Jordan Gross is a Northwestern and Kellogg School of Management graduate, a two-time startup founder, a TEDx speaker, and a #1 best-selling author. His upcoming book, The Journey to Cloud Nine, provides a new approach to the personal development world by using fictional storytelling to reveal some of life’s most meaningful principles. Jordan has been asking hundreds of people around the world how they live their lives on cloud nine, and he cannot wait to share this with all of you!
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[0:59] Josh introduces today’s guest, Jordan Gross, author and TEDx speaker.
[2:02] Josh welcomes Jordan to Franchise Euphoria.
[2:52] Jordan gives an overview of why he left his corporate job and how he got to where he is today.
[6:46] Jordan explains that while he has a vision for his future, it’s more about the way you reach for your goal than actually achieving it.
[9:45] Instead of focusing on the actual goal itself, Jordan encourages you pay attention to the micro goals you set along the way and enjoy the journey of becoming the person you want to be.
[11:47] Jordan’s Cloud 9 process is about discovering meaning and your core mission which encapsulates a few key steps.
[14:57] While Jordan started working exclusively with small business owners, he has expanded to a broader field of individuals who desire coaching.
[15:55] Jordan’s coaching program typically lasts for about three months, but this is flexible and caters specifically to the individual.
[16:50] To ensure he delivers a quality product and devotes the proper attention to each of his clients, he limits himself to only taking on one to three clients at a time.
[18:37] Jordan’s upcoming book is titled The Journey to Cloud Nine, and the concept is a fictional story that shares the concepts he wants people to apply to their lives.
[20:54] Jordan’s key objective in life is to make people think, which is embodied in a quote he shares from Ed Mylett.
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