TRISTAN WRIGHT THE “BUSINESS SHERPA” ON HOW TO ESCAPE THE RAT-RACE AND RUNNING A SYSTEM-FREE BUSINESS
Thrive Time Show Podcast
Australian entrepreneur, Tristan Wright, the business sherpa teaches how to escape the “Rat Race” and running a system free business including an in-depth discussion about how to properly delegate, why you need to replace yourself with 2 or 3 people, why you must document all of your systems, passwords and processes.
- Thrive Nation on today’s show we have the honor of interviewing a man by the name of Tristan Wright who is based in Melbourne, Australia and who is known as a business sherpa! Tristan, welcome onto the Thrivetime Show! How are you sir?!
- Tristan, I know that 95% of listeners aren’t sure of what a business sherpa is, so I would love to start today’s interview by asking you about what a business sherpa is?
- Tristan Wright, what was your path to becoming a business sherpa?
- Tristan, I know that you’ve been able to achieve tremendous success throughout your career however, but I would love to go back to the very beginning. Was there something in your life that happened that made you want to become an entrepreneur?
- Tristan, for our listeners that are not super familiar with your background…I would love to share about how you started your first business?
- Tristan, what was the turning point during your career, where you felt like you were first beginning to gain traction?
- Tristan, how do you help business owners to grow their businesses?
- Tristan Wright, you’ve worked with so many different business owners over the years. From your experience, what is the most common mistake that business owners typically make?
- Key Performance Indicators
- Tristan, from your experience, what are the most common blind spots that small business owners have in their businesses?
- Tristan, what would be a few of your top tips to help our entrepreneurial listeners to improve their productivity?
- Tristan, I would love for you to share about the value of time and freedom now?
- Tristan Wright, can you share about why it’s important for entrepreneurs to focus on what they do best?
- You come across as a very proactive person. How do you typically organize the first four hours of each day?
- I wake up at 6:00 am
- I do the ugliest task first thing in the day
- You come across as a very well-read person, what are 1 or 2 books that you would recommend that all of our listeners should read?
- Tristan Wright, what are some of your idiosyncrasies?
- I keep refining how I plan my weeks and my days.
- At the end of my week, I review it and asked how it could have gone better and more efficiently.
- Write down your workflow on a white board
- Hire 2 – 3 people to take your spot
- Don’t believe that other people care about your business baby
- Clearly define the Key Performance Indicators for all of your employees