094 – Biagio Sciacca: Persistent Goal Setting 

 September 26, 2018

By  Geoff

Persistent Goal Setting

Biagio Sciacca Author of Goals Book: Embracing Personal Responsibility in an Age of Entitlement, Biagio Bill as his friends know him — is a trainer/consultant in Strategic Management and Leadership. Bill has created

an inspirational, experience-based leadership retreat business in Costa Rica to empower leaders of all levels to grow with a purpose.

Bill grew up in the coal-mining district of Northeast Pennsylvania. Instilled with a strong work ethic and desire to grow, Bill earned a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Sociology, and a Masters and PhD in Business Administration.

Never one to rest, Bill is an active entrepreneur as well as an educator. He has taught at the university level since 1982, including his most recent role at Penn State University, where he lectures in Micro and Macro Economics, Marketing, Leadership, Strategic Management and Interpersonal Skills in Business.

Bill divides his free time between doing research in creativity, Southern Italian cooking, writing fiction, and writing and recording his own songs with guitar. If that isn’t enough, he is also a certified SPIN instructor.

Guest Recommendations:

  • Book: James Allen – As a Man Thinketh
  • App: LinkedIn

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The best place to connect with Biagio Sciacca is on LinkedIn or for more information about the great work that Bill does please visit his website

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