Welcome to episode 28 and in this week’s business interview you’ll discover the following three golden insights;

1) The truth about network marketing businesses and why there are so many misconceptions.

2) How being able to keep the promises that you make to yourself is crucial to building resilience and longevity.

3) Why most of us over-estimate what we can achieve in a year, but under-estimate what we can accomplish in a decade.

So, stay tuned for all of that and so much more on this week’s episode of the truth about business

In this week’s episode, I talk business with Matt Elliott.

Since starting out his career at his local pet store at the age of seven, Matt spent some time in the Armed forces with aspirations of becoming a bodyguard, but found he had a passion and a skill for being a personal trainer and helping people to live happier and healthier lives.

After leaving the forces, Matt’s talent was discovered by Adidas and for the next two years he served as a Global Fitness Ambassador, where he enjoyed the life of a rock star being flown business class all around the world, staying in the finest hotels and performing personal training to hundreds of people at a time in stadiums around the globe.  

On his return, Matt was determined to launch a business for himself and after looking into a variety of options, he stumbled upon Herbalife. A billion-dollar, network marketing business that had the backing of the likes of Christiano Ronaldo and the LA Galaxy.

Starting from scratch, Matt grew his business exponentially over the first two years and almost a decade later, Matt is a permanent feature in the Herbalife top 2% in the world with a team of over 1,500 people and once again enjoys a lifestyle similar to that from the Adidas days.

To find out more about Matt and the services he provides, check out the “Connect With Matt” section below.

This was a brilliant interview with another inspirational, high performance entrepreneur who has cracked the code to building an incredibly successful network marketing business and openly talks about the misconceptions that many people have about this type of setup.

You know, success leaves footprints…

So, let’s take a walk with the passionate, successful and life-changing health and nutrition entrepreneur, Matt Elliott.


But before we do I just want to give a quick shout out to “SP Dev” who was kind enough to leave another fabulous five star review on iTunes.

The review says:

“One of the best business podcasts out there. Really enjoyed listening to the backlog of episodes over the past few weeks. Was great to be a featured guest and get to share a snippet of my story.”

Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a brilliant review.

So, if you’d like a shout out on next week’s episode – you know what to do!


Click the play button below to stream the episode live and get ready for “The Truth About Business“…



Connect With Matt:

Matt’s Nutrition Club Website: 24Derby.co.uk

Matt’s LinkedIn: /in/MattElliottBiz

Matt’s Instagram: @MattElliottBiz

Resources Mentioned:

(Book) Make Your Bed – Admiral William H. McRaven

(Video) The Seasons Of Life – Jim Rohn

(Book) Building An Empire – Brian Carruthers

(Book) The Compound Effect – Darren Hardy

The Direct Selling Association UK

Notable Quotes:

“Be emotionally detached from the outcomes of your conversations.”

“Believe what people do, not what they say they’ll do.”

“People over-estimate what they can do in a year, but under-estimate what they can achieve in 5 – 10 years.”

“Self confidence is the ability to keep promises that you make to yourself.”

“Look for people who are keen, teachable and action-orientated.”

“You learn more from the things that go wrong than you do from the things that go right.”

“You’re only as good as the sum of the people that you work with.”

“You’ve got to be willing to be crap at something in order to get good at it.”

“Live below your means and invest the difference.”

“If I can’t afford to pay for something in cash twice, I don’t buy it.”

“You’re only limited by your imagination and by how hard you’re prepared to work.”



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