Zach Arend supports creative entrepreneurs to uncover what they need by pressing pause and getting them out of their head using practical business and self-awareness tools so they can be the leader that they know that they are.
Growing up in an entrepreneurial family, at 14 years old, Zach decided that he wanted to ride saddle broncs in the rodeo.
After two years hitting the ground, he wanted to quit. If it wasn't for his coach and what he said he would have. "Keep going and trust the process."
He became 2x State Champion and earned a full ride scholarship!
For his next wild ride, he joined a team of entrepreneurs in Kansas City at a small third-party logistics company.
His business partner and he opened up offices in Tulsa, OK, and Dallas, TX. The business took off.
After 11 years, the company experienced 20% year-over-year growth and went from 30 to 300 people. And through all of that, most of all Zach learned that he loves a wild ride!
Today, he coaches other entrepreneurial leaders on their wild rides to create more of what they want in their lives.
6:30 - Slowing down your expectation of your grind, add a few years and understand that it’s daunting.
11:45 - As an entrepreneur, you have to keep your focus on what you want to do and where you want to go
12:30 - You can solve all your problems and still not be any closer to your goals
15:00 - Saddling my own horse
40:10 - What story are you telling yourself?
50:00 - Life is longer than we think
1:04:10 - Is there resonance or dissonance in what you’re doing?
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Engineering / Post-Production: Jim McCarthy
Art / Design: Immanuel Ahiable
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