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Show Notes:

In this episode, we talked about:

  • The role of mentor-mentee reality, gratitude and consistency and the impact of these positive habits in one’s journey towards attaining success
  • How the original morale —”work your strengths and hire your weaknesses” became very useful in his path in reaching his targets.
  • How sharing our vulnerabilities and experiences can motivate and inspire others to
  • His award-winning books, including the “Millionaire Mentor book.”
  • Rejections and how these motivated him to work harder
  • The importance of not letting anyone or anything take away your dreams
  • The different kinds of fears —fear of the unknown, fear of pain, fear of loss, and the biggest one, fear of judgments
  • The fact that most people don’t think about you as much as you think they do
  • The value of people-building and the ways to develop other people and eventually change their lives
  • Seeking people with counsel rather than with opinions.
  • How he got involved with the Napoleon Hill Foundation
  • The significance of having a champion who believes in you
  • How multiple mentors and coaches can transform our lives exponentially
  • The domino effect of being careful and mindful of where we spend our dough
  • The four steps in succeeding

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