People: A Close-Up View

Successful entrepreneurs, famous athletes, wealthy investors, musicians, actors, the courageous heroes of everyday life… Many of these exceptional personalities are profiled in the media all the time, while some of them achieve greatness entirely outside of the limelight.

What characterizes these people? Why is their path to success often defined by significant setbacks? What keeps them going? What makes them strong enough to overcome even crises and defeats that threaten their very existence?
How did they develop their personal vision of success and that 100% dedication to it?
What can these success stories teach us for our own lives – our daily routine and our challenges?
Which approaches to success might inspire us to make our own dreams come true?

„People: A Close-Up View“ gets these inspiring men and women in front of a camera. In sharing their victories and defeats they will truly inspire us.

„Inspiration for a Generation – Award”

We award truly outstanding personalities the „Inspiration for a Generation – Award”. Winners of this award successfully transcend the limits of their discipline, thus inspiring entire generations.

What counts is HOW these people have achieved success, not so much the fact that they are successful. What we are interested in exploring is their mental attitude, the strategies they use in pursuing their goals, and how they overcome defeats that crush others.

(Markus Leyacker-Schatzl, Finance Coach & Austria‘s First Finance Teacher)

Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.

(Theodore Roosevelt)

The host

Markus Leyacker-Schatzl – finance coach, author and Austria‘s first finance teacher. Creator and host of „People: A Close-Up View“

 

You can’t climb the ladder of success with your hands in your pockets.
(Arnold Schwarzenegger)

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