Dan Waldschmidt

Dan Waldschmidt

    Dan Waldschmidt is an international business strategist, speaker, author, and extreme athlete.  His consulting firm solves complex marketing and business strategy problems for savvy companies all over the world. Dow Jones calls his Edgy Conversations blog one of the top sales sites on the internet. He’s been profiled in Business Week, INC Magazine, BBC, Fox News, The Today Show, and Business Insider, has been the featured guest on dozens of radio programs, and has published hundreds of articles on progressive business strategy. He is author of Edgy Conversations: How Ordinary People Achieve Outrageous Success.     Waldschmidt     Waldschmidt Partners is the strategy firm that leaders look to for help when they need solutions to hard business problems. Our insights are profound. Our reach is global. We deliver results time and time again. We’re emotionally invested in you dominating your corner of the world. We’ve got your back. Even when it’s not easy, we’re doing what it takes to make sure you are where you want to be.    

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Edgy Conversations by Dan Waldschmidt

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Making It Out Of The “During” Stage.

There are a lot of untold stories in business. Have you noticed that? Most books about business success or self-improvement, in general, spend a lot of time on two parts of the journey — the beginning and the end. If you’re overweight and feel lousy, here’s what you need to do so so that eventually …

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One Smart Way to Make Doing Hard Things Easier.

Here’s the thing about working hard. It’s hard. And while that makes obvious sense, I have found that I’m not really good at making what is hard a little bit easier. That’s part of the crazy mindset that I’ve been trying to fix over the last few years. I used to revel in doing things …

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The Power of Saying No

This episode of Dan’s podcast will remind us that clarity comes from activity and not the other way around. You can’t wait to know what you are going to do perfectly before you get started.

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You’ve Got This.

You’ve got this. This moment you’re going through right now. This trying time. The sleepless nights. The tossing and turning. The self-doubt and embarrassment that you feel. You’ve got this. Let me remind you that life is what you make it. The outcomes you experience aren’t always fun or fair or logical. Sometimes it just …

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What Do You Want

This podcast episode talks about the importance of knowing our purpose in life. As we age, this purpose that we focused on might change. What we want at 4 years old is not the same at 40 years old. Your life purpose is your contribution. If you don’t know your purpose you will not be …

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You Don’t Have To Enjoy The Pain To Celebrate The Progress You Are Making.

They call it the pain cave. I never heard it called that before. So I stopped and paused. Turned my head a little. The pain cave? I was new to ultra-running and felt out of place as a group of seasoned competitors were talking about how they would feel in the race. We were all …

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On Being Effective

“Being effective is not just doing more work but stop it, put yourself in a position where you can look at where you are and know if it’s working. ” – Dan Waldschmidt

This episode talks about being effective versus being efficient. Performing or functioning in the best possible manner with the least waste of time and effort, Being effective is about doing the right things while being efficient is about doing things right.

As you listen to this episode, try to ask yourself this question, Is this getting me closer to where I want to be?

Recommended book: The Miracle Club by Mitch Horowitz

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5 Unshakeable Truths About The Power Of Positive Thinking.

You only have to spend a little bit of time around negative people to know the devastating impact of thoughts. What you think about most becomes the reality of your life. If you are controlled by bitterness and regret, all you seem to see around you are things that make you angry and frustrated. The …

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18 Things Winners Believe.

Winners see the world differently than everyone else. They aren’t perfect. And they don’t get an easier version of life than you do. But they always seem to bounce forward. No matter what obstacles push them down. No matter what problems stand in their way. No matter how loud the skeptics doubt or the critics

Getting A Clear Picture Of Success.

Take a moment to breathe. You might be surprised at what a fresh perspective can do for you. The stakes are high. But they’ve always been that way. You’re left bothered by where you are. You’re concerned by all the places you need to be and the progress you need to make. In truth, there

I Make Way Too Many Excuses.

I’ve finally come to a starting realization — I make too many excuses. I hate it when my team tells me that something isn’t possible. Yet I’ll tell myself that a big goal I want to achieve isn’t really a possibility. I make an excuse. I pave the way to let myself down gently when I

What You Put Into You.

What you put into yourself is what you get out. Happiness in. Happiness out. Anger in. Anger out. You’re going to have bad days where you do things you’re not proud of. But as a rule, your output is directly related to your input. If you are like most people, you will spend a significant

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