How ED Mylett MADE 400 MILLION.
🔥Hey Guys! Back at you today with another episode of The One Percenter Podcast and I have been looking forward to this episode for a while! This man is a friend, mentor, and incredible inspiration to me and I am so excited to introduce Mr. Ed…
🔥Hey Guys! Back at you today with another episode of The One Percenter Podcast and I have been looking forward to this episode for a while! This man is a friend, mentor, and incredible inspiration to me and I am so excited to introduce Mr. Ed Mylett. I first met Ed years ago and from then on we have stayed good friends. I’ve looked up to him in a lot of ways. He’s an incredible businessman, speaker, but above all he’s an incredible father and husband. There’s so much value in this episode and I know you guys will get as much as I did out of it. Ed has spent so much time with HIGH LEVEL people and hearing him talk about what they all have in common and makes them GREAT is truly amazing. He mentions there are three things that they all have in common and we must take those same things and apply them to our life if we want similar results. We go from talking about finding your passion, to money, to how to be a great father. Ed gives incredible insight here and I know there will be so much value that you get out of this. My favorite part of this interview is where Ed talks about what he thinks happens when he dies. A few years back Ed suffered a heart attack and he really started thinking about death. He now believes he is here to MAXOUT his life, to squeeze every ounce of potential he has. When he gets to heaven he believes that the Lord will say “well done my good and faithful servant, I am well pleased with you. But here is the man I created you to be, here is the man you were supposed to be.” Ed always says that when he meets the man the Lord created him to be, he hopes he is identical to that man, he wants to MAXOUT his life. That’s heaven to him, but hell is meeting that man and they’re total strangers. When I heard Ed say that for the first time chills ran down my spine. From that moment I always think about who I am supposed to be, and how much I could leave on the table. This applies to everything in my life; business, an impactor, a father and a husband. So whenever you have a decision to make, think about if it gets you closer or further from that person. THAT, is the best way to make sure you MAXOUT your life.