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Show Notes by Production Assistant – Anna Nygren
- Dan started off in IT sales!
- If you got something that you’re excited about, now is the time to go for it
Bridging those Gaps
- It’s all about getting past that fear and owning what you’re good at as a entrepreneur
- It’s important to, as a leader, engage in your subject specific conversation
- By you being open and honest, others will do the same
- Once you get the community to engage, it will continue on by itself!
- There’s a difference in attitude and enthusiasm in the UK versus the US
- The US in a bit more enthusiastic, therefore easier to gain momentum
- In the US, it seems as though everything has been made on a dream
- Dan is brilliant. Period.
- Dan’s book recommendation is:
- “Start Something That Matters” by Blake Mycoskie
See Dan’s work at http://www.leadingfromanywhere.com
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