017 – Connect, Listen and Respond – with Jamie Douraghy

  • June 28, 2016
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Jamie Douraghy’s journey as an entrepreneur is closely related to his active lifestyle as he has been a competitive fencer for over 37 years. In this podcast Jamie shares with us how his passion has taught him the importance of focus, determination and drive, giving us an interesting parallel between being an athlete and being an entrepreneur. Jamie shares the importance of staying physically fit, positive morning rituals as well as, that having a mentor was very mind-opening.

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“One of the key thing that I do and continue to do is to stay physically active, which helps me think clearly and have the clarity to make the right decisions as an entrepreneur.”

“for a big part of my life not having a mentor was like walking in the dark and by having a mentor show me what I couldn’t see, it was very mind-opening.”

“I found myself through my mentor.”

“Responsibility has to trump friendship.”

“Connect – Listen – Respond”

Contact Jamie:

Twitter: @jdouraghy
Email: jamie@lifeworkintergration.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jdouraghy

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