226: Samuel Knickerbocker: I didn’t understand the impact I was having

//226: Samuel Knickerbocker: I didn’t understand the impact I was having

226: Samuel Knickerbocker: I didn’t understand the impact I was having

Samuel Knickerbocker Show Notes Page

Samuel Knickerbocker was showing up one way as a leader, but not the way he perceived himself. That’s when he decided to make a shift on how he interacted with people and to learn how to lead out of love. Now Samuel teaches others to leave a legacy love, forgiveness, gratitude and self-confidence.

Samuel was born in Utah and raised in Parma, Idaho, a small town in on the Idaho/Oregon border. He is the son of two happily married parents and the 7th of their 11 kids. There was never a dull moment in his home, you always had at least one friend and one enemy.

Growing up Samuel was home-schooled which provided a lot more contact and conversation with the family financial situation. They reviewed and made financial decisions as a family, working as a team to accomplish financial goals. It was here that Samuel learned much of his leadership and management skills.

Samuel got his first full-time job at age 11 in a honey extracting plant and from there worked in the food, construction, sales, and service industry while never really losing sight of his passion. Samuel loves leading others to gain greater self-confidence and build stronger relationships.

The Legacy that he is excited to leave behind is one of action and love. When his generations are talking about him, he wants them to be saying that he was committed to lifting others around him and always looking for ways to pour belief into others about their infinite potential.

He now works as a wealth transformation coach, walking people through the habits, mindsets and behaviors required to build a financial foundation that can support a long-lasting legacy.

Samuel currently lives in Pleasant Grove Utah. He has the most incredible, angelic, beautiful wife, Sharlie and they have been blessed with two boys Declan and Quincy.

Tweetable Quotes and Mentions

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“What is so crucial from a leadership perspective, is really being able to understand what each person’s individual gifts are.” – Click to Tweet

“Why would we promote you if there’s nobody to fill your spot?” – Click to Tweet

“It’s super self-serving to make sure you’re training people.” – Click to Tweet

“You’ve got to always be thinking from a love and abundance standpoint rather than fear and scarcity.” – Click to Tweet

“If there’s somebody telling you that you can’t it, it’s really a reflection of what they believe about themselves.” – Click to Tweet

“I could have a huge impact if I chose to, and the next step is choosing to do so.” – Click to Tweet

“If your vision for your company isn’t sexy enough, then it’s not good enough.” – Click to Tweet

“Is your goal deceive enough?” – Click to Tweet

“Transparency is so crucial when you’re trying to create a movement of legacy.” – Click to Tweet

“You need to go identify your identity.” – Click to Tweet

“When you let your light shine that gives permission to other people to let their light shine.” – Click to Tweet

“Because I know whom I am, I can then go share who I am.” – Click to Tweet

“You can only love and believe in somebody else as much as you love and believe in yourself.” – Click to Tweet

“If you are ever treating people badly, that’s an outward representation of how crappy you’re treating yourself.” – Click to Tweet

“The only way to be truly selfish is to be self-less.” – Click to Tweet

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Samuel Knickerbocker was showing up one way as a leader, but not the way he perceived himself. That’s when he decided to make a shift on how he interacted with people and to learn how to lead out of love. Now Samuel teaches others to leave a legacy love, forgiveness, gratitude and self-confidence.

Advice for others

Love more, be more willing to give of yourself.

Holding him back from being an even better leader

Being conscious of connecting with my team and making sure they’re focused on their specific gifts.

Best Leadership Advice

Serve first and love more.

Secret to Success

Radical honesty and openness.

Best tools in business or life

Staying connected with God and my purpose.

Recommended Reading

The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict

The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life Better (and Other People’s Lives Better, Too)

Contacting Samuel Knickerbocker

Website: http://samknickerbocker.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ssknickerbocker

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-knickerbocker-94511a133/

Resources and Show Mentions

The 9 Pillars to Build a Meaningful Legacy

Call Center Coach

An Even Better Place to Work


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