Endurance Entrepreneurs: The Thin Line Between Complacency & Burnout with Michael Futterman (Ep. 48)

Endurance Entrepreneurs: The Thin Line Between Complacency & Burnout with Michael Futterman (Ep. 48)

Some advisors become too comfortable with their current situation and stop striving for more, usually due to a fear of disrupting what’s already working. Others are always in the “go, go, go” mindset, ultimately burning themselves out!

How can you strike a balance between complacency and burnout?

In this episode, Shannon Spotswood speaks with Michael Futterman, executive coach, motivational speaker, and EQ enthusiast. Together, they explore the path to “endurance entrepreneurship” where advisors can maintain a healthy and sustainable level of motivation, engagement, and productivity in their lives, personally and professionally.

Shannon discusses: 

  • Healthy habits that advisors can adopt to thrive in the fast-paced financial industry
  • Every reason to shift from a scarcity to an abundance mindset 
  • The need for self-care and recovery
  • How to embrace growth in the form of “Type Two Fun”
  • And more


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About Michael Futterman:

As a speaker and coach to business executives with over 20 years of experience working in the management consulting and financial services sectors, Michael Futterman’s focus has been on team effectiveness, client retention, business growth, brain health, maximizing performance, and positive work culture​. Michael helps his clients identify and overcome human capital and strategic challenges through providing practice management, executive leadership, personal wellness, and business development coaching and consulting.

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