059: Everything Starts with Mindset with Mia Hewett

On this episode of Build Your Network, Host Travis Chappell interviews Mia Hewett from learn.miahewett.com/thriving. She’s an international speaker, world-class leader, and performance catalyst.

Here’s what Travis and Mia discuss in this episode:

  • About Mia Hewett:
    • She supports entrepreneurs to go from to great and great to unstoppable.
    • She teaches the exact science to achieve results.
    • In a nutshell, Mia knew as a little girl that there was greatness inside of her, she just didn’t know how to live it.
    • She knew that she was meant to play a bigger
    • She grew up really poor and her biggest pain was that she didn’t know how to get successful results.
    • When she was 13 years old, she went into typing, and a girl came up to her to beat the crap out of her.
      • She just kept staring at her because she didn’t know what was happening.
      • All the kids around were shouting “hit her.”
        • She interpreted it as the kids cheering the bully on.
      • In her 30’s, she wanted to know how she would motivate herself to talk to people.
        • She always went back to that moment as a kid.
      • We have this belief that the people who have success don’t understand introverts or fear, but Mia really knows what you’re going through.
      • She co-owned and operated a 7-figure business, an insurance company.
        • She had a lot of teams, failed so many times and then finally got it right.
        • The only thing she knew about power was her father’s dominating personality.
      • She likes to give two models of reality:
        • She came from fear and scarcity.
        • She now comes from authenticity and thriving.
      • She used to think that what was driving her was to be wealthy.
      • She now remembers being really wealthy and feeling completely irrelevant.
      • Wealth has less to do with money and more to do with your ability to master creating wealth whenever you want.
        • She coaches her entrepreneurs to come from this place of wealth.
      • If you were not raised in a household that used shame and guilt as a form of manipulation, you have no fear.
        • Fear comes from shame and guilt.
      • How do you reprogram your mind to a prosperity mindset?
        • You have to become aware. You have to know the infinite potential we have that’s already inside you.
          • You were born with the ability to be successful; it’s your programming that’s keeping you the same.
          • Our results are always equal to our current level of belief; our desires are equal to our potential.
          • One of the most common misunderstandings is that problems are just a way of life.
          • Inside of the law of polarity, nowhere in the universe exists a half of something.
            • If there’s a right, there’s a left; if there’s an up there’s a down, etc.
              • If failure exists, then the success of that exists at the same moment in time and to an equal extent.
              • If a problem exists, a solution must exist at the same moment in time.
            • She was obsessed with knowing the truth because she wanted to be a good girl.
            • She would look at people who were “bad people,” but they were successful.
          • What’s the process to start thriving?
            • Separate the truth from the lies so you can get curious to apply that truth.
            • This will shift how you think and decisions you make.
          • Do you believe that what you know or who you know is more important, and why?
            • Both, but here’s why:
              • There are three things you must do to be a great networker:
                • Get really clear on who you would be
                  • One of the biggest misunderstandings about networking is people consider it schmoozing, manipulating, etc.
                    • This comes from a mindset of scarcity.
                  • Networking is all about connection and sharing.
                    • What can I give and offer to others?
                    • How can I build real relationships?
                  • For networking, you have to measure.
                • If you’re inside of surviving, you only get more surviving.
              • Because you come from integrity, you get supporters.
                • People will start to fuel your referrals.
                • You will support them back and fuel them.
              • Networking is about the 50/50 rule.
                • You’ll talk to people who are your ideal prospects, but the other 50 is about sharing and adding value.
              • The 250 x 250 Principle from Joe Gerrard
                • He was an American salesman that ended up in the Guinness Book of World Records.
                  • He sold over 13,000 cars.
                • He went to a funeral and was given a prayer card – there was a picture of he deceased on the card.
                • He wanted to know how the funeral director knew how many cards to print.
                  • The director found that on average, every person knows about 250 people.
                • Joe put this to work; he kept in mind that every time you deal with a person, you’re dealing with 250 potential customers.
              • Boil it down to one tip:
                • Most people don’t know how to make a decision. When you make a decision, don’t worry what you might lose.
                • Make a decision, then go to work to make it right.
                • Cut off all thoughts of possibly losing out.
                • If God gave us the ability to imagine it, He gave us the ability to create it.
                • Know that you’re here to serve , you do have greatness, and there are people looking for you.
              • The Random Round
                • What profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?
                  • Singing, she’s never nailed that one.
                • If you could sit on a park bench for any hour with anyone past or present, who would it be?
                  • Her younger self, tell her the truth.
                • How do you like to learn best, books, blogs, podcasts or video?
                  • Read it, then put it into mindset.
                  • Video or read it.
                • What’s one of your favorite books?
                  • The Power of Consistency
                • Give us a glimpse of your morning routine:
                  • Everything is about vision.
                • What is your go-to pump up song:
                  • Bruno Mars
                • What are you not very good at?
                  • Telling jokes, she says the punchline too soon.
                • Can find her on Instagram @miaihewitt, Facebook @miahewitt

 

Tweetable Quotes:

  • You were born with the ability to be successful, it’s your programming that’s keeping you the same.
  • Make a decision, then go to work to make it right.

Resources Mentioned:

Buildyournetwork.com – Podcast website

www.miahewitt.com – Mia’s website

The Power of Consistency – Mia’s Recent Favorite Book

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