1 hr 23 min

#015: Peter Jumrukovski and The Art of Setting Goals The Good User Experience

    • Entrepreneurship

Peter Jumrukovski came to California from Sweden with the dream of building a business. As a world medalist in karate, he knew how to set goals and aim high and soon began a Southern CA real estate market career. But what makes Peter especially interesting to me is his unwavering positive attitude and obsession with what has made others successful. A decade ago, Peter would not have had much of an outlet to scratch this itch. Still, with the approachability and reach of modern podcasting technology, Peter has recorded over 200 episodes of the “I Love Success” podcast. It’s been so fun to watch him grow into this over the last few years, and even more enjoyable to have this chat with him about attitude and setting goals.

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Peter Jumrukovski came to California from Sweden with the dream of building a business. As a world medalist in karate, he knew how to set goals and aim high and soon began a Southern CA real estate market career. But what makes Peter especially interesting to me is his unwavering positive attitude and obsession with what has made others successful. A decade ago, Peter would not have had much of an outlet to scratch this itch. Still, with the approachability and reach of modern podcasting technology, Peter has recorded over 200 episodes of the “I Love Success” podcast. It’s been so fun to watch him grow into this over the last few years, and even more enjoyable to have this chat with him about attitude and setting goals.

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1 hr 23 min