What Story Do You Want To tell About Your Life? With David Butler

January 27, 2021

Today I sit down with a very special guest, David Butler, to discuss everything from leadership, employee engagement, and how to live a fulfilling life. You don’t want to miss this one! David has over 30 years of leadership, consulting, and enterprise growth experience. His international business portfolio is impressive. He is the founder of Spanvest, an organization focused on helping “Companies Get and Keep People Motivated & Enthusiastic Even When Things Are Constantly Changing”. He’s been in top positions for renowned organizations such as Franklin Covey, Brian Tracey International, and is a certified global leadership coach, stakeholder leadership coach, and certified partner for everything DiSC. David received a Master in International Management from Thunderbird Global School of Business, and an MBA from Esade Business School from Spain.

It is my sincere pleasure to sit down with such a qualified and stellar human being. David welcome to the show!

This Week’s PRO TIP is: We want you to go through David’s list of 7 tips for happiness and just pick one to really focus on and incorporate into your life this week. The list is

  1. Serve others
  2. Get regular exercise to move.
  3. Express gratitude
  4. Live in the moment
  5. Define true success (hint: success is not happiness when you have more money)
  6. Surround yourself with positive people
  7. Make the choice to be happy

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3 comments on “What Story Do You Want To tell About Your Life? With David Butler”

  1. Gosh Neal,
    I just came across this comment from my older sister (by 9 yrs). A few years back she wrote a biographical paperback about our family titled First They Worked". It's basically the (seldom-told "Grapes of Wrath" ...ish) story of a post WWII migrant workers family...a young couple who in the 50s and the 60s went from 1 to 10 kids and how they/we grew up working in the fruit orchards of Northern California. Though it isn't a rags-to-riches story, it is a story deeply rooted in "the Law of the Farm". Maybe someday we might discuss it further. -:)
    Dave Butler

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