Do you feel like you’re doing what you were put on this Earth to do?
And if not, then what are you doing to hold yourself back?
My coach Rich Litvin is here to discuss our addiction to struggling, why it’s so damn hard to ask for help, and why some succeed and others won’t.
In this interview:
- Finding your Zone of Genius
- Doing what you were put on this Earth to do
- A need to make things difficult
- Is it wrong if our work isn’t hard?
- Are you getting in your own way?
- Being addicted to achieving/work
- Success looks like failure in the middle
- Doing work that serves others – creating an impact on the world
- Rich trying to prove himself to his dad
- Being a performer
- What helps you succeed also holds you back
- What’s your shtick?
- Being powerful but not asking for help
- “I don’t need help”
- Not allowing ourselves to receive what we want in life
- Having people who challenge us to be our best
- What we want to pass along to our kids
- Learning how to take a punch
- Learning confidence through experience
About Rich Litvin
Rich Litvin is an expert at taking high-performers to the greatest levels of success. He has coached Olympic athletes, Presidential candidates, Hollywood film directors, emergency room physicians, British Special Forces operatives, millionaires, and finance professionals managing over US$100 billion of assets.
Rich coaches world leaders and leads a community of coaches who are the top 4% in their field. His clients are by invitation and referral only.
Co-author of The Prosperous Coach and a member of The Association of Transformational Leaders, Rich is the Founder of The Confident Woman’s Salon and The High-Achieving Introvert Project.
He lives his life based on one principle: “Hell Yeah or Hell No.” He proposed to his wife, Monique, 10 days after he met her. And she said Hell Yes. Monique is an award-winning singer/songwriter and they are the proud parents of two little boys.
Rich has lived and worked in eight countries, on four continents. Born in England, he still has an adorable British accent and spends his time between Los Angeles and London.
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