Health, freedom from worry, gratitude, and relationships with outstanding people. Are these the four pillars of prosperity?
David Weiman is a psychologist and leadership consultant. He has been working for over 25 years with organizations across the US and around the world. His firm, Weiman Consulting, provides talent assessment services to help companies make the best hiring decisions, executive coaching to develop awesome leaders, and development assessments and programs to help foster high-performance teams. You can find him online at weimanconsulting.com.
He’s been interviewed as an expert on leadership and psychology in Businessweek, The Los Angeles Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Men’s Health, Entrepreneur, and other publications. He has also served on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and is currently an adjunct assistant professor at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology.
He is a licensed Pennsylvania psychologist, a Certified Performance Coach through Johnson & Johnson's Human Performance Institute, and he is also certified in Clinical Hypnosis through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
I met David because we are both friends of Dave Frees who I interviewed on this podcast last season. I could tell quickly that he was a great guy, a lot of fun, and a real mensch. But then I had the chance to hear him present to Dave’s group and knew I was in the presence of a real master.
This topic is truly in his wheelhouse and you are going to love hearing his thoughts on prosperity. If you can, be prepared to take notes, because you are going to want to.
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