Geoff Woods - Think Big, Go Small

October 9, 2019
Geoff Woods
VP of The One Thing
https://www.the1thing.com/
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What if you did your ONE thing first?

Geoff shares the impact of doing the ONE thing, and the challenges of what it looks like to implement this in the day to day. He also candidly shares about his professional journey and insights he has learned along the way.

Geoff Woods is the Vice President of KellerInk, which is the home of The ONE Thing Book. He also hosts The ONE Thing Podcast, which is in the top 5% of all podcasts worldwide. Featured in Entrepreneur.com, Geoff is on a mission to teach people how to take back control of their time and get clarity on how they want to invest it.

Recommendation: The ONE Thing Podcast Episode 198: The Habit that Cost $100M to Learn

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