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Dec 28, 2020

What a year! You laughed, you probably cried, and most importantly—you never gave up. You kept growing and pushing through, even on the hard days. How do we know? Because this year you guys downloaded over 12 million episodes of The EntreLeadership Podcast, learning from leadership experts like Seth Godin, Patrick Lencioni and more. So, here’s to you! Thank you for listening and for never giving up.

Let’s gear up for what’s ahead with highlights from this year’s top 12 episodes.


1:51 James Clear—How to Build Great Habits

The Rundown: Have some big goals you want to reach? James Clear, New York Times bestselling author, says your identity plays a major part in whether or not you’ll reach them. He says how you view yourself largely influences your habits, which are really the building blocks for achieving your goals. Listen and learn how to align your habits with your beliefs, supercharge productivity, and make time your ally so you can achieve more.

7:28 Michael Hyatt—5 Steps to No Fail Meetings

The Rundown: No. More. Pointless. Meetings. Can we get an amen? Michael Hyatt, entrepreneur and leadership coaching expert, explains five ways to make the most of every meeting so you can save precious hours, improve your company culture, and increase your team’s productivity and performance.

15:47 Patrick Lencioni—Why Are You a Leader?

The Rundown: Why do you really want to be a leader? In this episode, leadership expert Patrick Lencioni explains how your response to five common leadership responsibilities can reveal whether you’re in it for the right reasons (or not!)—and what to do about it.

20:54 Jeni Britton Bauer—Leading Through Ambiguity

The Rundown: If the COVID-19 global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that navigating unknowns can be extremely challenging. And for some leaders like Jeni Britton Bauer, founder of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, it’s not the first time they’ve had to do it. Tune in as Jeni talks about how to find your way forward in a crisis and why that starts and ends with rock-solid communication.

32:53 Sam Walker—The Key to Lasting Success

The Rundown: In his decade-long study of the best sports teams in the world, author Sam Walker has identified the one common factor that led to their sustained success—an extraordinary captain. Listen as he shares what sets the best captains apart and how you can become the kind of leader that leads your team to success that lasts.

43:59 Dave Ramsey—Debt Is Never the Answer

The Rundown: Forced to file bankruptcy in his twenties, Dave Ramsey started over from scratch and has since built a multimillion-dollar business the only way he knows how: at the speed of cash. Tune in to hear Dave explain why debt is never the answer, no matter how tempting an opportunity may be.

59:25 Jocko Willink—The Toxicity of Ego

The Rundown: When your ego is in charge, you are not. Tune in as retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink explains why letting your ego drive your decision-making is dangerous and how some simple strategies can help you keep it in check.

1:07:31 Dan Heath—The Importance of Looking Upstream

The Rundown: Tune in as Dan explains why adopting an upstream mindset—aka focusing on preventing problems instead of reacting to them over and over again—is crucial to moving your business forward and uniting your team.

1:21:01 Dr. John Delony—How to Deal With Anxiety

The Rundown: If you’ve ever felt anxious, that’s okay. It just means you’re human. Dr. John Delony, mental health expert and Ramsey Personality, breaks down what anxiety really is, what it’s trying to tell us, and why we need to pay attention to it. In this episode, Dr. Delony gives leaders practical tips for taking care of their mental health so they can show up and lead people well—even in the midst of stress and uncertainty. 

1:30:15 Seth Godin—The Practice of Shipping Creative Work

The Rundown: Seth Godin, bestselling author of leadership staples like Linchpin and Tribes, talks about the essential practice of shipping creative work and inventing the future—even if you aren’t conventionally creative and there are no guarantees the idea will work.

1:37:35 Casey Graham—Stories That Scale

The Rundown: Customer service professional and co-founder of Gravy, Casey Graham, gives us the inside scoop on what really makes customers stick around: doing unscalable things. No, seriously. He deep dives into how getting personal (and going above and beyond) for just one paying customer can help you reach—and keep—thousands more.
 

1:49:17 David Salyers—Chick-fil-A’s Competitive Advantage

The Rundown: Chick-fil-A’s success isn’t just a result of their delicious food. David Salyers, creator of Spark and a former vice president of marketing at Chick-fil-A, reveals the company’s competitive advantage: their culture. From hiring to team building to finding a mentor, David Salyers gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the leadership principles that guide Chick-fil-A and made it a multibillion-dollar company that truly puts people first.

 

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Listen to the full episodes:

#356: How to Build Great Habits with James Clear

#358: 5 Steps for No Fail Meetings with Michael Hyatt

#363: Why Are You a Leader? with Patrick Lencioni

#377: Leading Through Ambiguity with Jeni Britton Bauer

#379: The Key to Lasting Success with Sam Walker

#381: Debt Is Never the Answer with Dave Ramsey

#384: The Toxicity of Ego with Jocko Willink

#386: The Importance of Looking Upstream with Dan Heath

#399: The Practice of Shipping Creative Work with Seth Godin

#400: How to Deal With Anxiety with Dr. John Delony

#403: Stories That Scale with Casey Graham

#405: Chick-fil-A’s Competitive Advantage with David Salyers

 

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Dec 21, 2020

Everyone’s entrepreneurial journey is different, but super successful people tend to have had one thing in common: They had a mentor. Kevin Harrington, entrepreneur and one of the original sharks from Shark Tank, and Mark Timm, serial entrepreneur, share stories from their own mentorship journey—and explain why everyone needs a mentor to achieve wild success, not only in business but in every area of life.

 

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Kevin Harrington's website

Mark Timm's website

Mentor to Millions by Kevin Harrington and Mark Timm

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Dec 14, 2020

Who would’ve thought a little fast-food restaurant serving chicken sandwiches would become a global, industry-leading powerhouse known for its customer service? That’s right, Chick-fil-A’s success isn’t just a result of their delicious food. David Salyers, creator of Spark and former vice president of marketing, growth and hospitality at Chick-fil-A, reveals the company’s competitive advantage: their culture. From hiring to team building to finding a mentor, David gives us a behind-the-scenes look—based on his 37 years of service—at the leadership principles that guide Chick-fil-A and made it a multibillion-dollar company that truly puts people first.

 

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David Salyers' website

Roam's website

Spark course from David Salyers

Intentional Interview Checklist

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Dec 7, 2020

Have you ever noticed there are some things that just drain all of your energy and others that supercharge you? Speaking at an event may fire you up, while bringing together the details of a large project feels like death by a thousand cuts. What’s that about? Organizational health expert and author Patrick Lencioni says the difference between work that’s draining and work that’s energizing comes down to your areas of working genius. These are the work skills you’re naturally gifted at. He breaks down how to determine the kind of work that aligns with who you are—and how this knowledge can help you build an energized, high-performing team.

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The Trouble with Humility by Patrick Lencioni

The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni

Good to Great by Jim Collins

Working Genius' website

Learn more about Summit 2021

The EntreLeader's Guide to Hiring

25 Things You Can Delegate to a Virtual Assistant from BELAY

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Nov 30, 2020

Businesses put a lot of energy into the chase—you know, wooing and winning over potential customers with emails, paid ads and fancy landing pages. They work hard toward that sweet moment of victory when their customers finally decide to purchase. But then what? That’s where a lot of businesses fall short. They’re really good at acquiring customers, but not so good at keeping them and making them come back for more. Sound like you? You’re in luck. Customer service pro and co-founder of Gravy, Casey Graham, gives us the inside scoop on what really makes customers stick around: doing unscalable things. No, seriously. He deep dives into how getting personal (and going above and beyond) for just one paying customer can help you reach, and keep, thousands more.

 

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Gravy's website

UserTesting’s website

FullStory's website

EveryDollar budgeting app

Gravy Core Values - Does & Doesn't Mean PDF

How to Create Core Values

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Nov 23, 2020

The decisions you make determine the direction and quality of your business. But being the one calling the shots isn’t always easy. It can actually feel really scary—after all, you’re the one who has to live with the choices you make. But decision-making doesn’t have to stop you in your tracks. In this episode, communicator, author and pastor Andy Stanley offers five critical questions that will help you make better decisions and figure out the best move to make—even when the stakes are high and the pressure is on.

 

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Andy Stanley's website

Better Decisions, Fewer Regrets by Andy Stanley

Ask It by Andy Stanley

When Work and Family Collide by Andy Stanley

Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast

Decision Making Checklist

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Nov 16, 2020

If your marketing strategy is all about showing off the features of your product or service, you might want to rethink it! Online marketing expert Amy Porterfield unpacks what makes businesses succeed at marketing—good storytelling. From posting on social media to starting an email list to building a lead magnet, Amy will show you how to nurture your customers over the invisible bridge. These tips will make your customers excited to pull out their wallets and buy your product or service—no matter what business you’re in.

 

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Amy Porterfield's website

StoryBrand's website

They Ask You Answer by Marcus Sheridan

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield podcast

The EntreLeader's Guide to Delegation

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Nov 9, 2020

It’s been an unimaginable year: a pandemic, hurricanes, tornadoes, economic implosion, deaths, loss and lots of “new normals” to navigate. Especially for business owners. If you’ve felt anxious—or feel anxious just reading about the chaos—it just means you’re normal. Yep, you read that right. Dr. John Delony, mental health expert and Ramsey Personality, breaks down what anxiety really is, what it’s trying to tell us, and why we need to pay attention to it. In this episode, Dr. Delony gives leaders practical tips for taking care of their mental health so they can show up and lead people well—even in the midst of stress and uncertainty.

 

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Dr. John Delony's website

The Dr. John Delony Show podcast

The Dr. John Delony Show on YouTube

Fear Gone Wild by Kayla Stoecklein

Redefining Anxiety by Dr. John Delony

Communication Field Guide

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Nov 2, 2020

Most people wouldn’t consider HVAC companies, occupational therapists or construction contractors to be creatives. Seth Godin, bestselling author of leadership staples like Linchpin and Tribes, disagrees. He joins EntreLeadership to talk about the essential practice of shipping creative work and inventing the future—even if you aren’t conventionally “creative” and there are no guarantees the idea will work.

 

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Seth Godin's website

The Practice: Shipping Creative Work by Seth Godin

The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber

Good to Great by Jim Collins

Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin

Seth's Blog on The Practice

Seth Godin's altMBA

Seth Godin's blog The New York Times Bestseller List

Seth Godin's Akimbo episode The New York Times Bestseller List

EntreLeadership Reading Guide

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Oct 26, 2020

How do you create a brand people rave about? Turns out, there’s more to it than just fancy fonts and packaging. Tim Newton, senior creative officer at Ramsey Solutions, argues that truly amazing brands dig deeper. They use what they value to influence every touchpoint they have with customers. Does it really make a difference? Yes. Because over 53% of people say they connect emotionally to a brand because of shared values and beliefs.1 So, in this episode, Tim will teach you how to build a brand that creates lasting connections with your customers and sets your business apart.

 

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The Physics of Brand by Aaron Keller, Renee Marino and Dan Wallace

#395: Pitfalls to Avoid in Your Leadership with Dr. Chip Dodd

StoryBrand website

#335: Why Self-Knowledge Matters with Ian Morgan Cron

Branding Guide from Tim Newton

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Oct 19, 2020

Time is a limited resource. And somehow it seems to be extra precious to come by when you’re running a business. It’s actually one of your most valuable assets as a leader and should be protected. But how? Tricia Sciortino, CEO of Belay, shows us how finding a passionate, high-performing assistant (who thinks like a leader) can help business owners take back their time and focus on the bigger picture—aka, growing and scaling their businesses.

 

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BELAY's website

The EntreLeader's Guide to Delegation

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Oct 12, 2020

Once a successful attorney, Shawn Askinosie had it all—security, a winning track record, and good money. So why did he find himself struck by a panic attack as he left the courtroom one day? Shawn took a hard look in the mirror and discovered he was completely unfulfilled by his job and his life. And so, his search for meaningful work began, leading him from the courtroom to cocoa beans, and eventually, to Askinosie Chocolate. The community-changing chocolatier joins the EntreLeadership team to share his incredible story of self-discovery and how small businesses have the opportunity to create meaningful work and make a real difference in the world, one person at a time.

 

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Askinosie Chocolate website

Meaningful Work by Shawn Askinosie and Lawren Askinosie

Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

How to Create Core Values

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Oct 5, 2020

Fear, anger and shame are generally NOT the emotions we get excited about using in our leadership toolkits (or in life). In fact, leaders are trained to leave emotions at the door or to believe that emotions are a sign of weakness. But Dr. Chip Dodd, author of The Voice of the Heart, says these “weaknesses” are actually tools for strength in business and in life. Tune in as he shares the true value of human emotions, the pitfalls of leadership, and why he’ll never get on an airplane with a fearless pilot.

 

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Dr. Chip Dodd's website

The Voice of the Heart by Dr. Chip Dodd

Learn more about EntreLeadership Advisory Groups

How to Live podcast from Dr. Chip Dodd

Leadership Growth Assessment

EntreLeadership Toolkit

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Sep 28, 2020

Have you ever been confused by the difference between purpose, vision and mission? A lot of business owners use these words interchangeably. But while they’re highly interconnected, they’re actually not the same. Ramsey Personality Ken Coleman clarifies the purpose of these three important concepts and how they work together to keep you and your company charging ahead, even in times of crisis. Plus, Ken breaks down three key components to help you discover your leadership sweet spot.

 

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Ken Coleman’s website

The Ken Coleman Show

Documentary about climbing Mt. Everest on Amazon

Join us for EntreLeadership Master Series Livestream

Ken Coleman's Clarity Guide

Mission Statement Mapper

EntreLeadership Toolkit

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“If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, here lived a great street sweeper who did his job well.”

- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

 

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Sep 21, 2020

Between coming up with your initial business concept and building your company into what it is today, you probably had to wade through a good bit of learning how not to do a few (or 100) things. That’s certainly what happened for former Special Forces Sergeant Jason McCarthy on his journey of starting the GORUCK brand a decade ago. What started as an idea to create and sell no-frills, tough-as-nails backpacks became something much bigger. Tune in to hear how Jason’s early adventures in business helped him find deeper meaning for his company.

 

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GORUCK website

#339: How to Serve Something Greater Than Yourself with Jason McCarthy

GR1 rucksack

How Not To Start A Backpack Company by Jason McCarthy

10 Days of Intentionality

Things to Delegate to Save 15 Hours This Week from BELAY

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Sep 14, 2020

Author and podcast host Guy Raz has interviewed thousands of leaders. Between working on his new book, How I Built This, and his day-to-day role hosting the popular NPR podcast of the same name, he’s heard the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to how some of the top names in business say they’ve gotten it right (or really wrong) in their leadership journey. Over time, Guy has found similar threads winding through their various paths to success. Join us to hear some of his key takeaways to building a successful business.

 

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How I Built This by Guy Raz

How I Built This with Guy Raz episodes referenced:

Tate's Bake Shop: Kathleen King

Slack & Flickr: Stewart Butterfield

Kate Spade: Kate & Andy Spade

Starbucks: Howard Schultz

Briogeo: Nancy Twine

EntreLeadership's Business Health Assessment

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Aug 31, 2020

Some days it's not easy to connect the dots between your day-to-day and what drove you to start your business in the first place. But a strong sense of purpose is the very thing that will get you and your team through whatever life throws at you. Jimmy Mellado, President and CEO of Compassion International, draws from his experience leading all sizes and types of organizations to share how a deep connection to purpose is jet fuel for your business.

 

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Compassion International website

Start with Why by Simon Sinek

Good to Great by Jim Collins

Good to Great and the Social Sectors by Jim Collins

The Corporate Athlete by Jack Groppel

Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Mission Statement Mapper

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Aug 24, 2020

If you started a business, odds are you know how to drive home a sale. But you can’t be the only one on the phones and running the business forever—it’s just not sustainable. If you want to take your business to that next level of performance, you need salespeople to think and act like you do—to leave the cave, kill something, and drag it home! Jeb Blount, sales and leadership thought leader, draws on his years in sales consulting to show you just how to coach your sales team to serve and win the hearts of customers time after time.

 

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Jeb Blount's website

Sales Gravy website

#381: Debt Is Never the Answer with Dave Ramsey

Sales EQ by Jeb Blount

Learn more about EntreLeadership Coaching

The EntreLeader's Guide to Delegation

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Aug 17, 2020

The average day of most entrepreneurs can feel like an endless to-do list—you know, the kind filled with a constant storm of emails, texts and meetings that never ever slow down. On top of that, you still have an entire team to lead, a business to scale, and a life to live. Something’s got to give, right? Turns out, it’s a whole lot of somethings. Gary Keller, cofounder of Keller Williams International and a bestselling author, says the secret to managing it all starts with focusing on one singular thing in your business. Tune in as Gary explains why that is such a game changer and why you’re able to achieve so much more when you do less.

 

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Keller Williams website

The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan

Think Like A CEO with Gary Keller & Jay Papasan

The Millionaire Real Estate Investor by Gary Keller, Dave Jenks, and Jay Papasan

EntreLeadership's Business Health Assessment

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Aug 10, 2020

It can feel like you got dumped when a team member leaves. But the reality is, healthy things grow, and growing things change—including your business and your team! Whether someone needs to move on, or you need to move them out, your staff will change over time. So you need a game plan. Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan, Vice President and Senior Vice President of EntreLeadership, talk through common scenarios business owners face regarding turnover and what you can do to transition team members with dignity, respect and consistency.  

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EntreLeadership by Dave Ramsey

Communication Field Guide

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Aug 3, 2020

If your average day at work is consumed with putting out fires and dealing with one emergency after the other, you’re on a very slippery slope. It’s a place New York Times bestselling author Dan Heath likes to call “downstream,” and before you know it, he warns, you’ll be stuck there. Tune in as Dan explains why adopting an upstream mindset—i.e., focusing on preventing problems rather than reacting to them over and over again—is crucial to moving your business forward and uniting your team.

 

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Upstream by Dan Heath

Scarcity by Eldar Shafir and Sendhil Mullainathan

#342: 5 Buckets of Leadership You're Responsible For with Dr. Henry Cloud

Switch by Chip Heath and Dan Heath

#380: Engaging With the Marketplace with Chris Ruder

25 Things You Can Delegate To A Social Media Strategist from BELAY

Critical Thinking Cheatsheet

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Jul 27, 2020

Here’s a shocking statistic for you: The average person spends 90,000 hours of their lifetime at work.1 Even more surprising? Only 13% of people report being emotionally invested in their work,2 and if you ask former Twitter vice president Bruce Daisley, we can (and must) do better than that. Join us as the bestselling author shares his findings on what drives happiness at work and why it affects everything from our productivity and collaboration to our bottom line.

 

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Bruce Daisley's website

Eat Sleep Work Repeat by Bruce Daisley

#375: Operating with Mission Focus with Evan Hafer

The ONE Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan

10 Days of Intentionality

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Jul 20, 2020

If your idea of leadership is being the top dog, barking orders, micromanaging your team, and putting yourself first, retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink says you’ve got a big problem on your hands—your ego. And the irony is, when your ego is in charge, you are not at all. Tune in as Jocko explains why letting your ego drive your decision-making is so dangerous and shares simple strategies to keep it in check.

 

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Jocko Willink's website

Leadership Strategy and Tactics by Jocko Willink

Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink

The Dichotomy of Leadership by Jocko Willink

Leadership Growth Assessment

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Jul 13, 2020

You’ve probably heard the alarming statistic that roughly 50% (yes, half!) of all small businesses fail within the first five years.1 Kind of takes the wind right out of your entrepreneurial sails, no? Well, we’ve got some very good news: It doesn’t have to be that way. After working with hundreds of business owners over the past 15 years, EntreLeadership has discovered that if business owners focus on six key areas, their chances of success skyrocket. Tune in as Ramsey Solutions’ own Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan break down the six areas to concentrate on—and why each one is so important. Get ready to take some major notes.

 

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Jul 6, 2020

The legendary Zig Ziglar once said, “If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.” It’s a strategy that bestselling author Michael Hyatt would describe as operating without a vision—and one that’s not going to end well if your goal is to scale your business. Tune in to hear Michael explain why establishing a vision for the future of your company not only communicates where you’re going as an organization but also builds focus and engagement on your team. And guess what? Those are the things that will take you wherever you want to go.

 

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