It’s now two thirds of the way into 2019. How are you coming along on those personal and professional goals you set for yourself at the first of the year? Not so great, huh? Well, you’re not alone. Few of us make real progress on our goals because we don’t set ourselves up for success. We ignore the process and leave the content in the wish list.
The Asher Sales Sense Podcast “Goal Setting for Results: Close Deals Faster” with host John Asher features Shawn Doyle, professional speaker, author, and executive coach. Shawn shares his experience from decades of work in the world of corporate personal and professional development and his current focus on helping business leaders grow their companies and themselves.
Does goal setting really pay off? Is it important to write goals down? What do most people miss in the process? What can make goal setting more effective and powerful? Tune in on May 2nd and find the answers to these and other goal-related questions that will bring you more of whatever it is you’re looking to achieve.
About our guest:
Shawn Doyle, CSP is a professional speaker, author, and Executive Coach. Author of 22 books, several which have been Amazon #1 bestsellers and four are now being translated in ten languages. As a CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) Shawn’s passion is to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives, helping them live to their full potential both at work and home as they go through this thing called life.
Shawn has worked three decades in the world of personal and professional development and before starting his own company, was Vice President of Learning and Development at Comcast and was the co-founder of Comcast’s Corporate University.
Some of Shawn’s clients include Microsoft, Pfizer, Comcast, Zippo, Lockheed Martin, NBC, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Guideposts, ABC, Disney, Kraft, Charter, The Ladders, IBM and the U.S. Marines.
Shawn lives in the beautiful rolling hills of southeastern Pennsylvania, made known by Andrew Wythe’s landscape paintings along with his wife, Rachael.