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Massive life lessons after surviving 2 strokes at 31 years old

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The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #49

How Jordan Strauss survived 2 strokes at 31 and created a business helping people change their lives

When I doing the research for this interview, I was so humbled by Jordan’s story…

At the age of 31, Jordan suffered from 2 strokes – 2 strokes!

The same day I interviewed Jordan I was complaining about my 1 1/2 hour commute and this interview was EXACTLY what I needed to help me reset my thinking – to be grateful for the gifts I have, and the gifts I have to share with others.

What was even more surprising, was how Jordan kept his focus on building his business to teach people how to play guitar…

After years of being told that I could never make a living with music, I combined my passion for guitar, love of working with others into a full time career.

This interview is one of the most character-defining interviews I have had to date and I know you will find the motivation to help you get started on pursuing whatever dream you have been putting off.

What will you learn on this episode of The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast:

  • How to make the big changes in your life, by making big changes yourself
  • How having the right mindset helped Jordan survive and recover from 2 strokes
  • How to take action, NOW

How to connect with Jordan Strauss:

Jordan Strauss on The Happiness of Pursuit Episode 49

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jordanstrausspage/
Website: http://www.crushitthisweek.com/

Doug Foley
Doug Foley is a podcast host, content marketer, and problem solver. He is also the youngest of 7 brothers and sisters, a proud father of 2, and is on a mission to help people find their passion, take action, and build the life they want to live. He frequently writes about entrepreneurship, personal development, and motivation.
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