Go For Stupid with STEVE SIMS

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In episode 141, Steve Sims & Chris Ross have another mind-blowing conversation and pick up right where they left off from episode 66 on The WIN-WIN Effect.

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Steve Sims is most well-known for working with some of the most potent, affluent people and events in the world via the launch of his concierge firm that had him titled The Real-Life Wizard of Oz by Forbes and Entrepreneur magazine.

During his 25 years in this role, he learned how to gain and work media for his company and the events he partnered with. Media that ranged from Robb Report, Wall St Journal, and London Sunday Times to the South China Morning Post and Australian Sunrise Morning show – in fact, well over 200 publications, TV, and magazine articles.

In fact, he became so good at it he spoke at Harvard TWICE!

Steve has worked/partnered with events and brands, including The Kentucky Derby, New York Fashion Week, Formula 1, Palm Beach Art Fair, Sir Elton John’s Oscar party, Tiffany, Piaget, Bang & Olufsen. He’s launched 3 credit cards, a magazine, and several books, including his bestselling book ‘BLUEFISHING – The Art of Making Things Happen’ to name a few accolades.

After the release of his best-selling book “BLUEFISHING – The Art of Making Things Happen” he set about a new chapter to see if what he managed to do for himself and the events/companies he worked with could be replicated for entrepreneurs, small business, and other brands – he discovered it could with raging success!

Since SIMS.MEDIA was officially launched. Steve and the team have been responsible for working with brands ranging from Audio to Makeup lines, authors to influencers, plumbers to podcasters.

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📎 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙉𝙤𝙩𝙚𝙨:
[0:00] Intro
[2:24] How Steve Describes Himself
[2:38] Curious, Aggravated, 5 yr old
[6:01] Importance of Asking “WHY”
[15:10] Art of Communication
[24:37] Importance of Having Difficult Conversations
[28:45] Non-Verbal Cues
[38:45] Go For Stupid (OCT 18th)
[49:47] Art of Achieving Ridiculous Results
[ 56:12] Outro

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