The FORT Podcast: Lloyd Reeb – Co-Founder of Halftime Institute – Success to Significance

Lloyd was a successful real estate developer and owner of luxury senior housing facilities when his idea of success changed dramatically, and his life’s focus shifted to second-half significance. Together with his mentor, the late Bob Buford, Lloyd helped launch the Halftime Institute, a global team that teaches, coaches, and connects successful men and women in pursuit of significance. For over 20 years, Lloyd has helped leaders make their second half their best half. He has clocked over 20,000 hours of coaching and has taken this message around the world.

On this episode, Lloyd and Chris chat about what it means for high-capacity leaders to finish well, preparing to live the 2nd half of our lives with significance and best practices early in life and career to set yourself up for success later in life. Enjoy!

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(02:15) – Lloyd’s Background and Career

(16:28) – Partnering with Bob Buford 

Halftime by Bob Buford

Managing oneself by Peter Drucker

(20:37) – What are things you’ve witnessed folks have done early in their life that set them up for success or failure in the second half of their life?

(26:46) – Why do we not naturally gravitate toward focusing on the “priceless” things in life?

(30:55) – The Crash and Burn Lots of People Experience in the Second Half of Life

The Sigmoid Curve

(36:15) – How do you begin to decouple yourself from tying your identity to your work?

(41:49) – What are some practices or success stories where you’ve seen folks reinventing themselves within their own business?

(48:30) – What does The Halftime Institute do?

(50:51) – What are some characteristics of leaders who finish well?

(56:17) – Are there best practices for finding what your next calling will be?

(1:09:25) – What are the characteristics of people who can build a great business and a great family?

What I want my children to know before they leave home by Lloyd Reeb

The Fort is produced by Johnny Podcasts

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