Welcome to Get On Track, where we dive into living life at the limit and explore high performance in business, racing, and personal growth. In this episode, we discuss my journey into business consulting, personal growth, and ultimately fulfilling my dreams of owning a business and engaging in high-performance driving.
We’ll also explore the importance of surrounding ourselves with amazing people who share our goals and values. Throughout the episode, we discuss the importance of vision in high-performance driving, business, and life in general, drawing from my personal experiences on the racetrack and as a business management consultant. We delve into the importance of grip, breathing, and vision in high-performance driving and how these elements can be applied to business and personal growth. We also explore the challenges faced when trying to maintain control in both high-performance driving and business, highlighting the importance of adaptability, self-regulation, and finding ways to stay out of survival mode.
Finally, we excitedly announce upcoming events and opportunities to connect with fellow enthusiasts at Daytona, VIR, Carolina Motorsports Park, and Roebling Road Raceway. Join us on this exhilarating journey, where we’ll introduce you to a blend of communities, including business owners, personal branding experts, and high-performance driving enthusiasts. Whether you’re a business owner, aspiring entrepreneur, or just interested in high performance, this podcast is perfect for you. So buckle up and let’s Get On Track together!
In this episode, you will hear about:
- Living Life to the Limit
- Looking Up to Increase Vision
- Gripping, Breathing and High Performance Driving
- State Management & Performance
- Meeting Up at Motorsports Tracks
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