Today’s guest is an executive advisor, business coach and motivational speaker who has been called the “business whisperer” for his skilled and compassionate insights into what can keep a corporate culture from thriving. At age 23, he created one of the first internet marketing companies in America, then went on to great success at several national real estate firms. He has built, trained, expanded and restructured both sales teams and corporate structures, but after 20 years in a C-Suite, he knew it was time to make a business out of being himself. Now he teaches the secrets, hard work and discipline required to Think Big. Very Big! A prolific business blogger, he is the author of The Think Big Movement, a fable about getting unstuck and transforming a business.

Please join me in welcoming Jon Dwoskin.

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In this episode we explore:

  • how he defines leadership: “Being a positive influence in other people’s lives.”
  • what do you want to be known for? Are you doing something today to meet that vision? “Small things everyday that compound over time into something big.”
  • the influence of being surrounded by a family of entrepreneurs and how his father gave him Brian Tracy’s “The Psychology of Success” tapes and told him
  • his early career pursuits and how they led him to take the leap into being his own boss.

What were the key takeaways you plan to put into practice this week and benefit from for years to come? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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