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Leadership Qualities

This Entrepreneur Went From Goodwill Clothes to Millions of Fans

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Every story has a beginning. Most people see successful people today and think that’s how it has always been for them. They were born with a golden spoon. If you’ve tried your hand at entrepreneurship, you know this isn’t true. 

Brian Tracy is a success coach who has written more than 70 books, spoken to millions of people all over the world and played a major role in developing some of the greatest leaders on the planet. Yet, his parents never gave him a compliment until he was 15. 

His family theme song growing up was “we can’t afford it.”

In this exclusive clip from Maximum Achievement: The Brian Tracy Story, you’ll hear Brian share stories from his upbringing and understand that while negative thoughts and circumstances might be in your present, they do not have to define your future.  

To watch the entire documentary, for free, please visit the website. 

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