February 20, 2019

Finding the Way Back to Center, with David Meltzer

Episode 30:

Dave Meltzer is the CEO of Sports 1 Marketing, a Forbes “Top 10 Keynote Speaker“, award-winning humanitarian, and two-time national best-selling author, with 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur and executive in the legal, technology, sports, and entertainment fields. With expertise across many industry verticals, he is uniquely positioned as a world-renowned thought leader, business strategist and leading humanitarian.

Dave has created a platform that allows him to communicate with everyone from college students to c-suite executives by using his principles for business and life: gratitude, empathy, accountability, and effective communication. Utilizing these four principles every day allows Dave to live by his mission, “make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun.”

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why a crushing financial lesson taught David that everything in his life happens through him, not for him or to him
  • How David determined the four key values that he lives by: gratitude, empathy, accountability and effective communication
  • How those four values have shaped David’s life and helped him find his purpose and desire to enrich the lives of others
  • How David was able to turn his four values into a new paradigm, bringing himself into the upper echelons of thought leaders
  • Why it’s easier to teach someone through your actions than to teach them through your words
  • How the book “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill helped shape David’s views on success
  • How David defines “being a student of your calendar”, and how it shapes his self-awareness
  • Why it is important to understand, identify, and be aware of your ego and how it stands in the way of moving in the right direction
  • How David uses meditation to help center himself, and how it took ten years of practice and study to get to where he is
  • Why David wants the legacy he leaves behind to be one of service and of helping other people

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