Creating high-performance teams and individuals with author Todd Herman
This week, Scott sits down with Todd Herman, author of the bestselling book, The Alter Ego Effect. Scott and Todd discuss strategies for becoming the performer you want to be and ignoring the perceptions that others may have that affect performance.
Todd Herman has been entrenched in the world of elite performers working with the highest achievers in sports and business for Over Two Decades.
Creator of the multi-award-winning Leadership & Skills Development Program, 90 Day Year, author of the WSJ bestselling book, ‘The Alter Ego Effect: The Power of Secret Identities to Transform Your Life’, and recipient of Inc. 500’s Fastest Growing Companies Award, as well as the ‘Rama Award for Wisdom and Leadership’, Todd’s professional programs are delivered annually to over 200,000 professionals in 73 countries.
Named by the Boston Herald as a “Training Superstar”, Todd has been featured on the Today Show, Sky News, Inc Magazine, CBS and Business Insider among others.
- The field of play theory
- The act of disassociation
- Understanding the roles we play
- Having phone booth moments
- Beyonce and Sasha Fierce
- The fallacy of authentic self
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