Most entrepreneurs know the name, Dean Graziosi. But if you don’t, you definitely know his face from countless late-night infomercials. Today, both Brock and I have the honor of interviewing him. Dean is a multiple New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, and investor. He has started — or played a major role — in over 14 successful companies that have changed the lives of people all around the world. This interview will inspire everyone — from seasoned entrepreneurs to those just starting out in business!
You’ll find out:
- Why I wanted Brock to be part of this interview
- Dean’s thoughts on entrepreneurs who struggle with focus (and their likelihood of success)
- How to know what your strengths are / what to focus on when you’re a new entrepreneur
- Do you have to have a special gift / skill to really stand out?
- What “small” things rob Dean’s confidence and what makes him courageous
- How to find little shifts that keep moving you forward in life
- How to overcome fear mentality re: sharing your authenticity online
- What really drives Dean
- How to change where you’re at today
- Why asking WHO is far more important than asking HOW
- Why Dean suggests getting an accountability partner for the 5-Day Challenge
- How to embrace dark moments in life or in business
- Why / how you need to realize that failure is part of the game
- Why this moment in history is the most perfect moment for designing the life you want
Join Dean, Tony Robbins, myself and amazing thought leaders for a FREE 5-day Challenge where you’ll learn to crush self-doubt and the things that prevent most people from ever getting started on crafting the life they want. Go to Ownit24.com
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Check out Dean’s site: DeanGraziosi.com
If you liked this episode, check out Episode #682 (The Chalene Show) – Stop Underestimating Yourself, with Tony Robbins