Define Your Own Success

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Podcast Ep. 27 with Troy Ritchie

Embracing the Power of Imperfection

You don’t have to wait until everything is perfect before you jump in and do the thing you were born to do. Is the feeling of inadequacy holding you back? Fear no longer! 

Troy Ritchie, author of the book¬†You Got It, Now Go Get It, shows us how doing something we’re not naturally good at can inspire others to go after their God-given dreams.

About Troy

When Troy Ritchie was laid off, alongside his entire department, he embraced the challenge. After a successful career as a Senior Sales Professional, he now had time to examine his life. How does success happen? How is it sustained? Well, it all comes down to your definition of success.

Define Your Success with Troy Ritchie

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Highlights

Here are a few highlights from the episode:

  • 0:52 – Troy shares about his morning routine and micro podcast.
  • 2:10 – Troy explains the “power of suck” and how imperfection inspires others
  • 7:41 – Defining success and Troy’s book
  • 12:48 – How ADHD led to a great book title
  • 15:12 – Thoughts on authenticity done well
  • 17:11 – Troy’s challenge to his readers
  • 17:52 – The power to succeed
  • 18:42 – The X-Factor explained
  • 22:02 – Our identity in Christ
What people don't realize is that you have a greater reach of influence when you're doing something you're not good at. ~ Troy Ritchie

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