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Dave Ruel
Episode 811th May 2021 • Pursuing Profit with Principles • Regina Partain Bergman
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Fueled by his passion for entrepreneurship and human performance, this former competitive physique athlete turned serial entrepreneur, author, speaker and leadership mentor, Dave Ruel, launched Effic, an innovative leadership development company that helps busy entrepreneurs maximize their impact and freedom. Join me next time as I interview Dave Ruel.

Bio:  Dave Ruel is a former competitive physique athlete turned serial entrepreneur, author, speaker, and leadership mentor.



Relevant Timestamps:

[00:00]  Introduction

[14:10]  Sustainability comes from finding the root cause and then finding a permanent and sustainable solution

[18:16]   The value of strategy versus tactics in sustainability

[26:12]   Done by noon

[29:21]   4 types of entrepreneurial tasks

[33:35]   What is Drift and how to avoid it

Key Takeaways:

  • Your why needs to be big enough
  • Systems and processes are key for resale ability
  • Financial Freedom is the ultimate goal
  • The cost of “drift” in your business
  • Find your zone of power and learn to outsource what is not your zone of power
  • Come from a place of service

Relevant Links:

https://www.daveruel.com

https://www.instagram.com/daveruel/?hl=en

https://www.linkedin.com/in/daveruel/?originalSubdomain=ca

https://www.effic.co/ 


Offer Link:  https://bit.ly/Effic

Schedule your Profit Acceleration Analysis today:

https://bit.ly/blueprintappointment

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What is coming up on our next episode:


Born with a heart defect that caused the doctors to tell his parents he wouldn’t survive past the age of 16, Tim has proven them all wrong.  But it hasn’t been easy.  He is the survivor of now 3 heart surgeries.  However, at death’s door after surgery number 2, he began thinking about what he had done with his life, and what he was going to do with the rest of it.  That experience led him on a journey to help other people LIVE their own life.



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