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  • Writer's pictureTravis Parry

Breaking Free From The ‘Hero’ Trap with Bryon Morrison and Logan Speights




More About This Episode:

Ever wished you could clone yourself? Meet Bryon Morrison and Logan Speights, CEPA, innovative entrepreneurs of Proxxy who've achieved the seemingly impossible. As "executive multipliers," the team at Proxxy has created a game-changing system designed to automate routine tasks, provide strategic guidance, and scale businesses by freeing up a minimum of eight hours per week for business owners.

Bryon and Logan join us to break down this concept of "Proxxy clones," which provides executive-level assistance and support, allowing CEOs and executives to delegate tasks to individuals who are well-trained and knowledgeable enough to handle them without needing constant explanations. This process allows leaders to focus on high-level decision-making and avoid being overwhelmed by day-to-day tasks and new ideas, striking a better balance between business growth and personal well-being.

In our conversation, we’ll break down some common challenges that business owners face when striving for balance and growth, the importance of aligning your core values with your business goals, and how a well-defined process can be a game-changer in your business growth journey.

Join us today as we discuss these things:

  • 1:17 – The origin and purpose of Logan and Bryon’s company, which provides executive-level support called “Proxxy clones”

  • 5:48 – Overcoming bottlenecks and burnout in business growth by categorizing tasks into three buckets: eliminate, delegate or automate

  • 14:18 – How Bryon and Logan have scaled their business while maintaining balance

  • 16:30 – The importance of aligning your personal values with business goals, managing overwhelming ideas, and avoiding the “shiny object syndrome”

  • 21:46 – Battling “hero syndrome,” the struggle to transition from practitioner to CEO and managing at a higher level


Learn more about our guests:

Bryon on Linkedin

Logan on Linkedin


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