Why You Should Do The Crazy Thing
Why You Should Do the Crazy Thing – With Will Pemble
In this episode, Will shared his experience and how the far-reaching consequences of trivial acts, and self-awareness have shaped his goals and mindset. and the positive effects of not being afraid to do the crazy thing.
Will is an avid learner and has earned certifications as a Stockbroker, Flight Instructor, Certified Product Manager, Technical Trainer, Commercial Pilot, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Cisco Certified Network Associate, and Certified Professional Behavioural Analyst, I’ve invited Will here today to learn more about the methods and tools he’s developed to achieve success and the techniques he continues to use to expand his life are all described, taught, and delivered in the many businesses, leadership, and peak performance workshops, seminars, and events Will delivers.
Tune in to get important insights on self-improvement!
WHAT WE DISCUSS:
- [01:41] – Love of learning.
- [03:30] – The power of reaching consequences of the trivial act.
- [04:11] – The seriousness of unforgiving neglect.
- [05:27] – How to focus on those little things in the right way.
- [05:45] – The story of Hudson Sully.
- [10:11] – The importance of a checklist.
- [18:11] – Doing something a little bit crazy.
- [23:17] – Knowledge learned from Peter Drucker.
- [24:34] – How to set goals and hold people accountable. And how to communicate effectively with teams of people.
- [28:20] – The goal or intention of the meeting.
- [29:35] – What are the Ground rules.
- [38:01] – The seriousness of time management.
- [38:35] – Billy and Will talk about the impact they have on themselves and how they value time.
- [43: 13] – Billy and Will talk about the key metrics, goals, and problem-solving.
- [43: 13] – What is the eulogy goal.
- [55:32] – Closing
VALUABLE INSIGHTS AND KEY TOPICS:
- If something goes wrong, You always need a plan for what you’re going to do.
- 1% off to a pilot is the difference between landing and crashing.
- Helping other business owners do what they need to do, to realize their vision and what they want to accomplish.
- As business people, don’t study emergencies. don’t study failures but they should!
- The importance of having somebody that you can talk to and how it helped you in business.
- You could have zero consequence for not saying yes to any request.
- All human brains are just like problem-solving machines.
- A lot of times your brain doesn’t need you to solve problems, And if you can figure out a way to sort of separate you from your brain, your brain is one of the tools.
- [09:27] -‘’ If you game out possible failures, if you could think about what could go wrong and what is the gump’s check that you need to do in your business”
- [18:39] -“ You regret the things you didn’t do.”
- [18:56] -“ Bad decisions. Make good stories.”
- [22:31] -“Life is in the base jumping. It’s not organizing nonsense on your desk.”
- [24:26] -‘’ Coaching is simple. It’s just getting your players to play better than they think they can.’’
- [26:50] -‘’ You have to move a ton of dirt to get one carat of diamond.’’
- [32:17] -“ Business problems are like quicksand. The more you struggle, the faster you sink”
- [38:21] -“ The best chance you have of writing a book that’s going to sell well is to sell a time management book.”
- [40:37] – ‘’ Everybody around you is going to die someday and you’re going to lose people along the way. So never, ever waste another single second, doing anything that wasn’t the absolute best thing you could be doing.”
Will’s Website: http://goalboss.com/
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