The Troublemakers have created a disruption in Sydney’s CBD following an evening that involved beautiful women, Jeff Fenech, and a sheep.
On Friday 23 September, led by co-founders Matt Catling and Julian Moss, many of Australia’s top entrepreneurs met in Sydney to launch The Troublemakers Disruption Tour while sipping VDKA 6100 de Niro Espresso Martinis under the bright lights of the Sydney skyline.
Disruptor Matt Catling, director of The Troublemakers, Your Future Now, and The Institute of Behavioural Science, has joined forces with Julian Moss, Co-Founder of ASM Liquor, to support entrepreneurs on their journey to making their first million dollars.
“We live in an age of abundance, and the time to break out of the 9-5 world and break into our own business has never been better” said Mr Catling, an award-winning coach based in Sydney.
“I fundamentally believe that this planet needs less billionaires and more millionaires!”
“At the moment we’re seeing entrepreneurs launching businesses without the right support networks to guide them. Julian and I will be putting our resources and knowledge into providing that support.”
Mr Catling, 36, said success in business was “all about mindset and commitment”.
The evening was a celebration to launch The Troublemakers Disruption Tour, a one-day event that has been described as The Apprentice meets The Amazing Race, and brings its friend Shark Tank along to party.
Troublemakers from across the country enjoyed free-flowing vodka and champagne while the DJ provided a pumping soundtrack for new connections to be made and friendships forged.
“I have spent years studying businesses, and discovered that the biggest thing that stops businesses from being successful is the psychology of the leader,” Mr Catling said.
“A business will never outperform the psychology of its leader. If a leader hasn’t dealt with their own fears, then at a certain point, they will unconsciously sabotage their own success.
“It’s time to get out there and disrupt. Disrupt industries, disrupt the traditional ways of thinking, and disrupt ourselves by getting out of our comfort zones.”
After considering retirement, Julian Moss was so inspired by Matt Catling’s disruptive mission, he decided to launch one more idea before last drinks were called.
“A lot of time when you go to talk to people about business, they’re professors who have actually never done it themselves, and are living in the past continuously,” Mr Moss said.
“We are in the real world, on the coal face, building businesses, being entrepreneurial, and more importantly being disruptive.”
After spending more than half his life studying businesses, leaders, and the psychology of excellence, Mr Catling discovered the importance of having a support network.
Mr Catling said life should be about contributing to the success of others.
“I believe that business can be so serious. It can be so boring, and at the same time, it can be very, fearful. We want to get troublemakers together to support each other, to hold each other to a higher standard, and most importantly, make business fun.”
Register today for our one-day Disruption Tour event, limited to 100 VIP troublemakers!