This candid conversation reveals what John Lee Dumas has learnt throughout his life – which includes interviewing thousands of entrepreneurs on his show – and steps you can take on a common (yet simple) path that can lead to uncommon success.
John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of the award-winning podcast, Entrepreneurs on Fire. He’s interviewed thousands of entrepreneurs, including Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Barbara Corcoran, Tim Ferriss, and many more. So I’m excited to find out more about what he’s learnt through these interviews.
In the run up to the launch of his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A Roadmap to Financial Freedom and Fulfillment, I wanted to find out what you can do to stay ahead of the game. Listen to find out more about producing a daily podcast, how JLD themes his days, keeping the money you make – and butchering Jim Carrey’s commencement speech.
- How to follow a path without being constrained by it
- Understanding the difference between simple and easy
- Implementing practical exercises in JLD’s new book
- The podcasts that inspired JLD to launch his own show
- Having a mentor for any area of life
- JLD’s tactics to help you avoid burnout
- After Action Reviews and backwards planning
- The FOCUS acronym
“Choose your hard”– John Lee Dumas
- UncommonSuccessBook.com (GET PRE-ORDER BONUSES NOW!)
- Episode 343: Consistency Over Authenticity with Seth Godin
- Jim Carrey’s Commencement Address at the 2014 MUM Graduation
- Jedidiah Jenkins on the Rich Roll Podcast
- John Lee Dumas on the Solopreneur Hour
- Smart Passive Income Podcast
- Rise To The Top
- Planet Money
- Episode 351: Eating Frogs with Brian Tracy
- Episode 264: How to Build Yourself More Time with Jaime Masters
- Episode 15: Jaime Tardy
- Episode 289: The Vision Driven Leader with Michael Hyatt
- Episode 239: Free to Focus with Michael Hyatt
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