Dan Waldschmidt

Everything you think you know about success is wrong! Set Goals. Work Hard. Be Persistent. That’s the typical success advice you can probably repeat in your sleep. The type of advice that doesn’t seem to work for you — or anyone you know, for that matter.
You work your butt off, but at the end of the day, you’re no closer to success than you were yesterday. The ugly truth is that it’s not what you’re doing that is holding you back.
It’s who you are. It’s the baggage between your ears that keeps you from achieving your dreams and goals. That’s why Dan Waldschmidt is changing the conversation about success. It’s why you need to have an EDGY conversation.

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About the Author

Dan’s been called the “best in the world” by the Wall Street Journal & profiled in INC Magazine, Businessweek, BBC & in hundreds of articles and radio shows around the world.

Part psychologist, part “people watcher,” he speaks at leading universities, Fortune 50 firms, & industry events about achieving success in business and life. Using experiences from his time training as an ultimate fighter, high-growth CEO, & ultra-runner, Dan delivers an unforgettable experience to jump-start your crowd.

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