Are you ever curious about what it would be like to sit down with the author of a useful book and find out how she came to write the book and to dig deeper into the topic? Although the written word is powerful, there’s nothing like a conversation to flesh out ideas and check their application to your own situation.
This week I had the opportunity to interview Deborah Dubree, author of Average is an Addiction. We had a terrific conversation about what it means to be average, the cost of mediocrity, how to find your “edge” over the competition, the role of emotion in high performance, and how to bounce back from the inevitable defeat.
I’d intended to record one interview, but the conversation was so good that we recorded a second, each lasting about 20 minutes. Take a listen today to find out more about how you can step out of average, once and for all.
Download part 1 here (about 22 minutes)
Download part 2 here (about 18 minutes)
After you listen, please drop me a note and let me know how the conversation impacted you and what additional questions you’d like to ask.