How To Be Rich (It's Not What You Think)

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Episode #249 of Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to.

If you don’t take what you do at work very seriously, Tim Sanders has some thoughts for you. Tim is the former Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo! and later their Leadership Coach. Since he left Yahoo!, Sanders has been on a journey to become a modern day Napolean Hill or Dale Carnegie. Through the digital channels, speaking and his three best-selling business books (Love Is The Killer App, The Likeability Factor and Saving The World At Work), Sanders is on a mission to make every person – everyday – really think about their purpose and what they’re bringing not only to their work, but to the world. HIs newly published book, Today We Are Rich, is meant to foster and develop complete confidence in everything that you do. It’s a powerful read and it was a pleasure to catch up with Tim again. If you need a push, this is for you. Enjoy the conversation…

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast #249.

9 comments

  1. Really loved the interview. There can’t be enough drivers of ‘humanizing’ the business. Great explanation of purpose as well as passion.
    Btw, who is the artists of the beautiful (acoustic?) song, Heat of the moment? Thanks!

  2. I loved this talk. I was just talking with my wife about the drive for business for people. This hits home and reminded me how I prepared for my Thesis presentation in University.
    I ended up following Tim on Twitter and joining his Facebook Page. Oh and downloading the free ebook. I’m probably one of those that will convert….

  3. What an enlightening talk. I’m at that point of my life where I seriously need a push in the right direction, and his words are just pure inspiration.

  4. Nice interview. I always imagine how lucky we are to get enormous amount of good stuffs we get from here. I often share this kinds of info with my business partner.

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