Creating a SAS Business with Dane Maxwell

Dane Maxwell, Veteran on the Move

About this Episode

Today we are honored to host Dane Mawell on the show. Dane is an US Army veteran and a serial entrepreneur. His specialty is helping underdogs start successful businesses. Dane has had some great opportunities in life and has learned many lessons.  Tune into this episode to hear more about his journey and learn from his success story.

Key Points of Discussion

  • Dane Maxwell’s life story
  • Being an entrepreneur
  • Starting of successful career
  • Greatest regret in life
  • Accepting happiness
  • Leadership and fear
  • Metacognitive training
  • Software as a potential business

Key Milestones of this Episode

[00:57] Dane’s life story

[03:18] Entrepreneurship at an early age

[06:30] First successful business

[12:02] Greatest regret

[20:40] Hard time accepting happiness

[27:31] Fear and leadership

[33:49] Concept of metacognitive training

[40:10] Identity conflict and decision to be free

[43:53] Software as a potential business

Key Quotes

  1. “The patterns are so unbelievably simple and in the end and then implementing them can cause an internal riot inside the brain.”
  2. “One of the most important things I’ve ever learned in my entire life is to not take things personally.”
  3. “Find anybody’s pain and you have found an amazing business opportunity.”
  4. “Fear is used to conquer fear.”
  5. “I can’t think of people that might have a stronger sense of identity in the world than a veteran.”
  6. “If you will sit still in a room and do nothing, the worst thing will come up right away.”
  7. “I would say don’t look for what business you’re going to start, look for the heart of Entrepreneurship; install that heart within you and then it’s not going to matter.”

About Our Guest  

Dane Maxwell is a serial entrepreneur and he has taken his businesses from mere ideas to seven figure companies within a brief period of 5 years. He has gone on to create over 15 millionaires with his teachings. He specializes in helping underdogs start successful businesses. He is the author of the upcoming book Start From Zero which teaches entrepreneurs a new way to build businesses quickly, without the risk, from scratch.



Start from Zero: Build Your Own Business & Experience True Freedom

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