Do you have a vision for your future?
Are you taking daily action to make your vision come true?
Joel Brown, founder of Addicted2Success, is a visionary leader that has worked with some of the most revered names in personal development. He has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, and many more magazines and documentaries.
“My greatest fear is not fulfilling my potential.”
Dropping out of high school after being severely bullied and beat up, Joel came to a fork in the road. He could design his life to be the victim or the victor. Joel obviously chose the victor mentality and built the #1 motivation site in the world.
In this episode ofThe Deep Dive with Adam Roa, Joel and I dive deep into success and how to up-level yourself with only 40 minutes a day.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Tangible ways to look at skill development and how to implement daily
- The secrets to success that Joel and I use
- How you can learn to trust your intuition
- The foundational piece to be successful at anything
Interestingly, Joel and I didn’t like each other when we first met, but after many years of our own journeys and watching and supporting each other from afar, we reconnected in South Africa and have created a friendship.
In this episode, Joel talks about what could be blocking people and stopping them from achieving success. If you’ve been working towards something but not seeing results, you might actually be self-sabotaging yourself without realizing it. If you’re ready to learn the secrets to success and see change in your life, then this episode is for you.
Thank you so much for listening. I hope you gained valuable insight into what it takes for success and some tools on how you can take time everyday to work towards your goals. Please subscribe and leave a review on iTunes to help others learn about fulfilling their potential.
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Always, in all ways, you are seen, you are heard, and you are loved.