In this interview, you’ll learn how to let out your emotional disturbances to move forward in your business. Steven Gaffney is a communication expert, speaker, and author that loves sharing his struggles so people can grow from them. I enjoyed the story about how he designed his future to grow his career and business.
Highlights from the interview:
- Steven shares why he started his business.
- Why he doesn’t subscribe to “feel the fear and do it anyway” methodology.
- Being better after taking failure head on.
- How Bill Clinton recovered from a terrible speech four years before he become president.
- How to “Let It Out” so we can move forward.
- Dealing with our ego, so we build a better relationship with ourselves.
- What happened when he delivered a terrible workshop and how he grew from this rough experience.
- Focusing on the present to improve our future.
- Designing your future.
- Seeing what you want in 3D instead of just 2D so it’s more likely to happen.
- We are the product of the five people we surround ourselves with.
- Learning how to believe in yourself.
- Changing your inputs to get better output.
- Embracing concepts that can help teach you to grow.
- Why the blame game is a waste of time.
- Turning yourself into a magnet to attract the right people to you.
- Discovering what you love to do.
- Asking yourself questions so you continue to focus on what you love to do.
- How are you with criticism?
- Making corrections requires having people that will tell us the truth.
- What he did when he messed up an MSNBC interview.
- Finding the right method that works for you.
- You don’t want to put someone in a role just because they are good at it.
- Resources you can use to help you grow your business.
And as always, if you have any questions or want to submit a guest for the podcast that you think would be amazing, just reach out to me on the Dig to Fly website, and I’ll do my best to get them on. If you enjoy the interview, please take 30 seconds to rate the Dig to Fly podcast on your favorite platform. Thanks!
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