Episode 41: Dylan Ogline - Focus On Essentials And Delete The Rest
Gold Nuggets in this Episode:
- Juliet wants to retire in the Caribbean.
- “You need to focus on the essential few and let go of the trivial many.”
- “A little bit of progress across 15 things isn’t really moving you forward to accomplish what you want to accomplish because you’re not moving forward far enough in any of the areas.”
- “There’s an entrepreneurial spirit in some of us that is not in all of us.”
- “You need to stop trying to build an airline, and instead drill for oil.”
“You don’t have to be the best in the world at drilling for oil, but you could probably make a lot of money in that industry if you’re just okay at it.”
- “Your mentors don’t have to be people that you’ve ever actually met.”
“Try to keep it condensed. Pick one or two people in a certain subject matter and just follow them.”
- “Keep seeking the mentor until you find the one that resonates with you.”
- “200 years from now, we’re all going to be dust. Even if we change the world, no one is going to remember us 200 years from now. The meaning of life is to take the luck that you were given, push it as far as you can, and then sprinkle it around as best as you can. Give more than what you took.”
- “Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have the same 24 hours in a day.” – Zig Ziglar
Our guest is Dylan Ogline, founder of Ogline Digital. At the age of 14, Dylan started his first business. After dropping out of high school, he became a serial entrepreneur, taking on multiple business projects simultaneously. In 2016, he decided to drop all but one – digital marketing. Since then, he has built Ogline Digital to become a 7-figure agency. Dylan believes that everyone can build their own digital agency, and he dedicates much of his time to his training programs where others can learn to start and build their own successful digital agencies.