I’m excited to feature Erik J. Fisher on this episode. He is the host of the very successful Beyond the To-Do List Podcast. In each episode, he interviews notable authors and leaders about how to be productive and successful in work and in life. I love the show because it’s practical and down-to-earth.
He is also the co-author, along with Jim Woods, of the book Ready Aim Fire!: A Practical Guide To Setting And Achieving Goals which is volume 1 of a series based on his podcast.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Erik on the topics of goals, what it means to be successful, and a few other topics that will be of interest to anyone seeking to make a difference with their art and work.
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Interview with Erik Fisher
In this interview, Erik shares with us:
- The story behind how his podcast came about
- Why he’s so passionate about the topic of goals
- How setting goals can help you make 2014 your best year yet
- How you can set aside your perfectionist nature and press on toward your goals
- His advice for building a support system in your life
- How he would invest $500 in personal growth
- The common denominators of success, based on his interviews with successful people
- How he makes time for all his responsibilities
- The podcasts and books that are impacting him
- Beyond the To-Do List with Erik Fisher
- Starve the Doubts with Jared Easley
- Life in the Woods with Blake Stratton
- Ask Pat with Pat Flynn
- 48 Days with Dan Miller
- The Chris LoCurto Podcast
- Die Empty by Todd Henry
- Living Into Focus by Arthur Boers
- Maximize Your Potential by Jocelyn K. Glei
- Manage Your Day-to-Day by Jocelyn K. Glei
- Say Goodbye to Survival Mode by Crystal Paine
- Ready Aim Fire! by Jim Woods and Erik Fisher
Connect with Erik
If you enjoyed this episode, send Erik a Tweet: @erikjfisher.
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