This episode of "Failing to Success" features Darrell Stern, the founder of Stern Storming. The host, Chad Kaleky, starts by asking Darrell about his catchphrase, "You are a gift to the world, and the world needs you're gifts." The episode then delves into Darrell's life, his upbringing, and how he developed his philosophy of success. Darrell emphasizes that character depth and a purpose with more meaning are essential for a brand to last. He advises businesses to understand themselves, come to peace with their inner selves, and serve their purpose.
Darrell believes that everyone has a gift that they take for granted. He explains that even if building remote-controlled cars is just a hobby, it could be a multimillion-dollar business. It's crucial to realize that the gift you have is something that others might appreciate, and there's a community out there that can make you feel at home. Success isn't just about surface-level things like money, clients, or fancy cars. It's also about understanding yourself and coming to peace with yourself on the inside.
Darrell's philosophy emphasizes that success is not a destination but a continuing process, and that every failure is a stepping stone towards success. The episode ends with Darrell's motto that everyone is a gift to the world, and the world needs their gifts. Overall, this episode of "Failing to Success" offers valuable insights into the importance of character depth, purpose, and self-discovery in building a brand and achieving success.
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Darrell Stern from Stern Storming: https://www.sternstorming.com/
Chad Kaleky from Cosmic Design: https://www.cosmicdesign.io/
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