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Chris Brogan, CEO of Owner Media Group

Even though this is NOT something we like to admit, we know all too well that our New Year’s resolutions do not always pan out the way we want! In fact, stats show that right around this time of year, most of us simply abandon them. If you wondered why or more importantly, what can help, you will enjoy today’s episode.

Chris Brogan is the CEO of Owner Media Group, a highly sought after speaker and the New York Times bestselling author of 8 books, including The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth, and Just Start Here. He is an expert in leadership development who works with professionals like YOU and such well-known brands as Disney, Coke and Google.

Through his work, Chris discovered the missing element in accomplishing his OWN goals and as a result, created a Brave New Year program. It’s an 8-week online class which provides information, coaching and community to help you achieve your New Year’s resolutions. I can’t wait to check it out myself!

Three takeaways from our interview:

— A habit that helps keep Chris’ financial health in check

— How to succeed with New Year’s resolutions

— Key link between being yourself and making money

If you’d like to learn more about Chris Brogan, visit his website and follow him on Twitter @chrisbrogan.

Our favorite quote from this interview: “We’re all toddlers in something.” – click to tweet

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