Having big dreams is one thing, but actually turning them into reality? Well, that’s a whole other skill in itself. Today, our guest Steve Sims talks about how to cultivate the habits and mindset to make the impossible happen.
Steve Sims is the visionary founder of Bluefish, the world’s first luxury concierge that delivers the highest level of personalized travel, transportation, and cutting-edge entertainment services to corporate executives, celebrities, professional athletes, and other discerning individuals interested in living life to its fullest.
Steve has been called “The Modern Day Wizard of Oz” and has worked for royalty, presidents, A-list celebrities, the rich and famous, and the richer and unknown. Bluefish has been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Entrepreneur, Variety, Worth, and many other publications.
Steve is also the author of Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen. He’s been a keynote speaker at venues including Harvard and the Pentagon and has spoken at many top entrepreneurial groups, including Mastermind Talks, Genius Networking Events, and Entrepreneurial Society of SF.
In this episode, Steve and I talk about how understanding a person’s “why” will always be more motivating than money, how to break through the clutter and get noticed by people who matter, why it’s important to always stay true to yourself, and much more.
In a world of insta-perfect lives, people are looking for people who are transparent, that they can see what you stand for and who you are–without complications, covers, and shields.”
- Life is about telling better stories
- How finding a win-win will always be more powerful than money
- Ask why three times
- Why relationship building—and the ability to relate to others—is the “gold of the future”
- The chug test, and how it can help you know who you really are
- How to command people’s attention, be more memorable and make communication more personal
- It takes zero effort for you to be you
- What everyone’s trying to do, do the opposite
Stop trying to be who you think impresses everyone else. Be you. You’ll find easier relationships, you’ll find stronger relationships, and you’ll find people that can relate to you.”
Connect with Steve
- Text “uglyworks” to 345345
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