Living to 156 – a Discussion with Dan Sullivan – Episode 33


Jan 2, 2019

Mark and Dr. Gladden welcome Dan Sullivan of Strategic Coach
back to the show to talk about the thinking behind his latest book,

My Plan For Living To 156
. He discusses his mindset shift
toward greater longevity, rather than believing he would only live
about as long as his parents.

Dan talks about one of the most important changes he’s made in
his life for his mindset. Dr. Gladden talks about the difference
between being committed to a question versus being married to an
answer.

They talk about how the mind has the ability to overcome so many
physical conditions, so it is key to reprogramming the body.

Dan goes through some of his plans for getting to 156, including
how he’s developing good habits and strengths.

SPECIAL GUEST

Dan Sullivan is founder and president of The Strategic Coach
Inc. A visionary, an innovator, and a gifted conceptual thinker,
Dan has over 35 years’ experience as a highly regarded speaker,
consultant, strategic planner and coach to entrepreneurial
individuals and groups. Dan’s strong belief in and commitment to
the power of the entrepreneur is evident in all areas of Strategic
Coach® and its successful coaching program, which works to
help entrepreneurs reach their full potential in both their
business and personal lives.

He is author of over 30 publications, including The
Great Crossover
, The 21st Century Agent, Creative
Destruction
 and How The Best Get Better®.
He is co-author of The Laws of Lifetime
Growth
 and The Advisor Century.

Dan is married to Babs Smith, his partner in business and in
life. They jointly own and operate The Strategic Coach Inc., with
offices in Toronto, Chicago, and the U.K.

Follow Dan on Twitter @StrategicCoach and

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicCoach/

For information on his business strategies and programs,
visit https://www.strategiccoach.com/

Get a free copy of
My Plan for Living to 156





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