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Charting Your Next Level with Alan Lazaros
Episode 17016th January 2024 • Freedom Nation Podcast • Jeff Kikel
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Today's guest is a true game-changer in the personal development space – Alan Lazaros. Not only is he a seasoned podcast host, but he's also a dynamic coach. Alan shares his inspiring journey, from early adversity to career success and a life-altering car accident that became his Freedom Day. Tune in to discover how Alan shifted from achievement-focused to holistic fulfillment and now guides others at Next Level University.

Listen as we discuss coaching approaches, Dream Lining goal-setting, and the qualities Alan looks for in clients. The episode places a particular emphasis on the bedrocks of success – consistency, humility, and community building for growth-oriented individuals. Alan also previews his upcoming project, "The Next Level Audio Blog," offering a unique blend of podcasts, blogs, and audiobooks.

Whether you're a business owner aiming to scale or someone embarking on a new venture, this episode provides valuable insights to help you reach your next level. So, buckle up and join us in this deep-dive discussion on personal and professional development that might just spark a transformation in your journey!

About the Guest:

Alan Lazaros is the CEO, Founder, Co-Host & Peak Performance Business Coach at his company. With a powerful combination of technical expertise and business acumen, he is a Business Coach, Consultant, Trainer, and Speaker specializing in helping businesses maximize their growth, impact, and profitability online.

Alan believes in a heart-driven but no BS approach to inspiring, motivating & educating others on what it REALLY takes to get to the next level.

At age 2, Alan's father passed away in a car accident. At age 26, he questioned everything after getting into a nearly fatal car accident himself. It made him question who he was and the choices he was making.

Filled with regret, Alan searched for answers and found two of the brightest lights he’d ever seen. The first was a book by Bronnie Ware called “The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying”, and the second was a Ted Talk by Tony Robbins. Both helped Alan find his way and decide to go ALL IN on self-improvement to design a life of meaning and purpose.

Now it’s Alan's mission to help others design fulfilling lives, maximize their potential, and build aligned businesses they love on their own terms. His primary areas of expertise are Peak Performance, Productivity, Organizational Design, and Individual, Team & Business Optimization.

Website: https://www.nextleveluniverse.com/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanlazarosllc

Fast Five Questions

  1. If you woke up and your business was gone, you have $500, a laptop, a place to live, and food, what would you do first? " I would start a podcast about my passion"
  2. What is the biggest mistake that you have made in business? "Allowing someone to be the CEO of a company when they're not a strong leader"
  3. What is a book that you would recommend? "The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy"
  4. What is a tool that you use everyday that you would recommend? "WhatsApp"
  5. What is your definition of freedom? "Having consciousness, capabilities and capital"


About Jeff: 

Jeff spent the early part of his career working for others. Jeff had started 5 businesses that failed before he had his first success. Since that time he has learned the principles of a successful business and has been able to build and grow multiple seven-figure businesses. Jeff lives in the Austin area and is actively working in his community and supporting the growth of small businesses. He is a board member of the Incubator.Edu program at Vista Ridge High School and is on the board of directors of the Leander Educational Excellence Foundation

Connect with the Freedom Nation podcast at https://freedom-nation-podcast.captivate.fm/

Connect with Jeff:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freedomnationpodcast/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeffKikel

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffkikel/


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