In the spirit of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we asked Strategic Coach clients to share their secrets to success. The fourth in the series is written by Gary Klaben, President of Coyle Financial Counsel, Inc. in Glenview, Illinois. Gary also coaches workshops for Strategic Coach in Chicago.
In the spirit of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we invited Strategic Coach clients to share their secrets to success. The second in the series is written by Adrienne Duffy, founder of Big Futures Inc., which serves clients across North America, and one of our long-time coaches of The Strategic Coach Program. Adrienne is the author of a recently published book called Soul Sense.
In the spirit of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we invited Strategic Coach clients to share their secrets to success. The first in the series is written by Stefan Wissenbach, Founder and Chief Engagement Officer of Engagement Multiplier, based in London and Chicago.
There’s no point in being an entrepreneur and doing it half-heartedly. If you don’t go at it full-bore, you get caught between two worlds with none of the advantages of either. In order to be successful, you need to shift your thinking and behaviors about who you are and what your intended future will look like.
I was in born in the United States, and I think that the American experiment is one of the most extraordinary things that’s happened in human history.
Do you keep doing the same old thing over and over, hoping this time it’ll turn out differently? There’s a quote for that! It’s been quoted many times — and has been attributed to both the prolific Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin, among others: “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.”