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Episode Info: Change is often not a thing that people would embrace freely as majority of us want stability, security and permanence despite the knowledge that change is only thing permanent in this world.   Our guest for today though had taken transitions head on and even triggered most of the change that happened in his life. For this episode, we have Scott Britton, a lifestyle entrepreneur, a writer of the website and a part of a leadership team which sold a company for $100M. Here are the highlights of my discussion with Scott: How he snuck his way into college by playing football, getting an internship with Jerry Magguirein mind  and the realizations which followed after, Moving on to build a software company without relevant experience and the lessons which came out of it, What triggered him to make these shifts and how having a utopian mindset aids him during these transitions, How he builds his network and how his desire to get a mentor became pivotal in leading him to become a part of one of the most successful companies, and Making relevant introductions, providing value before asking and other advice in reaching out to people.  Scott also shares to us his answers to our popular questions: What would you tell the younger Scott to do differently? Go and find the biggest bad ass of whatever you want to become and go work for him. What do you think the Scott of 10 years from now wants to tell you? Aim bigger. Scott also shares how he maintains his eyes on his goals through the aid of visualization exercises, guided meditations and reflection practices that you may find valuable to help you in dream big and aim high. Subscribe to The Leadership Dojo on iTunes Subscribe to The Leadership Dojo on Stitcher
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