If you want to get good results once, do what great leaders do.

If you want to get great results repeatedly, think like great leaders think.

We make 35,000 decisions every day and copying what someone does can only take you so far.

However, if we learn how to approach choices with a better way of thinking then we're likely to start seeing rapid improvements that compound over the course of our lifetime.

I'll be talking with great leaders and learning not just "WHAT" they think but "HOW" they think so that you can take their frameworks and apply them to your own life and leadership.

If there's a particular topic you'd like to hear on the podcast, send me an email to kenny@kennylange.com.

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