Isn’t it interesting that some people’s success seems to be automatic and others really struggle to get by. Why does this happen? First, you need to know that there is no correlation between being good and getting paid, according to Joe Polish. And it’s true because some people have success habits and rituals, while others also have failure rituals and habits that keep them stuck or flatlining.
Today’s episode is with my friend Noah St. John. Noah is a NY Times best-selling author, coach, adviser, and expert at helping people understand what the most successful people do without even thinking about it. You could call them “success habits,” the things that generate automatic success for them.
Even smart people can miss the real success breakthroughs they deserve because they are limited by what Noah calls “head trash,” - the things you believe that hold you back.
On this episode Noah and I dive into so many concepts that will help you get more clarity, certainty, and confidence so you can have a greater impact, significance, and growth.
If you will apply the things Noah has to teach you, you’ll find your success becoming more and more automatic all the time. And don’t miss out on Noah’s generous gift - a free e-copy of his book, “Get Rid of Your Head Trash.”
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