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The GenWhy Leaders Podcast


May 31, 2019

Episode overview:
On this episode of the GenWhy Leaders Podcast, we’ll learn about the importance of taking action from Logan Freeman, former NFL draft pick of the Oakland Raiders turned entrepreneur and real estate mogul. Football unfortunately didn’t work out for Logan, and soon after, he lost his father. Hitting rock bottom, Logan was faced with an opportunity to find his true identity and reinvent himself. As the saying goes, sometimes the journey is more important than the destination. Although Logan was faced with a difficult road, the same persistent daily action that gave him a shot at the NFL, has now allowed him to have a successful real estate career, recently being named Kansas City’s #1 investor-specific realtor in 2018. Now married with a beautiful baby girl, Logan tells us about the habits he has built and actions he continues to take that allows him to be successful. Here’s my interview with Logan Freeman.

Logan’s Why:
Become the best version of himself so he can get to Heaven and help others get to Heaven. Logan focuses on doing his best to bring value to every individual he comes into contact with.  

Key Takeaways:

  1. To be a person of action, is to be a person of courage and fortitude.
  2. Know that you will fail often, and fear will present itself regularly. But FEAR is simply False Evidence Appearing Real.
  3. We see the world how we want to see it. Our beliefs lead to our emotions, which lead to our actions, which lead to our results (Crucial Conversations)

Book Recommendations:

  1. The Bible
  2. StrengthFinders 2.0
  3. Emotional Intelligence
  4. Crucial Conversations
  5. Millionaire’s Fastlane & Unscripted
  6. Never Split the Difference
  7. The One Thing
  8. The 10X Rule
  9. Rich Dad Poor Dad
  10. Extreme Ownership

How to contact Logan:

  • Website: Livefreeman.com
  • Email: logan@livefreeman.com

About GenWhy Leaders Podcast:

Entitled, lazy, unreliable. These are just a few of the words used to describe Millennials. It wasn’t too long ago consumer reports were being built about them and how they would acclimate to the professional world. Now, they’ll soon be leading the workforce. According to Forbes, 75% of the national labor force will be millennials by 2025. Despite the negative stereotypes, this generation is full of individuals already taking leadership positions at companies, starting their own businesses, and pursuing non-traditional means of supporting themselves and their families. In the GenWhy Leaders Podcast, we learn why leaders in this age group do what they do, what keeps them motivated, and how they have succeeded in this ever-more competitive marketplace.