Episode 46: Interview with Jon Berghoff | The Overlooked Side of Achievement

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My brand new #AchieveYourGoals “Video” Podcast interview is with (literally) one of the extraordinary human beings on the planet…

He once ran 330 miles (in 10 days), earn $100,000 as a high school senior, and grew his direct sales organization from $40M to $175M in only 3 years. And he’s managed to keep almost completely out of the public’s eye.

Fortunately, he’s one of my best friends, and in this exclusive video-interview you’ll discover how you can apply Jon Berghoff’s extra-ordinary mindset and goal-achieving strategies to achieve YOUR biggest goals.

Plus… we have a very special announcement that you won’t want to miss!!

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