#118: How to Execute On Your Training w/ Glenn Pasch

By May 18, 2017 July 3rd, 2018 No Comments

Glenn Pasch is the CEO of PCG Digital Marketing. He has more than 20 years of experience in training, leadership, and managing individuals.

In this episode, Glenn shares insights into how you can get the most out of your professional development. We all secretly want someone to show us exactly what to do and how to execute so that we can minimize the risk of failure. Glenn wisdom will help you navigate your personal journey so that you can feel confident in the actions you’re taking. Self-awareness regarding your learning behavior, your strengths and weaknesses play deeply into how you can achieve your definition of success faster. It’s no wonder why guys like Gary Vaynerchuk are constantly preaching self-awareness. From there, accountability.

The lack of accountability is one of the biggest reasons why most people fail. It’s the whole reason why 20 groups were started in the first place; to ensure as much accountability as possible in the group. Achieving success in your career is no different than working out. You need to have a process, you need to have an accountability partner, and you need to execute.

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