386: Shawn Shewchuck: A Man Providing The A-Ha Moments To The World
Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Mr Shawn Shewchuck.
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Todays guest joining us on the Join Up Dots podcast is a man who from his hometown of Calgary Canada, is on a mission similar to most of our guests.
In fact it should be the mission that everyone of us who listen into Join Up Dots should be on everyday.
He is committed to studying, understanding and helping others achieve more, in less time.
If you want to better your life, your career or business, and of course your results, then there is no better way than to focus in on the needs of others.
As the late Zig Ziglar once said, “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want” which seems to be a great principle to live by, and is certainly working for todays guest.
And so for nearly two decades, he has travelled and advised people from across the continent and around the globe, from Fortune 500 leadership teams, to high achievers from all walks of life.
So how did he know that he could see a problem that had been anchoring people to the future they were not keen on, and blow it to pieces?
And does he find that he still has many of the issues that his clients have, but has managed to work to reduce them, or does he still carry around self limiting baggage?
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Shawn Shewchuck
During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Shawn such as:
How he doesn’t believe in the mantra “Fake it until you make it”, instead he wants us to all to “Feel like you belong”
How 99% of people listening to this show, should look around at there close circle of friends to see who they can partner with.
How he remembers seeing an advert in a back of a magazine, and asked his parents for a loan to buy the offering, and has never looked back.
How he despised High School, and would look out of the window wishing that he was somewhere elsewhere almost everyday of his time there.
How a study has reported that youngsters will now have between seven and nine distinctly different careers by the time that they retire.
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