Success Profiles Radio 04/27/20 show

Bill Wooditch was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is the author of "Fail More: Embrace, Learn, And Adapt To Failure As a Way To Success" and "Always Forward!: Discover The 7 Secrets To Sales Success". He became the top saleperson at a Fortune 500 company in only 2 years, then started and built a multi-million dollar company.

We discussed what separates those who are massively successful from everyone else, why we sell ourselves short, the question he asks himself when he examines his own failures, and what emotional mastery looks like for him.

In addition, we talked about the power of focus, identifying good risk versus bad risk, knowing when to hire people in a new company, building effective teams, and forgiving oneself.

Finally, we discussed focusing on activities instead of outcomes, being willing to "burn the boats", and his best example of a deal he did NOT do. We discussed so much more on the show. You can listen at https://toginet.com/shows/successprofilesradio/ or subscribe on iTunes.

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