Making Your Fortune with Boldness with Bernie Stoltz
On this episode, I get the pleasure of speaking with Bernie Stoltz, the CEO of Fortune Management, which is the world’s largest executive coaching organization for doctors. In his role, Bernie leads more than 120 coaches in over 60 cities throughout the United States and Canada. He’s also a speaker and an author whose newest book, The Fortune Recipe: Essential Ingredients for Creating Your Best Life, launched in February.Bernie shares how boldness has impacted his life and career, discusses the impact that his business heroes had on him, and reveals how early success left him feeling empty, not fulfilled. He also offers advice every entrepreneur needs after failure: how to use what you learned and rebound in a more intelligent way. To learn more about Bernie, check out his website.
On this episode, I’m thrilled to welcome in Sanyika “The Firestarter” Street, a men’s performance coach, speaker, and author. He is the founder and CEO of The All-In CEO, a movement to help 1 million men become better men and transform the future of their families forever by building profitable service-based businesses. A dynamic speaker with a powerful message, Sanyika was one of the first people I thought about asking to participate in my first Superbold Workshop. He had a tremendous impact on those who attended.Sanyika discusses how he’s been able to create a life that works for every aspect of his life, the difference between having a plan and having a “real” plan, our true superpower as human beings, and much more. To learn more about Sanyika’s work, check out his website.
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Chris Voss turned a career as a hostage negotiator into a phenomenal success as a business negotiation advisor. His book, Never Split the Difference, is one of the five books I recommend the most to people. It’s phenomenal and often very counterintuitive.
This month my podcast with him dives into some of the key points of the book, and how boldness is a key factor in any successful negotiation. He makes a point about how important preparation is, as well as practice, which is also one of the pillars of the PRIDE Method in my book Superbold.