VICTORY!, with Larry Broughton
Today’s episode is going to be different from any other — in fact — it is fair to say that today’s episode will be another power installment of How to Do the Hard Right Over the Easy Wrong. I can boldly make such a claim because my guest today is Larry Broughton. Larry is Founder and CEO of broughton HOTELS and yoogozi.com. Larry is an award-winning entrepreneur & CEO; a best-selling author; keynote speaker; and former U.S. Army Green Beret — who is committed to helping visionaries, leaders and high-achievers step into the leadership gap. You may also remember Larry and the wisdom he shared during Episodes 18 and 166 of Onward Nation. If you haven’t listened to, studied, and applied all that Larry shared during our first interview…I highly encourage you to add Episodes 18 and 166 to your list of vital priorities. You’ll be glad you did.
What you’ll learn about in this episode:
- Why entrepreneurship and capitalism are catalysts for positive change in the world
- Larry Broughton’s new book “VICTORY”: a road map to launching your business
- Why the American form of capitalism is the best in the world
- The importance of having a compelling vision when starting a business
- Why doing research and intel is vital to your businesses success
- What a competitive set analysis is and why it’s important for your business
- The need to have a coach or mentor to become a high achiever
- How to get people to work to their strengths while you celebrate their achievements
- The importance of setting up systems and operations within your organization
- The benefits of taking rapid action and executing your business plan
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Ways to contact Larry:
- Book: www.larrysnewbook.com
- Website: www.larrybroughton.me
- Twitter: @larrybroughton
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