Most people don’t have what it takes to be an entrepreneur.
(That’s actually not a bad thing.)
They dream of having enough money to live in total financial freedom, but when the reality strikes, and it’s time to toe the line, they fall short.
Why does this happen?
I had the honor of interviewing John Lee Dumas, founder & host of Entrepreneurs On Fire, who boldly answers this question and many more.
John was an active-duty officer in the U.S. Army (spending time in a war zone in Iraq), where he developed an insane level of discipline and mental fortitude at quite a young age. He is definitely no stranger to overcoming challenges that seem impossible and uses those skills strategically in his business.
In this episode, he discusses his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A Roadmap to Financial Freedom and Fulfillment, in which he lays out a 17-step roadmap to unlocking your greatest potential and creating a life of total fulfillment.
(He even talks about some of those steps during the interview—one of which will blow your damn mind!)
John has identified the common foundational principles successful entrepreneurs share that allow them to achieve uncommon success, and he dives deep into some of these in our interview.
He also boldly goes where not many people are willing to go, and that is bringing to light that not everyone has what it takes to be an entrepreneur and how that isn’t a bad thing!
As you listen to this incredible interview, you will learn:
The importance of the “Zone of Fire” and how to identify yours
How being a “challenger” can help you reach massive success
What 3 specific things John Lee has done better than most entrepreneurs
The one thing that I attribute to my own high efficiency
My #1 goal in life (this might even shock you)
What John thinks about the idea that money cannot buy happiness
John acronym for F.O.C.U.S (this is fantastic)
He also shares how he generated $100,000+ net profit for 90 months in a row (which you can learn about in more detail in his book, which is now available for pre-order).
I can’t wait for you to hear this!
Love, Kim xo
Podcast Reference List:
“If you follow this roadmap and you don’t achieve your version of financial freedom and fulfillment in 3-6 months, then maybe this entrepreneurship thing isn’t for you.”
“The higher the barrier you can set, the lower the competition.”
“The best solution to a real problem wins.”