Episode 199: How to Develop a Mindset for Success in Life and Business with Jefferson Rogers

Episode 199: How to Develop a Mindset for Success in Life and Business with Jefferson Rogers

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Jefferson K. Rogers is the head of JKR Windows, a $30 million company that he built from scratch in just four short years. While growing his business, Jefferson learned a ton of valuable lessons the hard way. He discovered the importance of focusing on his team every day, which has grown to nearly 100 team members; and having great coaches and mentors, including Grant Cardone.

JKR Windows was recently named the fastest-growing replacement window company in Utah and awarded top company growth at the 2020 D2D CON. Today, Jefferson has 65,000 followers on Instagram and is dedicated to not only building on his own success but also helping others who are in the same position he remembers being in. He guides aspiring entrepreneurs to clarify their vision, invest in themselves, and achieve their biggest goals by going ALL IN.

Connect with Jefferson and achieve your biggest goals by going ALL IN: https://jeffersonkrogers.com/

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