Globetrotter X Closing Lifestyle
This is Joel Goh a.k.a Rich Asian™, leader of Dan Lok’s Closing Team writing to you from Taipei, Taiwan. The past month has been filled with adventure, challenges and exciting time as I closed, Co-Instructed a Class in HTC as well as traveled South East Asia!
This short piece today reflects my thoughts and experiences Closing while traveling for a full month, and how I schedule my days.
Always.Be.Closing = ABC
Closing is a perishable skill. What that simply means is that if you’re not constantly practicing Closing, it is easy to “get rusty” and that would affect your overall performance.
You wouldn’t want your High Income Skill to dwindle now would you?
I don’t know about you, but it’s literally the foundation of what keeps me going financially!
So for the past month, I’ve been closing consistently. I schedule 2.5 hours in the morning between 0800 - 1030 for calls and another 2 hours in the evening between 2130 - 2330 just to close.
By doing this, I ensure that I always get my “reps” in and keep my High Income Skill and tip top condition.
Staying Connected While on the Road
Even when I’m not closing and am out and about exploring, I always ensure that I’m connected to the internet so I can answer and get back to urgent matters. I have both my cellphones, my laptop and my mobile hotspot with me pretty much 24/7.
I want to talk about out an awesome mobile hotspot called GlocalMe: https://www.glocalme.com/. I’ve been using it for the past month in 5 different countries and it has probably been the best piece of equipment that I’ve ever had.
Some cool features:
15 hour battery life
3 Sim card slot options
1 built in Sim that you can pay to use
2 extra nano and micro Sim card slots that you can add a local Sim to!
Connects up to 5 devices max!
It’s like a Powerbank, you can charge your devices with it using a charging cable
The GlocalMe has been fantastic because it really offers the potential of blazing speeds and unlimited Wi-Fi in different countries, rather than roaming on my cell phone which can be slow and expensive.
If you’ve been following me on Social Media or in the HTC groups especially, you’ve noticed that I’ve met up with HTC family members in every single country we visited!
It’s been a great privilege to have been able to meet family members everywhere we traveled to. We truly have to thank Sifu Dan Lok for creating a family of like-minded individuals that we can count on and learn from everywhere we go.
At these meetups, we talk about everything from Closing to business to personal family issues. We had members anywhere between 18 - 60 attend these meetups and it goes to show that once we’re a family, age and phase in life doesn’t matter; what matters is that we’re here as a family to support and care for one another.
Traveling for the past month has been exciting, refreshing and a good way to kick off 2019. However, I’ve been feeling a little homesick and can’t wait to get back to the US! 2019 will be a huge year for me and my team and we can’t wait to kick things off with a blast!
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