In this human motivation keynote, top executive coach Bryan Franklin discusses leadership and the entrepreneurial spirit that exists within all of us.
Every person -- not just every leader -- has their own perspective of the world. The paradox that exists within leadership is being able to focus on building the team and client list, but also staying true to yourself.
The majority of his speech discusses this point in deeper detail, leading up to what Franklin sees as the most important question someone can ask themselves. The question is to imagine a version of yourself who has no shame, no self-doubt, nothing to hide, nothing to prove and no one to answer to, and then ask that version what is that they want. According to Franklin's human motivation keynote, this is the most important question anyone can ask themselves.
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