This is Season Four, Episode Eight. It's our final episode in our Summer series about underearning, and yet, it's the most important topic of all - getting the support you need to succeed. I bust the "self-made" myth bubble in this episode, because regardless of whether we start at the bottom or now, we all need people to help make our dreams come true. Support is critical. Whether that's your personal environment, or surrounding yourself with the right kind of people, help is a non-negotiable when you're building your Noble Empire.
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2:00 - Why the term "Self-made" is a myth and misnomer
12:00 - The 4 kinds of people you need to support you on your journey.
23:54 - How to make connections with your role models
27:32 - Why your environment needs to be like "fertile soil"
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