John Chappelear, Award-winning Author, Consultant, and Speaker

John Chappelear, Award-winning Author, Consultant, and Speaker

John Chappelear a consultant and a speaker. He’s an author of a book titled The Daily Six.

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John Chappelear, a consultant and a speaker. He’s an author of a book titled The Daily Six. He’s an expert in individual and organizational wellness, a quintessential entrepreneur, he has started, built, run, and sold five companies. And has received a presidential letter of commendation from President Reagan.

01:20- Tell me about your journey.

  • After his college education, he started working for his family business with his father.
  • It was after working here, he realized that working for a small business has its own share of problems.
  • There are entrepreneurial business challenges as well as all the baggage that comes along with, with working with family.
  • So he later decided to start his own business.

03:42- How do you define the term, individual and organizational wellness?

  • Organizational wellness is when everybody shares the same vision, within the company, they understand why they’re doing it, and their own individual and team importance.
  • In the organization, there’s just not a sporadic group of individuals running around trying to accomplish goals.
  • They understand that what they do is important and that what they do is valued. And that makes a huge difference in the level of productivity, turnover, and absenteeism in an organization.

04:31- What are the kinds of challenges you have faced?

  • Right hiring and right training is the greatest challenge of any organization.
  • Once this is achieved, everyone who is onboard works with same values and same goals, and then we have a healthy organization.

06:04- What are the steps to overcome these challenges?

  • The first step is recognizing the root problem, because unless this is sorted, temporary fixtures would not work in the long run.
  • Once the problem is recognized, solutions could be found.
  • Entrepreneurs should also remain open to solutions from the employees, especially the front line workers.

09:25- What are some of the qualities that a startup entrepreneur should have?

  • Be a little crazy. Be enthusiastic and, have a sense of self belief.
  • The other idea is of macro-micro. From top to bottom, each one associated with the organization should be on the same page regarding values and ultimate goal.
  • The other thing is to stay on top of your planning and execution. And that process is called 5-3-1-20.
  • The other idea is that for making profit increasing sales is important, but cost-cutting is another important aspect. But don’t want to cut it to the point where you’re hurting services or employees.

14:27-  What are the basic mistakes a lot of startup entrepreneurs make?

  • A lot of times a visionary person just follows the next bright shiny thing in front of them and goes wanders away, and they’ve outgrown their capital before they get anything started.
  • So the component is to make sure that you have enough capital to sustain your business until you can reach a positive cash flow, don’t outpace your capital.
  • Make sure that you have a clear vision.
  • And that everyone in the organization understands that vision and the steps they need to take to help make it become a reality so that they feel a part of the growth, not just as an observer of the growth.

16:55- Tell me about your book The Daily Six and the hypothesis when you wrote it?

  • The hypothesis was, gifts of devastation. They are very painful and very negative, but force positive changes into your life.
  • The purpose of the daily six is to help create an emotional balance in here.
  • If we can bring a sense of calm, focused direction to everything that we do. Then everything will work more smoothly.
  • So that’s the purpose behind the daily six. It’s a simple six-step process that you can practice daily, to help keep you centered and balanced and create a path that takes intention into reality.

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John Chappelear, a consultant and a speaker. He’s an author of a book titled The Daily six. He’s an expert in individual and organizational wellness, a quintessential entrepreneur, he has started, built, run, and sold five companies. And has received a presidential letter of commendation from President Reagan.

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