Garrett Gunderson is one of those people who started as an entrepreneur early in life (age 15) but has learned a lot of hard lessons along the way. His road to being a business success includes getting conned, scrambling to make ends meet, and finally learning how to become efficient in business and make his money by being an investor instead of being an investment advisor. Garrett’s story is one that illustrates the value of admitting your mistakes, learning from them, and making sure you keep moving. You’ll enjoy this conversation, so be sure you listen.
Every entrepreneur learns, sooner or later, that how they think about the way the world works and the possibilities available to them dictates their level of accomplishment and success. It’s the difference between having a possibility mindset and a scarcity mindset – and it makes ALL the difference. Find out how Garrett Gunderson has learned to think in terms of possibilities and what he does to fuel that mindset for greater success, on this episode of The Time Is Now.
One of the goals Garrett Gunderson has established for himself and his company – Wealth Factory – is to make one million entrepreneurs financially independent. It’s not as simple as it might sound because the majority of entrepreneurs don’t see the ways they have created money-loss scenarios, pay too much tax, invest in the wrong things, or fail to take advantage of the opportunities before them. Garret’s story is intriguing and his goals are massive. He’s the kind of guy who you’ll be inspired by and motivated to imitate. Hear his conversation with Kent on this episode of The Time Is Now.
There’s a lot of talk in the entrepreneurial and real estate space about building wealth. But do you know how to do it? It requires clear goal setting and a process of reverse engineering, and Garrett Gunderson is the guy to help you get all that arranged. On this episode, you’re going to hear Garrett’s story of how he graduated from the school of hard knocks and has built a company designed to accomplish one thing: to help one million entrepreneurs become financially independent. Does that sound intriguing? It should. Be sure to listen – learn – and get motivated to build your own wealth plan.
In this conversation, Kent Clothier asked his guest, wealth builder Garrett Gunderson for the best piece of advice he’s ever received. Garret said someone in his 20s told him that when he hears someone he trusts dispense advice, he should listen carefully and take action immediately. It’s the application of learning that makes a difference – and the people you respect in terms of what they’ve been able to accomplish are the ones who know what they are talking about. It’s a great piece of advice, so be sure you listen to learn more tips like this one.
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