045: Absolute Continued Growth with Erik Seversen

In this episode, I interview, Erik Seversen.

Biography:

Erik is a writer, speaker, adventurer, entrepreneur, educator, and lover of life who refused to let others tell him what he could and could not do. He continually worked toward his goals even when others said they were unreasonable. His travels have taken him to over 80 counties around the world and 49 of the 50 states in the USA, and he has achieved success in business and in life. His most current ambitions are growing two businesses and climbing mountains which he says makes everyday challenges seem a lot easier.

My Takeaways:

Erik’s bio had me wondering exactly where I would take this interview. Ultimately though, it was Erik’s method to master time and to be mindful. Erik shared how he stopped doing things that were not helping him move forward, such as listening to music in his car and instead he would use this time to listen to podcast, books, or to think about his business, etc. He also shared a meditative exercise that he performs daily that he believes saves him hours per day.

Authors/Books Referenced

The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

Dave Ramsey

The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakiani

Stephen Covey

Tim Ferriss

Things Fall Apart by China Achebe

Those are my key takeaways. What are yours? Join us on Facebook or Twitter, share your thoughts and ideas. Thanks for listening and get out there and discover the best version of you!

Find Erik Seversen over on:

Facebook | Twitter | Website 

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