#771: The Invisible Forces Holding Your Back
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In this episode, Bill and Bryan discuss the invisible forces that hold us back from reaching our full potential. They talk about how we can get comfortable with a certain level of achievement or income, and then stop pushing ourselves to grow once we reach that threshold. The guys explore the roots of this "invisible pole" that anchors many of us from ascending to the next level in our careers and lives. They share motivating stories of public figures who have walked away from fame and fortune in pursuit of a simpler, more meaningful life. They also delve into the power of choice - how we can consciously choose our path and change course at any time. If you struggle with an invisible force holding you back, this episode will give you perspective and tools to break free. ================================= Want our "Insider Secrets?" Go to http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/insidersecrets to get them right now! The Insider program is open for enrollment. If you have not checked out our small learning group, go to http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/insider to join today! If you haven't already, make sure you join us in our LinkedIn group: http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/linkedin. Looking for more sales training like this podcast? Download our FREE audio program, The Ultimate Pre-Game. http://ultimatepregame.com =================================
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