One of the hardest things to do is admit you are wrong, or made a mistake? It’s hard on our identities and our egos. But, as our Everyday Innovator guest, Richard Fertig, shares with us, admitting you are wrong pays off ten fold. He also digs deep into his strategy for building a global lifestyle. Richard also talks very honestly about the highs and lows of finding a new job after the 2008 crash and how his exciting ride on Wall Street put him in uncharted territory. Richard also shares his approach to getting unstuck with includes asking, “How do I move towards what I want?” not “How do I get away from that?” He also shares how he’s always willing to be wrong, even rewards it and why having the right metrics of success will keep you from getting trapped chasing the wrong goals.
Richard’s Everyday Innovator style: Risk Taker Instinctual
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