Josh Tapp is host of The Lucky Titan podcast. He is dedicated to discovering & sharing the secrets that successful entrepreneurs use to manufacture lucky breaks in their business. He runs the Tribe of Titans, a community mastermind group to facilitate joint venture deals between his members.
Below are some insights from Josh Tapp. Enjoy!
What is your personal definition of success?
Having an impact on individuals who desire to create an impact in their industry.
Can you share the steps you take daily to improve?
I use The the freedom journal by John Lee Dumas to facilitate my biggest goal every 100 days. Each day I set micro goals to help me accomplish my biggest goal and I implement a new habit every 10 days to help myself develop every day. I am accountable to mentors and the people who are a part of my mastermind.
What is your advice for someone making an important decision?
Take a step back and ask why you are going in the direction you are. If it isn’t in the direction of your life goal and mission, then stop and change trajectory immediately.
Tell me about a specific moment that set you on the path you’re on now?
I completely shut down my business that was thriving because It wasn’t in line with my life’s purpose and it set me on the path of the lucky titan.
If you could recommend one book for our audience, what would it be?
Talk Like Ted by Carmine Gallo.
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Which character traits do you value most?
Excellence and forgiveness.
How do you push through tough times?
I don’t push through the hard times. I recognize that i’m in a tough situation and I’m grateful to know it is a situation of my own making, then I choose to be happy with the hard time because I know it will make a great story someday.
What inspires you?
People creating an impact.
How do you manage and prioritize opportunities?
If it isn’t in line with my long-term goals I don’t accept them. I prioritize them based on the ability to outsource them.
What advice would you give to your 18-year-old self?
Don’t get caught up in the fastest path to money, instead focus on impact and community, only then will the money follow.