to become. The fear of letting them down often limits our ambitions. Making a major decision or shift in life comes with many feelings; both good and bad. Just remember: you're the only person who has to be you! Start gaining experiences and trying new things.

Content: Step 1: Consume as much content as you can. Your input becomes your output. Step 2: document everything you do. Step 3: get great guests in order to bump up your quality. You must be able to add value to the lives of others.

Networking: "Network Ned" is the ultimate bad networker. This person has tons of business cards, is constantly pitching their elevator speech, and is more transactional than anything. The other type of networker is the person who is so turned off by "Network Ned" that they don't try at all. There is a happy middle where relationships and friendships are at the core of the conversation.

Links:
Website - Travis Chappell
Build Your Network Podcast
World Class Podcast
Instagram - @travischappell
Guestio
Toastmasters

***
Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!

For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1