David Wood, founder of Focus.ceo, has some unique bullet points on his bio:
- He built the world’s largest coaching business with 150,000 followers
- He was ranked #1 on google for “life coaching” out of 23 million results
- He’s the author of “Get Paid for Who You Are”with foreword by Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup fame
- He has taught laser focus to leaders at Facebook, Square, Warner Bros, Salesforce—as well as Colorado prison inmates
- He has appeared on CNN Headline News, Forbes and has done over 180+ podcast interviews!
He’s my latest guest on the Go For Launch podcast, where he shared his advice on how to stay focused, avoid “Shiny Object Syndrome,” and accomplish bigger goals in your life.
In addition to the above accomplishments, David was nominated to the exclusive Transformational Leadership Council alongside such thought leaders as Don Miguel Ruiz, John Gray, and Marianne Williamson.
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