Feb 8, 2021
David Taylor-Klaus reintroduces successful entrepreneurs and senior executives to their families. A serial entrepreneur, he is recognized for combining candor, intelligence, and humor with masterful coaching. He challenges leaders and their teams to reach their highest levels of performance in their personal and professional lives. David is the author of two books. The first one, This Is Your Wake-Up Call, is soon to be released again on the Amazon bookstore. His most recent one is Mindset Mondays with DTK. This is his second time on the show.
Today David joins me to talk about how to follow your passion healthily and happily. He talks about the dangerous myth that, if it’s hard, it’s good. He discusses the importance of seeking help and accepting it when it’s offered. He notes the crucial role his family has played in his life and elaborates on the importance of community. He talks about how humans are wired for connection, and he discusses the importance of changing your lens to bring about the reality you want to see. He also gives some elaboration on his latest book.
“We don’t see the world as it is. We see the world as we are.”
“If all meaning is made up, why not make up something that serves?”
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