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How High-Leverage Thinking Elevates the Most Successful Investors and Thinkers Above the Rest

If you look at someone like Bill Gates and all that he has accomplished, it’s hard to fathom that he has the same number of hours in a day as everyone else.

He doesn’t have more time in a day than anyone else. What he does with that time is what sets him apart, because, according to today’s guest host, Bill Gates is more high leverage than you or me.

In today’s episode of Freedom Fast Lane, guest host Matt Bodnar of The Science of Success podcast explains why there is a non-linear relationship between time and value creation, and how you can use high-leverage thinking to maximize value in the time you have.

Think about the 80/20 rule and how it appears in all areas of life.

In Matt’s experience interviewing successful investors and entrepreneurs, the 80/20 rule is a common theme among them.

There are two specific principles of high-leverage thinking. These two principles are common not only across the people Matt has interviewed, but the business titans of history – from John D. Rockefeller to Dale Carnegie.

The first principle is to improve your decision-making ability. And the second is to hire people to replace yourself.

Matt dives deep into the principles of high-leverage thinking in this episode of Freedom Fast Lane.

If you’re looking to connect with successful high-leverage thinkers, check out this year’s Capitalism Conference held December 7-9 in Austin, Texas. The event attractions billionaires and millionaires from around the globe to share and learn from each other.

Surround yourself with these high achievers and learn how to build your empire at the Capitalism Conference. Grab your ticket today.

 

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