Terri Sjodin is not only a great author, but is scrappy. I recently interviewed her for her new book entitled “Scrappy-A Little Book About Choosing to Play Big“. I am sure that most of you know what scrappy means, but just in case: scrappy is someone who is full of fighting spirit-synonymous with having moxie, being feisty, enthusiastic. So how many of you choose to play big when is comes to trying to meet someone new you really want to meet? Someone that might make a difference if you met them both personally and professionally? Terri’s book is loaded with amazingly courageous people with great stories about how they went the extra mile to meet that someone special, or did something out of the ordinary to capture the attention of their customers or investors.
Terri has three pillars of scrappiness: 1) Attitude 2) Strategy 3) Execution. I know it sounds simple, and it really is–it just takes lots of courage to act on the things in life that can make a significant difference. What is holding you back? Fear and Uncertainty? If so I encourage you to listen to my interview with Terri Sjodin and get yourself a copy of “Scrappy” you will be glad that you did, you just might break a cycle of belief that is holding you back. If you want to learn more about Terri and the book Scrappy just click here. Thanks for listening.
Leadership, it is a hot topic these days. If you look inside businesses most organizations are looking for good leaders.
In my recent interview with author Scott Edinger we discuss his new book entitled “The Hidden Leader’. Scott has been working with leaders for years developing the best and the brightest. In his his new book we discuss the characteristics that he finds in all good leaders, and frequently these hidden leaders are overlooked by the management of the organization.
There are probably many people you can think of that are hidden leaders within your organization. Most of these hidden leaders have amazing interpersonal skills, strong values, high levels of integrity, focus on results and the customer. They have already developed the traits and characteristics of a leader, and have not officially been given the title. If you want to learn more about discovering and developing the greatness within your organization I recommend listening to my interview with Scott Edinger the author of “The Hidden Leader“.
If you would like to view Scott’s website just click here, or you can connect with him via Twitter by clicking the link. I hope you enjoy this great interview with Scott Edinger.
I recently attended a meeting of the “Disruptive Thinkers’ in San Diego. The speaker at the regular Monday evening event was an author by the name of Neil Senturia. I really did not know what to think, but I was in for a pleasant surprise. Not only was Neil entertaining, funny and witty but his message was meaningful and dead on the money!.
If you are an entrepreneur or social entrepreneur then you are going to want to listen to my interview with Neil Senturia about his book entitled ” I’m There For You, Baby-The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy”. This book is comprised of a series of rules that Neil has developed over the years, as a result of being an amazingly successful entrepreneur himself.
Let me share a couple of the rules with you to see if you agree:
Rule #1: Return every email and every phone call.”
Rule #2: Networking is a profession. Become professional at it.”
Rule #3: You must go to every meeting and every event; in particular, the ones you know for sure will be a total waste of time.”
It really doen’t matter if you agree or disagree with Neil’s rules or not, the book is a must read for anyone who runs their own business or is about to venture out into any entrepreneur activity. Please take a few minutes and listen to our interview I think you will find our dialogue inspiring and the content very useful.
To learn more about Neil Senturia and ” I’m There For You, Baby”, click here to be directed to his website.
You can also watch a few very funny and informative book trailer just click below.