Brad Sugars came from humble beginnings, but has built a life and a business that many would cite as the very definition of success. Sugars, a self-made multi-millionaire, is the founder of the global business coaching franchise ActionCOACH, an international business speaker, author, and entrepreneur.
Sugars has written 17 business books, the “Instant Success” series, which were originally self-published. In 2006, when McGraw Hill bought the international publishing rights to the series, it was the largest multi-business book deal involving a single author.
His ActionCOACHteam works with tens of thousands of business owners in more than 60 countries with his simple yet powerful business growth techniques every day. Professionally, nobody has created a bigger impact in Sugars’ life than Jim Rohn. As a teen, he scrimped and saved his allowance in order to afford tickets to a Rohn seminar, and despite being the youngest person in the audience, what he learned there has informed his own business practices and philosophies on life.
Sugars has a dynamic stage presence and enjoys motivating and educating other business owners through his online content (videos, podcasts), books and real-world interactions such as classes, seminars, and speaking engagements. His straight-forward Aussie style has branded him as a leader that will tell you what you need to hear, not necessarily what you want to hear–and for more than two decades, millions of people worldwide have been listening.
Brad has a new book with co-author Monte Wyatt – Pulling Profits Out of a Hat. This Best-Selling book is available for sale on Amazon or in bookstores nationwide or purchase the book now at shop.actioncoach.com.
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His writing is focused on how we can create better habits, make better decisions, and live better lives. His work combines ideas from a wide range of disciplines including biology, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, and more.
According to Clear, “I believe that you do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”
Clear’s work has been covered by dozens of major media outlets including The New York Times, Entrepreneur, TIME, and on CBS This Morning. He don’t consider himself an expert and he doesn’t believe he has all the answers, but he’s happy to share what he’s learned so far.