Success Profiles Radio 06/22/15 show

Richard Tyler was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is the author of the bestselling book "Jolt" which talks about disrupting the way we do business and becoming extraordinary in everything we do. He combines his background in music, theatre, and business to create change and excellence in organizations large and small throughout the world.

We discussed how small things make a big difference in our performance, the importance of self-reflection, and how the "comfort zone" is a myth and actually doesn't exist.

In addition, we discussed the relationship between thinking, action, and outcomes and how that impacts our ability to create extraordinary results. We also talked about daring to begin even if we don't feel ready, as well as how a 1% difference makes a huge difference in anything over time.

Finally, we discussed the power of feedback in terms of discovering other people's "Moments Of Brilliance". You can download and subscribe to Success Profles Radio for free anytime. You can also hear any episode of he show at www.successprofilesradio.com

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