• Who Do You Want to Be a Hero To?: Answer Just One Question and Clarify Who You Can Always Be

  • By: Dan Sullivan
  • Narrated by: Dan Sullivan
  • Length: 1 hr and 47 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Not all heroes wear capes. You might not think of yourself as a hero, but every time you create value for others, you're benefiting people and making life easier or better for them in some way. The question is, "Who do you want to be a hero to?" By identifying the key audience you want to create value for, you focus yourself on the most crucial people in your life, helping them to grow their capabilities - and growing your own as well.

©2019 Dan Sullivan (P)2019 Dan Sullivan

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Fantastic!!

I really enjoyed Dan's book - it was a quick but insightful read. I've also purchased the audible version to listen on the go. This focus of being a hero in other people's lives can help make you feel like you're taking a jump in terms of your own future (in any area you may have felt like you were falling behind). Not only can you more clearly recognize who can be a hero to you, but you can also focus on how you create value for others and take steps to grow that. Would recommend this to everyone!

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More like a podcast. Conversational, interview.

this book is more like an audio podcast in the form of an interview. The key takeaway here is to help yourself you help others.

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enlightens interview of the book author

fortright interview of co-worker asking author to expand or explain books key points...has boys material websites info

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Fantastic listen! On my 4th time through. Making the seemingly complex superbly simple to grasp. Super valuable, highly recommend.