The Intuitionology Podcast Series

The Intuitionology Podcast Series

This podcast is going to help you understand the complex nature of your intuition so that you are able to listen to the intuitive signals that are telling you what the right decision is to make in any situation, putting you back on the path to success in every area of your life.... Show More
July 23, 2020 67 min

My guest, multi-millionaire author fitness guru and serial entrepreneur Peter Taunton got an opportunity to run a fitness gym on a dare, and with no experience and a tiny salary of just $16,000, he eventually ran out of money, almost ready to give up.

But with an assurance from his mother and surprisingly some much-needed cash flow the very next day, his intuition had him combine his work ethic, a humble nature, the ability to establish trusted relationships and personal integrity to grow that single location to over 6,000 and becoming a behemoth in the fitness space, going from literally nothing in his bank account to over 9 figures in revenues.

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