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Inside Quest

Roadblocks, influences, lessons learned, and rules to live by are the meat of Inside Quest. Our goal is to arm the audience with the tools they need to discover and WALK their own path to success. Inside Quest brings together the conversational enthusiasm of a podcast with the intention and structure of a Charlie Rose-style talk show. Please follow us across our various social media platforms below and we'll see you every Friday!
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Apr 21, 2016

Within 15 minutes of our interview, the world’s leading executive coach, Marshall Goldsmith, displayed in real time why he’s earned a lifetime of accolades. His job is to assess and coach leaders and without me even realizing it, he was holding me accountable to the words coming out of my mouth. It was an eye-opening experience and I hope you enjoy the way he calls me on my need to reward my intelligence as much as I did.

The main point I want to drive home for this episode is to listen to the wisdom coming out of this man’s mouth. He actually practices his teachings and it has elevated him to coaching the CEOs of over 150 major corporations. The most compelling story from our time together is how he pays someone to call and ask him active questions in order to hold himself accountable to his own beliefs.

Accountability is key to Marshall’s ethos and he’s the first to admit that it’s okay to be wrong. Being wrong means you admit you can do better. Embrace your lack of knowledge and see it as a learning opportunity instead of a weakness. At the end of the day, the only person you have to answer to is yourself. If it’s not working, change it.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
  1. Why you need to discover who you want to be
  2. Why you need to let go of the things you can’t change.
  3. Why it’s okay to be wrong as long as you’re always learning
  4. How the most rewarding payment is through reaching someone
  5. How an idea can take you all the way to success
  6. Why you need to adopt “active questions” to hold yourself accountable
  7. The difference between planners and do-ers
  8. Why there’s nothing wrong with needing help
  9. Why it’s time to calm the “monkey mind”
  10. Why it’s an admirable move to admit you’re wrong
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