Joe Sanok is one of the most enterprising people I know. We are old friends who started a band and a nonprofit together a decade and a half ago. We both went our way and haven’t regularly kept up. But Joe hasn’t stopped finding creative ways to build things and provide and capture value.
He started a counseling practice of his own on the side, grew it into a full-time gig, then started hiring people to help, and now he’s launched a podcast, website, conference and series of products aimed at helping other counselors do the same.
This episode is not just about counseling practices. It’s a great exploration of mindsets for success. We talked about his beginnings in Kirby sales, starting his own counseling service, keeping his finances in control and how to look beyond the zero-sum-game view.
Joe also states what he sees as the biggest obstacle people face when they want to launch something of their own into the world and shares his E-Course with listeners:
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