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September 26, 2018

950 Miles an hour in an F-18 is …FAST

Episode 62:

950 miles an hour. That’s fast. But it’s not nearly as fast as Ed Rush flew in his combat career as a decorated F-18 pilot which included over 50 combat missions and 2 tours to Iraq. While in the Marines, Ed served as the one of the country’s leading instructors on aerial dog fighting and recently worked as a key player in the development of the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

After 2 combat tours to Iraq, Ed left full-time active duty to speak, write, and share a message that will change the world. He’s a 5-Time #1 Best Selling Author and Amazon’s #1 Business Author. Ed’s clients range from small startups to multi-million dollar – multi-national organizations and include CEOs, founders, political leaders, sports teams, national universities, Hollywood stars, and one of the contestants on Season #1 of Donald Trump’s The Apprentice.

Ed’s books and expertise have been featured on CBS, FOX, ABC, and NBC.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • The biggest lie in personal growth
  • What successful, fast moving entrepreneurs build their lives around
  • Why speed is key to being a successful entrepreneur
  • Getting inspired to get things done quickly
  • Building a strategic sprint and how it can help improve many areas of your life
  • The first step to creating a strategic plan
  • Where Ed learned to be hyper focused
  • How to create more restful breaks for yourself
  • A nature analogy that helps explain the sprint/rest cycle
  • Six things in your business that you need to have automatic
  • How automating your business can help you make money while you’re on vacation
  • The difference between automated and automatic
  • One thing that holds most people back from making more money
  • How your past could affect your ability to be successful
  • A technique to get out of your head and allow yourself to be successful
  • Training your mind to be focused and purposeful
  • Getting started down the road to success
  • How Ed makes it possible to have relaxing mornings
  • Ideas for ways to make your environment distraction free
  • The maximum number of things Ed tries to accomplish in a day
  • Benefits of waiting to check your phone
  • When to start working toward your dream
  • An example of how Ed has improved his life with his strategies
  • Ed’s favorite mentors in different categories
  • What Ed reads to help him understand today’s culture
  • The person Ed would go back in time and meet if he could
  • How Ed emotionally deals with the ups and downs of business
  • The connection between body and mind

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