Those are the questions BRENDON BURCHARD asked himself after surviving a horrific car accident when he was 19. He has spent the last 26 years searching for those ANSWERS.

Those are also a few of the questions we’ll try to answer on this week’s show.

Brendon’s been on before, and so many of you made it one of the most watched episodes ever that I knew it was only a matter of time before I had to have him back.

After you listen this week, you’ll know precisely why Brendon’s messages resonate with so many people. Since the accident, he has become a 3-time New York Times best-selling author and a thriving online teaching pioneer with videos that have racked up 400 MILLION VIEWS and earned hundreds of well-deserved accolades.

You’ll hear in detail how Brendon’s life flashed in front of his eyes and how those images drove him to ask the questions that have defined his life.

They are questions he continues to ask every day of his life.

Brendon’s life changed instantly, but he has also studied the NATURE OF CHANGE and how factors like AMBITION, DESIRE, NECESSITY, and ESTEEM drive most people to change. We’re going to dig into how each of these impacts your ability to change or not.

To CHANGE means to GROW.

Brendon’s foundational philosophy is built on this, and to help others achieve optimal growth created GROWTH DAY software. This is the single GREATEST integrated personal development environment I’ve ever seen.

We’ll also get into SERVING others, something Brendon and I both believe in. If you’ve ever wondered how best to do this, listen to how we approach this important question.

No conversation with Brendon would be complete unless we talk about HIGH PERFORMANCE HABITS and EFFORTS OF IMPACT. It’s GREAT WISDOM…simply great wisdom.

Here’s a huge takeaway from this week’s episode.

The QUALITY OF THE QUESTIONS we ask ourselves determines the quality of the LIFE we end up living.

Start by seeking answers to the questions Brendon asks, and then KEEP ASKING other questions that matter most to you.

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