Conversations About Retention With Steve Sims

Steve Sims
Steve Sims

Steve Sims is the author of Go For Stupid and Bluefishing. He is the CEO and Founder of SDSims, where he focuses on branding, development, and marketing that is targeted, fresh, and risky. Entrepreneur Magazine labeled Steve as “The Real Life Wizard of Oz,” and he has spoken at events for Harvard, The Pentagon, ​and Fortune 500 companies about the lessons you can implement into your career ambitions.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Steve Sims explains how the pandemic offered the opportunity to focus 
  • Why should you dare to reach for “stupid” goals?
  • How to use childlike curiosity to plan for your future
  • Steve talks about training your mind to locate opportunities
  • How the pandemic amplified conversations — and why you should take time for yourself
  • Steve discusses overcoming imposter syndrome
  • Steve shares the difference between transactions and relationships

In this episode…

Are you afraid of reaching beyond your comfort zone? The fear of being dismissed by others can hold you back from opportunities. What is the most powerful conversation you can have?

The first conversation you need to have is with yourself. Steve Sims knows the difficulty of crushing imposter syndrome. He recommends that to move forward with full force, you should intentionally manifest the results you want and interact with others to nurture relationships. Steve knows the influence of knowing your value, so are you ready to let go of fear and achieve ridiculous goals?

Stop overthinking and listen to this episode of Access To Anyone as Michael Roderick sits down with Steve Sims, author of Go For Stupid, to discuss recognizing opportunities. Steve talks about exploring childlike curiosities to solve problems, training yourself to engage in valuable conversations, and shattering imposter syndrome.

Golden Answer

If you could meet any living person, who would it be?
Steve Sims would like to chat with Vladimir Putin about what he is most afraid of. 

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