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Randy Hereman

Randy Hereman has lived many professional lives. He started as a web-designer, then a professional kite-surfer, then a high rolling poker player and is now an execution coach, on a mission to help people become who they need to be to attain their goals.

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Stop Thinking and Start Doing

Randy Hereman has lived many professional lives. He started as a web-designer, then a professional kite-surfer, then a high rolling poker player and is now an execution coach, on a mission to help people become who they need to be to attain their goals.

He also happens to be a member of The Futur Pro Group. If you don’t know what that is, click here to find out. It might be where your people are.

In this episode, Randy and Chris talk through the mindset it takes to have an idea and then see it through to fruition, which is a problem a lot of us struggle with. Consuming the content is easy, but taking action from it, not so much.

You can probably guess by the title of this episode that Randy is a pretty adventurous person. This “why not” attitude is one of the things that makes his approach to coaching so unique: he wants people to stop thinking and start doing.

When working with clients, he helps them get clarity and focus first. They write down what they’d like to achieve down the road, and prioritize what they’d like to accomplish first. It’s a simple, practical approach that many of us don’t think to do. Visualizing what we’d like to accomplish, then organizing it all by biggest priority to smallest, is one of the ways Randy helps clients act on what they’re thinking about.

As creatives, we are always questioning what we can do to improve our skills, or how we can change what we do today to impact our futures. While many of us have ideas as to how to make things happen for ourselves, our ideas are nothing without action.

Get out of your head and into the mind of an action-taker.

Stop Thinking. Start Doing.

Randy Hereman has lived many professional lives. He started as a web-designer, then a professional kite-surfer, then a high rolling poker player and is now an execution coach, on a mission to help people become who they need to be to attain their goals.

He also happens to be a member of The Futur Pro Group. If you don’t know what that is, click here to find out. It might be where your people are.

In this episode, Randy and Chris talk through the mindset it takes to have an idea and then see it through to fruition, which is a problem a lot of us struggle with. Consuming the content is easy, but taking action from it, not so much.

You can probably guess by the title of this episode that Randy is a pretty adventurous person. This “why not” attitude is one of the things that makes his approach to coaching so unique: he wants people to stop thinking and start doing.

When working with clients, he helps them get clarity and focus first. They write down what they’d like to achieve down the road, and prioritize what they’d like to accomplish first. It’s a simple, practical approach that many of us don’t think to do. Visualizing what we’d like to accomplish, then organizing it all by biggest priority to smallest, is one of the ways Randy helps clients act on what they’re thinking about.

As creatives, we are always questioning what we can do to improve our skills, or how we can change what we do today to impact our futures. While many of us have ideas as to how to make things happen for ourselves, our ideas are nothing without action.

Get out of your head and into the mind of an action-taker.

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Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

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Stop Thinking. Start Doing.

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