Success Profiles Radio 10/28/19 show

Brad Blazar was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is the author of the book "On The Wings Of Eagles: Learning To Soar In Life". We talked about how he dropped out of school to start an energy exploration company, and then raised over $2 billion for other companies that he worked with.

We discussed the power of commitment to achieve success, doing high value activities, his Million Dollar follow up sequence, why you should "stop the flirt" and start closing more, and developing the courage to do what needs to be done.

We also talked about the high-level people he has met and what he learned from interviewing them, including Kevin O'Leary from Shark Tank, President George W. Bush, Fran Tarkenton, and many more. In addition, we talked about the difficulty in changing beliefs about something, and his trademarked program "The Art Of Beliefology".

Finally, we discussed his coaching program Build Your Beast, and his upcoming book, "Blueprint For Your Better Self". We discussed so much more on the show. You can subscribe in iTunes anytime. You can also listen at

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