#026: How to Become a Mega Producer with Johnny B Truant

It comes down to hard work. But there is more to it than simply putting in long hours. In fact, simply working long hours might be diluting your work. As a leader, you need to be aware of efficient, and effective your work is. To get to the next level in your life you NEED to be a mega producer.

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This week’s podcast episode is an interview with mega producing author Johnny B Truant. Johnny talks about the importance of hard work but more importantly about working smart at the right things. We dive deep into how you can be efficient in your work. Johnny is someone I follow to learn how to be more efficient and productive in my life, and am very excited to have him here on the podcast.
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(Note: I highly recommend Johnny’s philosophies and material. Caution: He does use strong, colorful language at times. You’ve been warned…)

Quote: “There is no substitute for hard work.” Thomas Edison

Book: How To Be Legendary

Book: You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader: How Anyone, Anywhere, Can Make a Positive Difference

Podcast: BiggerBetterStrongerFaster.com

Podcast: SelfPublishingPodcast.com

Website: JohnnyBTruant.com

Website: RealmAndSands.com

Website: EverydayLegendary.com

Twitter: @JohnnyBTruant

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