Jason Treu is a world-class executive coach. On this episode of The Salesman Podcast, Jason explains what a “leader” is and how we can become one to make closing deals simpler. It’s his 3rd time on the Saleman podcast, and we love having him back!
If you don’t like your current story, it’s not too late to change your future story. Jason Treu tells us how we can create a blueprint for our future.
In today’s episode, we discuss creating a career blueprint, realizing your potential, removing your blindspots, the highs and lows of entrepreneurship, finding happiness and fulfillment, purpose, the social aspects of business, drive versus motivation, and much more.
In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around®, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes interviews superachiever Jason Treu. Jason is an executive coach who works with executives, entrepreneurs, and rising stars to maximize their leadership potential and performance. He is a TEDx speaker where he spoke about a breakthrough team building game, Cards Against Mundanity, as well as the author of Social Wealth, a how-to-guide on building extraordinary business relationships. In this episode, Jason talks about being vulnerable to build quality relationships, how we hold ourselves back, and shares networking secrets.
If you’d like to learn more about Jason, visit his website at JasonTreu.com.
In the podcast on Short Story Long we discuss the following:
Why understanding your patterns creates massive business breakthroughs
How to eliminate your own blind spots and patterns that sabotage your success and your team’s success, and why it is the #1 way to maximize your performance and leadership over every else you can do
Why leadership training and development is broken and doesn’t work
Why your level of self-awareness is always higher than your social awareness, and that only 5% or less of people are high functioning on the self-awareness scale
How to build an extraordinary team with no money, and outflank your competition (even companies 5x or 10X bigger than you).
Why Google’s Project Aristotle is the secret to build a great team, holding effective brainstorming and elevating strategic thinking on a team- and company-level
Why psychological safety is the foundation for all great teams even though no one really does it other than Google (and how you can do it for free.)
And much more…
Jason Treu: At the end of the day, if we don’t have some accountability, you screwed.
Speaker 1: The hardest part is figuring out what you want to master.
Chris Pfaff: Just focus on your product.
Speaker 2: Can you tell somebody that they suck?
Chris Pfaff: You got to just go for it.
Speaker 3: This is exactly I want to do for a living.
Speaker 4: You can’t even tell somebody that their breath stick.
Chris Pfaff: Okay, ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to Short Story Long. We have a very special guest today. His name is Jason Treu. Jason, thanks for coming in.
Jason Treu: Hey, thanks for having me in the show today.
Chris Pfaff: Of course.
Jason Treu: Fun to fly out here today and …
Chris Pfaff: Did you fly out here just for this?
Jason Treu: I had some other things but …
Chris Pfaff: Yeah, we’ll say just for this.
Jason Treu: Just for this. Just for you.
Chris Pfaff: I feel special. Yeah.
Jason Treu: You’re so special.
Chris Pfaff: Yes. I’m really excited because you are an executive coach and I mean we’ll get into all of it, but I’m really interested in what you do and I think that for me, I’m 31 years old, I’ve had a business for close to 10 years now. I had always obviously heard about coaching and life coaching and executive coaching, all this different stuff and I will say that for a long time, I mean born and raised in Ohio, didn’t go to college and maybe my brain was a little turned off to these things, but I always thought it was just, I don’t know, not for me or didn’t really understand what it even was and whatever. It wasn’t until I actually did an interview with somebody who now is a really good friend of mine named Cavion who does a lot of life coaching type stuff.
Chris Pfaff: After his podcast, he said, “Hey man, that was so cool and there was so many people that listened to that. Let me give you a couple sessions for free.” I said, “All right, I’ll do it. I’ll answer whatever questions you asked me, I’ll listen to your advice.” I mean even just his perspective and his outside knowledge on my life and what I’m doing right and wrong was really, really useful and that …
To improve business performance at least once you should go through the Jason Treu podcast episodes. You can listen simple audio of his podcast. Through this, managers, executives, and entrepreneurs are self-motivated to create their unique identity in the market. His plans will help you to win the challenge. Podcast makes you a better leader, investor, and problem-solver.