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#914 Use Your Free Time and Discretionary Income to Pursue Your Passions

We often see people that make sacrifices now for their future. While it’s important to look forward, make sure you use your free time and discretionary income to pursue your passions now.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in follow your passion, Podcasts.

#872 Things We Can Learn From a Minimalist Lifestyle

There are some things we can learn from a minimalist lifestyle. One of them is to value experiences over things.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in experiences, follow your passion, Gratitude, Podcasts.

#835 Don’t Wait to Do the Things You Want to Do

The passing of a high school friend last week brings to light the fact that none of us knows which day will be our last. Don’t wait to do the things you want to do. Leave no regrets.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in follow your passion, Fun, Podcasts.

#800 Find Passion in Your Daily Life

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s great be passionate about things that create an adrenaline rush. The problem is that those moments are fleeting. What if you could find passion in your daily life? Imagine how rewarding your life would be.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in follow your passion, Podcasts.

#793 Decide Where Not to Focus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A big part of achieving success lies in the ability to decide where not to focus. Today we discuss some things you should consider when deciding where to spend your time.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in follow your passion, Podcasts, success.

Decide What Not to Focus On

A big part of success is the ability to decide what not to focus on. This week I spent some time coaching a salesperson with 1,000 clients. While we like to think that we can service all of those clients, there are only so many hours in each day. Based on the number of average daily appointments, and the frequency of visits required to effectively cover those clients, that salesperson can only realistically serve 300-400 clients. Once you go beyond 400, the additional people impact your ability to adequately cover your 400 best opportunities. Attempting to take care of all those people can actually have a negative effect on total sales.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in follow your passion, productivity, success.

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