Dan Clark is the CEO of a multimillion dollar corporation and one of the most in-demand speakers in the world. He’s an entertainer, songwriter, recording artist, a New York Times bestselling author and an expert on success.
And he says that we’ve got the idea of success all wrong. It’s not about bigger houses, cooler cars and more money; it’s about wanting what we get so that our lives matter.
In his new book “The Art of Significance,” Dan says there’s a big difference between success and significance.
Dan also disputes the old saying “there’s no i in team.” He explains why focusing on the I is a crucial part of winning and why teams always lose.
Find out how a football injury that left him physically and emotionally paralyzed for 14 months made him not only reexamine his life but his entire way of thinking.
Plus, how important are the people around you? Dan explains his theory that we’re the average of the five people we spend the most time with.
Click here to visit Dan’s website and to see the video of him traveling to the edge of space that he mentions in the interview.