“A lot of people say that perception is reality. I don’t believe that. I believe that perception is one’s reality…”
Alan Schaefer is the founder of Banding People Together, a team performance and training consultancy in Atlanta, Georgia. Alan is also the frontman of popular rock band, Five Star Iris, which has toured across 17 countries.
You might be wondering, what does being in a band have to do with helping teams become more productive, more collaborative, and more profitable?
In this episode of the show, Alan shares insights that he learned being the frontman of his band, and how they apply to your career as the leader of one.
Rather than worrying about what your “boss” is doing to help shape your career, you can take control and start making big things happen for yourself. Instead of wondering when those around you are going to change, you can focus on changing yourself. When you do so, your entire life changes.
I’m excited about all of the words of wisdom Alan shares in this episode that will help shift your perception, alter your paradigm, and help you rise above the clutter and dominate
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