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Make A Bigger Impact On The World, with Daniel Moshe

Daniel Moshe is an entrepreneur in IT, the fastest-growing industry in the world, and he’s expanded to business coaching, the second fastest-growing industry in the world. In this episode, he explains how all of his major breakthroughs as an entrepreneur in recent years can be traced back to a day in The Strategic Coach® Program.

Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:

  • What stays the same between the tech field and every other field.
  • The question that allowed Daniel’s company to break through a period of not winning when they were trying.
  • What led Daniel to signing up his team members for Strategic Coach®.
  • What Daniel gains from coaching other people. The benefits of doing fewer things better.

Show Notes:

  • There’s an air about people in the tech space, like maybe they’re different than everybody else.
  • Thinking about your thinking lets all the things you’ve been dealing with finally surface so you can do something with them and turn them into action.
  • What got you to where you are won’t necessarily get you to the next place you want to go.
  • When you do something that no one else does, you have no competition in the marketplace.
  • It’s a game changer when you and your team members are communicating using the same language.
  • When you communicate what you’re looking for in the right way, the right person will show up.
  • When you’re freed up to do what you love, you’re making a bigger impact in the world and making people’s lives better.
  • Just because you don’t love doing something doesn’t mean someone else wouldn’t.


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Episode Transcript:
Dan Sullivan: Hi, this is Dan Sullivan. I'd like to welcome you to the Multiplier Mindset podcast.
I'm going to introduce you to a man who I think has really discovered the secret of being a great entrepreneur. His name is Daniel Moshe and Daniel comes from the Twin Cities, Minneapolis–Saint Paul. He's in the IT business, which by the way is the fastest growing industry in the world. And that's interesting because the second fastest growing business is coaching. IT only works if there's a coaching component to IT that actually creates teamwork.
And what I love about how he recounted his experience with us is that he's so matter of fact about when he's doing things wrong. And so, a number of things that he discovered that he was doing not right is that he was trying to run two companies inside the same company. So he had a partner in the business, they wanted to do different things. Well, that doesn't work. You got to be wanting to do one thing.
And so, Daniel coined for himself, which I'm certainly going to use in future coaching sessions, he said, "I want to do a few great things better."
Daniel Moshe: Daniel Moshe, four years Strategic Coach client, proud, and I share it with everybody that I can. And I've got a IT services business, a customer success company around We help people set up And I help companies implement EOS, the Entrepreneurial Operating System. So those are the three things I got going on right now.