On most podcasts, we hear from people at the “top of the mountain” (they got funded! they built billion dollar companies! they sold their company!).

On MDM we like to hear from top of the mountain entrepreneurs and we also want to learn from leaders who are still making the climb. Leaders who have built inspiring and successful businesses through perseverance, reinvention, asking for help, and making big mindset shifts.

David Schnurman is one of those leaders, and there’s a lot to learn from him and what he’s accomplished as CEO of Lawline, a multi-million dollar company based in New York City. He’s also author of The Fast Forward Mindset: How to Be Fearless & Focused to Accelerate Your Success, and former president of the New York chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO). David joins Julia Pimsleur to share how to take action with more confidence; what to do when you hit a huge wall in your business; the concept of “good thing, bad thing, who knows”; his three-step process for fast-forwarding your mindset; and, how one big shift he made around focusing on others instead of on himself changed everything.

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