Strategic Coach founder Dan Sullivan shares his wisdom and insights with entrepreneurs who want to multiply their freedom and success.
Do Better Things With Your Time, with Leslie Fall
Since she joined The Strategic Coach® Program, people have been telling Leslie Fall, an entrepreneur in the field of medical education, how much more confident and clearer of vision she’s become. In this episode, she shares the tips she’s learned that have allowed her and her whole team to grow and spend their time doing what they’re good at.Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:• How Leslie has found a balance between what she’s learned to do as a physician and as a successful entrepreneur.• Why Leslie sometimes has to let go of what her job typically is.• An alternative to doing jobs you don’t like.• How Leslie’s company now gets four months of work done in a couple of weeks.• Why you could be relying on your team for more.Show Notes:Make a change: If someone at your organization is holding you back, you need to have the courage to make a change.The next step: Just because someone helped you take a step in the past, it doesn’t mean they’re the right person to help you take the next step.Time and energy: You need time and mental energy to think about becoming more alert, curious, responsive, and resourceful.More unique time: If you automate some activities, there will be more time for your team to use their unique capabilities.The knowledge you need: If you’re struggling with a problem, it might be that someone else already has the knowledge you need.Off your plate: Your team members want to do what they can to take things off your plate.
Have More Fun And Get Bigger Results, with Tim Thackrah
Dental surgeon Tim Thackrah has had entrepreneurial involvement in many companies, including some outside of the dental industry. In this episode, he shares what he’s learned that’s allowing him to have more fun than ever in business and to get bigger results than he ever could before.Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:• How Tim learned that it’s better not to do everything yourself.• The skills that can be applied to any business.• What’s convinced Tim of the value of The Strategic Coach® Program.• How Tim is the same person no matter what business he’s working on.Show Notes:Keep on forever: When you focus on what you enjoy doing, it gives you more energy, and you can keep on doing it forever.Just do it: If you just get on and do it, results come faster than you’d expect.Takes everyone: It takes everyone to build a better culture for your business.At least 10x: If you invest in your team, you’ll be paid back at least ten times over.Same language: It makes a big difference when you’re communicating with people who speak the same business language as you do.Wrong direction: If you keep your head down and just keep on working, you might eventually find you’ve been going in the wrong direction.
Expand Your Opportunities, with Elliott Neff
Elliott Neff is the founder and CEO of Chess4Life, an organization whose goal is to teach life skills through chess to one million kids a week. In this episode, Elliott shares the story of how the company used technology to pivot successfully when they had to shut down their physical locations, and how the business has more than doubled due to what Elliott has learned in The Strategic Coach® Program.To learn more about Elliot and his work, visit https://chess4life.com/staff/elliott-neff/ (https://chess4life.com/staff/elliott-neff/)
It’s Never Too Late To Transform, with Hao Lam
Hao Lam left the communist country of Vietnam where he was born, eventually moving to North America and becoming a successful entrepreneur in the education field. In this episode, he talks about what it’s taken to get where he is today.To read Hao Lam's autobiography, From Bad to Worse to Best in Class: A Refugee's Success Story click here: strategiccoach.com/go/haolam (http://strategiccoach.com/go/haolam)
Retirement Means The Applause Stops
While most people think about retiring when they reach their sixties, Dan Sullivan plans to be alive and working until the age of 156. In this episode, Dan shares how he learned that having an audience keeps you going strong, and how losing your audience means the opposite.
The Only Way To Be Free, with Erick Holliday
From a young age, Erick Holliday had the entrepreneurial drive. After 9/11 ended his advertising business, he spent many years as an employee. Then, after the 2008/2009 economic downturn and a personal tragedy, Erick’s eyes were opened to the fact that his career wasn’t just about making money, but about the impact he wanted to have on his family, his community, and the world. Now, he’s CEO of a company in the medical field and an investor in several other companies.