Today we’re joined by Dorie Clark, a self-reinvention expert and a professor at Columbia Business School. Dorie is the author of multiple bestselling books, including “Reinventing You,” “Stand Out,” “Entrepreneurial You,” and her latest release, “The Long Game.”
Dorie shares her wisdom on distinguishing between good and great, emphasizing the importance of embracing both the ups and downs in life. She explores the challenges of being a long-term thinker in a world dominated by short-term perspectives, offering practical strategies for strategic thinking and goal setting.
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In this episode, you’ll enjoy 3 BIG things:
- Patience: Dorie encourages listeners to be patient and consider the impact of long-term planning and playing the long game.
- Doing Not Thinking: We explore the difference between proclaiming strategic thinking and genuinely implementing it.
- Building Credibility and Legacy: Dorie shares how content creation, networking, social proof, and building your list before needing to sell something will boost your business.
If you enjoyed this and want to explore more similar strategies on how to improve your life go back and check out one of our earliest episodes called ‘7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness’, there are no quick fixes in this world, just mastery over your thinking and implementing strategic thinking. You can find that as Ep#10 in this feed.
Dorie’s newest book is already out – The Long Game, You can find out more at DorieClark.com or check Dorie out at @dorieclark on Twitter & on Instagram.
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