Are you just quitting or growing?

Are you just quitting or growing?

  1. I am beginning to question how beneficial setting goals so really is.
  2. How can children in poverty start a business?
  3. Could there be an opportunity servicing coffee machines?
  4. I need a raise but the non-profit I work for is facing budget cuts.
  5. How can a guy sculpt and paint full time and be able to quit his job working at a wastewater plant?
  6. Should I volunteer to work for nothing to get in the door or would that appear needy?



“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”  Henry David Thoreau

Mentioned in Podcast   The Dream Manager: Achieve Results Beyond Your Dreams by Helping Your Employees Fulfill Theirs  By Matthew Kelly

Raising Creative and Entrepreneurial Kids   – for all potential 48 Days Seminar coordinators

Resources – use 48Days as the code to get $5.00 off your purchase of Dan’s favorite razor   – Dan’s 5-step process for dealing with change  – If you’re just getting started on the 48 Days process

Coaching with Excellence – February 4-5th, 2016

The Ultimate Advantage Cruise – February 2017

48 Days Coaching Mastery Program – for those wanting to build a high level business in coaching


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  • Dan,

    This podcast really struck a chord with me. I just read “The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women” which is a book, despite its title, I think men and women alike would enjoy as it deals with a little thing called the Impostor Syndrome. I won’t give you a full synopsis as I know your psychological background probably covered this arena, but a common thread was women, people, sometimes feel they’re not worthy and their whole life any success they’ve had was “I just got lucky”.

    And I can’t say if I read this somewhere in the book or I just came to this conclusion on my own, but I thought to myself: “Well, that can’t be me, then. I have failed at and quit too many things to say none of it was my fault.” Which was kind of a breakthrough. Because that meant my successes were *also* my fault!
    Great show as always, my friend!