Lamarr Lark vowed that after age 50, he would no longer be part of corporate America, and so, at 48, he left that world after spending 24 years in it. He then did what he needed to do in order to achieve his dream of owning his own business.
- The thought that led Lamarr to finally quit his job and pursue his dream.
- How his role in corporate America had come to define him.
- The Strategic Coach® thinking tools that helped him delineate his goals.
- How he pursued his goals from a standpoint of complete commitment.
- Don’t live with regrets: If you wait until you’re too old to pursue your goals, you’ll have to live with regrets.
- Avoiding vacations: When you have a high level job in corporate America, it’s seen as macho to not take vacations.
- The right questions: Coaching can help you learn how to ask the right questions.
- All together: There can be ways to bring together diverse projects and lessons in one new project.
- A better version: Spending time with and talking to the right people can make you a better version of yourself.
- Become unstoppable: When you’re thinking properly about the future, you can become unstoppable.
- Disconnected ideal: Some people have an ideal vision of what they’d like their future to look like, but it’s disconnected from what they’re actually achieving.