Millionaire choices don’t begin with the choices you make about money; they begin with the choices you make about life. Here’s what I mean.
Abundance and wealth creation are the result of the belief that outer circumstances do not control the choices you make in life.
If life deals you a bad hand, you can still win the game by playing the cards you have with imagination, desire, and focus.
Today’s episode is an interview with Tony Bradshaw, the man who wrote the book, The Millionaire Choice. he wrote it to inspire and equip people to become millionaires, no matter where they are financially right now.
Tony walks his talk. He grew up poor in a broken home. His dad was an alcoholic. His neighbors were drug dealers. At the age of four, Tony was in his dad’s car when the police stopped them and arrested his father from drunk driving.
You will hear about some other difficult challenges that Tony Bradshaw faced while growing up. Challenges that many people would use as excuses for not achieving success and have a great life.
You will also learn about the life changing decision Tony made at the age of twenty-five to be a millionaire by age forty. That’s what it takes. A decision. A choice. A millionaire choice. You can make that choice if you want to. And, you can make it at any age.
You’ll get fired up as Tony shares valuable valuable insights about:
- Financial awakening
- A Millionaire Plan – move forward, no matter what; never look in the rear view mirror
- How to get money smart
- Why you should have multiple income streams
- How to break bad money habits
- 4 factors, besides, money, that will help you become a millionaire
- The 4 Bucket System – your step-by-step action plan to transform your financial life
- The core of Tony’s system – 10 Keys of the Millionaire
- Entering the Great Zone
BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST
Good to Great by Jim Collins (Tony’s favorite book)
Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure by Grant Cardone
Be Obsessed or Be Average by Grant Cardone
TONY’S FAVORITE QUOTE
“Good is the enemy of great.” – Jim Collins
Many people dream of making Amazon fortunes. Maybe you have a secret, or not so secret, desire to be an Amazon millionaire.
Today’s guest has created his seven figure income by winning the game of selling on Amazon. Lucky for you, he teaches others how to do it.
You don’t have to be wiz-kid, a marketing genius, or super salesperson to hit the Amazon jackpot. Today’s guest, Dan Meadors, built his Amazon empire with a $600 initial investment.
In fact, Dan began mining his Amazon fortunes right after being fired and scared about his future. In this episode, you will learn that your success does not depend on your circumstances.
These are the 5 skills that you can develop to become a player on Amazon:
- Take ACTION
- Become FEARLESS
- Be RESOURCEFUL
- Be AUTHENTIC
- Always lead with VALUE
Dan also reveals his proven secrets for finding great products to sell on Amazon. He shares some of best strategies. And, he gives you formula that makes him stand apart from most Amazon sellers. He explains why your golden ticket is a wholesale Amazon model.
Plus, he shares some of the most powerful free online tools you can use in your Amazon business.
Dan, like most highly successful people, believes strongly in mentorship and personal development. He invests highly in both. Three of his favorite mentors are:
- Jeff Walker – creator of Product Launch Formula
- Dana Derricks – the man behind The Dream 100
- Ryan Moran – millionaire maker known for www.capitalism.com
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BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST
Good to Great by Jim Collins (Dan’s favorite)
The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
Vivid Vision by Cameron Herold
DAN’S FAVORITE QUOTE
“Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” – Seneca
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Power To Transform
You are what you identify with. You identify with thoughts that grow into images that you allow to live in your mind.
Let’s say you have a menial job. Does it define you? Only if you identify yourself as menial.
Today’s guest is a man who refused to identify with self images that limited his growth, creativity, and his shot at greatness.
He has played a variety of roles in life, from the mundane to the extraordinary. He conquered obesity; he overcame a stutter, he transformed from stocking clerk to seven figure entrepreneur.
He was featured on an ABC reality TV Show, Extreme Weight Loss.
Today, Mike Giannulis helps entrepreneurs go from good to great. His story will touch you and give you the power to become unstoppable in the face of any obstacle.
THE VULNERABLE LEADER
What is a leader? What does a leader look like?
Do leaders have to be smarter, stronger, and more powerful than those who follow them?
Do the most effective leaders use fear and force to command respect?
Today’s guest, Hans Finzel, is an international authority on leadership. He earned his authority in the marketplace, not the classroom.
His ten books on the subject of leadership are widely respected. John Maxwell, recognized as a leadership guru, endorsed Hans Finzel’s best seller, “The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make,”
You’ll be inspired and, perhaps, surprised to learn this man’s insights on leadership.
You will find it hard to resist or refute his view that the strongest leaders are vulnerable and humble.
Be prepared to expand your mind, up your game, and change any limiting stories you may have.
Listen, grow, and be thoroughly entertained by the wisdom and brilliance of Hans Finzel.
Then, take action, and step into your leadership.
BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST
Top Ten Ways to Be a Great Leader by Hans Finzel
Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make by Hans Finzel
The Holy Bible
Good to Great by Jim Collins
Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth, and Impact the World by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxwell
QUOTES IN THIS PODCAST
“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care” – Theodore Roosevelt
“The biggest room in the world is the room for improvement.” – Harvey Mackay
“Don’t let school interfere with your education.” – Mark Twain
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