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Scott MacGregor: Why People are Everything

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In this podcast episode, former professional athlete turned entrepreneur and author Scott MacGregor discusses the importance of people, discipline, consistency, and impact. He emphasizes that people are the foundation of success and that building relationships with positive individuals is essential. Scott also talks about how discipline and consistency are key to achieving long-term success and creating an impact for both yourself and others.

Listen in as Marlo and Scott discuss his daily habits and routines, such as waking up early, exercising, reading, and setting daily goals, that help him make the biggest impact. Scott highlights the importance of focusing on small wins and how they can build momentum and confidence that leads to greater success in the long run. Lastly, he talks about how his experience as a professional athlete taught him the importance of long-term focus and discipline in achieving success.

Scott MacGregor is the Founder and CEO of Something New and the Outlier Project. He is an author, American Business Award winner, and Forbes contributor.

You can connect with Scott at: https://theoutlierproject.co/

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