Josh Noble is a network marketing superstar and entrepreneur with a strong work ethic and a willingness to see opportunities that cross his path. During this chat with Tony G., Josh shares his introduction into network marketing and how that evolved into an entrepreneurial mindset that would pave the way for a successful career. He learned early that it’s important to work for what you want – his dad taught him that there are no handouts in life, you have to earn the things you have. This mindset left a lasting impression on Josh and formed him into a guy with loads of integrity and a willingness to do what it takes to get the job done.
The value of learning a strong work ethic at an early age.
Growing up in Oregon, Josh learned very early that a strong work ethic is a must. The values instilled in Josh and his siblings shaped them into hard workers who never looked for a handout. He always knew he would work hard, but Josh wasn’t quite sure what the future had in store for him. He developed an interest in physical therapy, and so he started school in Arizona intending to focus his studies in that area. Josh soon realized this wasn’t the path for him and was drawn to business, specifically supply chain management.
Realizing opportunities are all around us.
After finding his niche in supply chain management, Josh’s roommate presented an opportunity in network marketing to him. He was skeptical, so Josh stuck with his job bussing tables at Outback Steakhouse. In time, it became obvious that his roommate was making good money working his network marketing business from home, so Josh decided to jump on the opportunity. From there, the business grew exponentially. Josh and his roommate were able to grow the business to every state in the US and 40 additional countries around the world. His skepticism quickly disappeared and soon Josh was “all in” in network marketing.Realizing #Opportunities are all around us and you have to be open to them, on this episode of The… Click To Tweet
Learning to appreciate everything you have.
Josh offers insight into one of his mentors and how he influenced him throughout his life. This mentor, Scott Ballard, was part of an inspiring trip to Uganda. Josh discusses how this trip influenced him and the power of being around people who make you realize you must have gratitude for everything you have. Josh offers insight into the process of meeting with leaders in the village who had an entrepreneurial mindset and helping them come up with ways of generating income so they no longer had to rely on donations.
Creating a 5-10 year plan.
As they close out their chat, Tony G. and Josh discuss the future – specifically what Josh’s 5-year plan looks like. They talk about how Josh ended up joining the ShipOffers team and what he sees as his future there. He also offers insight into his real estate business, which Josh describes as “Match.com meets real estate”. It’s clear from this chat that Josh understands the value of being open to opportunities and working hard for what he has. It’s also clear that he’s created the life he loves by being willing to work hard and put in the time to develop solid businesses.The importance of #aligning with the right people, on this episode of The #Entrepreneur Unplugged Click To Tweet
OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE
- [0:43] Tony G.’s introduction of his guest, Josh Noble.
- [3:11] Josh’s background.
- [7:02] Opportunities are all around us – why it’s about being open to them.
- [8:38] Someone who influenced Josh a lot in his career.
- [9:33] What impacted you the most about your trip to Uganda?
- [11:36] What’s life like when Josh leaves work?
- [13:02] More about Josh’s involvement in the real estate industry.
- [15:42] What are some things you enjoy doing outside of work?
- [16:07] Where Josh sees himself in the next 5-10 years.
- [18:42] The crossover in the network and digital marketing industries.
- [19:31] Best way to get in touch with Josh.
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