Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with John Vespasian
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John Vespasian is today’s guest, joining us on the Join Up Dots podcast interview.
He was previously on the show back on episode 533 where we talked about learning to be unbreakable
Now he is back with a new book, and to be honest most of the time people ask to come on the show I refuse, as its all “Yeah in chapter five I talk about……”
Not what this show is about at all.
However this new book by todays guest pricked my interest as it ties very much into the message behind Join Up Dots
It’s called Sequentiality, and it provides a simple, but highly prescription for personal development.
By means of real life examples will find how to gain the right sequence of steps towards your dreamlife
..or as we say “How to join up the dots”
Joining Up The Dots In His Book
It has been proven through generations that have gone before us that it is better to let things naturally flow than to direct our focus with intention.
So with chapters like Your steps should be logical, not random, Let organic growth determine your steps, and you can figure out what steps to take next lets say he is a dotsmeister for sure.
So why this subject in particular, and does he see patterns that occur time and time that have become more than obvious to him?
Well lets find out as without further a do, lets start joining up those dots with the and only Mr. John Vespasian
John shares why it is important to build your assets through your life, network, financial, health. They dont have to be balanced to be highly effective.
We discuss the life of Cassanova and discover how he spent years building up to the success he is now viewed as. True entrepreneurial spirit at its best.
How we should not try to force things but let them flow naturally for maximum effect in our lives.
Why John Vespasian writes his books upside down, and researches in a very different way to most authors in the world today.
How To Connect With John Vespasian