United in Helping Entrepreneurs – Dan Sullivan’s Strategic Coach and EOS®

Recently, Gino Wickman and I were honored to be guests of Dan Sullivan on his very popular podcast, Inside Strategic Coach. For those of you who don’t know Dan yet, he’s helped thousands of entrepreneurs improve their businesses and their lives through his Strategic Coach program. Gino has been enrolled in Strategic Coach for nearly twenty years, and credits Dan and his program with helping clarify his vision, and conceive of and then work to build EOS Worldwide with our friend and partner, Don Tinney.

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This interview helped crystallize Dan’s thinking about the synergy between our organizations – he concludes that “Strategic Coach is an operating system for the mind of the entrepreneur, while EOS is an operating system for that entrepreneur’s business.”

So, the reason we’re sharing this with you is that we are driven to help entrepreneurs get what they want from their businesses. If you need or want help building and expanding your “mind of an entrepreneur,” we feel strongly that Dan’s content, and the wisdom and insight he shares can help you become your best and achieve your vision. Enjoy!

Listen to the podcast interview:

  • Subscribe to the Inside Strategic Coach podcast on iTunes.
  • Stream or download the episode from the Strategic Coach website.

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