Most people try to build a big business and then fit their life into that business. While this can lead to success, it’s usually ugly because you have to work 18-20 hour days and neglect all the other areas of your life.
The truth is you’ve been programmed since birth to take the hardest route possible. And more often than not this ends in a premature mid-life crisis.
But what if I told you it was possible to create a 7-figure business working as little as 2 hours a week? While you’re probably skeptical, it is possible. And it starts with asking questions — to yourself and to other successful entrepreneurs. There’s no quicker way to accelerate your success than by asking questions.
In this episode, Sean Whalen joins me to reveal the dark side of success, why making money should be the least of your priorities, and how to create a life you actually enjoy.
Here Are The Show Highlights:
- Why trying to flip 4,000 houses is a recipe for burn out and defeat ([7:28])
- How success cripples your marriage and business and makes you suicidal ([9:23])
- Why working hard will bankrupt your finances, relationships, and enjoyment of life — especially if you’re successful ([13:36])
- How your parents accidentally brainwashed you from reaching your full potential ([15:14])
- Why thinking like an 8-year-old is one of the most profitable things you can do ([15:22])
- Why only the smartest business owners ask dumb questions ([25:05])
- The stupid-easy way to become more successful than your wildest dreams ([40:40])
- Ask yourself this 6-word question and you will change your entire life ([55:13])
- How to make more money in a week than you’ve dreamt about making in a lifetime ([1:17:19])
- How your beard can improve your fitness and make you oodles of money ([1:23:52])
If you want to learn more about Sean and his “Lions Not Sheep” book, head over to his website at https://seanwhalen.com/.
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