An entrepreneur for 35 years, Paul Finck never worked for anyone a day of his life. Known as The Maverick Millionaire®, he’s one of the foremost authorities in business and personal development today. In this episode, Paul joins Jen Du Plessis to share how he got started in entrepreneurship and the lessons he learned along the way. He also shares the difference between highly successful people versus the ones that aren’t, as well as the three different pillars of our existence. Learn from the best. Tune in for some golden nuggets from Paul.
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Success Wisdom From A Maverick Millionaire With Paul Finck
I am over the moon with this particular interview and I’ll tell you why. Paul Finck is our guest. Welcome Paul, we’re so happy to have you.
It’s a pleasure to be here. Thank you, Jen.
Let me just take a quick second, tell everybody about you, and then we will dive right in. Paul is known as the Maverick Millionaire. He’s one of the foremost authorities in business and personal development. With decades of sales, marketing, entrepreneurship, and management, I’ll throw that into Paul’s moved over $20 million in real estate transactions, over $30 million in informational products, and has ran already over 250 live events. Most importantly, Paul is my personal coach. That’s why I have him on here. You’re going to learn from the best, I bring the best on and that’s what we’re going to do. Paul, again, thank you so much for joining us and spending time with us. We can learn a little bit about you and you can embark your wisdom on everyone.
I appreciate that, Jen. You are one of my favorite students, if we can say that and it’s a pleasure to be here. There’s so much that our world’s crossover and empower your audience with that. Between the two of us here, they’re in for a treat.
Thank you so much. Just so everybody knows, we met on the Marketer’s Cruise and we fell in love with each other on the cruise and I said, “I have to coach with him.” That’s where it all started. Paul, let’s get started with you telling us a little bit about your story because you’ve got a fun story that you want to share with everyone about your children and your wife. Take it away. We want to learn a little bit about you aside from your resume.The world can force you to grow and develop your skill sets to leverage everything that you have inside of you. Click To Tweet
I appreciate that. I’ve been an entrepreneur for many years, which is over the top. I’ve never worked for anyone a day of my life. It’s always been straight commission sales or I have run my own companies, whether it’s distribution companies, coaching companies, real estate companies, and all that sounds good. Right out of the shoot being an entrepreneur and I was empowered. I’ve reached the ceiling as so many of us do. It’s because I was an entrepreneur and I was the leader so early on, I was the one who was supposed to have all the answers and knows the stuff because 22 is my first major company.
I had seven salespeople working for me. It was in the medical field in medical distribution, so I was supposed to know. I was still figuring it out on my own. What happened was, I hit a ceiling year-after-year. The ceiling wasn’t bad. It was $80,000, $100,000 a year and I felt like I had reached my pinnacle. I thought I was doing well and things shifted dramatically for me because along the way, I got married to my sweetheart, my love of my life, and we’re a little bit proficient in creating children. I have three sets of twins, six children, and all of them came back-to-back.
We had six children under six years old when the last set was born. I don’t know whether you’ve ever attempted to have a household of eight. You’re feeding all of them, you’re housing all of them, and looking to experience life only dramatic difference from having 1 or 2. That turned my financial makeup completely upside down. $100,000 wasn’t able to cut it anymore. I had to step up my game. I had to create something new.
That’s when I got real with the lessons that I teach, what I coach on, and what I do every single day. I took an entirely different approach, systems, and processes to create a magnitude of results that would take care of a family of eight and then some. That’s where my story began. Now, I got involved in real estate, information marketing, coaching, and exploded in the world as a thought leader, influencer, and coach to help other entrepreneurs to go through the same process.
You had this big defining moment, although it wasn’t an actual moment but a series of three sets of twins born. Not that you haven’t had others because we all crashed through different ceilings and whatnot. In that defining moment, why didn’t you or maybe you did pack it in everyone else and say, “I can’t risk being an entrepreneur? I’ve got to find a real job. I have to find something that is more secure and stable.” When you started going into that entrepreneurship, can you give 2 or 3 lessons that you learned as you were doing that? Whatever that may be.
Here’s what happened. I was an entrepreneur for 15 or 18 years when my first set was born. Though I had already established myself, this is who I am. Going to work for someone, rip my skin off, and put me in a place that would have destroyed me. However, without the drama around it, it was, “Here’s who I am, I’m an entrepreneur. Let me keep going in that pathway.” To get from here to there, I needed to get more information, get more people by my side, and learn from other people. I started going to seminars, grabbing hold of books, tapes, audios and became entrenched in the study of what it would take to increase the magnitude.
I realized real estate was one of the key ways to build my wealth. I got into real estate. I started studying real estate at a high level. All that costs some money, so I started investing in myself thinking, “I invest $1,000 here. I invest $5,000 there. All of a sudden, the numbers started growing. I started investing $10,000 here, $20,000 there.” I would have incremental increases in my income just enough to cover what I was investing in, but not quite. About five years, I ended up investing over $300,000. Many of our audience knows that story where you start going down the rabbit hole and you build this ditch that you’re looking to get out of, which is not a bad thing because it drove me to reach my fullest potential.
One of the things that I recognize is I am the same person internally than I was years ago. I feel the same internally. However, I don’t show up in the same way. All of those components of having six kids, responsibility, and then digging that ditch of debt into my world forced me to grow to be the person I am now. It forced me to develop my skillsets to leverage everything that I had inside of me to maximize it. That’s where most people miss the boat. They never quite step into their power.
I watch people now from the leverage point of looking at the world from the point of view of already having gone through some phases and gone down the road a little bit. I look at the people and say, “I know you could be doing more, create more, and you have so much more in you.” yet they get stuck, stopped, anxiety, fear overload, and they don’t quite jump the fence. I had the benefit of being forced to jump the fence that I didn’t have that luxury of going, “I’m good with $100,000.” I live in the Northeast and a family of eight, $100,000 is about this inch above poverty. You don’t need food stamps but you can’t go on vacation.
Other people go, “You make $100,000. You should be taxed higher.” It’s like, “It’s all relative.”
Those were some major components, so I learned that being forced to move and stretch yourself isn’t a bad thing and that’s what I did. I’ve learned to ask for more help, more assistance around you, and realize you don’t have the answers nor is anyone expecting you to. That’s the key. Most of us, especially with social media these days put out this great performance for social media. Everything is perfect and glorious. We’ve got our best face on. I teach my children and my students, “Don’t believe all that. In between those snapshots, they are running havoc.” Recognize that it’s okay. You don’t have the answers either. You can reach out and ask for help. Once you know you can reach out and ask for help, you’ll receive it. When you do ask for help and you receive it, the world is your oyster. You can create anything because there are resources everywhere around you. You and I are an example of saying, “Reach out.”Where most people miss the boat is when they never entirely step into their own power. Click To Tweet
I’m asking questions looking for counsel all the time. I want to step back a little bit on that because you dig this big hole, there are a lot of people reading, and they’re like, “I have that hole,” but there’s a kinetic step. I can say that because that’s the name of my company, Kinetic Spark Consulting. There’s something that happens kinetically to move someone to ask questions. When we step back and in advance of asking questions, we move back to where was that gumption that said, “I’m not going to roll over and play dead here. I have to take the step.” This gets back to what you already said that this is key. One of the things I want to know is what you have learned that you think is so simple if people would do it. It may be to ask questions. It’s so simple like, “If they could just do it,” If you could answer that in the context of taking that first step movement into the direction you want to go, you had something propelling you but you could have easily laid over. There has to be something there that makes the person say, “I’m not giving up.”
There are so many ways to answer that question. One of the key ways that people tend to dismiss is this idea of knowing why you’re doing what you’re doing. Knowing that you’re doing it for a purpose that your life has meaning and what you’re pursuing isn’t simply to grab the gold ring. There’s something more to it. Otherwise, it’s an empty pursuit and any obstacle will cause you to stop. I had a couple of components and a couple of layers of why which is key in the process. You’ve got to do the work in digging deep and finding what it is that drives you.
Why are you doing what you’re doing? Why do you even want to do what you’re doing? When you’re writing down your goals, are they at a level ten? I talk about it a lot. Are you dedicated? Are you focused on achieving that goal no matter what? Is it one of those things when you’re at the backside of your years and you’re looking back over your life, you’ve accomplished the things that you don’t want to die without accomplishing? It then goes another layer deeper as to why do you have those driving forces. For me, I recognized and I had some moments in my life to come to the awareness.
My father was not the end-all, be-all of dads. He lived the life of a bunch of lies and deceit. He was disloyal to my mother most of my life and never quite stepped up as a man, father figure, or husband. My parents finally got a divorce after 30 something years of challenge in their marriage. I wasn’t upset about the divorce. I was like, “It should’ve happened.” Everybody knew. He still kept the lies going, never released, let go, and admitted the challenges of who he was.
As I became a dad and husband, my dedication is to be the man he never was. That wakes me up every day with a purpose to be the best father, best husband, and best business person I can be that leaves a legacy and a role model for my children and for others around me to say, “That’s what it looks like.” That keeps me going. That’s a long pass that goes beyond the money and all of everything else. It’s a far-reaching purpose that you live every day.
Our purpose-driven life is part of that as well. Why do you think that so many people don’t take the time to do this? For my coaching students, this is the challenge that I have all the time. I’m always saying, “Stop speeding up to slow down. Start slowing down to speed up.” It’s an androgynous process like, “I don’t think I can do it and it requires too much thinking. I don’t know where to start.” You had a situation in your family that you could say, “I don’t want to be that.” My husband had that situation. His father was never around, so he’s like a helicopter and then some to be around.
I don’t have that same desire and drive that I have to be at everything they do. People will say, “He’s such a great father.” I’m thinking, “Am I a great mom? Do I have to prove like him?” I have my driven reasons. If someone doesn’t know where that stems from, how do they dig into that? How do they start doing it? Do they start doing meditation? Do they start journaling? Do they start asking questions of family members? How do they start that thought process of, “What is it I do want? I don’t know. I’m working.”
What I find is that it’s an ongoing process. It’s not an event. It’s a journey. All of those things are important. I did a ton of work with mentors and coaches. Having people on the outside being able to guide you through that journey, especially at the beginning step. You don’t know what you don’t know. You don’t see what you can’t see. What you’re looking to see is beyond your current scope. You have tunnel vision in your world, especially in your immediate relationships. Very much you are in a black hole looking to see on the far side of it and it’s impossible. You need people around you to be your feedback loop to give you advice, and guidance as you go through, especially the beginning stages of that journey.
Journaling helps as well because you need to have that release. By the way, I’ve got a degree as a Clinical Psychologist. That’s how I started. I studied neuro-linguistic programming. I got certified in that. I studied hypnotherapy, I got certified in that. That whole social understanding, social psychology, and understanding the human condition is some of the cornerstones of what I teach and what I build on for my own life. Journaling and component of self-reflection of knowing who you are is something I’ve been studying for many years and is so key to create that success. It’s the number one thing I see people push aside.
They’re jumping over it. “I’ll worry about that later. Give me the money. Give me the answer. Give me the tools.”
They jumped over it and I did it for years. I knew the stuff but I didn’t apply it to my life. I don’t need that. I could counsel other people but reflecting on me. “I don’t need that. I’m good. I know this stuff.” Be careful. Whenever you start believing your own BS, you know everything, and you have that know-it-all hat on, be warned. You’re ready for a dip and decline unless you take it off and get real.
It’s something that I do that I’m going to share here too. Part of my daily reflection and journaling, we write our gratitudes, where our headspaces, physical being, or whatever, is that I ask myself every day, “Am I living the advice I gave to Susie and John? Am I living what I advised everyone else to do?” I’m challenging myself on that because I caught myself doing something. I was like, “I’m not doing that.” I was telling them that they should do that and I forgot about the fact that I wasn’t doing that. I incorporated it into my daily routine, reminding me that I need to be doing what I’m telling everyone else to do. That helps us grow. As you said, it’s a journey.
You’ve got to walk your talk. I even go one step further and I utilize all my coaching and training. Every time I talk to someone as opportunities to what I call program myself to lay in the foundation work, I want to make sure that it is strong. For instance, almost every time on stage or giving a presentation, at some point, I talk about how important it is to be on time because I am always on time. I never miss my mark. I am never late for an appointment and stage performance. If I’m doing a three-day bootcamp, I’ll say in the first 15 to 20 minutes, all weekend long when I say we’re going to start at X amount of time or at X time in the morning and we’re going to end at this time, you can count on it. It’ll be on the second. People look at me like, “How can you do that? What if things come up?” I said, “They never do.” You manifest it. For many years, I have never missed stage time. I talk a lot. I account for that I am dedicated. I program myself to be dedicated, walk my talk, make sure that what I say, I’m actually living. It manifests into a better world for me, my family, my community, and all the people that are watching. Be that stand if you will.When you ask for help and receive it, the world is your oyster. Click To Tweet
It reminds me of something I learned from a colleague of ours. His CPC rule which is Clues, Patterns and Choices. I love that because I have a little sticky here at my office, clues, patterns and choices because I’m making sure, “Am I living these things? Are the people I’m working with living these?” I will get to the point where there’s a clue, there’s a pattern, and now I have to make a choice whether or not this person can continue to wag my tail instead of me wagging my tail.
Before we move on, this particular keys of we want to walk our talk. I also look for people that do the same. When you’re looking, analyze, and judge people, and judging people is okay. We all need to be doing that. When you’re looking for joint venture partners, strategic partners, and people that you want to associate with, they are going to leave clues. You’re going to be able to tell, “Are they walking the talk? Are they doing what they say they’re going to do?” Look for it. Don’t discount it. My grandfather taught me ordinary and usual behavior. That was his term, similar to what you were talking about. What is their usual behavior? That behavior will continue in the future. If you don’t like their behavior now, count on that it’s happening in the future. It’s not going to change. Not only hold yourself accountable, watch other people and hold them accountable too.
That’s important. Jim Rohn said, “You’re the accumulation of the five people you hang around with.” If you continue to hang around people that show up late, you’re going to start showing up late if you’re not putting boundaries to guide you. Paul, in your life, has there been anything that has surprised you about this journey?
Other than six kids?
You’re over that now. During your path, is there anything that has surprised you in your life?
One of the biggest things that have come as a great realization, it doesn’t matter how much you grow, there are still things to learn. As we look at celebrities and extremely rich people, we look at all these categories of people that we put them in to realize that they’re like you and me. The chitchat in their head, their own insecurities, and challenges, they’re still human. The more I’ve stepped out of my own fears and blocks, I started hanging out with millionaires and billionaires. I first jumped the fence, if you will. I started hanging out with people and you’re the average of the five people you hang out with the most, and they had insecurities, funny chitchat, and funny challenges.
They learned how to bypass them and be productive, regardless. It doesn’t mean they eliminated them. It was such a realization like, “I can do that.” as I interview many people and coach them, they look to eliminate, “I still have chitchat in my head.” “No kidding. The guy over there makes $250 million. He has the chitchat.” “I know. I coach him.” Recognize that it’s okay. You don’t have to eliminate all these things that you have going on in your head to create the success, be confident that you can, and have the belief that you can. We’re all human. We all have flaws and things going on.
It is how you learn how to overcome them. In full transparency, that was something that you helped me with almost the first day. I did a little more work after that. Now that I’ve overcome that and when it creeps back in, I just go, “You can’t do that.” I’m very quickly go over it instead of circling the drain. I have to shut off the water. I was like, “We’re not going there.” That’s interesting too. Thank you so much for sharing that.
I want to add one of the key components in judging success. The people that are highly successful versus the people that aren’t. I found the difference between the speed with which they jump, put that aside, stop circling the drain, and keep moving forward. It’s the speed of transition. They still have the same thought, they just transition quicker.
I’m so confident in that now and it’s only been a handful of months, just like that. It happened. I did a meditation to do it. I’m not a meditator but I did a meditation with someone and it worked. I told one of my clients about it, I said, “You need to go do this meditation as you call it.” She’s like, “It’s working.” It’s weird.
I’m not one of those people but I guess it worked.
It’s Mark Victor Hansen’s wife, Crystal. She has a meditation and it was incredible. That was some of your philosophy and whatnot but talking about business, you help people with internal, external, and business models. It’s a full package and full circle. There are a lot of coaches that are about creating products and time management. That’s one of my things but I’m holistic too. You dig deep into the internal, external, and business model. I totally get the internal because it’s an inside job. All my life, I’ve been doing an inside job working at myself. Tell us a little bit about the external and what you mean by saying you work on the internal, external, and business model?
I talked about three different pillars of our existence. As an entrepreneur, as a small business owner, you have your business vehicle. Usually, people pick the industry that they’re going to be in. “I’m going to be in mortgages.” That’s a business vehicle. You can dig deeper as to what the business model is. If you’re in the commercial or residential, what criteria, mortgage, or funding are you going to do? What’s your lane that you’re going to drive in? You’ll get niched in what you deliver and what you service then you have your external pillar which is the websites, marketing funnels, engagement, podcasts, books, and all the different things that you’ll use as your tools to deliver or engage with your audience.
You have the internal. The emotional intelligence, the motivation, the drive, and the focus of your habits every single day. What gets you up in the morning and what your work ethic is? The challenge is, people usually do it in that pattern. They’ll go with the business model, decide what vehicle they’re in, they’ll then do the tools, and the strategies. They’ll learn everything about all the different tools. They’re looking for the magic bullet. “It’s a website. It’s the marketing funnel. It’s the copy.” That’s going to make the difference and then they’ll start looking internally.
After so many years of this journey, I will tell you the thing that made me quantum leap by my ten-time fold increase. Over the short period of time happened what I focused internally. When I began to realize how I was shunning people, how I was scaring people away, how I wasn’t being of integrity, how I wasn’t motivated or driven, and how I wasn’t consistent with my behavior. All those things had nothing to do with what I said.
I learned scripting from the best. I was doing cold calling in Midtown Manhattan when I was right out of college. I knew how to do it and still couldn’t jump past that six-figure mentality. It wasn’t until I got clear with what was going on internally, the emotional intelligence that jump the fence, and went ten-fold. I encourage people, let’s go back to the internal first because then I can pick up all the tools, I can go to any industry, and create millions. It doesn’t matter the vehicle as much because everything follows from your internal congruency.
When you have clarity, you know what tools to pick up. You don’t have to pick up everything. You’ll be more advised and more clear about that part of it.
When you get to your business model, it’s like, “How to find resources? Who to ask?” You’re more open to collaborative work, so it’s so easy to like, “I want an industry, I step in, I grab hold of some of the best people in the industry, and we get going.” This isn’t rocket science. Other people have already figured it out.
I want to transition as we’re ending our time together. You’ve had lots of success in your life and continue to have that success. What are some of your passions outside of business, be a market influencer, and serve the community globally?
There’s a couple. One is to continue what I’m doing. I’ve been now coaching for many years. This is what I love to do. I coach entrepreneurs on how to find the rest of their passion, the rest of their story, and their real purpose so that they can create abundance for themselves, their family, and their community. You design thousands of millions of hubs of entrepreneurs creating magic in their own community. You’ve got a world that works. Absolutely helping people inspired to their greatness that’s within them. The second passion and you may be some of the first people to be hearing about this is we’re starting a foundation for educating the children.
My six children are my guinea pigs. I tested everything out on them and now they’re adults. From all I can tell, I’ve proven the test of time. They’re amazing humans. Now it’s a matter of taking that same training, bringing it to the younger generations and making sure that they know how to find their purpose and passion early on in their life. Know how to have emotional intelligence and engagement with the world so that they can grow to be their best and their fullest. We’re designing all this material and information to be able to be utilized at the ground level, if you will.
Going forward, we have five generations that are working together now for the first time ever in history. Everybody has different goals, attributes, and experiences. The younger generation is looking to be an entrepreneur. They are definitely in the entrepreneurial space. What better way to educate them than through someone who’s already gone through it? I know some of your kids are doing that too. You had mentioned that they’re starting some businesses. My kids are entrepreneurs. They mimic what they see. That’s great because they’re going to need a lot of guidance and the guidance that they’re perhaps getting these days is from someone who’s a Baby Boomer or older Gen X who says, “Go to school, get a job, get this.”
The myth of America that we know doesn’t work. Working for somebody for 40 to 50 years or retiring with a pension, a watch, and go work at Best Buy is not the answer. It doesn’t work. There are better alternatives that teach them how to have the power to do whatever they want.
I want to ask you a couple of off-the-cuff questions. I don’t do this all the time but I want to ask you some questions. You’re going to be floored when you hear some of these. Growing up, what was your favorite TV show as a kid?
That brings me back. In my twenties or my teens, it was Star Trek and M*A*S*H. Those kinds of quirky dramas.
It tells me your generation, which I know anyway. Mine was Mister Rogers. He was my man. That’s when I was growing up. In my first year in college, I worked the graveyard shift at the front desk as part of my scholarship program and MTV was on the television. It was crazy. I saw Devo’s Whip It.
You mentioned Mr. Rogers, Saturday Night Live, and Eddie Murphy is playing Mister Rogers.
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
Emil and the garbage station there.
That was good too. As a child, I’m going to ask you the second one and then I’m not going to ask you any more about that. What was your favorite board game?
Monopoly and Risk. I’m taking one step further. There’s a game called Rail Baron that no one knows. I found and I bought it this Christmas. A used one because it’s not made any more for my children. It’s one of my favorite games as a teenager.Self-reflection and knowing who you are is so key to create that success. Click To Tweet
I get what it’s about. You’d have Risk and Monopoly.
It’s all about strategic play. One of the ways I approach business and life, it’s all about strategy and strategic play. You take yourself and this whole thing about business too seriously but for me, you’re going to be doomed. It is about play. Treat it like Monopoly money, you’re going A-ok.
Have you ever heard of Pit?
No. A card game?
It’s a card game with a bell. It’s a stock market game, all straight. You’re trying to accumulate all the same suit. What you’re doing is you’re trying to accumulate wheat, corn, or barley and we have a bull and bear. The bear is bad news if you’re left with the bear. If you get the bull, it’s a wildcard. You stand around, you ding the bell, the stock market opens, and everyone starts trading. If somebody wins and everybody gets upset.
Is it still around?
Yes. We couldn’t find it for so long. We finally found it, so we gobbled up a bunch. Everybody has it at their house now. It’s fun. It’s kind of strategic but it’s more fun and we’re stressed when it happens. Paul, the last question I want to ask you is what do you think is your number one, best God-given gift.
Being able to see through the BS. Being able to weed through it and then clarify what that logic pattern is to help other people see the forest through the trees. To be able to see what’s going on versus what our mind or our world envisions we’re supposed to see.
That’s a good skill to be able to see that from people. One would think, “You’re a medium,” but it’s not that. It’s being able to see very clearly what others can’t see. I admire that.
I call myself a Maverick because I’ve always looked at the world with this obvious intent and then I realized that other people didn’t see the same thing as I communicated it. One of my first businesses was created out of thin air. There were all these other people around me. How come they didn’t do the same thing? This was easy money. It wasn’t until later that I realized they did not see it, whereas for me, it was obvious. That was in my twenties.
That’s powerful because that’s taken you exactly where you are now. It guides the people that you’re helping like me. It’s unbelievably appreciated. Paul, if someone wants to get in touch with you, I know one of the gifts that you have is you do a Sneak Peek, one-day event. We have the link for people to go to that if you want to learn more about Paul and want to step into his community, my community, where we’re all hanging out, and learn more from him. Consider his programs and consider working with him as well. How else would you want someone to connect with you?
Without brushing that aside, one full day, it’s totally my free gift. We do it fairly often. We may be slowing that down a little bit. We’re doing it at least once a month now, so take advantage. It is amazing. What I wanted to do for you and for all the people that are here is give a consult for them. They want to talk to me one-on-one. It’s one of the ways that you and I first connected. I wanted to give that to all your group here. They can go to MaverickOffer.com. On there, they’re entering their email address, their phone, and their name. They’re instantly going to be brought to my calendar. They’re going to be able to book an appointment and get clear. I’ll give them a significant amount of time. Usually, we have 30 to 60 minutes appointments. We’ll definitely dig deep as to their purpose, what are their goals, where they are going, and what kind of advice I can give to them.
Thank you. Believe me, that is a big gift because Paul doesn’t have a lot of time. Take him up on that offer and learn from a great master. I almost called you Maverick. I don’t know where that came from, but Paul, I just want to say thank you again so much for coming here, sharing your story with us, and helping us figure out how we’re going to break through these glass ceilings that we have on our way from success to significance and everything in between. It’s been an absolute pleasure. I’m so grateful and appreciate you so much.
It is my pleasure. I’m glad we were able to put this together. Paul Finck, The Maverick Millionaire, come find me, come work with us. We’re just waiting for you. Thank you so much, Jen.
You’re welcome. We’ll catch you next time on Success to Significance. Please don’t forget, write a review and give us a great rating. Anytime you want to have a specific person on the show or have a story about breaking through some type of glass ceiling, please don’t forget to connect with us Support@KineticSparkConsulting.com and let’s have a chitchat about that. I look forward to catching you on the next episode.
About Paul Finck
Paul Finck, The Maverick Millionaire® is one of the foremost authorities in business and personal development today.
In his over 3 decades of sales, marketing, and entrepreneurial experience, Paul has moved over $20 million in Real Estate transactions, sold over $30 million in informational products, and ran over 250 live events.
He has worked with some of the best-known speakers in the world to take their events to the next level, and coached entrepreneurs and small business owners from around the world to build their business and create an abundant future for them all.
When you desire a real difference in your personal or financial world, crave a strategic game plan, looking to build a great team, and maximize your income dramatically in the next 12 months, Paul Finck is the Maverick for you.
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