Join Clint McPherson and guest Henry Daas as they talk about the wonders of coaching that other forms of education just can't seem to achieve.

Show Notes

Henry explains what entrepreneurial arrogance is, why books and courses don't work for most entrepreneurs, the seven silos of every business, and the most important lesson he learned on partnership. If you remove teachers and leave students to learn from books, for Henry, that's just going to be chaos. That's why, for him, the glory of coaching is that nothing can ever replace the potency of one on one relationships.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Henry Daas – entering entrepreneurship through an accidental business
  • Coaching > Books and courses
  • What is CODFISH?
  • The different hats you need to wear as an entrepreneur
  • Be careful and smart about who you bring in as your partner
  • And so much more!

About Henry Daas:

Henry Daas is a dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker, serial entrepreneur, author, coach, screenwriter, avid golfer, biker, and international traveler. He is also a licensed real estate salesperson in the state of Connecticut.

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