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Three Temptations of Highly Successful People!

The gap between being successful and reaching your fullest potential is huge. You can be very successful and make substantial amounts of money, while at the same time still miss your potential by miles.

The reason that so few people or performers ever become great – or the great become the best – is because they become good at what they do. As Jim Collins put it, “Good is the enemy of great.” When people become successful it’s common to see them: stay in their comfort zone, stop risking, stop changing, stop growing, stop following the processes that made them successful, and more.

In order to help those who are already successful and those who are just starting out to reach their fullest potential and become unstoppable, I share three key temptations that highly successful people are prone to fall into. Use this episode to identify and avoid the potential pitfalls that success can bring, so that you can survive success and live The Game Changer Life!

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