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On Destination Business Freedom, we explore success strategies and hacks from leading entrepreneurs, to help bridge the gap between financial success and personal freedom.

Destination Business Freedom Pat Mancuso

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

On Destination Business Freedom, we explore success strategies and hacks from leading entrepreneurs, to help bridge the gap between financial success and personal freedom.

    Achieving Financial Freedom Through Business Growth With Pat Mancuso

    Achieving Financial Freedom Through Business Growth With Pat Mancuso

    Pat Mancuso is the CEO of Mancuso Consulting Group and a highly recognized thought leader dedicated to helping CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs maximize their potential through coaching and consulting. After over 30 years working with company owners, leaders, and sales teams, Pat has over 25,000 hours of coaching and consulting experience. As a serial entrepreneur who has launched multiple successful companies, Pat understands how to sustainably scale a business. He helps businesses improve their leadership and performance through a proprietary system, RSTMM® - Recruit, Select, Train, Manage, and Motivate, enabling companies select, train, manage, and motivate the right people in the right positions.
    In this episode… Living a fulfilling life while working towards your business goals is possible with the right guidance, strategies, and hacks. With an experienced guide, you can navigate the complexities of business ownership and master the art of wealth creation. How do you bridge the gap between financial prosperity and personal freedom? 
    Entrepreneurial leader Pat Mancuso shares his experience and interactions with over 15,000 entrepreneurs, CEOs, and business leaders over the years. Pat explains that for both business and personal success, you must understand where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. With proven techniques for time management, effective prioritization, and cultivating a growth mindset, you can pave the way for sustainable success in both your professional and personal endeavors. 
    In this episode of the Destination Business Freedom podcast, we flip the scripts as Rise25’s Chad Franzen interviews Pat Mancuso,  the CEO of Mancuso Consulting Group, to discuss how to strike the perfect balance between business success and personal fulfillment. Pat talks about his transition to his new podcast, his experience in the consulting business, and why getting into a business partnership is a pivotal decision.

    • 33 min
    Planning to Fail to Succeed!

    Planning to Fail to Succeed!

    Jeremy Delk is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for disrupting industries. Since 2001, his businesses have earned hundreds of millions in revenue, created 100’s of high-paying American jobs, as well as other notable distinctions.
    He jumped into entrepreneurial ventures with the naivety of a child and the tenacity of a tycoon. He started the day trading at the age of sixteen, learning and failing with each trade.
    By the age of 19, he earned 30K to 50K a day as a day trader from the desk of his college classroom. As quickly as the money came, it vanished just as fast. After amassing almost 2 million in his early twenties as a day trader, it took him only four days to lose it all! The tech bubble has a way of making people go broke quickly.
    His knowledge and skill as a day trader would help him land a job as one of the youngest brokers at Fidelity trading institutional equities in Boston and later in New York. He was earning great money, but it didn’t fulfill the entrepreneurial spark within him, so he decided to go out on his own.
    Delk Enterprises has grown from making $6,000 in its first year in business to a diversified VC fund that has built and exited investments in both private and public transactions. Today, more than 20 years later, Delk Enterprises has holdings in biotech & healthcare, consumer brands, technology, building materials, and real estate development.
    Jeremy now focuses on investing in and advising entrepreneurs through speaking. His upcoming book shares his reality of the Good, Bad, and UGLY of entrepreneurship. It serves as a not-so-subtle reminder of fundamental principles he’s learned through his journey: while great times don’t last forever, neither do the truly bad ones.
    Here's What We Cover:
    Entrepreneurs' approach to fear and failure How to plan to fail to succeed Biggest mistake entrepreneurs make  Rigid plans actually hold us back The DNA of an entrepreneur Know what you are good at Taking risks and the setbacks that come along with it The good, bad, and ugly of entrepreneurship Learning is a superpower You don’t value what you know because you know it Put yourself in your customer's vantage point The 90% formula
    Connect With Jeremy:
    Website
    Facebook

    • 29 min
    How to Become a HABITude Warrior

    How to Become a HABITude Warrior

    Erik Swanson is an award-winning International Keynote Speaker, 5-times #1 International Best Selling Author, & a Habits & Behavioral Coach.
    You can easily find Erik sharing stages with some of the most talented and famous speakers in the world, such as Brian Tracy, Nasa's Performance Coach Dr. Denis Waitley, from the book & movie 'The Secret,' Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield, John Assaraf, Millionaire Maker Loral Langemeier, Co-Author of 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' Sharon Lechter, Legendary Motivator Les Brown, among many others!
    Mr. Swanson has created and developed the Habitude Warrior Conference which has a 2-year waiting list and includes 33 top named speakers, all in a 'Ted Talk' style event that has quickly climbed as one of the top 10 events not to miss in the United States! Erik's motto is clear: "NDSO!" No Drama - Serve Others!
    Here's What We Cover
    NDSO-No Drama-Serve Others Three types of people in the world Don’t let people rent space in your mind Letting people get through the cracks The concept of a practicing CEO Combat leadership and how it applies to business leadership Knowing yourself in the moment is the biggest challenge for CEO’s There is too much time spent on poor leaders In the military everyone is in charge at some point of something Interview other leaders to learn leadership 2 questions to ask every leader The importance of building benches You are always training your replacement Cost of enabling poor leaders Most companies have strategies written on a wall and never visited again
    Connect With Erik
    Facebook
    Website

    • 40 min
    Create a New Habit in 21 Seconds or Less!

    Create a New Habit in 21 Seconds or Less!

    Blaine Oelkers is America’s Chief Results Officer® and a leading authority on Personal Implementation. He is an expert on creating valuable doneness. He has always loved to help people get results and knows which habits bring success and results, and how to create them instantly and stick with them for a lifetime.
    He is also a TEDx Speaker, Co-Authored 3 Books, and is a graduate of Purdue University & Stanford University’s Social Entrepreneurship Program.
    Here's What We Cover
    Enjoy the plateaus for a moment Knowing when to quit, while at the same time we need to push through difficulties In partnerships, you must decide in the beginning how things will end It’s always about your response What is a Chief Results Officer? The linking of a new habit to a habit you have already mastered Mind showers Bad habit elimination Surfing the urge Dialing down the resistance Concept of WYTABA  Win early and win often Profits are better than wages
    Connect With Blaine
    Facebook
    Website
    LinkedIn

    • 31 min
    Build the People and the Rest Will Come

    Build the People and the Rest Will Come

    Doug Wing began working at Little Giant building ladders when he was just 10 years old. Growing up with Hal as a father gave Doug a foundation of faith, persistence, service and a love of all things fast, of course. He used that foundation to help build the brand and lead the sales team at Little Giant. He has more than 40 years of experience in manufacturing, operations, sales, sales leadership, and executive management. Today, Doug carries on the legacy of Hal in his service to his church, his charity work, and in his business ventures.
    He is the author of Giant Success a book detailing how Hal Wing achieved worldwide acclaim, taking The Little Giant Ladder Company from his garage to the top of an already well-established category with his vision, innovation, commitment to quality, integrity, work ethic, and gumption.
    Here's What We Cover
    It takes a long time and a lot of effort to build a strong company Treat your people like family The challenge of finding the right people Hire by attitude and work ethic Waiting too long in letting someone go Lead with heart If it’s not a good deal for everyone at the table, it’s not a good deal People are your most important asset in any company Most companies have strategies written on a wall and never visited again You can tell customers anything you want to as long as it’s the truth If you concentrate on building the business and not the man you will not succeed, but if you concentrate on building the man, you will build both
    Connect With Doug
    Website
    Facebook
    LinkedIn

    • 44 min
    Leadership Lessons From the Military

    Leadership Lessons From the Military

    Marty Strong is a retired Navy SEAL officer and combat veteran. He is a novelist, a practicing CEO and Chief Strategy Officer, and the author of Be Nimble: How the Creative Navy SEAL Mindset Wins on the Battlefield and in Business, and a second book, Be Visionary: Strategic Leadership in the Age of Optimization, set for release in December 2022. 
    Marty's traveled to over forty countries, been shot at in a few, survived cancer twice, and experienced the loss of his oldest son. He has spent a lifetime meeting challenges head-on, succeeding in three professions, anticipating crisis, and leading through crisis and chaos. 
    Here’s What We Cover
    The concept of a practicing CEO Combat leadership and how it applies to business leadership Knowing yourself in the moment is the biggest challenge for CEO’s There is too much time spent on poor leaders In the military everyone is in charge at some point of something Interview other leaders to learn leadership 2 questions to ask every leader The importance of building benches You are always training your replacement Cost of enabling poor leaders Most companies have strategies written on a wall and never visited again
    Connect With Marty
    Website
    Facebook
    LinkedIn

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Kelly L89 ,

Game Changer

I was lead to The Success Ascent through another podcast. I started this weekend and it lit my soul on fire immediately. I have been binge listening since.

Diane Pleuss ,

Great resource for your professional backpack

If you are climbing toward success, you’ll want this podcast as your guide. Pat does a great job discussing the latest business topics with guests who can help his audience excel. I am appreciative of the opportunity to discuss franchising with Pat as an alternative career opportunity for entrepreneurs or anyone wanting to be in business for themselves, but not by themselves.

Julian Hayes II ,

Insightful and much wisdom shared

Pat’s podcast not only offers enriching advice to level up in business. But more importantly, each episode offers insights to make you a better human.

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