Are you stuck in your entrepreneurial journey? Learn how adventures lead to business breakthroughs in my conversation with Tom Crawshaw, who is known as the Adventure-preneur.
Tom Crawshaw helps entrepreneurs and business owners face their fears, change their story and create abundance in all areas of their life through his 3-day Adventure Breakthrough Experience with The Rise-Up Academy.
Tom talks about overcoming a life-threatening attack on his way to becoming an entrepreneur. Other topics we discuss include:
- Why he wishes he had sought out mentors earlier
- The first business he started with a friend, and some of his early struggles
- What helped him turn the corner (The Foundation with Dane Maxwell)
- How he started coaching (in the fitness industry)
- When he started traveled around the world, getting his sky diving license, rock climbing and doing other adventures
- How he formed the Rise Up Academy to empower entrepreneurs with what he calls Adventure Experiences
- Two of your favorite ways to “change things up,” (novelty and excitement)
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Photo credit: Dave Hunt (Flickr)
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