Let’s be brutally honest… Nobody’s life is perfect. If you are going to play the game of life, then you are going to make mistakes and have setbacks. My goal with this episode is for you to learn from one of my millionaire clients who built his business from zero. You’ll hear both the positive and negative of his climb to the top. You’ll learn how to avoid the dead-end mistakes he did while adding his smart strategies into your life plan. If you take these 9 essential lessons to heart it will save you time and money on your journey to success.
John Goense went from humble beginnings to a self-made millionaire.
John Goense is the Chairman of Response Team 1, co-founding the business in 2010. He is responsible for the overall strategic direction of Response Team 1, which, in less than five years, has become the second largest disaster restoration company and one of the top multifamily renovation companies in the United States.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- 2 Things every entrepreneur must know
- 3 Skills that are critical to success
- How to transform your passion into a lucrative business
- What inspired John to become an entrepreneur
- What is the cost of poor customer service
- Why athletes earn a lot (and teachers don’t)
- How John’s company made the INC 500 list 2 years in a row
- Why we’re living in a time of abundant business opportunities
- 3 Success Habits of wealthy people that cost nothing
- Entrepreneurship: What is your definition of failure
- The connection between business success and health and fitness
- The #1 Skill to build a business network
- John’s results from my bodyweight training routine
- Learning from failure
- How to manage emotions at work
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