David Taylor-Klaus is an entrepreneur and executive coach who helps clients rewire their thinking and unleash their capacity to become impact billionaires. Listen to JJRR 80 as David describes how hurricane Katrina was the catalyst for him hitting rock bottom and how through his own reinvention went from the "should life" to the "could life". Leaving his
tech business behind and pivoting into coaching, David now helps his clients transform their own lives and the lives of others on a grand scale.
https://amzn.to/3vJIzbg David’s book Mindset Mondays
https://amzn.to/3rRjiJN The Four Agreements
07:49s Impact billionaires, having a positive impact on a billion people
10:23s A coaching approach to raising children
13:34s Unleashing massive contributions through coaching / why have a coach?
17:50s Writing the book you need to read Mindset Mondays with DTK
19:36s Linking personal success to your business and failing hitting rock bottom
21:28s Pulling back from the brink of suicide and reinventing life and business
23:03s Waking up to the storm inside you
24:16s Clarity and cataloging missed opportunities
28:14s Getting into coaching from FOMO and to stay in synch in his relationship
33:17s The explosion of coaching and the screaming need for leadership
37:01s Buyer beware when it comes to coaches or any service provider
39:02s The silicon should be serving the carbon, not the other way around
43:07s Real not right, don’t get caught up trying to do the right thing: make it real
45:45s Recipe for pivot: Read the Four Agreements
48:11s Clarity: Most important to clear your mind for 2021 as things open up
“The idea is looking for your impact cascade; doing the work that doesn’t just impact the folks you can touch directly, but cascades to the folks they touch.”
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