Phil Hellmuth Jr. set out from a very early age to become the greatest poker player of all time. 14 World Series of Poker Championships (and counting) later, it’s clear he succeeded. Beyond poker, he’s also a New York Times bestselling author, a TV commentator, and a tech investor.
Now, Phil has a new goal: to inspire a global audience to do better, think bigger, do more, and achieve their dreams. His new book is called #Positivity, and in it, he shares his unique perspectives, as well as tools and strategies that you can implement right away.
Today, Phil joins the podcast to share stories about setting (and meeting) goals of all sizes, why honesty sells, and why it’s so important to follow your code – no matter what it is.
- Where Phil was when he decided to become the greatest poker player of all time.
- How to create a pyramid for success to measure both your strengths and weaknesses.
- Why we’re always in the right place at the right time – yet so few of us realize it.
- The big reason that people fall apart when they’re on the edge of major success.
- The power of asking “Why not me?” – and why it’s good to be entitled.
- And much more…
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