Speaker 1: We’ll go ahead and start. So guys I’m here with Barry. He’s actually one of our clients that’s been with us for … gosh, how long? Is it almost two years?
Barry: Coming up on two years.
Speaker 1: Wow. He’s grown to be a good friend. He actually spoke at our first ever Predictable Premium Live, which I did not wanna do, as far as the live. I’ve gotten pretty spoiled to do business like this and we kept having members in our community that … actually, a lot had done business with you and you helped them out, just, “I wanna meet Barry face to face, I wanna meet somebody else face to face.” People wanted to meet, okay, let’s get together in Las Vegas. And we did that, had a lot of fun. Barry was one of our speakers, had some great content, very original, very cool, brought music into it and creativity, brought his guitar, rocked the house, right, on the top floor of the MGM Grand. That was pretty cool. Had a great time doing it. So thanks for taking a couple minutes, Barry. What’s been your favorite thing now, man, again, now that you’ve been with us for so long, what’s your favorite thing about the program or what’s been your biggest takeaway?
Barry: Yeah, probably being able to set up automation, generating my leads all through automation. You talked about setting it up once and then having it feed you for years to come. And going through the Facebook content and understanding how all that works with, the details of what it takes to really put that in place, that’s been my number one takeaway. And I love the fact in my world, 99% of my business is virtual, so I’m getting leads from people all across the country. And I’ve been able to do that because of what you taught me in the program with Facebook and automation and just setting up those drip campaigns and making it happen through the content that’s all digital.
Speaker 1: Yeah. That’s awesome, man, that’s awesome. Well cool. It’s great to have you as part of the community. You’re a big asset to the community. A lot of guys look up to you, they go to you for help. And you always put them first, that was a big thing. I trust you with everything. Any time I have somebody asking, raising their hand and say, “Hey, I need some help. Who do I trust? Who will help me?” I’m happy to send them your way and I know you’re gonna do right by them and you keep doing that. So thanks for being such an awesome part of our community. You really are a big asset. In our community we get such great feedback about it, and it’s guys like you that make it that good, that spirit of giving and giving back goes around, it’s contagious. We have guys every day that are like, “This is crazy. I’m a Mass Mutual guy and I had a Northwestern Mutual guy help me the other day. That doesn’t happen in the real world.” And the same thing with a State Farm guy helping a Farmer’s guy, so that’s pretty cool. Thanks for everything you do with us, man.
Barry: Yeah, you’re welcome. You’ve made comments before about that where when you create value for other people, even if you might see it as competition, what does it do? It heightens the game, heightens the game for everyone. And so I believe in that philosophy. I know you believe in that philosophy. And it’s very important I think because we’re living in a world of abundance. There’s too many people out there thinking in scarcity and they’re worried about me, me, me. But I’ve learned in life when you pay it forward, when you create value for other people, competition or not, everyone benefits. And if you see it in that light, it’s just extremely valuable.
Speaker 1: Yeah, absolutely. Well, thanks again, man.
Barry: Yeah. You’re welcome.