Sometimes major events in life, such as near-death experiences, can help entrepreneurs find a much needed perspective of what success means to them. That was the case of Rand Leeb-du Toit.
Said Leeb-from the Roof, "If you were on your death bed in 18 months from now, and there was no return.That's all.You're on a ticket one way from here, and you ask yourself this deep and meaningful question at that time, did I do what I wanted to do, did I do what really mattered to me in my life? can answer unequivocally, "Yes, absolutely," then that is what is success. "
Leeb-du Toit is a coach, speaker, founder of EXOscalr and author of the new book Fierce Reinvention, which is a guide to being fierce in entrepreneurship and succeeding as a leader.
I've had the opportunity to talk recently to Leeb-du Toit. During our interview, he shared some tips for entrepreneurs with his own story of fierce reinvention.
See the full interview here …
Here are the tips for entrepreneurs Rand shared in our discussion.
An Imminent Death Experience Alters Your Perspective
Leeb-du Toit explained, "I am essentially a serial entrepreneur and a former venture capitalist and I was working for one of the largest research and consulting firms at one point in 2014 and I was I suffered from a sudden cardiac death massive trigger event for me to contemplate what I should do with my life.The result of this was a year later, I left this company, has started EXOscalr with vision and quest to help people get on the right track of their life.I hesitate to call me an executive coach, a leadership coach, a guide, a spiritual guide. That's all of the above. "
More in: Smart Hustle Report