CEO of ClickFunnels’ Dave Woodward on the importance of family

In a world where many people believe that being successful means having a happy life, it can be easy to overlook the importance of family. “No other success can compensate for failure in the home,” says Dave Woodward. The CEO of ClickFunnels is well known for his success as an entrepreneur and marketer, but not many know how much time he dedicates to his family. When asked about what’s important in life, he said “Family support is everything.”   He shared some insight into why this focus on family is so important to him, “Success doesn’t mean anything unless your loved ones are there by your side.” 

The most important success is a happy family. Dave knows how to make money but he also understands the importance of having a loving wife and children who support him no matter what. If you want your business or company to flourish, it’s not just about making sales; it has to be rooted in love for others first.

Dave Woodward is a champion of entrepreneurship. The success he found with Monopolize Inc., his own marketing agency, focused on financial services and real estate has made him one of the most sought-after marketing experts in America today. His early successes are impressive, but his work with ClickFunnels may be his crowning achievement yet.  He is driven by an insatiable curiosity for new opportunities to help entrepreneurs succeed; it’s no wonder that when ClickFunnels founders Russell Brunson and Todd Dickerson approached him about partnering on this venture back in 2014, he jumped at the chance without hesitation.

ClickFunnels is on a mission to liberate and educate the youth. And they’re doing it one funnel published by their customers at a time. Not only do they provide an amazing platform for online businesses, but they also give back by donating money to organizations that focus on empowering the youth. 

Dave’s final message to entrepreneurs is an important one: don’t forget about your loved ones when pursuing your dreams. Balance is key, and if you can find a way to make time for both work and family, you’ll be setting yourself up for success on all fronts.

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