Aug. 30, 2022

The 3 Pillars of Influence with Adam Adams


Have you ever wondered what the best ways are to grow and expand your network?

Do you want to be the person in front of the crowd and make yourself and your business known to the world?

Adam Adams has a loyal following in the podcasting space. After selling his first podcast, he launched the Podcast on Podcasting which is ranked as a top show for podcasters. Adam is also the founder of GrowYourShow.com where they help you get your message out to the world. Grow Your Show is The Easy Button For Podcasters TM that want to have a top rated show without all the hard work. Their clients are getting ranked in the top 1% on iTunes and other top charts which means they have more influence than the other 99%.

In this episode, Adam enumerates the three pillars of influence as he explains each pillar’s importance and interrelatedness with one another.

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What you'll learn in just 38 minutes from today's episode:

  • What the three pillars of influence are and how you can achieve your goals through it;
  • Why each pillar is important and are all interconnected;
  • Get tips on how to make the pillars a part of your life, especially if you’re afraid and shy to be the person in front of the crowd

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Topics Covered:

01:26 – A short backstory of Adam’s real estate investing journey

05:10 – “Your network is your net worth”: Starting a podcast to grow his network

07:48 – The 3 pillars of influence: (1) Meeting people in person

09:58 – Tips on meeting people even when you’re a shy person

14:37 – Talking about his Creative Real Estate Lunch Club and its impact on his business

21:14 – The 3 pillars of influence: (2) Social media + Adam’s tips based on how his meetup grew through social media

25:49 – The importance of focusing on a social media platform that suits you best

28:23 – The 3 pillars of influence: (3) Thought leadership

33:12 – Your why’s gotta be bigger than whatever it is that your fears are. Ask for help.

36:13 – Connect with Adam Adams

Key Takeaways:

“Think about it as three-legged stool; you’re on a barstool or whatever. You will fall over if you only got two of them. Just let that sink in. You've got to do all three for that stability.” – Adam Adams

“The thing that I do intentionally every time is I forget about myself and I only think about the person on the other side. Something almost miraculous happens when you make that shift and you focus on the service instead of yourself. You don't care that you stutter anymore. You don't care if you're slouching or standing up and looking awkward or whatever it is. You just start to feel more natural, and your words, your thoughts, and your efforts are on serving that person.” – Adam Adams

“That which you persist in doing will become easier to do. You just got to keep focusing, and it will eventually give you endless potential. So just keep doing it.” – Adam Adams

“There's a lot of people that are afraid to even have a social media or they just don't want to put themselves out there or they don't want people to see them or find them. But what I've noticed, when you want to have real influence – and we're calling these the three pillars of influence, three-legged stool, you need all three – if that's what you're looking for, you have to realize and understand that most people, when they're going to vet you, they're going to Google you. They're going to look for your Facebook. They're going to look for your LinkedIn. They're going to look for you online. They're going to see what types of pictures you post. As they get to know who you are, as they get to see that stuff, see you with your sweetheart, see you're doing your hobbies, they get to know you and it allows them to trust you more because they find your social.” – Adam Adams

“They're all the most important. They are all critical. You can't have the success that you dream of without having a little bit of all three of these.” – Adam Adams

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