In this interview, you’ll learn about how powerful reframes can help you in business, so you can focus on what truly matters. Terry Rice is an entrepreneur, staff writer for Entrepreneur magazine, and consultant. One of my favorite stories is how he explains how losing his son at a very young age influenced his decisions.
Highlights from the interview:
- Terry shares how he felt like he needed to climb the corporate ladder.
- Why he felt disconnected in his corporate roles.
- We dig into the fears of building a business.
- How do we deal with all the pressures of a business.
- Why a personal philosophy is so important to making decisions.
- Why asking yourself, “How do you want to be remembered?” can be a powerful question to help you make better decisions for your future self.
- How writing down the difficult things that you overcame in life can help you grow your career.
- The idea of frontloading our skills.
- How to focus on the little wins to help you improve your ability to get bigger wins.
- How Stoicism has influenced his life.
- Getting through the struggles and use it for growth.
- The tool of reframing difficult moments.
- Understanding other people so you don’t take rude behavior as personal attacks.
- How do deal the experience when someone wrongs you.
- Generating revenue that is aligned with the vision of your life.
- Dealing with death in his family.
- Building his confidence in his business.
- Why he doesn’t get nervous before he speaks to a group of people.
- How he is able to get over setbacks so quickly.
- Studying people’s works (writing, talks, etc.) so you get coaches at every level.
- Giving yourself the opportunity for success.
You can learn more about Terry Rice over at his website. You can also connect with him on LinkedIn and check out his articles over at Entrepreneur website where he is a staff writer. He also had a podcast called Launch Your Business.
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