Entrepreneurship and Motivation with Rocco Cozza

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Hey there boys and girls, this is Brad Wilson the host of “The Process” podcast, the weekly  show where I analyze and dissect the daily systems and processes of amazing human beings.

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On today’s episode I have with me Rocco Cozza. 

Rocco is a business lawyer who has owned and invested in more than a dozen different businesses.

He’s one of those genuine, lifelong entrepreneur’s who was born with business-building in his blood. 

“Kindness always wins.” – Rocco Cozza

He’s also an author (Despite the fact that he never used to think of himself as being creative), mentor, course creator, podcaster, coach, and a genuinely kind and generous man.

In our conversation, you’ll learn:

  • How Rocco uses proven systems and blind faith to reach his goals.
  • Why being a newly graduated lawyer doesn’t automatically make you a real estate expert (Much to young Rocco’s chagrin).
  • Why Rocco wishes he would have invested in coaches and courses decades ago.

And much more.

To listen to my conversation with Rocco Cozza on this episode of “The Process” with Brad Wilson click any of the logos below.

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Show notes:

02:15 – Could you tell me what you mean when you say that you’ve always been an entrepreneur at heart?
03:16 – How old were you when you selling the baseball cards?
03:43 – How did the entrepreneurial side keep manifesting itself in your mid-teenage years?
04:46 – Why did you feel like you needed to go make a boatload of money?
05:35 – What did you go to school for?
07:32 – How did that personal training job in a gym instill a work ethic that you needed to do well in law school?
08:45 – Did your interest in psychology help you with the selling?
09:43 – Do you suggest anybody who is pursuing entrepreneurship dive deeply into the art of selling?
10:38 – What’s the first step for someone who wants to be at sales?
11:38 – What are you crappy at?
13:21 – Why do you think all the money is at being a top one to two percent in a specific skill?
14:20 – What were your plans after you finished law school?
15:21 – How did it feel when you found out you were going to have a son?
16:31 – Tell me about your experiences in law.
17:53 – What kind of lawyer are you?
18:34 – How did that lead you to explore more of the entrepreneurial side of yourself?
20:22 – How is the fulfillment level?
21:39 – How did you go about making that transition from employment?
23:20 – What does a typical day look like for you?
27:19 – Can you tell about any of your business failures?
32:17 – What’s a common barrier that you think keeps people from realizing their full potential and what specific steps can they take to overcome said barrier?
33:58 – How do we create awareness or get over feeling the entitlement that can hold of us back?
34:50 – What resources would you suggest people seek out to find a process that they can blindly stick by?
36:00 – Who have you followed that’s given you success?
38:19 – On entrepreneurship, what’s something that people focus a lot of time on, that doesn’t give them much in the way of results?
41:36 – What is an assumption that people make about their lives that you think they should spend some more time thinking about?
43:11 – What is a tragic thing you see regularly that you wish you could change?
47:46 – What wisdom would you share with a twenty-year-old version of yourself listening to this interview?
53:35 – Are you a rabid fan of any blogs or resources, and if so, which ones?
54:55 – Do you have any books that you re-read every few years, and if so, which ones?
57:47 – What actions do you regularly take, that allow your soul to breathe?
1:01:20 – What’s a story that you’ve always believed about yourself or the world that you’re starting to suspect isn’t true?
1:04:20 – What’s a current large goal for you?
1:06:37 – If you could share one truth with the world, what would that truth be?
1:08:31 – Where can my audience find you in the digital world?

Books Mentioned

 The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber   The E-Myth Attorney: Why Most Legal Practices Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber    The Success Principles(TM): How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by Jack Canfield   The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success by Jeff Olson   The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene


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