MPF discussion with Fred Ashman
Never Giving up on your Goals with Fred Ashman
As a 12-year-old a teacher had the class take a very basic aptitude test. The result were goals. Fred’s were to become: a professional trumpet player, an audio engineer, a TV director, and a pilot.
Achieving all those goals by age 30, he continued beyond those goals, becoming a CEO, writer, lecturer, author. He is also a husband, father and grandfather.
"Goals are important and believing in your dreams sets to stage. Actively gaining the knowledge skills and experience brings those goals into reach. Hard work, effort and never giving up makes them reality."
On This episode of My Perfect Failure (Never Giving up on your Goals) A fascinating discussion with Fred Ashman who reveals how sitting an aptitude test at the age of 12 would become a pivotal event in his life. At this point Fred decided he wanted to become a professional trumpet player, an audio engineer, a TV director, and a pilot. Something was planted in Fred’s mind and remarkably Fred achieved every single goal he wrote down as that 12-year-old boy by the age of 30.
Fred describes his journey whilst also providing a host of tips and tricks we can employ to also achieve our goals. We also discuss Fred’s compelling new book (Advocate for the Audience) revealing how you can beat the competition in your market. Some of the areas we cover.
· Gain all the skills you can in the industry most relevant to you.
· If you have a desire, do it now, don’t put it off.
· Write down your overarching goal, be sure ensure your gaol is not too narrow.
· Invest in an answering Machine, assistant, answering service.
· The value in being available.
· Fred’s new book: Advocate for the Audience
Fred’s email address
· fred fredashman.com
Purchase: Advocate for the Audience
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