One of the biggest challenges with achieving success is picking the right projects to go after. No matter how hard you work, you can be spinning your wheels if your effort is put forth towards the wrong opportunity.
John David Mann has a track record of picking the RIGHT opportunities. And in this episode, he shares how he selects projects, how he decides to turn the wrong projects down, and how to overcome challenges that come up in the process.
John has been a concert cellist, award-winning composer, high school founder, educator, publisher, entrepreneur, marketer, public speaker, and event master of ceremonies. John has coauthored two dozen books, including seven New York Times and national bestsellers. His books have sold more than 2 million copies, including the bestselling classic The Go-Giver with co-author Bob Burg, who was one of my first guests way back on episode 5. His latest, coming this fall, is his self-published culinary parable, THE RECIPE: A Story of Loss, Love, and the Ingredients of Greatness.
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