Almost all of us have someone we look up to when it comes to whatever space we are most fascinated by, whether this is the world of real estate, business, relationships, spirituality, or anything else. But what is the key difference between those we look up to and people that really aren’t all that inspiring?
Our guest for today is Michael Hyatt, who is the CEO and Founder of Michael Hyatt and Company. He has scaled multiple companies over the years, including a $250mm publishing company with more than 700 employees and his own leadership development company that has grown more than 60% year over year for the past four years. This feat has landed them on the Inc 5000 fastest-growing companies list for the year three times in a row. Michael is also the author of several New York Times bestsellers.
Today we are going to discuss…
- Why habits are actually the marker or break of most people’s successes
- Three habits that almost all successful people have
- Whether or not there’s a problem with Malcom Gladwell’s theory that you can be an expert if you put in 10,000 hours and if there is a hack that can get you there more quickly
- What behavior you can identify in someone and clearly see that it is a “red flag”