Hal Elrod: What My Near Death Experiences Taught Me About Money, Business and Freedom

Hal Elrod nearly died in a car crash. He defied his doctors’ grim prognosis, not only walking again but eventually running an ultramarathon.

He lost a lot in the 2008 financial crisis. He was on a downward spiral for six months, losing clients, putting on lots of weight, and struggling with housing costs. But he pushed through and built his life back up by focusing on translating personal development into positive gains.

Last year, Hal almost died again. At first, his doctors thought he had pneumonia, but he was, in fact, suffering from an aggressive form of leukemia. He was advised he would most likely die. But he beat the odds again and came out of this third “rock bottom” experience profoundly transformed.

Hal urges you to ask yourself what matters most in your life. To ask yourself what your values are. Then see how you can selflessly add value to the people you care about, to the people you come across on an everyday basis.

When you give of yourself selflessly to others, you will tap into great success and feel liberated.

Join us as we follow Hal’s incredible journey.

Key takeaways:

  • Accepting reality is the first step to defeating negativity
  • Give of yourself selflessly to others
  • Live in accordance with your values

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Hear more from Hal on his podcast at http://halelrod.com/podcast/.

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