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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Larry Senn - 82-year old triathlete and culture-shaping guru living a purposeful life


Episode 60 - Live Long and Master Aging:  


Dr. Larry Senn, an 82-year old businessman, often completes a sprint triathlon on Saturday, as part of his training regime. He took up the sport at the age of 70.

The founder of the global culture-shaping firm, Senn Delaney, he believes that to be a good leader, you first have to take care of yourself. He practices what he preaches, although Larry shares his wisdom with a twinkle in his eye and is far from preachy in his approach.  Sometimes referred to as the Father of Corporate Culture, Larry works with Fortune 500 companies and business leaders around the world, improving mindsets and creating high-performance teams. 

In this LLAMA podcast interview, with Peter Bowes, Larry discusses his new book, The Mood Elevator, describes a lifestyle that embraces a full working week, regular daily exercise, long-distance travel and an active family life. He even finds time to go skydiving with his 18-year old son.


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