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Do any of these things sound familiar?

These are our default settings.

These are the settings that protect our psyche and ego.

Coincidentally, these are also the settings and behaviors that stop us from achieving what we actually desire.

All of…

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Sharran is a serial entrepreneur, sought after keynote speaker, and a respected thought-leadership resource for publications such as the Wall Street Journal, SUCCESS magazine, Huffington Post and Forbes.

While Sharran has had 5 exits in the last 19 years, and also a several humbling failed investments and business initiatives. He talks all about them on his top-rated Spotify podcast, Business School.

Most recently, Sharran led Teles Properties’ unprecedented 10x growth over 5 years and a 4-year consecutive streak on the Inc. 500 fastest growing companies list resulting in its acquisition by national real estate powerhouse Douglas Elliman.

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When we think about sales, we generally don’t think of Michael Bloomberg. And when we think of Michael Bloomberg (MB), we may think of money, we may think of him being the ex-mayor of New York, a democratic candidate in the 2020 election or a billionaire with a net worth of roughly $69 billion, but we don’t all think of how he got there.

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Michael is an entrepreneur, speaker, lawyer and founder/author of The Lonely Entrepreneur. Michael is considered the founder of not only a company, but an industry — rewarding individuals for healthy behavior. Michael left a promising law career to start IncentOne, the first company to provide rewards for healthy behavior. At the time, rewards in healthcare were not only non-existent — they were offensive. He was told over and over “we will never reward people for things they should be doing to be healthy.”

After bootstrapping for a decade, his company received a large private…

Morning brew is one of the fastest growing business newsletters started by co-founders Alex Lieberman and Austin Rief, from a dorm room at the University of Michigan in 2015 as a hobby — first as a means of engaging other students, then locals, and then a few years later around 2.5 million modern business leaders (MBL), eventually being purchased by Business Insider for $75m.

However before they could sell, before they built their business, they had to learn how to sell.

Neither of the founders had any experience in sales, ad sales, marketing or really any other kinds of commercial…

Working smart on the right thing will always win over working hard on the wrong thing.

Beware the shiny object.

Beware the call of the opportunity Siren.

The constant pivots and ever alternating focus s the entrepreneurial rendition of “death by a thousand cuts”.

Some say that “hard work pays off.”

But this only makes sense if you are sure of what you want.

If you don’t know the answer, hard work will never yield results.

But if you know what you want, but you just don’t know how to go about achieving it, then stop chasing new shiny things…

The leaders of tomorrow are not necessarily going to be the ones with the most impressive technical knowledge or skills, but rather the ones that can innovate, predict, and adapt fast in a rapidly changing world.

In essence, the future of leadership is three-fold.

A growth mindset.

Investment in their development and growth. A focus on goal setting, cultivating, and optimizing employee performance.

An emphasis on vision and focus.

They’ll be able to influence and connect at all levels of a company. …

Take the first step in faith, you don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first steps. — Martin Luther King Jr.

Although our own personal goals may seem small in comparison to Dr. King’s, there’s meaning we should derive from the quote and apply to our own personal lives.

Too many of us are perfectionists.

Too many of us (myself included) need everything to be “perfect” before we ship.

Before we show our work to the world.

We’re so self conscious of how the world will perceive our hard work that we consistently succumb to perfection paralysis.

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Bob Raleigh is the founder and managing partner of PathSight Predictive Science. Previously, he was CEO of Rockefeller Consulting and a longtime television executive at Carsey-Werner. He holds a PhD in psychology from Syracuse University.

In this podcast, we dive into his book, ‘The Search For Why’. In The Search for Why, Bob Raleigh provides a new model for how to understand human behavior, the fundamentals of why we do what we do. …

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