Before You Work Another 12 Hour Day, WATCH THIS FIRST « The Blog of Matthew Loop

Before You Work Another 12 Hour Day, WATCH THIS FIRST

This one single mistake can CRIPPLE your business and life if you’re not careful. In terms of priority, it should be #1 or else everything else falls apart. It’s probably not what you would immediately think either.

This video was shot on the beautiful islands of Turks and Caicos in Grace Bay.

 

 

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Matthew Loop is an author, speaker, philanthropist, and the highest paid social media revenue strategist in North America. He helps brands, startups, celebrities, and small business owners multiply their influence, impact, and income by harnessing the power of the Internet. Connect with him on Instagram, Twitter and Google+.

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10 Responses to “Before You Work Another 12 Hour Day, WATCH THIS FIRST”

  1. paul says:

    Every time I listen to Gary V I feel like I need to wash my brain.

  2. Matthew Loop says:

    Lol, Paul… I really like a lot of his stuff but I prefer to have more systems in place so I can step in and out of my business whenever I want. Everyone is different as to what their personal preference is. I would rather spend many hours each day with the family and travel frequently with them. So, I’ve built a profitable business around that type of lifestyle.

  3. Thanks for the “family first” reminder. I Googled images of Grace Bay and saw how clear the water is there. Then I came back to your video and noticed that your video ended with this great shot of yours–just like a postcard. I’ve never seen that before, where a video stops without giving all my competitors videos because they used the same tags.
    What is your secret here?
    Thanks again.

  4. Matthew Loop says:

    You’re welcome, Doc. This is my favorite place in the Caribbean, bar none! Whenever you embed a video on a website, YouTube gives you an option to uncheck so that you don’t have to feature “suggested” competitor videos at the end. Go to any video on YouTube, then go to “share,” then look down and you’ll see the check boxes.

  5. Great advice Matthew, while your video seem directed to Chiropractics, it’s valuable for any business persons and we are going to be sure and use it as we build our “weddings in the Bahamas” business. Will start spending more time with family – thanks for getting it off your chest and onto the video and into our eyes.

  6. Matthew Loop says:

    Glad you enjoyed… Yes, this is applicable to any business or entrepreneur. It’s about knowing what the real priorities are and nourishing the relationships in your life.

  7. Roy Ostenson says:

    Great to see you at 5 Star in Chicago this weekend. Thanks for letting me know you would be there. You were great (& FAST)! I liked 5 Star, too. I appreicate your letting me know my statuse in the purchase of your program. Thank you again for the input!

  8. Matthew Loop says:

    Nice to finally meet you as well, Roy! You’re welcome. It was a very valuable event.

  9. Joel Del Valle says:

    I liked everything you said in the video. Everyday I think of how I can start my own business and work less so I can spend more time with my son. I’m a single father and his mother is not around so I’m they only thing he has. I wish I can spend all day with him but instead I’m working all the time. I don’t want him to grow up and say that his father was never around much. I think of many things I can do from home but I do not have the resources to start something. If you have any information as to where I can go to find ideas I would gladly appreciate it if you email me. I thank you so much Matthew. Take care

  10. Joyce says:

    This video couldn’t have come to me at a better time. I just took a vacation for the first time in YEARS and struggled with having to close my business for one week. After much thought I decided to close and enjoy this week with my friends and family on a group trip to St Thomas .. I contacted my large client to lt them know that I would be unavailable during this week . Upon my return I find out that they replaced me with another company because I was unavailable for a week. All the hard work and dedication I gave to this client was obsolete once they found out I was leaving. I found out today I no longer had the account and was feeling incredibly guilty that I left and was unavailable to them … Then I see this video and realize that I did the right thing by going on this much needed vacation. I know I will get new clients that will appreciate all my hard work ! Thank you for this video :)

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