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In the second part of this two-part series, Ryan and Kim talk about how to grow your business intentionally and successfully. In this episode, they cover why you need to grow yourself to grow your company and figuring successful habits, and what are the essential tasks to do in a day.

Ryan is a High-Performance Coach, Author, and Speaker who guides people to reach their full potential in their lives, businesses, and teams through my proven method of intentional growth.

As a former ESPN Academic All-American, he decided to channel his competitiveness from baseball to business by founding a startup company in Silicon Valley. After a few years of iterations and modest growth, he became a statistic when he had to shut down the company.

As he reflected on that experience, he realized that in the same way he developed himself as an athlete–to be a high performer on the baseball field, he must apply that same method to become a high performer in business. Unfortunately, it took a failed business to figure that out. From that experience, he developed a formula for growth called the Intentional Growth Model™️.

Around that same time, He was asked to be a founding team member of a tech startup company again. He applied all that he learned from my previous experience to help make this company a success. Over 7 years, they intentionally built the company from just an idea into a successful, venture-backed brand with Fortune 500 clients.

Taking what he learned about high-performance intentional growth, he wrote a book based upon the growth formula and now gets to coach people on how to reach their full potential to teams, businesses, and people across the Country.

S2-EP105 The 4 Pillars of Clarity With Mike Young

S2-EP105 The 4 Pillars of Clarity With Mike Young

Mike Young joins Kim to talk about the 4 Pillars of Clarity and how you can use them to create success in your business. By using these pillars you gain clarity on yourself, your clients, the products and services you should sell and the best way to communicate the value the client will receive.