Inside Strategic Coach is a practical resource for entrepreneurs, or anyone with a growth mindset. Hosts Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller share breakthrough insights, educational success stories, and insider know-how, gained from working with thousands of successful business owners, worldwide.
If you’re an entrepreneur, or have an interest in the culture of people who change the world of business and beyond, tune in for the inside story.
From Military Service To Entrepreneurism
After extensive experience serving in the U.S. military, Peter Kofod became an entrepreneur in the field of rail infrastructure. In this episode, he tells Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller about the different stages of his interesting and impressive journey so far.
What You Need For Diversity And Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion are vital, but not everyone completely understands what this means or how to best practice it. In his book The Inclusive Mindset, award-winning entrepreneur Justin Jones-Fosu explains how to cultivate diversity in your everyday life. Here, Shannon Waller talks to Justin about what led him to educating people on this topic and about his company, Work Meaningful, which is helping people improve workplace engagement and more.
Turn Irritation Into Insights And Interest
Everyone has things they’re bothered by. These things create negative feelings, but often are not actually problems. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller talk about recognizing when the only thing wrong with a situation is that you’re bothered by it, and what’s best to do in those situations.
The Advantages Of Associative Thinking
Each of us primarily uses a certain type of thinking: either linear or associative. And a key to finding success and creating the best value lies in recognizing which way you think and how your brain works. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller explain the different types of thinking and the best approaches to take advantage of them.
Are Your Qualities Bureaucratic Or Entrepreneurial?
All bureaucracies can be described as systems of control, while entrepreneurial companies can be described as networks of cooperation. Though neither is necessarily bad, there are great differences between people who should be working for bureaucracies and those who should be entrepreneurs. In this episode, Dan Sullivan lists and explains the differences, and more.
How New Ideas Can Destroy Companies
Leaders of companies can often be tempted to jump the gun on a new project without properly considering all the factors involved or communicating with everyone who will be required to pull it off. And the results can be disastrous. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller discuss all the aspects an entrepreneur needs to consider and communicate when it comes to a new project.
Micro business in Australia
Thank you Dan and Shannom
I’m a very small family business
And a lot of my business life I’ve felt isolated being a entrepreneur
As I have a different mind set to non business people
And I searched and searched for
I finally found your podcasts
Which I immediately down loaded
So I can listen at every opportunity
To get myself up to speed
Constantly taking notes
Helping me plan grow rewire mind
But most of all giving me confidence
On my path in these uncertain times
Also giving me confidence to lead the people around me
Please continue you really make a difference in people’s lives
Your Friend Craig Melville