Stan Peake is passionate about coaching leaders for triple bottom line performance, maximizing profit, people development, and sustainability. Having coached leaders and businesses for success from start-up to decades of experience, and from pre-revenue to companies looking to expand across international borders, he is an expert in performance and success.
Entrepreneurial Role Models:
- His mentor
- Tony Robbins
When business started difficulties overcame:
“Limiting beliefs. Lack of finances at the time preventing me from starting my first business, lack of start-up capital really delayed me from starting my 3rd business and even delayed the purchases into the 2nd business and then making that transition from a fitness professional to a coach, one thing that was in my mind as a limiting belief, are people going to take me seriously as a business coach”…[Listen for More]
- The Lean Startup: How Constant Innovation Creates Radically Successful Businesses Book by Eric Ries
- Profit from the Core: A Return to Growth in Turbulent Times Book by Chris Zook and James G. Allen
“Leaders create leaders who create leaders”
Recommended Online Resources:
Linkedin – is a business- and employment-oriented social networking service that operates via websites and mobile app.
Best Advice to Other Entrepreneurs:
“Learn as much as you can and develop thicker skin, so not if but when you encounter your first challenge that completely knocks you on your back, don’t take it personally, just ask yourself what am I learning from this and how can this make me better, if you don’t develop thick skin as an entrepreneur you probably won’t last long because no success story that I’ve ever encountered and I’ve encountered a lot, none of those were straight line a success”…[Listen for More]
More About Stan Peake:
Neil’s Quote at the Beginning:
“Read and search for the answers you seek.” Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!
Other Quotes From the Chat with Stan Peake:
- “When the pain is high enough, we need a solution right now, but when we think it might offer us a benefit that’s not urgent we often don’t go into what could help us the most”
- “Don’t wait until your product is perfect to put on the shelves, because we don’t know what perfect looks like, gain early market intelligence with a decent product and trust those early market customers, those early adopters with their innovation advice to launch your product into the mainstream”
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