When you find your purpose in entrepreneurship, you’re that much closer to happiness and success.
Ted Bradshaw served as an executive with Xerox and IBM, then left the Fortune 500 world to explore the thrills of entrepreneurship. What he found was a long string of success that looked good on the surface. But underneath it all, he felt anxious, exhausted, and stressed, chasing money wherever it led and wondering why he never felt fulfilled.
Today, Ted lives his purpose in helping others find theirs. A leading coach of the Entrepreneurial Operating System, Ted is a best selling author, speaker, an Expert EOS Implementer, and a Community Leader for EOS Worldwide.
4:10 - Being a decade into a career before a frustration arose
20:35 - The problem with purpose
34:30 - Running the experiment against the goal
38:25 - It’s easier to get a group to agree on purpose
50:15 - Applying your purpose on a practical level with 6 essentials?
“Reach your fullest potential and create your success with purpose”
GET IN TOUCH:
Engineering / Post-Production: Jim McCarthy
Art / Design: Immanuel Ahiable
On this episode of Practice Freedom, we step into the shoes of healthcare entrepreneurs and navigate the world of private healthcare practice with our special guest, industry leader Jeff Russell.
What happens when the conventional way of doing things in healthcare is challenged?
On this episode of Practice Freedom, Mark is thrilled to have James M. Dieter III, chairman and CEO of Principle Health Systems, sharing his wisdom with us.
Get ready to unlock the secrets of setting clear expectations in the challenging healthcare landscape.