Ever wondered what truly successful entrepreneurs did to get to where they are today? In John Lee Dumas’ brand new book, he outlines a 17-step roadmap that highlights key factors that contributed to his success, as well as other experts within the industry.
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In this episode, I invite John Lee Dumas of Entrepreneurs on Fire back onto the show to discuss his upcoming new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A roadmap to financial freedom and fulfilment. Tune in to hear about John’s experience with the book writing process and being out of his comfort zone.
- [06:07] – The reasoning behind John’s new book
- [09:00] – John’s experience with book writing and being out of his comfort zone
- [21:14] – What one chapter in the book stands out the most
- [24:30] – Pre-order John’s book now to receive lots of bonuses!
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Essential Learning Points From This Episode
- Why John decided to write his book after 9 years of building a multi 7-figure business
- How using the pomodoro technique enabled John to write his book
- The one chapter in the book that stands out and will help every entrepreneur
- The importance of pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode
- Pre-Order John’s Book!
- Join the 2021 Youpreneur Incubator Coaching & Mastermind
- Join the Profitable Personal Brand Entrepreneurs Group
- Subscribe to Chris’ YouTube Channel
- Browse the Youpreneur FM Podcast Archive
- Download your FREE copy of the Personal Branding Roadmap
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