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Episode Info: No one understands the psychology of human behavior and success strategies better than Tim, especially as it applies to business and sports. He grew up in a family of entrepreneurs, he has the academic training, experience consulting with business owners and professional athletes and he successfully started and sold a business. However, Tim also knows failure very well. Tim almost failed out of high school and graduated at the back of his class with grades of C’s, D’s and F’s. Also, he failed at almost every sport while growing up. He simply did not fit in anywhere. He even went to work with his father who owned an automotive air conditioning company and was quickly demoted to sweeping floors. Tim experienced ongoing failure while growing up. He simply felt insecure in every way. He was not gifted in any area. However, he turned everything around and earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology with an emphasis in organizational behavior. He has successfully worked in the mental health field for approximately 24 years and has helped hundreds of clients. He also has worked as an organizational consultant, executive coach, professor and mental skills coach with some of the world’s fastest professional motocross athletes. Tim has learned to step out of the box and take calculated risks. In January 2006 he quit his secure job and sold everything to move to Costa Rica where he married his true love, bought and sold land for a profit and wrote a book, Finding Your Costa Rica. As an experiment, Tim started a commercial building service company an hour and a half away from his home. His childhood friend, Todd Coleman, owns a successful commercial building service company and provided Tim with his blueprint. Tim had worked with business owners for years, however, he had never run a company with employees and felt it was important to gain this experience. After five years of building his company as a side project, with six employees, he sold the business once he reached 100k in sales. Stepping into social media is a new challenge for Tim. He initially dabbled in social media when it first became popular, but quickly took an unplugged position. However, Tim realized that the power of social media cannot be ignored. Join Tim on his new journey as he heRead more »

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