Become a Key Person of Influence

We have just been reading the book “Become a Key Person of Influence” by Daniel Priestley.

Here’s Dan explaining what a KeyPerson of Influence is at a recent event in London

We first met Daniel in 2009 and he was instrumental in our decision to move away from our traditional management consultancy business when he asked us back then what “we would love to be doing” and proceeded to map out a plan on the back of a napkin!

The answer was spending more time in our home in the mountains and skiing more than a few long weekends a year which we were only able to do then because of commitments to our clients.

This led us to look at how we could do this but at the same time utilise the skills we had  accumulated in the 20 plus years we had both been working with small businesses.

Daniel opened our eyes to the changing world of business and as a result we turned to the internet and found that this was something we could bring our skills and experience to and help many other aspiring entrepreneurs to do the same.

The key question to ask yourself is “If I was starting completely fresh, in a world where anything is possibe, what would I love to be doing?”

If you have not read Daniel’s book then we strongly suggest that you get yourself a copy because it will become ‘your bible’ and you will not just read it but change your life by applying what he teaches.  This is not just a book.  This is how to design your life!

You can get Dan’s book here

Become A Key Person Of Influence

If you would like to see how we can help you turn your passion into an sustainable online income and become a key person of influence please get in touch with us.

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6 Responses to Become a Key Person of Influence

  1. John Barton says:

    I have recommended John, our son, to read this – initial reaction – he thought it would be good! He has a surprise – it has totally inspired me and given me a much greater perspective on life. What do I know? All I know is that it is inspiring me to look at a much bigger picture than ever before. It is like a game plan for your future. Watch this space.

  2. The elements of my life redesign are all written on my Bucket List and I’m moving forward every day. Some of the ‘how to’s’ have eluded me so far, so I’ve ordered the book and am excited about turbo-charging my progress!
    Thanks for the recommendation.

  3. beesley says:

    Thanks Mark – interesting perspective.

  4. beesley says:

    Thank you Louise

  5. Mark Taylor says:

    Gosh, if I could start again….what a question!

    Gifted Immortality, If you had to choose an ideal age, what would it be and why?

    I imagine for each and every one of us it would be different, but similarities would arise. Not too young and not too old. Like the advert on TV “somewhere in the middle”.

    What’s really interesting though is that if you study history, particularly the history of successful people a strange but fantastic fact emerges again and again…

    In almost every story of their personal journey from rags to riches ( and sometimes more than once ) the moments that changed their direction almost always involved a third party. Just like Mr Henry Ford, who made the greatest personal, and professional advancement’s during his relationship with Harvey Firestone, and John Dunlop….

    Success leaves clues…..regards


  6. Louise Thornton says:

    Excellent book, would highly recommend it 🙂

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