How to Go From Broke to 400 Million – The Power of Influence With Ed Mylett

How to Go From Broke to 400 Million – The Power of Influence With Ed Mylett

YEL2.0-ITUNES YEL2.0-SOUNDCLOUD YEL2.0-STITCHER


EPISODE SHOW NOTES

Everyone’s got the same 24 hours, 7 days weeks. Ever wondered why some people manage to maximise their days more than others?

It all comes down to your belief system and what you choose to do with your time. Discipline alone will fail you, but the reason you strive each day to grind won’t.

This week, we hear all about this harsh truth from serial entrepreneur and fitness enthusiast Ed Mylett. By the time Mylett was 30, he had already reached a point of financial success making 7 figures. But what really mattered to him was being able to live to the day his daughter walked down the aisle. To do this, he needed to change his current lifestyle choices and eating habits. He needed stop acting like he was going to live forever.

When adversity hit, he wasn’t there to complain and act like a victim. In fact, he was grateful. Thanks to his alcoholic father, Mylett began treating time as life’s most valuable gift. He shares with us why a strong belief system based on perspectives and choices, can help anyone maximise their potential to achieving anything.

He also shares with us why we should stop listening to social media and focus on getting rich, rather than looking rich.

If you want to leave your mark on the world, and use every waking minute to accomplish all that you can, this episodes for you.

Let’s dive in!

In this episode, you will learn . . .

    • Why time is the most valuable asset you have in life
    • How to be self aware and adopt a strong belief system
    • Why you need to care less about what others think
    • The reality of saving according to a millionaire vs. social media

 

Watch the Full Youtube Video Below:

BOOKS

6 Months to 6 Figures Book

6 Months to 6 Figures Action Plan (FREE)

SOCIAL MEDIA

Let’s Connect on Social Media:

Follow Peter Voogd

Nothing happens to you, it happens for you Click To Tweet

The scriptures say ‘owe no man money’. The only debt you should have is on an appreciating asset like real estate. Click To Tweet

Whatever you believe you are literally right, because it creates the filter to which your world is revealed to you. Click To Tweet

WHAT ADVERSITY CAN YOU BE MOST GRATEFUL FOR?

No Comments

Post A Comment

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This