I'm tempted to have a list of default questions which I can keep asking every new person I meet after coming across John Marsh.
> **John Marsh:** There was a time in his life when he was addicted to drugs, ~$1 million in debt, and on the brink of divorce. But John turned his life around, and today, he's a relationship counselor who manages more than $2 billion in real estate. This podcast with Brent Beshore is a good window into his story.
> John is the master of one-liners. Last time we spoke, he told me that he asks the same questions to everybody he meets:
> How has failure shaped your life?
> What are three things to always do, and three things to never do?
> Who do you know that I should know, and would you introduce me?