No matter what you are doing in life, there is always a voice inside telling you that you are in the right or the wrong place. Sometimes, you just have to scrap the plan and go in a different direction. In the booth with me, today is Andrew Mcshea, a man who spent 14 years in the rat race of corporate America before leaving for a similar, yet, different calling. For the first 7 years, he was a killer salesman, and for the last 7 years, he became a sales leader and really the company fixer. Since he left, he has specialized in helping organizations and entrepreneurs build winning cultures with the goal of creating more profit. It’s important to remember that there is nothing more important than having a culture that flows, so think for the long-term!
In this episode, we talk about…
Andrew’s professional bio and how he made it happen
Something inside of you that pulls you in another direction
Sacrificing short-term results for the long-term
Making decisions around your most important principles
Guidelines and principles that are the cornerstone of a great culture