Secret Academy Episode - Joshua Lee
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As CEO of so many companies we lost count, Joshua Lee is always looking for his next adventure and is a standout example of how to be successful as a serial entrepreneur. President and founder of the advertising agency LF Media, Inc., the brands under his corporation include Adfirmative, MySearchNetwork, LeadsandFeeds, CPCresults and Austin Advertising Alliance that control over 100 billion online impression every month. Josh has been featured on Forbes, Fox Business, CNN, Huffington Post, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, Inc. Magazine, and Yahoo Finance to name a few. He’s most passionate about helping experts, executives and new entrepreneurs build their authority, and overcome online marketing and technology hurdles all while being able to maintain a healthy work-life balance and what he calls the “Four Pillars of Prosperity.”

Lesson's in Today's Interview:
  • How he has managed to establish a work-life balance running multiple brands
  • The importance of investing in a person not an idea
  • How he was able to branch out into other verticals through coaching
  • The way the digital landscape of online marketing has shifted
  • The 4 Pillars of Entrepreneurial Prosperity all entrepreneurs should attend to (and why “business” is at the bottom of that list)
  • The problem entrepreneurs have with seeing prosperity in business yet being poor in their life
  • His morning routine that sets him up for success and why it’s so important to start your day in this way
  • Why it’s so important to be able to outsource well
  • Valuing your time at the right level instead of trying to wear multiple hats
  • Having the understanding of being able to say “no” to avoid burnout
  • The difference between being a business owner and a business operator
  • His definition of what being an “entrepreneur” really means
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