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Philip Pfeifer is the Founder of Experience Traction, where he works with entrepreneurs and leadership teams of companies to experience 3 things he calls Vision, Traction and Healthy. Philip does this by helping them implement a complete and proven system called EOS, the Entrepreneurial Operating System.
Philip has been helping entrepreneurs succeed for more than 20 years by bringing fresh eyes, positive energy, and a focus on improving your people, your processes, and ultimately your profits. His passion is encouraging entrepreneurs to simplify, clarify and achieve their visions. He’ll help clarify the path forward for everyone in your business, accounting for their varying skills and experience.
Mike and Philip cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like the first company he co-founded after graduating from New York University, the career path and moments where he was exhibiting leadership coaching before he discovered it was his passion, what real leadership coaching means to Philip, the impact of Steven Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, and much more.
And now here’s Philip Pfeifer.
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