I invite you to join me in being deeply inspired by Shaun Peet. In this episode we will explore the first half of Shaun’s life as a hockey player and then his transition to the world of Nascar.
Learn how to ignore naysayers and know that not leaving any on the table is the best way to be the best that you can be.
What if instead of proving people wrong, you proved people right? What does this mean? How can you accomplish this?
Learn how to unburden yourself of all of the people who don’t need to be there in the first place, set standards not goals, and practice vertical thinking, ultimately enabling you to level up your company.
Shaun was born and raised on Vancouver Island, Canada. He went to the United States on a hockey scholarship where he played four years in the Ivy League at Dartmouth College. He went on to play eight years in the minor leagues serving as the captain of the New Mexico Scorpions before his career culminated with an opportunity to play for the Calder Cup with the American League’s Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins.
A chance meeting with a fan then afforded him an opportunity to work in NASCAR as a Jackman on a pit crew for the next 12 years where he was a part of the Red Bull Racing Crew that won the 2008 World Pit Crew Championships. In 2013 he was approached to coach the Chip Ganassi Pit Crew Department. The Ganassi Pit Crew Department was the first pit crew to ever receive the Comcast Community Champions Award for their dedication to helping those in need.