Amos Winbush – How to Love Being Uncomfortable in Business

Founder of CyberSynchs – Amos Winbush III

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Amos Winbush IIIAmos has an incredible story and this is the second time he is on the show. He has built his company with no experience to multi-millions in a few short years. We talk about his mindset, and how he became comfortable with fear.

And FINALLY a millionaire tells me what they really think about affirmations!

Thanks so much for listening!

ACTION Planner – Check out this link for the action planners Amos mentioned! (I’m not an affiliate but they look awesome!)

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14 Responses to “Amos Winbush – How to Love Being Uncomfortable in Business”

  1. Mike Kawula

    That was a great interview Jamie and Amos.

    Funny I go fo an hour walk mid-morning each day and listen to 1-2 podcast. For the last 10 minutes I have emailed to me a 8:50 on auto-send year round round 35/40 affirmations. I can so relate with Amos as I’ve have my hands out reading them (and I always walk with 2 tennis balls for stress release). I’ve had friends text me who’ve seen me walking what the “….” I’m screaming.

    Tell you it works and I really am so much more productive when I come back.

    Jaime your shows awesome and if you have an office address I’ll fire you up an Action Planner, have a few.

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    • Jaime

      THank you Mike! I totally just emailed you ;)
      Isn’t it awesome to see your actions line up so well with his!

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  2. dee copeland patience

    Hey Jaime!

    This one was so awesome. I LOVE Amos. You can tell that he has a real mission and I can’t believe he’s only 29.

    What I liked most about hisinterview is how Amos kept taking on new challenges even though he was unsure and in a scary place. That’s where I am on my journey and that’s why I created a podcast episode that discussed fear, which comes up a lot in the Fizzle Community and just about everywhere I go that has a lot of new entrepreneurs. I wasn’t planning on doing that episode until I was inspired by your interview with Seth Godin. I played the best clip from your Goin interview because:

    1) I think that one was THE best Seth Godin interview. I listened to them all and the difference was the thoughtful questions that you asked on behalf of new entrepreneurs.

    2) Seth’s answer about how to have a mission that matters was that you have to choose to matter. You have to choose to stand for something and Seth said that fear is what often holds us back.

    I’d be interested in knowing what Amos is choosing to stand for. Someone that young who “gets” it. Has a special mission.

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    • Jaime

      This rocks Dee. I think fear is a crazy place that we know all exists, but we all have to deal with alone. We can talk about it, but it’s totally different when you are IN that space.

      And I agree, Amos is killer. Kept pushing through no matter what :)

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  3. Alexander von Kaldenberg

    Hey Jamie, I’ve been watching your videos from here in China. You’re part of my morning ritual now. I watch with my coffee in one hand while I play with my kitten with the other. I really find the notes section you sometimes provide based on the interviews really helpful. If there is any book, website, or article referenced, listing it really helps. For example, Amos and you both discussed affirmations, but I didn’t catch the name of the actual book because for this interview you didnt provide any notes! Looking forward to watching more of your videos!

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  4. Cheval John

    As always, nice interview. It really amazing that he just step out on blind faith and doing what he is doing. Aiming to do more this week and will connect with him on LinkedIn.

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