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Summary

In this episode, I interview Harvey Goldberg, a Vistage Chair and speaker who’s talk on triggers inspired my first triggers episode a few months ago. In part 1, we will talk about Harvey’s background, how he got into doing this talk and why your ‘Trigger Theme’ helps you bring value to those around you.

Transcript

It is Friday February 23rd and I’m Josh Newton.

Welcome to the I’m Josh Newton Show where it is all about putting your potential into practice. Today we have another interview. This interview is going to be with Harvey Goldberg Harvey is a Vistage chair and a vistage speaker and he is the person who actually introduced me to this concept of triggers. The first episode that I did on triggers was one of my most popular and it was one of the most responded to episodes I ever had when I was primarily doing things on Anchor and I got tons of call-ins about this and lots of really great question. So I decided to reach out to Harvey and see if he’d be willing to do an interview on the podcast and he graciously accepted. He is going to provide a ton of value to you – understanding what value you bring to the world and why your triggers are tied to that.

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Resources

Follow Harvey on LinkedIn.

Mastering Triggers Program: www.masteringtriggers.com

Book Harvey: masteringtriggers.com/speaking

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