Jan 9, 2019
“When one door closes, two others open.
We need to understand that there’s a reason why things happen to us
… and there is energy that helps us if we don’t fight it.
There is opportunity in change.”
Jacob Engel is the founder and CEO of The Prosperous Leader, a leadership training and consulting firm based in New York. He is also the author of The Prosperous Leader: How Smart People Achieve Success. Jacob’s leadership coaching philosophy is centered around the people that make up a company, and he encourages his clients to connect with and empower their employees. Jacob is a certified Positive Psychology Coach, Myers-Briggs Types Evaluator and 7 Habits Facilitator, and he is committed to helping everyone from the budding entrepreneur to C-suite leaders in large organizations.
Today, Jacob joins Emerald to share the moment of clarity when he made it his mission to study business growth. He talks courage and community, explaining how an openness to learning coupled with mentor support helped him start his own successful company. Jacob also describes how the stock market crash led to the creation of his leadership training firm as well as his book. Listen in to understand the qualities of a prosperous leader and learn how to look for the opportunity in change!
Why Jacob made it his mission to study business growth
What gave Jacob the courage to start his own company
The role of community plays in Jacob’s ongoing success
Jacob’s insight on the 3- to 5-year path to profitability
How Jacob’s career grew out of the stock market crash
The value in developing the skills to reinvent yourself
The inspiration for Jacob’s book, The Prosperous Leader
Jacob’s advice on embracing the abundance mentality
Jacob’s take on looking for the opportunity in change
Jacob’s attitude of gratitude for his impact on others
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.