November 21, 2018

Developing the Right Mindset for Success, with David Osborn

Episode 17: Developing the Right Mindset for Success, with David Osborn

David Osborn is a self-made multi-millionaire, serial entrepreneur, and author of New York Times bestseller Wealth Can’t Wait and Miracle Morning Millionaires. He has become a passionate educator, sharing with candor his journey to financial freedom and the well-cultivated methodologies that helped him get there. Shortly after entering Corporate America, David quit his job and sold all his belongings, embarking on a two-year hitchhike around the world. He returned home jobless and penniless, but with a hunger for success. He channeled his motivation into the world of real estate, yielding phenomenal results. Today, David has built one of the top real estate brokerages in the world with more than 5,000 agents and annual sales volume exceeding $12 billion per year. He has also founded over 50 companies with at least 25 that are ongoing profitable concerns. David’s continued success allows him freedom to pour time into his priorities: being the best father and husband to his wonderful family, giving back to others, and teaching people how to achieve success so they, too, can live a life of abundance.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How David’s fascinating and unorthodox childhood involved having a “hired killer” for a father and attending a private English boarding school for boys
  • How David made the adjustment as a teen to moving to the United States after all his travels in a military family
  • Why David committed himself to lifelong learning after seeing the practical results of learning new skills
  • How David got started in the world of real estate and began turning his business into a huge success
  • How David began working for Keller Williams Real Estate early on, before they became the massive titan they are today
  • Why David was overwhelmed with stress in his early 30s, and why he took several months away from his job to work on himself
  • How reading the book “Think and Grow Rich” and joining a mastermind were profound influences on David’s mindset and business
  • What steps David takes to strengthen his relationships with his wife and children and to continue bettering himself
  • David’s life management and personal improvement system that he calls “the eight gardens of life”
  • What challenges David faced when he spent seven years writing his first book, and what valuable information his books contain

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