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Sandy Nuttgens Interview Part 3: Did daily support make the difference? Or just his natural drive to get on?

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In this final part of my interview with Sandy Nuttgens, I wanted to be sure what part of his formidable freelancing success Sandy attributes to calling his buddy each working day at 7am? Maybe he’s just a driven guy, after all?

template of Sandy's tasksheet
Click graphic to download the word template of Sandy’s Support Sheet, the tasksheet he talks about in the interview
The link to the seminar Sandy mentioned in this interview is here on the website to the right (or below if you’re on your phone). And here again is a template in Microsoft Word I made up of the template for his tasksheet that Sandy sent me.

It was really a pleasure and an inspiration to talk to Sandy that rather cold day in April – I was turning slightly blue as I sat out on the balcony. Yet, it’s something my buddy Jan-Erik and I have taken up in our daily calls and that I hope you’ll find useful.

Whatever you think of the idea of using buddy support, Sandy’s truly and thoroughly demonstrated that it’s no fly-by-night fad. It has delivered for him day in day out for 23 years, he told me, and as we discuss in this section of the interview, he’s met many obstacles over that period, where starting his day with a buddy call has been a force behind his goal to do what he loves with excellence. Thanks for the example, Sandy!

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