Cal Fussman and host Heather Monahan talk about the power of leading with certainty and the maximization that can occur for others and therefore yourself when we act confident. Leveraging how you know you can help the world (key word is here: unapologetically KNOW) is how you can attain bigger results. Don’t play small. You are doing the world and yourself a disservice when you do. Lead with certainty and confidence and you will notice things start to change positively and powerfully. About the Guest:Cal Fussman is someone who is always going someplace new.Young people wearing earbuds may only know of him through his podcast, Big Questions, which recently cracked the iTunes top 50 in its first week.People who recognize him in airports because of his Fedora are likely to have seen him speak at conferences and corporate events around the world over the last couple of years. Readers may know him for some time now as a New York Times best-selling author.Magazine lovers may recognize him as the writer who spent a week with Muhammad Ali for an Esquire Magazine cover story, and interviewed Mikhail Gorbachev, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, Robert DeNiro and hundreds of others who’ve shaped the last half-century.Wine lovers will know him as the guy who became sommelier at Windows on the World at the top of the World Trade Center just before it was taken down on 9/11. Relatively few people got to see him as the dad on the practice football field every day from the time his son couldn’t kick an extra point through the day he won a game with a 40-yard field goal in the final moments to the day he could kick them from well beyond 50. Kids in the cul-de-sac saw him as the dad who cooked breakfast for the entire neighborhood on Sunday mornings and beamed when his toothless oldest daughter said with pride: “My dad makes pancakes from scrap!” A select few friends and relatives saw him enter Carnegie Hall to watch his youngest daughter perform with her choir. His three kids see him as the man in the photo above his desk sparring with Julio Cesar Chavez when he was 87-0 with 75 knockouts and junior welterweight champion of the world.Finding Cal Fussman:Listen to his podcast Big QuestionsEmail Cal directly HEREVisit his website: www.calfussman.comTwitter & Instagram: @calfussmanTo inquire about my coaching program opportunity visit https://mentorship.heathermonahan.com/Review this podcast on Apple Podcast using this LINK and when you DM me the screen shot, I buy you my $299 video course as a thank you! My book Confidence Creator is available now! get it right HEREIf you are looking for more tips you can download my free E-book at my website and thank you! https://heathermonahan.com*If you'd like to ask a question and be featured during the wrap up segment of Creating Confidence, contact Heather Monahan directly through her website and don’t forget to subscribe to the mailing list so you don’t skip a beat to all things Confidence Creating!
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