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To be epic means something different for everyone, but what happens more often than not is when we don’t even take the first step.
Today’s guest is Zander Sprague, in-demand public speaker and author of Epic Begins with 1 Step Forward: How to Plan, Achieve, and Enjoy the Journey. He joins the Winning Teams Podcast today to discuss what it means to have an epic idea and more importantly how you go about achieving what epic means to you. There is a difference between an intention, a goal, and a dream and knowing how to trust your process could get you exactly where you dream to be.
What We Talked About in This Episode:
- Zander’s Corporate and Mental Health Background
- The Epic Dreams Everyone Has
- Zander’s Definition of Epic
- The Difference Between an Intention, a Goal, and a Dream
- How to Take the Step Towards Achieving the Dream
- Trust and Stick with the Process
- Creating Structure
- The 97/3 Rule
- How to Shift Focus to the 97%
- Making a Team Epic
- Zander’s Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals
About Our Guest:
Zander Sprague is an award-winning public speaker, best-selling author, and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). His mission is to help millions of people make the EPIC choices that create an EPIC life. Drawing on his decades of work experience with companies of all sizes, his education, and events in his own life, Zander guides people to achieve EPIC. With his talks, books, and courses, he helps fulfill their potential and achieve their dreams. Zander has a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Palo Alto University, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History and Psychology from Pitzer College. He is a member of the National Speakers Association, American Counseling Association, and California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors.
Connect with Zander Sprague:
- Zander Sprague’s Website
- Epic_Begins on Instagram
- Zander Sprague on LinkedIn
- Epic Begins with 1 Step Forward on YouTube
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