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Sometimes it feels like we have to choose between a career with a good salary or a career that’s personally gratifying. It’s rare that the two situations should ever meet. But what if we could create our own business that is both profitable and fulfilling?
Today, I’m excited to speak to a man who has done it. He’s cracked the code.
Larry Hagner is an author, a speaker and the founder of the Good Dad Project – a community of men with a passion for becoming better fathers.
I’ve been listening to the Good Dad Project Podcast and been an active member in Larry’s Facebook community for almost two years now. Since he’s now 7 months away from becoming financially independent and doing the Good Dad Project full-time, I had to learn how he got to where he is today.
How amazing would it be to develop a business that positively impacts people AND get paid well to do it!?!
What are we covering today?
Larry and I chat about:
- How he came up with the Good Dad Project (or GDP)
- The impact that his “project” is having on real men every day
- His ability turn it into a profitable business to support his family of 6
If you’re interested in developing a business that improves your life and the lives of others, you will not want to miss this conversation with Larry. He has a smart business sense and overall, he’s just an inspiring guy.
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LARRY’S BOOK: Dad’s Edge
RECOMMENDED BOOK: Your Income, Your Life by Jeff Bouwman
RECOMMENDED BOOK: Freelance to Freedom by Vincent Pugliese
RECOMMENDED BOOK: Unbeatable Mind by Mark Divine
LARRY’S WEBSITE: Good Dad Project
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Carpe Diem Quote
“There is no passion to be found playing small—in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.”
– Nelson Mandela