The New P&L on Why a Scarcity Mindset is Our Greatest Entrepreneurial Foe

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Paul Spiers, Founder, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business Podcast series

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Welcome to this week's The New P&L TO THE POINT where we break down our conversation with Susan Sly. Susan is a tech investor, best-selling author of seven books, keynote speaker, trainer and entrepreneur. Susan is also Co-CEO, and co-founder, of Radius AI – a Silicon Valley and Phoenix based AI company, founder of Agency 8 – a digital agency for start-ups, and CEO of Crimson Phoenix Marketing. Our host, Paul discusses: · The two key entrepreneurial character types – the dreamer and the doer/deliverer · Why we need to fall in love with the dream and the delivery of that dream · The scarcity mindset that many entrepreneurs have · The paradox at the heart of the entrepreneurial dreamer / doer dichotomy · Why we sometimes don’t take on the big tasks that will move us forward · Whether some entrepreneurs sub-consciously also fear same success they crave a · How we may be sabotaging ourselves in the delivering of our dream · How our thinking can work against us in terms of achieving what we believe we are destined to achieve Join The New P&L community: LI: Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership To join The New P&L movement go to: and subscribe.

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