Josh Felber: Pushing Yourself To Achieve Excellence In Life & Business

Chatting With Champions Podcast Interview #71. Tyler Basu and Josh Felber “Pushing Yourself To Achieve Excellence In Life & Business”

Josh Felber | Pushing Yourself To Achieve Excellence In Life & Business | Chatting With Champions Josh Felber is focused on challenging himself and those around him to consistent excellence.  Blessed with the heart of an athlete, mind of a leader and an entrepreneurial spirit, he is not only effective in his approach to business, but also extremely gifted in motivating people to achieve their own goals.  His intense drive and dedication to succeed has laid the foundation for his innovative approach to leadership.

While still in his teens, Josh started Merchant Financial Services, which became one of the largest entities in that industry.  He led the company to generate annual transactions of over $5 Billion. Josh has been recognized multiple times in the National Who’s Who of Entrepreneurs, was a National Winner of the ATT and USA Today Investment Challenge, has been featured on radio and television, and has contributed articles to Entrepreneur.com and Inc.com, among others.

Visit Josh’s website: www.joshfelber.com

Follow Josh on Twitter: @felberjosh

 

Topics discussed in this interview:

  • Josh’s background, how he got started as an entrepreneur
  • An overview of his past and current businesses
  • Challenges entrepreneurs face and how to overcome them
  • Leadership advice for bringing out the best in people
  • How to stay motivated when faced with challenges
  • Balancing health, family, relationships, business
  • Josh’s definition of success
  • Advice for aspiring entrepreneurs

 

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Key quotes:

  • When I go into a business venture I always start from the legal standpoint and work with my attorneys. If you can mitigate most of the stuff on the front end it helps everything run smoother and cleaner on the back end down the road. Set it up and do it right from the beginning.
  • You can pretty much do anything if you understand and learn and know sales. Sales are what help your business grow.
  • You have to lead by example. For myself, working at the level and the capacity that I do, it rubs off on people.
  • Understanding your why will help determine your outcomes and your drive. A lot of people focus on the how but they don’t really have that why.
  • Success is freedom – being able to do whatever I want whenever I want. It’s making time work for me instead of me being a slave to time.