What do you do with a highly successful 35 year career? You pay-it-forward. You take the ups and downs you experienced and share it with others and help them achieve not just professional success – but also personal success.
There seems to be an explosion of people hanging out their coach and mentor shingles. The difference with this weeks guest, Aaron Walker, is both the success he has had to share but also the life experience he brings to his coaching clients.
In this weeks show, Aaron shared :
- What was he first experience being an entrepreneur (Hint: At the ripe old age of 18)
- After the sale of his first business, what happened to get him off track
- What was the personal impact after his are accident that killed a pedestrian
- After the sale of his last business, what were his plans for the next phase of your life
- How did he get into coaching
- Why did he focus on life and business coaching of just men
- How does he think about prioritization when it comes to balancing professional and personal
- What is the best piece of advice he can share
- What is the most innovative idea he has implemented in his business (Interview Valet)
About Aaron Walker:
Aaron Walker is without question a veteran entrepreneur. Starting his first business at 18 and selling to a Fortune 500 company nine short years later demonstrates Aaron’s passion for succeeding. Unwilling to rest on past success Aaron started, bought and sold eight successful companies over the past 36 years. Having a strong desire for personal development has kept Aaron in a weekly mastermind group for more than a decade with Dave Ramsey, Dan Miller, Ken Abraham and seven other notable Nashvillians. Aaron has enjoyed a 35-year marriage with his beautiful wife, Robin. Today Aaron spends the majority of his time helping men grow in success and significance as President and Founder of View From The Top , a premier life and business coaching resource.
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