Doing what’s right and making money are not mutually exclusive.
Is this even possible in today’s world? Or is it a pipe dream?
Jeff Piersall, is convinced it’s not only possible- it’s inevitable.
Jeff, a former award-winning collegiate basketball coach, is the CEO and founder of SpaceCoast Living & SCB Marketing. He’s the co-founder of the TREP Summit, and Author of “Dogs Don’t Bark at Parked Cars” which has quickly become on the books I gift the most.
His entrepreneurial pursuits have been recognized as Business of the Year by Brevard County, INC. 500 Fastest Growth Companies and Grow FL “Top 50 Companies to Watch.”
Jeff believes successful entrepreneurialism is based on personal responsibility, a “sky’s the limit” optimism and, above all, value-based ethical decisions.
A couple of things to listen for in this episode:
- What “stage addiction” is, what it means to athletes, and how to overcome it
- How to build a culture of performance and trust in sports and business
- Why you should allow your kids to FAIL
- What advice Jeff would give you if you’re facing tough situations in life
- Raising a wealthy child vs. a poor child (and which is harder)
- Ethical Capitalism: your key to serving your customers, employees, family, self, and community.
- What “real wealth” is, and how Jeff has created it in his life
- “In business, the clock always keeps running.” – Jeff Piersall
- “It’s the 1 or 2 percent that separates the greatness.” – Jeff Piersall
- “You either learn or win in every situation.” – Jeff Piersall
- “Faith is the ability to act in spite of fear.” – Jeff Piersall
- “All the fortune is in the follow through.” – Jeff Piersall
Books David Mentioned (Amazon links):
- Jeff’s Book: Dogs Don’t Bark
- Extreme Ownership
- The Brower Quadrant
- Compassionate Capitalism
- Wooden On Leadership