Scene 1: The Battlefield [04:05]
Scott has 30 years of real-world experience as an entrepreneur, having started and sold multiple companies. He talks about his own battlefield and some of his most catastrophic failures, all of which led him to take a risk and start his own coaching practice: Doubledare.
Scene 2: The Imposter [22:02]
We discuss the tension between identifying what we really want as entrepreneurs and sticking to what feels safe. Scott touches specifically on Imposter Syndrome - feeling undeserving of success, skills or income - and why this could be detrimental to progress.
Scene 3: The Victory [41:04]
How does Scott help his clients achieve greater success as well as work-life balance? He discusses his role as business coach and what makes his practice different. Moreover he reveals three tips that will help anyone accelerate their business and how we can all stay ahead.
Find out more about Scott Anderson and his coaching practice, Doubledare, here: https://doubledareyou.us/
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