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367: The Common Path to Uncommon Success (Part 2) with John Lee Dumas

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A few weeks ago, John Lee Dumas and I had a conversation about his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A Roadmap to Financial Freedom and Fulfillment, and we’ve both been blown away by the response. I got a huge number of comments, emails, and responses, and John got more emails after our podcast than any other he’s ever recorded.
One of the questions I was asked was simply, “What are the 17 steps to uncommon success?” With John’s book still weeks away from release, I asked him if he’d be willing to pull back the curtain and share ALL of these steps with the Miracle Morning Community - and he was gracious enough to say, “Yes, let’s do it!”
Today, John returns to the podcast for the second time in less than 30 days—something I’ve never done before—to share all 17 steps to uncommon success, with my added insights and commentary.
KEY TAKEAWAYS
How a single quote (from Albert Einstein) transformed John Lee Dumas’ life more between the ages of 32 and 41 than he did in his first three decades on Earth. The life-changing power of the ripple effect. John’s 17 steps to achieve Uncommon Success (taken from 3,000+ interviews).  How John was able to get the BEST person to interview for each step.  How you can apply each step to create your own path to uncommon success.  And much more… Get The Full Show Notes
To get full access to today's show notes, including audio, transcript, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit HalElrod.com/367
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