It’s possible. Not only is it possible, today I’m going to introduce you to two people who can show you the exact way you can make it happen.
My 4 guests on this episode are people I dearly love and care about – My two children, Kira and Kyler, and Ric and Liz Thompson, co-founders of Done For You Solutions and Next Best Sellers. That may sound like an unusual combination of people to have on one show, but if you take the time to listen it will make perfect sense to you because this edition of Growth to Freedom is not only about getting a bestselling Amazon book published, it’s also about balancing your business and entrepreneurial drive with the need for your family to be healthy and strong.
Ric and Liz are experienced entrepreneurs and run a company that enables people just like you to get their story into book form and onto the Amazon bestseller charts. They’ve done it with over 100 books so far, and can do it with yours.
Ric and Liz are also dedicated to their family and are very skilled at living out the entrepreneurial life and lifestyle with their family in tow. They are the first to admit that there are struggles and challenges when it comes to mixing entrepreneurism and family life, but they’ve been able to do it so far with great success and are eager to share that not only should that be the case for every entrepreneur, but that it CAN happen as well.
A while back Grant Cardone came out with “The 10X Rule” – a great way to think about setting goals and achieving great things…
But in today’s episode of Growth to Freedom I’m on a solo rant about my own version of the 10x rule when it comes to your success in business in life. Why am I on a rant? Because I’m lovingly, with all the passion I can muster, trying to communicate some very important concepts that could literally TRANSFORM your life. Honestly, these things are that important. If you could just grasp them, embrace them, and apply them to your life, you’d see some unbelievable changes over the next months and years of your life
I want you to get this. I want you to see the transformative effects of the things I’m talking about today. And here’s the amazing thing about them…
Getting 10X growth is not as hard as you’ve been led to believe.
Have you ever noticed that some people seem to struggle with money – day to day, stressed over bills, paycheck to paycheck…while others seem to have the money game figured out?
What is it that separates the two people?
Is it that they were smarter, had a better upbringing or born under a lucky star?
The answers just might shock you.
Whatever your dreams, today’s guest is uniquely qualified to show you how to win the money game
Harv went from zero to millionaire in less than 3 years, lost his fortune, and then realized that his own money mindset was flawed. He did the work of understanding and reprogramming his own thinking surrounding money to enable him to regain his fortune, build on it, and keep it.
Harv made his discoveries about his own faulty beliefs about money through his own struggles. He realized that his “inner-money thermostat” was set for a specific amount of financial success, and that everyone else had a financial set point too.
His most profound discovery was that this money blueprint could be changed.
During his years of struggle, Harv made himself a promise: should he ever get rich, he would help others do the same. He’s kept that promise, helping over 1.5 million people move closer to the goal of financial freedom.
Everyone has a specific way, a specific blueprint to the way that they think about money. That means you do too.
If you don’t know what yours is, you need to watch (and listen) to this episode.
And if you do, I guarantee you that Harv will share something in our conversation that will make you rethink your mindset and make adjustments so that you can reach even higher levels of success.
On this episode Harv and I talk about his story, why it’s necessary to undo false beliefs surrounding money, the two kinds of habits that impact people every day, the fundamental differences between rich people and poor people (and it’s not the money), and why your real job is to play a much bigger game, no matter what you do for a living.
This is a loaded episode and I’m glad you’re hear to listen. You’re going to be glad you did.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll discover on this show:
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ABOUT DAN KUSCHELL:
Dan Kuschell is a success driven business growth strategist, a media contributor, and thought leader. He helps entrepreneurs, leaders, and business owners grow and scale their companies 10x by driving the flow of elegant ideas, execution, and team-culture for greater clarity, confidence, and direction. Dan has been recognized worldwide for creating results with his resources, books, and strategies.
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And, what would be the result if you were able to make those kinds of meaningful connections regularly?
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