Scott Mautz is the founder and CEO of Profound Performance, where he is a popular keynote speaker, workshop leader and author of the multi-award-winning books “Find the Fire” and “Make It Matter.” He’s a former Procter & Gamble senior executive who successfully ran several of the company’s largest multi-billion dollar businesses.
Scott is also faculty at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business for Executive Education, and is a former top desk columnist for Inc. (where he’s also been named a “Top 50 Leadership Innovator”). He’s also a LinkedIn Learning Instructor where he teaches how leaders can motivate by creating meaning.
Mike and Scott cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like Scott’s decision to leave a fast paced executive role in corporate America to pursue a life filled with meaning, why he felt a calling to help business leaders through keynote speeches and workshops, how he overcame feeling stuck during moments in his life, what he did to dedicate his time to mastery, and why he decided to bring new challenges into his life.
And now here’s Scott Mautz.
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