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Lolly Daskal, "The Leadership Gap" Author

What can you do today so that you will be smarter tomorrow? Our guest today is someone The Huffington Post has called “The Most Inspiring Woman in the World” and she is constantly on the pursuit of learning and growing. She asks herself, “What can I do today to be smarter tomorrow?” Well, she reads at least one book per day. Can you believe it? Lolly Daskal is here and her new book The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness is making headlines. Inc Magazine calls it the #1 Leadership Book.

Lolly is a highly sought-after executive leadership coach and founder of the company Lead From Within.

I’m always grateful when my guests go deep on the show and Lolly spares no details. She talks about her financial mindset as the child of Holocaust survivors. “Never talk about money,” she was taught. How has that influenced her today as a mother and entrepreneur?

That and so much more, including her take on true leadership today and what are the two factors that equate to confidence.

If you’d like to learn more about Lolly visit www.lollydaskal.com or follow her on Twitter @LollyDaskal.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “I believe there’s an enormous amount of abundance out of the world & if we believe we can make it, we’ll make it.” – Click To Tweet

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