EP170 - Being Extraordinary is not Convenient with Brandon Steiner
Join Alex and Brandon Steiner as they discuss all about why the little things are important and why your first idea isn't your best idea. Brandon is the inventor of The Everything Bagel, Founded Steiner Sports & Collectable Exchange. He is also a 4-time author who has made appearances all over major media outlets.
His titles at the moment of publishing this Podcast are:
1. Living on Purpose: Stories About Faith, Fortune and Fitness that Will Lead You to an Extraordinary Life
2. You Gotta Have Balls: How a Kid from Brooklyn Started from Scratch, Bought Yankee Stadium, and created a Sports Empire
3. The Business Playbook: Leadership Lessons From the World of Sports
4. Stop Selling and Start Solving
In this episode we discuss:
- What you can control, getting better and helping others
- Giving up control
- Results vs Progress
- What is happy anyway
- Your 1st idea is never your best
- Getting the Mark Messier Deal after the New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup
- What are you willing to accept
- Marriage mindset
- Importance of mentors
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Alex Terranova is a DreamMason, the author of Fictional Authenticity, a Personal & Professional Performance Coach, and he Hosts The DreamMason Podcast, Flip the Lens & Co-Hosts The Coaching Show Podcast. He supports strong & successful high achievers to unmask convention, embrace the rebel within them, and more deeply explore the complex and agitated edges of our existence to create more clarity, freedom, and success. Alex has been featured on NBC, Fox, Focus TV’s Good Morning LaLa Land, NBC Radio, Elephant Journal, The University of Adversity Podcast, The Unleash Success Podcast, The Rising Man Podcast, The Sovereign Society Podcast, Love Living Radio, and an episode of The Villain Crusher.