Stephen Woessner

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Episode 4: Never Give Up — Even in the Face of Adversity, with Stephen Woessner

Stephen Woessner is the Founder and CEO of Predictive ROI and the host of the Onward Nation podcast, a top-rated podcast for learning how business owners think, act, and achieve success. Onward Nation is listened to in more than 120 countries around the world. He is the author of three bestselling books including the Amazon #1 Bestseller Profitable Podcasting. He is also a speaker, trainer, and his digital marketing insights have been featured in SUCCESS, Entrepreneur, The Washington Post, Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and other media.

 

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How starting each day off right can make all the difference in the world, whether it is meditation, exercise, eating right — whatever it is — so long as it puts your mind in the right frame to get moving and being productive
  • Lessons and stories of an immigrant who started each day with the right mindset and never gave up in the face of all life’s challenges
  • How a person graduating at the bottom of his high school class can turn himself around in a matter of years and become truly successful in his own right by keeping that same mentality of “never give up”
  • The importance of building a business designed to be scalable by using systems to propel the business forward
  • How to build a team of competent people so that the business is not dependent solely on the owner or CEO, but can be smoothly run without the owner micromanaging everything
  • How to make a flexible remote work situation truly work among colleagues by combining a few important factors, like communicating on a regular basis, staying focused, and hiring the best people for the positions
  • How to create a mutually beneficial company culture where employees are valued and grow with the intended benefit for tenure or retaining employees long-term with the business
  • The importance of using your time wisely: when on vacation, you commit to it, and when you are working, you commit to it, and the time in between using time wisely or strategically to make better decisions and be productive
  • How to learn from life experiences and other companies’ success and use that knowledge to your advantage to better your own performance and realize your own success
  • Learning lessons from sports and how great business decisions are made to improve a team’s performance and — as a trickle-down effect — improve the economy of the city — how to use certain situations and capitalize on it

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