Seth Buechley is a serial entrepreneur with a unique background. He grew up in a commune in the woods of southern Oregon, married his high school sweetheart, skipped college, and still managed to build and sell several companies resulting in multi-million-dollar exits. He enjoys connecting high-potential leaders with the ideas and resources to grow their business or organization while achieving lasting leadership impact.
He is the author of the highly renowned book, Ambition.
Dan Miller, New York Times best-selling author said this about Seth’s book, “Ambition will show you how to harness your ambition through experience, integrity, and hard work in a way that will leave a positive legacy and improve the world.”
Today, Seth will share the key concept of his book and how it will help us to have a positive relationship with family, friends and in your business.[2:20] Seth’s background and journey in becoming Entrepreneur [4:42] The ONE thing that he absorbed looking back [5:27] You get the feedback from starting the process, not from planning the process [5:33] How the family business grew [6:27] The ‘dark season’ he went through and turning it to motivation for writing the book [7:57] It’s difficult to practice gratitude when you’re in a dark place [8:31] What is the beauty of gratitude and being open in life and business [11:34] His personal experience in getting a support in commune [13:18] What it’s like to get more than what bargained for at an early age [14:04] How to face success when you’re unprepared [15:43] Envy can be limiting specially on social media [16:30] Gratitude brings back what’s true to your life [19:03] The gratitude adjustment perspective with Kids [20:22] Why Entrepreneurs are some of the least grateful people [21:31] How to maintain a gratitude mindset [24:42] Find your people [26:39] Getting away from missing what you had [27:41] How gratitude shapes the way he makes business decisions [28:31] The key idea when it comes to writing the book [30:38] How to connect with Seth and book endorsement [31:13] Wrap up
“Envy is one of those things that can be so limiting; we limit our world specially on social media where everyone seems to be living the perfect life and we often fall on the trap thinking where everyone figured it out.”
“Sometimes the hard times are gonna come before the good times happen.”
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