316: Keith Perhac: A Man Developing A life Of Superpowers
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Todays guest is a man who when it comes to starting a business, and taking it to huge success is really in the zone.
He knows that when there is a risk to take, to give himself a chance of achieving his dreams, he will find that risky thing and tackle it head on.
As he says in his own words “One of the things that has been huge in my life is “starting over,” or “moving to the next stage.” For me it’s always been much more drastic than most people (moving to a new country, starting a new company with no contacts, etc) — but it help to always keep in mind the following:
“What a caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly”
And with that simple philosophy, he has from his base in Japan become the Founder and CEO of Delfi-Net and Summit Evergreen and created the consultancy business with an appealing tagline “Optimize Your Online Business Intelligently”
So what is it about the start over principal that fills him with delight, when it fills so many with fear?
And does he have a track record of complete success, or like all of us, did it take him awhile to get going and find his thing?
Well let’s find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, the one and only Keith Perhac.
During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How surprisingly when you hear about the risks he has taken, he classes himself as risk averse, but a great decision maker.
How he has always enjoyed building stuff and realised that he didn’t like the work he was doing as he had stopped building stuff.
How he is aware that he over thinks things, and lives in the world of procrastination….but is this a strength or a weakness?
How having kids has empowered him to do better work, as he is now focused on getting the work done at key times.
How he knew that he had the mental strength to do a minimum wage job if things went bad, as it would only be a stepping stone to something he wants.
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