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Bill Lyons Interviews Jordan Adler

July 6, 2009

I interviewed best selling author & entrepreneur Jordan Adler on a “new divide” between Sedona and Flagstaff Arizona.  We talk about overcoming challenges, razor sharp focus, The Go-Giver, leaders deal with adversity differently, beach money, and send out cards. Jordan is wearing his alien transformer sunglasses. His EtchASketch analogy is true stoicism.

EtchASketch

Everytime I get the opportunity to spend time with Jordan it proves to be very valuable. When you are around him your mind opens and you become a limitless thinker.

Tony Robbins talks about how one action or one magic moment can create a processional effect like a stone that is dropped in a pond. Tony best describes this example with the story of Chris Hendrickson. “And then the story doesn’t end there…” It is a perfect example about how one thing or event can be created or gifted and attract amazing things that keep leading to more amazing things – All changing the course of time forever like the movie “Sliding Doors” or “Mr. Destiny.” Over the fourth of July weekend I can count at least three times where we just happened to run into someone because of something good being given out to the universe. These encountered weren’t happenstance or coincidence they were created and attracted.

Next interview I am going to discuss the above along with who Jordan’s 3 most influential mentors are and the 3 most influential events that had the biggest shift.

Send a card out in the mail to someone you love today, on me. Tell them how much you appreciate them and include a fun/cool picture of you so it makes them smile.

What if?

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Try this on New Years!

December 8, 2007

Why retirees are fleeing the U.S.

November 30, 2007

This is a good article on MSN regarding retirees moving south of the border.

The article mentions that there is no medicare in Mexico. I hear that might change…

I guess retirees are flocking to countries that have both tax and US dollar benefits. I don’t think anyone will be retiring in Europe from the US anytime soon (unless they have some serious dough) 

Is Panama still the #1 retirement destination in the world?


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