In this interview, you’ll learn about the importance of self-awareness and why it matters so much in business and life. Dan Zavorotny is a co-founder of NutriSense, a company that helps people understand how your body works well. One of my favorite parts of this interview is how Dan uses mentors to help him learn something new.
Highlights from the interview:
- How Dan immigrated from Ukraine and help co-found a business.
- Taking on opportunities that push him outside his comfort zone.
- Taking a moment to release stress before making a decision.
- Building a business without a marketing budget.
- Building a company into a 30 million a year in revenue.
- The importance of having a growth mindset.
- The framework he uses to learn something new.
- Why we should not focus on being an expert.
- Finding someone that is a year ahead of you to learn from.
- Why we need stressful events in our lives.
- He took a job in France without knowing the language.
- How expecting stress from a situation will help reduce your stress levels.
- How to remove your “negative objection voice” from your inner dialogue.
- Growing your self-awareness.
- How to reframe the “no’s” so you can grow from these rejections.
- Turning a “no” into an opportunity.
- Finding new connections from people that aren’t ready to work with you.
- Your mentors are critical to your success.
- Being self-aware enough to ask for help.
- Reaching out to people who are one level above you to learn from them.
- The formula to reach your goals.
- Putting an end date on your hypothesis.
- Using an artificial constraint to get more things done.
- The importance of having a positive impact in the world.]
- Finding multiple ways to win.
You can learn more about Dan Zavortotny over at the NutriSense website. You can connect with Dan over at his LinkedIn page.
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