Are you happy? Successful? Having the time of your life? Or are you looking to live a much more abundant life than what you currently have? In this episode, Susie Carder is joined by Life and Business Transformational Coach Daniel Mangena, who shares his journey of discovering his unique role to guide others on living a life in abundance. Together, they share an insightful and honest conversation about fixing your mindset to achieve the best in all aspects of human life. Tune in and start manifesting your goals, realizing your dreams, and feeling fulfilled in everything you do.
Our guest is Daniel Mangena. He’s a successful Entrepreneur, Bestselling Author, Podcast Host of Do It With Dan and Beyond Success, a Life and Business Transformational Coach and an International Public Speaker who is known for programs and content that take clients and students to the next level of living. He has saved thousands of people across the globe to achieve wealth mastery, and truly abundant lives.
He’s featured on CNN, CBS, Fox, Jack Can Fill Show, Forbes and Entrepreneurial Magazines. Dan’s mission is to spread his teachings worldwide with the intention to spearhead an evolutionary uplift in the universal consciousness by waking people to the importance of their unique role and enabling them to manifest their dream life. Dan, thank you so much for joining us. For our audience that may not know you, I know that might be surprising. Tell everybody what’s your sweet spot. What do you do? What’s your magic?
I love that you’ve got Wealth is your Birthright in the back because for me, it’s Abundance is your Birthright, which is a step deeper into the concept of what wealth is. It’s not just a wealth of finances. It’s a wealth of vitality, relationships, and connection to purpose. I firmly believed that it’s our natural way of being. It’s the natural order of things. What I get to do, whether it’s producing a documentary or on a podcast, having a conversation like this, or writing for an entrepreneur in a book, it’s connecting people to that truth so that they can effortlessly move through life with that truth being at the forefront.
Who is your ideal client? Who’s that client that you’re looking for?
What we’ve found to be the people that I can help the most are people who have looked more towards the esoteric side of things and realized that they can’t pay bills with rainbow dust and fairy cakes and that they need some money. We have a lot of people that have tried the more out-of-the-box nontraditional routes.
I have found that there’s something there but it doesn’t quite fit together. What I found myself to be able to do is bring together a very grounded approach to the way that things work in the real world. Also, bringing in some of the magic of what happens in the unseen and bringing those pieces together is what I love to do and the people that I serve best understand those two sides of the coin.
Give me an example of that, how you bring the unknown into the real world so we can see that.
One of my catchphrases that upsets a lot of people is to stop meditating. They’re like, “What do you mean stop meditating? Meditation’s the most magical thing in the world.” I said, “Yes, and because if you’re just meditating all day, that’s not going to close a sales call. It’s not going to put money in the bank.” It might create opportunities. It might put you in the right mind frame for that sales call or to go out and serve people.
Simply sitting on your yoga mat all day saying, “Hum diddy yum diddy yum,” isn’t going to pay the bills. It’s understanding that there is some power to some of these mindfulness and spiritual practices but when they’re taken in isolation, they can become a little bit useless. Often, we find people come to us that have been to all the mindset retreats, done all the Tony Robbin stuff, done all Dr. Joe Dispenza stuff, done all the morning rampages on YouTube and found that their bank balance didn’t change. In fact, maybe they’re a little worse off. Showing them how to connect those pieces together is what I found to be a cool thing I could do.
That is so delicious. I used to run Lisa Nichol’s company in her book, No Matter What! She talks about law of attraction. People would call the office like, “I’m doing everything Lisa said. I’m going to the mailbox. There are no checks.” I’m like, “Are you doing action?” Typically, what are you doing to make that check appear in the mailbox?
You get people that are so skeptical that they ignore all of the yummy power that’s available in that realm. You get people that forget that even if you are intending to manifest money playing the lottery, you still need to move through time and space to buy the lottery ticket. Even if you manage to manifest someone else buying the lottery ticket for you, you’re still going to need to either cash the check or at least move your fingers to make a wire from the bank account. If all of that’s happening from the yoga mat, then what was the point anyway because you don’t even need it?
It’s recognizing that the checks can chart magically in the mail but the magic is a function of not just what I’m doing with my eyes closed in my prayer position but also what I’m doing with my eyes open in terms of how I’m serving people, how I’m creating value, how I’m connecting with an audience, and how I’m understanding where my gifts are and solving problems in the world. That’s the way that it works. I laughed as I was on Instagram. An ad came up on Instagram about how to get unlimited clients without using Instagram. I was on Instagram and they were selling me something to say that I don’t need Instagram. This is what happens all the time.
Unfortunately, there are snake oil salespeople out there that are selling the illusion that you can click your heels together and money’s going to fall out of the sky. I always invite people to think, “How did they tell you about that?” They targeted you with an ad, they wrote a book, or they made a piece of content. They moved through time and space to sell you on the illusion, the delusion, the lie that you don’t need to move through time and space to create.
You’re my brother from another mother. What could be some mindful practices that we could do? If we look at this is your genius and your jam. What could we do that would help us take better action in conjunction? I agree, meditation’s great in this piece and then what?
I’ve got teaching. I’ve got called the Flow Funnel. The Flow Funnel takes almost a cross-section of what reality is as a whole. The flow funnel reminds us that we’re not just a meat soup moving through time and space. We’ve got the whole concept. The proven concept of mind over matter. We’ve heard stories about mothers who find superhuman strength in their bodies to rip a car open when their child is stuck inside.
Your mind can create abilities and possibilities way beyond your physical capabilities when it’s given the drive to do. When we look at the law, the law recognizes crimes of passion so much that our emotional state can impact our capacity to think. We can only think to the level of our emotional state. We’ve got the emotional state that’s impacting what we’re able to think, and what we’re able to think impacts what we’re able to.
Everything that we receive in our life is a function of the choices or the habits and the actions and behaviors that we’ve made through time and space. If I don’t make a sale, I’m not going to have any income. If I don’t go out, meet my clients, and serve them, they’re probably not going to refer me. It’s cause and effect. Inputs lead outputs.
Everything we receive in our life is a function of the choices, habits, actions, and behaviors we’ve made through time and space.
We’ve got this trickle down, from emotional state leads to what we’re able to think. What we’re able to think leads to what we do. We’re running on unconscious programs as much as 97% of the time. A lot of the things that we’re achieving and receiving on a daily basis are the function of unconscious programs. We need to address not just our meditation, our yoga, or our chanting and all that is yummy. I do all of that. I was meditating but then we’ve got to look at what’s going on with our thoughts and our programs. Are they leading us toward where we want to go?
We can start looking at, “Are the actions, habits, and behaviors unfolding from those thoughts and those emotions leading me to the outcomes that I want in my life?” If not, I need to start looking back and seeing, “Is it in my thinking? Is it in my emotions? Is it even in my goals and intentions that I’m shooting for in the first place?”
It’s that unconscious sabotage. My girlfriend’s like, “I didn’t know I was sabotaging.” I’m like, “I know. That’s when they come.”
The unconscious mind moves 10,000 to 10 million times speed in the conscious mind. For every conscious thought that we have about, “I want to be successful. I want to serve more people. I want to have a successful business,” your unconscious program is operating at 10,000 to 10 million times the speed of that.
If you’ve got a thought of unworthiness or you’ve got a thought of, “I can’t do this, or money’s the root of all evil,” or any of these other rogue programs, there are 10,000 to 10 million of those that run every time you have a thought that’s positive, uplifting, or moving you towards your goal. We have to address those. Otherwise, they’re going to keep turning out those self-sabotaging, procrastinating behaviors that aren’t going to lead us to where we want to be.
What are the things that we can do to add more meaning and find purpose?
I’m a little bit contrarian in my thing about purpose. In fact, one of my keynote talks is about the pointlessness of purpose. The reason why I say that is because, for many years, I’ve been hanging out with this information. Many people actually don’t end up doing anything because they’re waiting for the purpose that’s going to tell them what to do or they get so caught up in the journey of a particular purpose that they’re not even enjoying the life that they’re here to live.
Say that one again.
The purpose of life is to live. That’s what we’re here to do. If we’re not living and enjoying life, then what’s the point of having this golden plaque that says, “My purpose is to…” If you’re so caught up in the chasing and hunting down of what that thing is that you don’t even get to experience it anyway?
The purpose of life is to live.
That’s where burnout comes in. That smack me upside the head. We’re so driven then you’re like, “My kids are grown. What’s that thing? I missed that,” because I was either on a plane or somewhere and to go, “Hold up. What is that?” That’s great and that’s when people say money can’t buy you happiness. I believe we can have it all. You can have financial well-being and spend time with your family. It’s about prioritizing your family.
It’s 360 life. At the end of the day, we can say that money’s not that important but try paying your bills without it. How many marriages and families are falling apart? It’s one of the top causes of families breaking apart. One of the top causes of stress is financial strain. We can’t negate the role that money has to play. If we are not holding it in the context of a holistic life experience, which is why I say abundance, vitality, connection, and feeling yummy in your relationships with people and with yourself, connecting to something that gives your life some meaning and having the resources to do that, that’s where the thing comes in.
I love that. You talk a lot about the law of attraction. Some people have the lingo but they’re not necessarily implementing the work. When people want to leverage and use the law of attraction, how do they do it to manifest? They look at this, “Let’s manifest.” Whether it’s love, intimacy, children, health, wealth, or whatever, I believe as you believe. Wealth isn’t just money. Can we enjoy it? Can we spend time with family? Let’s talk about that because there are so many people teaching it. As you said, there are a lot of charlatans in our industry. We’ve all spent money wrong that didn’t work.
I was blessed. I’ve been working on the cut and the score for the first documentary that I produced myself and I’m in it. I’m leading it. It’s called Manifestnation and we’ve got a neuroscientist. We’ve got one of the guys that developed the MRI machine and a neuro biochemist. We’ve scientifically interrogated this whole concept of manifestation. I pulled it apart from the seams. I’ve approached it as a skeptic.
I’ve asked questions and I’ve approached this as if I don’t believe in all this law of attraction stuff to see what’s sitting behind it. There is a science to support whole segments of the generalized teaching of the law of attraction. When you even look at the whole concept of people putting the law of attraction as the primary thing, the law of attraction isn’t even a primary universal law. It’s a second universal law. The primary universal law that sits above it is something called the law of vibration.
The law of vibration shows us that everything can only exist in the same physical space as something that it’s a vibrational match to. Vibration isn’t even something that you need to buy a course on Instagram for $9.97 to understand. It’s simply understanding this. As we are existing here and now, we are operating as light waves that are bouncing at a certain frequency.
That frequency is measurable. We can measure the frequency that we’re at. As our emotional state changes, the frequency of that vibration changes also. It’s scientifically impossible for me to be in a physical space with anything that’s out of whack or out of the range of the frequency that I’m operating in now. That’s it.
The things that impact our frequency are what we’re feeling, what we’re thinking then those lead to what we’re doing, which reinforces what we’re thinking and feeling. We’ve got this loop of thoughts and feelings leads to actions that reinforce thoughts and feelings. When those are all in line with a particular experience, then that experience must show up for us in our life.
The law of attraction specifically speaks to the thought element of it and that we can attract things based on our thought. The thought is one piece of the puzzle. The emotions and the actions all need to come together but a coherent frequency that will match the thing that we want. The law of attraction really is about understanding that, number one, if I can’t feel the feeling of a thing and feel how I would feel the experience of it, it’s not going to be possible.
Everything we have in our life now is something that matches our current emotional state. If I don’t believe something’s possible, even if it did jot for me, I won’t see it. There’s a part of the brain called the reticular activating system that makes us blind to things that we don’t believe are possible. There’s someone out here that’s praying, meditating, going to church, temple, synagogue, mosque or whatever, crying for their beloved.
Everything we have in our life right now matches our current emotional state.
Their beloved is in their life now but because of reactivating system shut off because of unworthiness or whatever, they can’t see them. There’s someone that’s crying for a breakthrough in their business and the opportunity’s been sitting right there next to them every day but they can’t see it because they’re shut off to it or they see it but they’re not taking the action because they’re too busy sitting down meditating about it. All of these things need to come together. When they do, scientifically, the probability goes up to that we’re going to experience it. If we don’t have all of those pieces in place, we’re not going to get it. Even if we do, it won’t be able to stay.
How do I open up my activator brain?
You need to believe it’s possible. That’s it.
I would make it way too complicated. It’s that a hack?
This is the thing about me. I love things to be simple. I call them Danism and Dan Hacks, even limiting beliefs. You’ll have some people be in the jungle, snorting ayahuasca or whatever in order to break through or you could change your environment and stop having conversations with people that make you feel like crap. You could stop reading stuff that reinforces your old belief systems and starts changing your inputs.
You don’t need to necessarily run off to the jungle and do whatever. You can make these simple changes. Some of them want success in their business. I’ll ask you, are you associating with people who are successful in business or are you still associating with people who are negative and are talking down your dreams about your business? You say you want a healthy relationship but have you cultivated a healthy relationship with yourself to make space a healthy relationship with someone else?
You say you want vitality in your body but have you even assessed what’s vital for your body to feel vitality and introduce that into your everyday experience? If not, it doesn’t matter how many Hail Marys you do or how many trips to Camino Real or whatever you do or how many pilgrimages. The answer was quite simple. Change those behaviors to match the thought to match the emotion, so you can have the think.
How did you get into this work? What made you decide to study this and teach this? Give me that.
I had no intention of teaching it. I was very happy living my best life. It’s funny that we’re speaking about purpose. I had a smack over the head the whole journey in the whale experience. I tried to run away from it and then it kept chasing after me. I do feel it’s a calling to share this work with others. In terms of getting into this stuff, I got into it young. I was reading books like Think and Grow Rich when I was like 15 or 16 years old. I was reading Psycho-Cybernetics and all that stuff.
Did that come from your family?
I don’t know why. I was just that weird. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s when I was 27 years old. Part of me thinks my need to understand how things function led me to explore, understanding how things function and I’ve always been an entrepreneur. I taught myself to make computers when I was thirteen years old.
I’ve only ever had two jobs in my life. Once was in a cinema, when I was a teenager. I took a bit of a hit in my mid-twenties and I had to rebuild myself. I worked in a call center for six months while I built up another business. Other than that, I’ve never worked for the man. I’ve always been independent in terms of how I earned my beans. Understanding the way that things are created is something I’ve always wanted to do. I was always searching and seeking to understand that.
Let’s shift a little bit. There are so many people freaking out in the pandemic now and it is hard. I don’t watch the news. My man watches the news. I’m like, “Why do you watch this?” They’re scared with all the stuff that’s happening. I’m like, “Stop.” How are you helping people because they’re struggling? They’re in this economic doom and the pandemic. Now, it’s like, “They okey-doked us.”
The politics behind that are funny, not for the people who’ve been impacted negatively by it but you get where I’m coming from. First and foremost, I love to remind people that they’re probably freaking out because they’re recognizing a truth that they didn’t know before and that’s that you never had the level of control that you thought you had over your life.
A lot of people are freaking out because of the sheer truth of the fact that this is a big game that you haven’t been as hands-on the wheel with as you thought. Look at how many marriages fell apart when they had to spend time together because they were locked up in the house or how many people realized they knew nothing about their kids because they’ve been leaving their kids being raised in institutions.
Look at how many people had to work out, how they were going to keep up the illusion of having more than one family because you can’t. You’re locked down in one and you got to get to the other. A lot of truth came to the surface. One of the things that I’ve encouraged people to do is to take on that new truth with grace and to lovingly, with self-compassion, come to an understanding of the fact that you are going to have to get to know yourself.
All of these illusions, these stories, these narratives that you are riding on in order to keep this facade of what life was, that you were happy in your job and now you realize, “I wasn’t happy at my job. I was using it as an excuse to run away from my life.” People have to come to terms with that and when we can come to terms with that, then we can take a pause.
We can start to decide, “What do we want our life to look like? What do we want the relationship with our kids to look like? What do we want the relationship with ourselves to look like? What do we want the relationship with how we create our wealth to look like?” Start to build a path to that but it has to come from a place of acceptance of the mess, the muck, the irk, and the yuck so that we can start to move through that yuck to build something lovely for us going forward.
We keep shoving the muck like it’s going to go. It doesn’t go anywhere.
They’re popping it under the doormat and hiding at the office. Now we have to stay in the house before the crappy smell and the stuff we’ve been putting under the doormat and realizing it’s quite vomit-worthy but that’s what we’re doing.
Let’s talk about learning lessons. If you look back on your career being an entrepreneur, what’s been one of your biggest challenges or learning lessons? What was the biggest thing looking back? You can only pick one. I know we have lots but what would you say like, “I learned so much from that?”
I made and lost £2 million fortunes by the age of 23. The first hit didn’t hit me that much because I still had the arrogance of youth. I was like twenty years old. I’m like, “Screw it. I’m just going to go and do it again.” I went off and did it again then everything was gone again. I realized how much of my identity was tied up and what I thought people had to say about me as the person who had it all worked out.
When that was pulled away and I had to look in the mirror and say, “I don’t have it all worked out,” that took me to a rough place. I ended up in a deep dark place with suicidal ideation and all kinds of stuff. Thank God I was able to make my way out of that with a lot of love and support. The thing that I took away from all of that is that people don’t think about you as much as you think they think about you. The ones that are thinking about you, you should feel pity for because it means they probably don’t have anything going on in their own life.
There’s a meme that my friend sent to me years ago and it was this guy pointing up to the heavens and saying, “Lord, save me from my haters.” There’s like Michelangelo thing of God pointing down and saying, “Nobody’s thinking about you.” We get so caught up in what the Kardashians are doing, what’s going on in this place and that place.
We’re running away from having a conscious relationship with what we’re doing with ourselves. How do I want to feel? Am I in alignment with what I want to create? Am I finding fulfillment in the services I’m offering? Am I shutting up for the people that I’m here to serve? I can’t have those real conversations going to move me forward if I’m obsessed with what other people are thinking about themselves or what I think they’re thinking about me.
That’s delicious. Let’s talk about your wealth strategies. We all learn, as an entrepreneur of making money, spending money, going, “There’s no money.” What are you doing to build your wealth for your family and your intelligence?
I teach a concept called Money DNA. They’re five pillars that we’ve identified to be core components in terms of how we find a natural flow with wealth. Those five pillars of the vehicle, the role that we play in the execution of that vehicle, the way that we speak and communicate with ourselves internally to make sure we’re in alignment with that, how we make decisions that keep us in alignment, and how we take action is going to get us to the finish line.
We’ve got a number of different personality profiles and stuff that we use to map out somebody’s Money DNA. We’ve also got some free resources on the website if people want to at least get to grips with the basics of understanding what their Money DNA is. For me, my Money DNA is quite simple. I have the most flow when I serve. Always be serving, that’s what it’s for me.
A lot of the investment that I make in moving my business forward isn’t necessarily in ads to get someone to buy something. It’s an ad in giving someone something to think about. We put a lot of money into building up my social media but not even to buy stuff. It’s getting reach so we can touch more lives. It’s the same with the podcast and with the film. The film was not cheap to do. I haven’t baked a direct income ROI into it. I want to get it out there and touch people’s lives. People naturally gravitate to me and want to be in my world and the team and I then serve them to the highest level. That’s from a top-line business.
When it comes to underneath to have the systems in place, I’ve got my infinite banking set up, real estate, another big thing, and precious metals. I’ve also got a gold mine, which we produce our own product. We tend to hold more than sell enough to cover our running costs. It’s understanding what quality of life I want to live and how I can ensure that my strings of income don’t leave me dependent on any one thing.
For example, when my team and I are going into a sales conversation, not in a bad way but I don’t care if someone buys from me or not. My life’s not going to change if they don’t buy from me or not because we’ve still got other things in place. That puts me in a very different mindset when I’m going into those conversations. I’m saying, “Can I serve this person? Are we going to have a relationship that’s going to be a benefit to both of us?” If not, then I might direct them to somebody else. I might give them a free resource to move ahead. I found that in terms of the energetics, the mindset and also structurally, that’s worked very well for me.
When you look at all money’s not good money, I love that. That does make a difference if you’re taking money and pulling the whole team down to go, “It was not good money. That costs way too many resources.”
We’re quick with the refund. Not even from a bad way or saying that someone’s not good enough or judging them. It’s just that if we are not going to be in a relationship where you are served and I’m served in the serving of you, there’s going to be resentment. There’s going to be ill will and you’re not going to get the benefit out of you. I can’t serve you if I’m not here to serve you and we’re not here to serve everybody.
This is why I love collaboration as well. The ABC for me has always been collaborating. I love passing on my friends’ leads, clients, and businesses. Not only because I believe in the comic balance of that. I don’t believe that God ever short-changes. Everything that I go out is always going to come back with interest but also because it’s imperative that we connect people with where they’re going to be served the most and make ourselves available and open for the people that we are here to serve so that everybody wins.
I love that. That in itself is the secret of business. I don’t remember who wrote the book, Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow. That’s a great book. Early on, my first book was titled Passion because if you’re not passionate about what you’re doing, go find something else and do it. It becomes a job. I feel like you feel. I don’t feel like we’re working now. This is amazing.
This is fun.
I got to hang out with Dan, learn about Dan, and I get expose him to our community. When you do find that thing that you’re lit up about, you do want to be in service. It’s not all we need to live.
People can feel it. We’ve all had those conversations where someone’s trying to picture something and you can feel that they want to picture something. We’ve had those conversations like, “This person’s passionate about what they’re doing. They’re passionate about what I’m doing,” and that passion together can lead is somewhere where everybody’s served.
People will feel you before they hear you and see you. You’re going to go and put a piece of content. If you’re putting that piece of content out from a place of desperation, it’s no wonder it’s not getting you anything or the quality of people that you get is no good. Whereas, when you’re in a good place, everybody wins.
The funny thing, the first time I met you, my granddaughter was getting ready for brain surgery or something. I’m like, “Let me tell you where I’m at.” You were like, “I was wondering why it was so damn heavy.” We were on a Zoom call but I’m thinking I’m managing myself but I knew it was bubbling up and it was affecting me. I’m like, “I need to say this.” I don’t even remember what it was. I think it was that and you called me out. You’re like, “What would we have to do to just let that go?” I’m like, “Let that go, your life.”
I said nothing on the call and Dan was like, “I knew.” I didn’t know where it was coming from. He was trying to tap into where it was. I felt it. I’m like, “Let me just tell you this,” then we had a great call like it was a mastermind we were all doing. It was in the way and you don’t realize you stink even though you think, “I have lipstick on. I look good,” but my so stinky that was shoving it under the mat, trying to pretend.
That doesn’t help anyone. This is one of the things as well. As entrepreneurs, we have a duty to ourselves to be in the communities and connections we are serving. If we’re not in a space where we can be loved and supported when we’re going through the ick, then how can we expect to win? A lot of people are chasing, “Let me be in this community because they’re going to get me the most leads, or let me be with those people because they know the fanciest people.”
Are they going to be there for you when the chips are down? Are they going to be able to hold space for you when you need it? Are you going to be able to have those conversations? One of the other guys in our mastermind is Sai. I was speaking with him in Dubai. Sai calls me out sometimes on some of my stuff. He’s like, “That’s no good,” and I have to go and reevaluate the thing. He helped lift me up and I call him out with some stuff too. Having those relationships and being in those connections and communities are key to ongoing and long-term businesses.
It was out of love and support. I didn’t feel made wrong. I didn’t feel the same about the relationship with Sai. You never feel judged. You feel one of your best friends is calling you out. We talked in the green room, you’re now 40 in 2022. I loved my 40s. They were amazing.
I’m looking forward to it.
Although you figured it out, as you said, “I don’t have to prove to anyone who I am.” You know who you are. What would you do differently in building your wealth? If you could tell your younger self, that twenty-year-old, “Do this,” what would be the thing that you would do now with hindsight?
I’m going to caveat this. First and foremost, technically, I wouldn’t want to change anything because I believe that the lessons that brought me to where I am now coming from those experiences. That feeling aside, it is going to come down to, “You have two ears and one mouth. Listen more than you speak.” One of my favorite things I love to remind myself daily now is that when you allow the divine to use anything, the divine can use everything to teach you a lesson. Whether it’s a billboard, something my kid does, something that my nephew or my niece does, or something that I hear on a tape, I’m always open and available for me to receive guidance, direction, and wisdom. That’s what I’d tell my younger self.
What was one question you wish I would’ve asked in this interview?
We’ve covered loads of stuff. I don’t think there’s anything that I would say.
People are like, “I want to say this thing.”
You cooked it up nicely.
How do people get ahold of you? What’s the best way to play with you?
The easiest way to do that is to go to DreamWithDan.com. Head over there. We’ve got free resources. You can check out the articles I write in Entrepreneur. In fact, I think I’m still on the front page. If you go to Entrepreneur.com, I’m on the front page as a featured voice. I think I’m 2nd or 3rd on the list, you can do that. DreamWithDan.com is the best place to find out about that, the upcoming film, my podcasts, books, and articles. Everything is there.
Dan, thank you for your time and for coming in hot.
Thank you for having me.
We get to know you and play with you. Follow Dan. If you love this conversation, please share it with your tribe and community. Make sure you tag Dan in that so he knows that you’re spreading the love with him so you can start creating that relationship. As always, I appreciate you. Thank you for your time and your service but more importantly, Dan, thank you for what you do in the world and for being our champions. We appreciate you.
Daniel Mangena is a successful entrepreneur, best-selling author, podcast host of Do it with Dan and Beyond Success, a life & business transformation coach, and an international public speaker who is known for programs and content that take clients and students to next level living. He has helped thousands of people across the globe achieve wealth mastery and truly abundant lives. Featured on CNN, CBS, FOX, the Jack Canfield show, and in Forbes and Entrepreneur magazines, Daniel’s mission is to spread his teachings worldwide with the intention to “spearhead an evolutionary uplift in universal consciousness by awakening people to the importance of their unique role and enabling them to manifest their dream life”.