Episode 13: Optimizing Relationships, Life and Business Through Strategic Coaching with Dan Sullivan
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Dan Sullivan has a knack for distilling large amounts of information into bite-sized nuggets of wisdom. He knows how to maximize systems in his life and business so that he can enjoy the lifestyle he enjoys. He's here today to tell us how we can all optimize our relationships, business, and life!
Our guest: Dan Sullivan
Dan Sullivan is the founder and president of The Strategic Coach Inc., a highly successful organization founded in 1988 and has offices in Toronto, Chicago, Illinois, London, the United Kingdom. The company provides practical thinking tools and support structures to help individuals become successful entrepreneurs. The program is a series of quarterly workshops for individuals to make quantum leaps in their productivity and business results. The company also provides programs for teams, spouses, and young adults, and offers practical books, audios, and software for the general public. It serves financial services, real estate, and healthcare services industries in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong, as well as North America and the United Kingdom.
Dan has over 40 years’ experience as a coach, speaker, consultant, and strategic planner. He has authored over 30 publications, including The Great Crossover, The 21st Century Agent, Creative Destruction, and How The Best Get Better®. He is the co-author of The Laws of Lifetime Growth and The Advisor Century.
What you'll learn:
- Three things necessary to live longer
- Create space in your life for people
- Aging and counteracting muscle loss, adding muscle mass
- Nutrition for the elderly
- Good sleep for the elderly
- Keeping your mind sharp
- Yoga for the elderly
Quote of the Cast:
Systematically get rid of all the relationships that you don’t like dealing with. When you do that, you will no longer be doing what you don’t like doing.
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Charlie believes the cornerstone of creating success with your finances and your life, is to act like an entrepreneur! Eliminating an "entitlement mentality" and taking control of your life's choices and personal finances are the first steps to igniting and aligning your passions with your finances.