How to Take Your Expertise and Create a Million-Dollar Business

Your strongest skills may be hiding just under your nose. Here's how to leverage them.
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In this latest episode of Leaders Create Leaders, Gerard Adams talks with educator and real-estate market expert Dean Graziosi about the merit of hard work, the merit of a formal education and what it to takes to achieve success.

Adams and Graziosi talk about the advantage of being an underdog, how they possess a natural resourcefulness that can surprise the competition. 

Then, Graziosi speaks about how he always recommends setting a one-year goal, as well as being certain about what the word "success" means to you. 

Click the video to hear more.

Related: What Does It Take to Turn a Good Idea Into a Successful Business?

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