By age 17, Tiago had founded his first company, growing from zero to 700,000 followers in two years. At 19, he sold it and began traveling the world. After five and a half months backpacking, he moved back to his home country Brazil and after a few business attempts, got clear on his values and started a coaching practice.
He has received coaching from some of the top coaches in the world, and now helps entrepreneurs, leaders and coaches who want to create a big impact in the world. They are ambitious, and want to use wealth creation and business building as a way to get connected with their loving and powerful version of themselves.
Tiago now resides in Florianópolis, Brazil, where he hosts VIP Days for his clients and helps them design their business to support a lifestyle of ease, fun and profitability.
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Tiago Buhr on Facebook
00:03:47 Welcome, Tiago!
00:06:47 Entrepreneur at 17
00:12:56 Staying Grounded
00:17:55 What Tiago is Building Now
00:24:17 Entrepreneurial Dinners
00:29:32 Traveling Around the World
00:31:15 Balancing Business and Life
00:38:15 Tiago’s Vipassana Retreat
00:45:33 Dealing with Loneliness
00:49:22 Saying Yes to Everything & Being More Open to Life
00:57:42 Tiago’s Life-Changing Book
01:00:48 Finding the Right People to Bring Into Your Life
01:04:25 Learn More About Tiago
01:05:00 Wrapping Up
Tiago’s Life-Changing Book
“The Power Of Now” by Eckhart Tolle
“A Mind at Home With Itself” by Byron Katie
“Never Eat Alone” by Keith Ferrazzi
“Mastermind Dinners” by Jayson Gaignard
Loneliness: An Epidemic in our Society and Why We Need to Change – Teal Swan Speech
“Yes Man” Movie
“Yes Man” by Danny Wallace
“The Untethered Soul” by Michael Singer
Frank Kern’s – Historic CORE Influence Talk
Words to Reflect Upon
“The first half of life is devoted to forming a healthy ego, the second half is going inward and letting go of it.” -Carl Jung