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Hal Elrod died at the age of 20. After being hit by a drunk driver, he died for 6 minutes. Let that sink in for a few seconds. He was told he would never walk again. The crazy part is that this wasn’t the only rock bottom point in his life.

Hal and I discuss his journey in overcoming his accident, the recession in 2007 and ultimately how his morning routine saved his life. He gives a ton of actionable takeaways in this episode and his energy is contagious!

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Key Points

  • Hal started his professional career working for CUTCO and was never a big achiever before then
  • If another human being can accomplish something…you can…they’re a human being just like you are
  • A drunk driver hit Hal’s car at 70mph, putting him into a coma instantly…he died for 6 minutes from blood loss
  • He was told he would never walk again
  • Hal talks about how to accept things in your life that can’t change with a positive attitude
  • Why we should embrace our alarm clock ringing in the morning
  • How to push ourselves to not only do well, but to reach our potential
  • Passion isn’t something that we stumble across, it’s your responsibility to find your passion
  • In 2007, Hal experienced his next rock bottom moment in his life when his business tanked
  • Everyone wants level 10 success, but few are willing to become a level 10 person
  • Hal’s morning routine saved his life through his S.A.V.E.R.S. (Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading & Scribing)

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