Today he is one of the top-rated speakers on the lecture circuit. Tim is the author of four books, including the New York Times bestseller Love Is the Killer App: How To Win Business & Influence Friends. It’s been translated into over a dozen languages and has been featured in Fast Company, USA Today, the New York Times, The Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor and on CNN. He’s a master storyteller who offers listeners actionable takeaways that produce results right away. That’s why he’s one of the top speakers on the lecture circuit.
Tim’s Key Points
- Success is not a direction, you never get there.
- Don’t focus on negativity, you’ll give up control.
- Fill your mind with good stuff.
- Website – www.timsanders.com
- Landing page – www.timsanders.com/turningpint
- Twitter – https://twitter.com/sanderssays
- I was so lucky to be on the ground floor of Mark Cubans company.
- For 15 years, psychologically I’d been going sideways.
- When I was a junior in college, my father was murdered.
- Until that moment, my life was on a rocket ship, I’d already turned it round before.
- I read a quote by Napoleon Hill “Put yourself back in a time when you were loved and when you felt like anything was possible and realises that, that time can be this time.”
- I knew I could be that guy again.
- I called my mum and she asked me one question, “What are you not doing today, that you were doing back when you were on top.”
- Success is not a destination, you never get there.
- Success is a direction and that direction is forward.
- Feed your mind good stuff.
- If you focus on the negative, if you give up control of your mind, you will get bogged down with fear and you won’t move forward.
- Ego economics will get the best of you.
- If you want to be a helpful person, make it clear that you want nothing in return.
- If you’re a likeable manager, you’ll get 30% more productivity out of your people.
- People who are highly liable get better service.
- Don’t worry about being liked, worry about having a likeable personality.
- Make yourself relevant to the other person and they will like you.
- I’ve never found a truly vicious person who ended up happy with what they accomplished.
- I didn’t want to just be a speaker I wanted to speak about the findings of my research.
- 1:10 – The start
- 2:15 – A personal life turning point
- 4:34 – An all important call
- 6:21 – My first book
- 9:03 – Why we stop striving
- 11:57 – Ego economics
- 15:55 – Likability
- 21:29 – Leadership
- 24:48 – Modern society
- 26.22 – Deeper Media
- 31:42 – Guest links