Develop a Limitless Mindset Through Keystone Habits with Cody McLain
Cody McClain is the founder of Support Ninja. He started his first business at 15 years old and has since built and sold four companies that have grossed millions in revenue.
Cody has been featured in several notable publications including Forbes, Mashable, and Entrepreneur.
Today, he blogs regularly on his website CodyMcLain.com. He’s also the Executive Chairman at Support Ninja, a service dedicated to helping entrepreneurs become more efficient and scale their businesses.
Today we sit down with Cody McClain to chat about how he started his successful entrepreneurship journey, developing a limitless mindset, and creating habits that help will you succeed.
Cody grew up in adverse circumstances but instead of burying himself in sorrows, he decided to start building businesses.
We discuss the importance of starting with a few small wins in order to create a growth mindset. Cody shares the small wins and habits that guide him towards limitless potential.
We also talk about how creating keystone habits that prioritize your mind and body. Cody walks us through some important takeaways on habit formation and the necessary steps to make good habits stick through intentional commitment.
- Who is Cody McClain
- Starting and growing a business in adverse circumstances
- The journey that lead to Cody’s million dollar sale
- Using intrinsic interests to guide your passions
- Forming a growth mindset
- The importance of creating personal values for decision making
- Creating morning routines
- Strategies for building and sticking to habits
- Consistency through commitment
- Discovering your why
- Why you’re fully capable of accomplishing your ambitions
- Developing the limitless mindset where anything is possible
Quotes from the Episode
“There’s always a way to do whatever you want, it’s about how much effort and intrinsic motivation you have to go towards that goal.”
“The minute I changed my mindset, I was able to realize all these things that I’m able to achieve.”
“Everything that you do is a decision.”
“You have to be successful in your own mind before you can be successful in external circumstances.”