In this episode, Megan discusses the top ten things she’s learned in the last 10 years. She uses her struggles, heartaches, and failures as hopeful lessons for the audience. She talks about the originals, the people who took giant leaps for the good of humanity. People like Elon Musk, Gary Vaynerchuk, Nikola Tesla, Benjamin Franklin, etc.

We hope you find as much value in this podcast as we have found in creating it. Let your obstacles, problems, and failures serve as lessons for your future. Use these tips to create value in your life and others.

Be sure to check out some of our recent partnerships and affiliates! We have been blessed to partner with these amazing companies and we are here to share them with you! Every bit of proceeds we receive through partnerships is fed directly back into this podcast to help bring more valuable content to our listeners! It goes towards equipment, software updates, hosting guests, and so much more!

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Be sure to check out some of our recent partnerships and affiliates! We have been blessed to partner with these amazing companies and we are here to share them with you! Every bit of proceeds we receive through partnerships is fed directly back into this podcast to help bring more valuable content to our listeners! It goes towards equipment, software updates, hosting guests, and so much more!

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About the Show Host:


About the Author and Show Host:

Megan James is the Founder of Legacy Lifestyle Coaching, a company dedicated to Lifestyle Design. She has an extensive background in life coaching, business coaching, and career coaching. Megan has designed a life she’s proud of but she’s not planning on stopping there. Now Megan intends to take her skills and knowledge gained through her personal and professional experiences and share them with you! If you like the show, please subscribe! Follow our Socials!

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