In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk with Andy Storch—a performance coach, a sales leader, and international speaker who has worked with big companies such as Salesforce.com, Oracle, Google, Box, Toyota, Genentech, State Farm, Red Bull, Deloitte, KPMG, HP, Sony, Bechtel, Cisco.
Andy is also the host of The Andy Storch Show—a podcast where he puts entrepreneurs in the hot seat! Plus, he’s just an all around a great guy that you want to hang out with because afterward, you feel like you are smarter and better than you were before!
Today, we get into leadership qualities and the most important ingredients in that recipe.
Andy describes a good leader as one who has empathy and the ability to connect with people.
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Listen in as we expand on that and dive deep into all the attributes of a good leader.
Plus, find out:
- Andy’s three tips for good management
- Traditional education vs non-traditional
- The worst advice Andy has seen given
- Andy’s most worthwhile investment
Also, find out if Andy gets Mark to drink the Tony Robbins Kool-aid!
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: Learn more about Andy by going to his website AndyStorch.com.
Scott: Check out the app GIFABLE—a screen recording app that allows you to create gifs.
Andy: Sit down and write some very concrete smart goals for the upcoming new year. Whether you do it for the year or each quarter, sit down and write some smart goals in every area of your life.
Google, “The Wheel Of Life”—you can get it from Tony Robins and other places. Think about where you are in different areas of your life—work, relationships, spirituality, health. Figure out where are you are satisfied and where you feel like you want to make improvements, then:
- set goals around the areas you want improvement
- write down the results and the methods to reach those results
Then, find an accountability partner. Someone who can hold you accountable, that knows what you’re trying to do and can support you.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?