After 30 years as a CFO, Controller, and Coach, Joe Fields has the experience and education in business and performance coaching to help guide you. I had the pleasure of reading his latest book, The Bucketlist Coach, and I knew I had to bring Joe on the podcast to share his insights with you. In this episode, Joe reveals the ways to help you develop a high-performance championship culture in your business AND personal life!
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What We Cover in This Episode:
- A look at Joe’s journey to writing his book
- His thoughts on building a “culture of character”
- Why you really need to be focusing on controlling what is within your reach, and Joe’s tips for doing this
- The importance of building rapport and finding commonalities as a leader
- Why Joe loves being an avid reader
- What the “Golden Circle” concept is all about and how you can use it in your own life
“It became apparent to me but there is a great correlation between running a sports team and running a business.”
“Instead of having a lot of rules for your company, I believe in standards.”
“If you set standards, you will not only get yourself and others to abide by it but the people as they join the organization will realize these are all part of your core values and that you believe in, and I think that is key.”
“You don’t just find leaders, you develop leaders.”
“You can’t force people to come in, but you can develop ways of attracting an audience, putting out the right topics, giving value to people and control what you can control.”
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