Leaving the “status quo” crowd behind and aiming for true excellence in your business, based on quotes from J.M. Barrie, John C. Maxwell, the Rubik’s cube, and personal achievement.
TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:
- Why the topic for this episode has been collecting dust on my social calendar for three months
- My theory on why entrepreneurs have self-evaluation moments more than the average population
- The “beige people” concept
- What it’s meant to me, finally putting together a message that encompasses the things I’m really good at
- Why my son’s Rubik’s cube adventure spurred me to share my recent achievement
- The benefits of the 30,000 foot view of your business
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