Building a lasting legacy requires learning how to succeed through others, but before you can do that, you have to show up as a leader.

We have been looking at how to develop our own leadership skills, and what we’ve learned from today’s guest, Jocko Willink, has blown our minds – so we want to share it with you.

Jocko is the author of Extreme Ownership and a retired United States Navy SEAL commander (he was the commander of the titular sniper in the movie American Sniper). His stories will help shift your mindset about extreme ownership and discipline – and if you make these shifts, it will transform how you show up as a leader and your ability to deliver extraordinary results.

Were you told that if you worked hard and saved in your 401k that, one day, you would retire and secure your slice of the American Dream?

We were told that story, but if you look at the wealthy, that’s not how they got there. We’re excited to introduce you to Patrick Donohoe and his team at Paradigm Life because they specialize in an investment strategy that creates wealth, and they want to share it with listeners of The ONE Thing podcast.

If you go to PerpetualWealthStrategy.net, you can download the free report: The Entrepreneur’s Hierarchy of Investment.

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