Nov 11, 2019
Four years ago, Ken Wentworth was offered the position of Managing Director at a top-tier corporation. Within 15 minutes, he knew there was something else he could be doing. Something that would allow him to help more people. Ken turned in his resignation to start something new. And today, he can honestly say that he LOVES his job. So, where did Ken get the courage to shed the golden handcuffs and take a different path?
Ken is the creator of Mr. Biz Solutions, a consulting practice that helps clients run their businesses more profitably and efficiently. Ken served in a top leadership role at a Fortune 15 company for 22 years before transitioning to entrepreneurship, and he is the bestselling author of Cash Flow Pro and Pathway to Profits.
On this episode of Men on Purpose, Ken joins Emerald to explain what called him to walk away from a C-suite corporate job to become an entrepreneur. He offers insight around making difficult decisions, challenging us to reflect on the times we’ve gone all-in to help us get clear on what to do now. Ken also shares the pivotal role coaching played in helping him start his business and invites us to develop a willingness to invest in ourselves. Listen in for Ken’s advice on setting and celebrating goals tied to cash flow and learn to hone your own courage muscle.
What called Ken to leave a Fortune 15 company for entrepreneurship
How knowing he could help more people gave Ken the courage to quit
The powerful exercise Ken did to uncover the work he does now
How reflecting on times we’ve gone all-in can help us get clear
The pivotal role coaching played in helping Ken start his business
Ken’s insight around the value of being willing to invest in ourselves
How a mentor can help us realize our untapped potential
Why Ken sets goals tied to cash flow and creates visual reminders
Ken’s plan to celebrate hitting 500 subscribers with a trip to Bora Bora
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.