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How To Know When You’re Making Progress, Journey of Enlightenment, And More [Podcast]

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Hey everyone! Last week, I asked you to send in your questions. Over the weekend, I compiled and answered YOUR awesome questions, including questions on confidence, decision making, enlightenment, and how to be a coach.

In this episode of The PE Podcast, I talk about

  • How to know you’re making progress when you’re not seeing results
  • How to make a decision and avoid disappointing someone
  • Are you enlightened? How to know if you have reached enlightenment
  • The roadmap to measure your consciousness
  • How to address the lack of confidence
  • The problem with YouTube in general today
  • Why Instagram can be toxic for your well-being
  • The ONE thing that’s most important in life – Career? Health?
  • Tips to be organized and the calendar system I use
  • Coaching: My tips for those of you who want to be a coach

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About Dave Bailey

Dave Bailey
I started University at the age of 24 and graduated from Wayne State Unv. ( Detroit Michigan) at age 28 with a degree in Business and Finance. I began a career in the Insurance Business Promoting Business Insurance to Small Business owners and their Estates. My second career is Internet Marketing and helping people like you reach Financial Freedom.

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