(Free) Episode #27 Special Guest Undefeated Pro Boxer Ed Latimore: How To Create Discipline & Reach Your Goals

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On this special free episode of A Man In Demand Radio, I welcome pro boxer Ed Latimore to the show. Ed has made quite the splash on Twitter (if you’re not following him, then do so here) spouting off daily wisdom and his unique insight into life and his blog release is highly anticipated across the web.

On the show we discuss how to create discipline and reach your goals, plus Project Playboy Forum’s members questions are answered.

If you’ve been struggling to be disciplined in your life and you feel as though your goals are merely pipe dreams, then this episode is tailor-made for you.

Show Notes:

  • Ed’s unique take and ‘system’ on streamlining your life
  • What goes through his mind when he steps in the ring to fight (and how that can apply to you)
  • His mindset when striving to reach a goal (this is very powerful)
  • The two areas of his life that he eliminated which helped him create razor focus and discipline
  • Ed’s unique perspective on finding and having a girlfriend that has helped his personal and professional life
  • The one thing you must create first or you won’t reach your goals
  • The perspective he has on talent (this is powerful)
  • What his biggest inspiration is
  • Project Playboy Forum Member’s questions answered
  • And much more!

Note: this is a FREE episode (no podcast membership required). so just click the link below to listen. 

(Free) Episode #27 Special Guest Undefeated Pro Boxer Ed Latimore: How To Create Discipline & Reach Your Goals

 

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  One thought on “(Free) Episode #27 Special Guest Undefeated Pro Boxer Ed Latimore: How To Create Discipline & Reach Your Goals

  1. Joey G
    10/29/2015 at 11:10 am

    Hey McQueen,
    You always talk about how being a hustler is better than anything else man-what are some books worth reading to cultivate a hustlers mindset?
    Thanks My Brother

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    • 10/30/2015 at 1:54 pm

      Good question, one I’ll do a post on, but honestly you’d be better off reading biographies of great men in history. You’ll start to see a commonality with them and that will get you fired up to get shit done.

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  2. BK
    10/28/2015 at 6:38 am

    will you share your 6 pages of notes from the interview?

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    • 10/28/2015 at 9:33 am

      I can barely read my own handwriting, so I doubt you gents could 😉 and I don’t have the time right now to type them up.

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  3. rugby11ljh
    10/28/2015 at 1:24 am

    Could you do this with
    More athletes?

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    • 10/28/2015 at 9:32 am

      If they have wisdom to share, I’m down. Also, open to suggestions so feel free to drop some names.

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