Daniel is the Founder and CEO of Building Champions, Inc. For the past 20-plus years, he has been coaching business leaders to peak levels of performance, profitability and fulfillment. In addition to serving as a CEO Mentor and trusted confidant to high-profile leaders, Daniel is also a sought-after speaker and best-selling author.
As both an Executive Coach and a practicing emergency physician at a major trauma & medical center in Southern California, Drew brings a unique perspective on how leaders can remove barriers to success. With degrees from Stanford University and Jefferson Medical College, as well as a number of coaching certifications, Drew is well-equipped to help leaders improve their efficiency and productivity.
As Vice President of Content Development, Todd’s primary job is to understand the story and science behind great leadership—and translate it into messages, content, products and presentations that help others improve how they lead themselves, their teams and their organizations well. Prior to joining Building Champions, he served in various marketing and communications roles all focused on delivering compelling messages that drove measurable outcomes.
Dallas is an American dog musher and four-time champion of the famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, a nearly 1,000-mile journey across the Alaskan wilderness. In addition to his racing career, Dallas is also a successful entrepreneur and sought-after keynote speaker. An innovator in the sport of sled dog racing, Dallas is able to take his experiences from the trail and use them to tell compelling stories that teach leaders about team development, lean concepts, perseverance and practical goal setting.
Patrick Khoo is a Certified Health Coach, Certified Associate Ergonomist, musculoskeletal health and wellness consultant and a trained physical therapist. He is based in Los Angeles and has worked in a variety of settings — from hospitals to community centers, financial institutions to sports fields, offices to homes and assisting the elderly. He is internationally experienced, having worked in Australia and the United Kingdom for 13 years before moving to America. He has a Bachelor in Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia. For more information, visit www.livewellassessments.com.
“Rest used correctly—when it’s preemptive, before the battery is at zero—is so much more powerful and beneficial that waiting until [you are] completely depleted.”
“If you can identify those activities and responsibilities that come with your role that truly rejuvenate you, and then work to intentionally make them more a part of your daily routine, you’ll find that you have more energy, both physically and mentally, and that will carry you throughout your day.”
Most of us treat our minds and our bodies like we treat our phone batteries. We run hard, pushing through without taking breaks, and we wear ourselves down to zero, thinking that whatever sleep we get will be enough to recharge us to 100 percent and prepare us for the next busy day. And we think this is the best way to get things done and succeed in business and in life. But what we don’t realize is that our bodies need moments to recharge throughout the day, and stopping to take efficient, purposeful breaks will actually help us to go further, faster in our lives and leadership.
Join us as we learn from four-time Iditarod champion Dallas Seavey and wellness expert Patrick Khoo about how you can rethink recharging and start implementing practices that will set you up for success throughout your days and weeks.
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