364: The Common Path to Uncommon Success with John Lee Dumas

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There’s no way around it: we all live in a society where we have to earn money in order to pay for the things we need. However, that doesn’t mean that the money we earn has to be directly linked to our time, or that we have to spend our lives doing things we don’t enjoy in order to provide for ourselves and those we love.

John Lee Dumas knows this very well. On his award-winning podcast Entrepreneurs On Fire, which has over 100,000,000 listens, he’s interviewed more than 2,700 of the world’s most successful leaders in business. In his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success, he takes what he’s learned from those 2,700 interviews and lays out a proven 17-step roadmap to help his readers achieve financial security, freedom and fulfillment.

In our conversation today, John and I talk about how he was able to overcome PTSD in order to build a multi-million dollar business, how his 17-step system is helping people to achieve their goals, and why it’s time to stop being uncomfortable when it comes to talking about money.

During today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How John found his footing as he confronted PTSD, professional failure, and depression after serving in the US military.
  • Why every single highly successful entrepreneur has followed John’s 17 steps, whether they know it or not.
  • How to find your big idea, discover your niche, and create a solid content production plan.
  • How building the financial life you want gives you the freedom and power to give back to the people and organizations you care about the most.

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