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This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world.

In this episode, Tim is with Pat Mancuso, the CEO of Mancuso Consulting Group. He's been an entrepreneur his whole life, creating all kinds of high-level businesses, and one of the things that made him kind of a star in the real estate world is he worked with Keller Williams Real Estate and his company grew to almost over 800 agents and nearly $1 billion in sales volume in less than four years. Also, he's facilitated over 30,000 one-on-one coaching and consulting sessions, which gave him rich learning experiences about businesses and company culture.

Tune in now and get a hold of all the wisdom Pat has shared especially about principles you can live by to keep your success momentum and why his company was able to grow in the culture that they foster.

 

Quotes:

“It's not about the success. It's about the failures. It's about the setbacks. And the more setbacks you have the more learning opportunities that you have.” - Pat Mancuso

“You can't see more potential than others if you don't see it in yourself.” - Pat Mancuso

“I realized that how you grow a great organization is that first, you understand the behavior of the organization and that behavior starts with the CEO.” - Pat Mancuso

“When you unpeel issues within an organization, they all end up going back to people.” - Pat Mancuso

 

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https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr

https://mesmerizingleadership.com/ 

https://powermindsetprogram.com

 

https://www.patmancuso.com/ 



Show Notes:

[00:30] Greetings and introduction of Pat Mancuso

[01:50] The key ingredients that made Pat successful over the years

[05:21] Why entrepreneurs are not satisfied with the status quo

[10:28] Some of the most common self-limiting beliefs that Pat find people struggle with

[14:49] Having somebody around you that has the ability to ask you powerful questions to change the perspective of your story 

[18:33] Using your gifts to impact others around you

[22:01] The company culture that attracted 800 people

[32:01] Some challenges that CEOs have especially around COVID

[39:22] Where pat thinks the real estate industry is going in the next 5-10 years   

[42:38] Know more about Pat Mancuso and his company’s services

 

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