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  1. SPI 093: How to Make Next Year the Best Year Ever! Goal Setting, Resistance, and Priorities with Michael Hyatt


    In this session of The Smart Passive Income Podcast, I’m extremely happy to welcome Michael Hyatt from to the show!

    Michael is a leader of leaders. In 2005, he was appointed CEO of Thomas Nelson, a publishing company that was founded in 1798 with a rich history and a huge portfolio of best-selling books, including one of Michael Hyatt’s own, Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World.

    I had the pleasure of meeting Michael for the first time this past February after being invited to speak at the very first Platform Conference, and since then I’ve become a huge fan of his. He is one of the most genuine and authentic leaders I know, and within the first minute of the interview you’ll hear just how nice of a guy he is.

    With 2014 just around the corner and goal setting in our minds, I wanted to bring Michael on the show to talk about how to really conquer the things we set out to achieve. I ask him a lot of tough questions and without surprise, Michael gives some of the best answers I’ve ever heard about these topics.

    After I conducted the interview, and after re-listening to the episode again yesterday, my energy levels are high and my gears are spinning like crazy – and I’m sure yours will too.

    More specifically, in this session you’ll find out about: (more…)

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