Often times we hit walls in life that we cannot avoid. It’s up to us to decide whether or not we will scale the wall or turn around and walk backwards. People can’t make these types of decisions for us and that is where we have to step up to the plate.
In today’s episode I speak to Michael O’Neal from the Solopreneur Hour. Michael is a professional drummer, competitive racquet ball player as well as the Founder and host of the award winning podcast “The Solopreneur Hour – Job Security for the unemployable.”
Michael has quite a story behind how he decided to stop exchanging time for money, but that can be read on his about page and isn’t what this episode is about.
We delve into a number of areas surrounding his life, business and productivity. Michael believes in doing things different than all the rest and it’s working wonderfully for him. He has the freedom of time, money and location…
What more do you need?
This episode is going to help you learn more about Michael as he enjoys his life. Tune in now!
What you’ll learn in this episode
– Whether or not business is going well
– What Michael’s current biggest fears are
– What accent Michael loves talking in
– His favorite joke
– What his recent most embarrassing moment was
– What his next product is that’s coming to the marketplace
– Whether or not Michael would do it all over again if he had the chance
– What he recommends for keeping track of relationships
– What six books he recommends you read to change your view on the world
– Michael’s advice for the next generation of entrepreneurs
– and so much more…
Resources and Links
– Solopreneur Hour Website
– Michael O’Neal on Twitter
– SOLOLAB: A Unique Mastermind
– Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income
– Nick Unsworth of Life on Fire
– Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki
– The Cashflow Quadrant – Robert Kiyosaki
– The Four Hour Work-Week – Tim Ferriss
– The E-Myth Revisited – Michael Gerber
– Strengths Finder 2.0 – Tom Rath
– Crush It – Gary Vaynerchuck
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