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Syndication

In today’s episode, we put our co-host Josh Marsden on the hot seat!

You will find out what Josh’s personal Utopia is that he is aiming for, what makes him happy, and why.

Like many single hard-working entrepreneurs, Josh is looking for that one person that makes him feel complete.

The challenge is finding that one person when you are trying to run a successful company, it takes so much time!

Josh loves two Benjamins, for good reasons.

Find out what shaped Build Your Utopia’s other half in his early years and the struggles that he saw as a child that molded him to be a money-motivated, success-driven, Type A, hard working, ambitious man.

As hard as it was for Josh to share this, he speaks about some of the the fights he saw as a child, how his relationship with his father impacts him today, and what he wants for his son, Benjamin.

What you will find here are several examples of how Josh takes negatives throughout his life and turns them into positives.

When college didn’t work out the first time, he partied.. POSITIVE.

When Josh didn’t have money, he took out credit cards… POSITIVE.

When early adulthood didn’t go as planned.. the military came calling… POSITIVE.

Which positives are actual positives? Find out in this episode.

Finally, if you need a private PLUS college loan, just sign your mother’s name on the loan application. It works..

Turn off the switch of insanity from being plugged into your business or goals, relax, and listen to this show.

On a closing note, having too many goals.. can be overwhelming.

As always, a special thank you to The Strand for our intro and outro music!

Utopian Quote of the Show

“We all have subjective eyes to a realistic lens” - Josh Marsden

Direct download: 003_Interview_with_Josh_Marsden.mp3
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