Ever wondered about the financial viability of living your ‘dream life’? What would that look like? And what’s holding you back?
Episode 12 of #TheGrowthBooth is the first in a 2-part series where Steven Clayton (my business partner) and I dissect lifestyle freedom and debunk common myths that leave most people stalled in pursuing their dreams.
Learn how Steve went from being a fortune 500 executive trapped in the rat race, to building an online lifestyle business. You’ll also find out why the price of lifestyle freedom may be MUCH lower than you expect…
Podcast: Download (Duration 24:29 / 24.4MB)
- 00:00 – Intro
- 01:06 – Steve Clayton’s Life Before eCommerce
- 03:27 – Transitioning From The Corporate World To Being An Entrepreneur
- 07:40 – The First Step to Lifestyle Freedom
- 11:04 – The Myth About Achieving Lifestyle Freedom
- 17:08 – Steve’s Advice For People Who Feel TrappedIn The ‘Rat Race’
- 21:04 – Is There Really Security in Day Jobs?
- 23:28 – Outro
About Our Host:
Aidan Booth is passionate about lifestyle freedom and has focused on building online businesses to achieve this since 2005. From affiliate marketing to eCommerce, small business marketing to SAAS (software as a service), online education to speaking at seminars, the journey has been a rollercoaster ride with plenty of thrills along the way. Aidan is proud to have helped thousands of entrepreneurs earn their first dollar online, and coached many people to build million-dollar businesses. Aidan and his business partner (Steven Clayton) are the #1 ranked vendors on Clickbank.com, and sell their products in over 100 countries globally, as well as in 20,000+ stores across the USA, to generate 8-figures annually.
Away from the online world, Aidan is a proud Dad of two young kids, an avid investor, a swimming enthusiast, and a nomadic traveler.
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