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Some of the keys to true wealth have nothing to do with money at first blush.
In this episode of YoPro Wealth, you will learn what I mean and how to achieve ‘Wealth’ with a capital “W”.
This is the 2nd half of my discussion with August Turak, the New York Times bestselling author of Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks. You don’t want to miss part 1 either, so check it out HERE.
For anybody in business or looking to achieve more success in any area of your life, this podcast will inspire you immensely!
In This Podcast, You’ll Learn:
- The quickest way to wealth.
- Why people matter.
- What marketing and sales are really about.
- The most important question any business can ask.
- Leadership keys to success.
- Where the money comes into play.
- Excellence, and how to achieve it.
- How to get “happy accidents” to happen to you.
- The secret to sales and business success.
- And much, much more!
- Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks
- August’s Forbes articles
The amount of wisdom shared in less than 30 minutes here is amazing. If you implement what he talks about, and make it a way of life, your life will change. I have no doubt about it.
What is the shortest distance between two points? It is the long way around, of course. Why? Because that is the road less traveled.
By becoming absolutely selfless, you avoid the crowd, serve others, become good at it, get a lot of others wanting more of your services, and THEN, the success and money comes. That is the equation, per August, and I absolutely love it.
You just don’t know when and how this work is going to come back to you, but it comes in unexpected and unbelievable ways.
If you’ve read this far, thank you. I hope you enjoyed this episode as much as I did.
- “Excellence is not a choice, it is a habit.” Make these things we talk about habits. Continue to work on them.
- Say, “Thank you,” as much as possible. Thank you to my family for making my sisters and I so grateful for everything in life. As someone who tries to say, “thank you,” often, it is unbelievable how much it is appreciated.
- Write handwritten letters. I just finished nearly 50 of them! I know you can find more people than that to say how much you appreciate something about them. This would be an amazing way to jumpstart being selfless as a habit.