When you’re self-employed, peak performance is hugely important—after all, the success of your business is entirely up to you. It’s an ongoing subject of interest for me, something I learned a ton about while collaborating with the intrepid Commander Mark Divine on The Way of the SEAL, and something I continue to study. For me, peak performance means I am operating at my best, accomplishing my goals, and delivering on a high level. It covers everything from goal-setting to planning to productivity.
Thor Conklin’s all about peak performance, too, and he’s made the pursuit of high-level achievement the center of his business. After reading Mark’s book, he invited me on the Peak Performers Podcast to talk about what it takes to write a powerful business book, how listeners can get started, and what insider tips I might offer to those interested in writing or hiring out their first book.
In an interview that Thor has edited into three super-focused podcast episodes, we discussed:
We had a great time chatting and I know you’ll pick up a lot of useful insights and tips from our sessions. If you listen, don’t forget to rate and/or review the podcast! Podcasters turn out excellent content on the regular, for free, so give a little love back by taking a few minutes to click on some stars and write a few words of praise.
The Peak Performers Podcast is a show about how to get things done. Do you know what to do but can’t figure out why you are not executing what you already know? If so, this Podcast will give you the tools, strategies, and psychology to not only break through the choke point but to truly become a Peak Performer. Thor shares tools and strategies as well as interviews with inspiring Peak Performers from many areas of life and business.
You may not be as ready as you think you are.
- Learn the nine steps every successful book project goes through and get tips on how to check crucial items off your list.