1078. Dean Graziosi On Taking The Bold Action To Own Your Future

Chris and I sat down with entrepreneur Dean Graziosi to reflect on our past year's breakthroughs and how we found our respective successes as kids from small towns with big dreams. In our conversation, Dean encourages you to take bold action and embody the knowingness that you have what it takes to succeed. He is the prime example of someone who took risks, made sacrifices, and shifted his mindset to achieve the highest level of freedom.

If you want to learn from those who have achieved what you desire, build your entrepreneurship muscles, and take the next step toward achieving your goals, take advantage of Dean's FREE 5-Day Own Your Future Challenge.



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(0:23) Welcome back to another episode of Earn Your Happy. Today, Lori & Chris are joined by Dean Graziosi.  

(4:07) Chris asks Dean, “You're running multiple massive companies at once, and you're still taking your son fishing. What does that level of freedom mean to you?”

(10:07) Lori asks Dean, “What was the mindset you knew you had to have to pull yourself out of your childhood and go and change it?” 

(17:15) Chris asks Dean, “What did you have to sacrifice and risk to get to this point?” 

(22:52) Lori asks Dean, “How do you just give yourself permission?”

(25:39) Chris asks Dean, “Why do you and Tony take these days out of your schedule to give back for free in the form of the challenge?” 

(29:07) Chris asks Dean, “Can you give an example or two of real tangible change that you remember making for somebody who has been on those challenges?”

(37:02) Dean talks about how you need to commit to the lessons even if they’re free.

(40:32) Chris asks Dean, “Any closing push or closing encouragement for somebody to take this seriously?”