I will be interviewing Michael Hyatt next Monday, December 22. If you have a question for Michael on goal-setting or anything else, leave it in the comments below. Thanks!
What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? That is the powerful question that today’s guest asks. Have you ever asked yourself that question?
So, what is it? What is the thing you would do if you knew you could not fail?
Is that what you are doing right now, professionally? What about in your relationships?
Today’s guest is more than a decade younger than me, but I learned a lot from this interview. In fact, I took more notes of my own after listening than I have on any previous interview.
I’ll think you’ll enjoy it and learn a ton as well.
I’ve Never Shared this Publicly Before, But Now is the Time
Today is an important date in your life.
In 12 months you can look back on 2015 and smile at all the progress you’ve made.
Then, you’ll remember the process you went through to get the clarity and plan you needed to make it all happen.
You’ll remember the day you committed to spending a little time and money to make it happen. And you’ll say it was the best investment you ever made in yourself – and then you’ll repeat the process year after year.
That can – no that WILL – become your reality.
You see, today is important because it can literally shape the rest of your life.
I’ve never shared this publicly before, but today is an important day, so I’m opening up about something I’ve been reluctant to share.
As I was talking with our CPA the other day, I came to an amazing realization:
This year (2014) we paid more in taxes than we made in all of 2011. We literally made enough income that our taxes were higher than our total income was three years before.
Three years ago I was fired from a job I hated. The money was good, don’t get me wrong, but I hated my job. Friday night date nights with my wife turned into “Matt complains about his job night.” Then I was fired.
It stung at the time, but it turned out to be a huge blessing. As I mentioned earlier, this year we paid more in taxes than we made in all of 2011. That’s a huge leap.
I owe this to four things:
1. A shift in mindset and accepting the blessings I’ve been given.
2. Support from my wife, Tara.
3. My network.
4. A course I went through earlier this year called 5 Days to Your Best Year Ever. It set me on the right track to truly make 2014 my best year ever.
I share this information with you now because of the urgency here. I was reluctant before, but realized that maybe my own experience with this course would help you to take the next step.
(and because your discount on the 5 Days to Your Best Year Ever course ends tonight at midnight)
After tonight, the price goes up. Don’t get me wrong, it’s worth it, but why pay more?
If the course itself isn’t enough, I’m throwing in nearly six hundred bucks worth of bonuses. One will help you to learn to network like a rockstar…after all, that was the 3rd biggest factor in my success this year.
Last Day to Save $50 on 5 Days to Your Best Year Ever
Until midnight tonight, the course is available for $147. It might be the best $147 you spend this holiday season.
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