Jon Dwoskin is known as the “Business whisperer”, is an executive advisor, business coach and motivational speaker. After a successful corporate career, he launched the Jon Dwoskin Experience to teach C-level executives the secrets to “Think Big. Very Big!” He is the author of “The Think Big Movement” and a 15-year cancer survivor.

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The 3 golden nuggets that helped Jon be more successful are: have a clear, measurable business plan, have the right people on your team, and identify who your real clients are. As a legacy, Jon wants to leave a legacy of leadership people to say they became a better person and better business person and he helped. Click here to listen to more of JV Crum III interviewing Jon on the Conscious Millionaire Show.

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