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Brian’s Corporate Escape Story

Brian O’Neill has a corporate escape story worth listening to. It will resonate with many of you. Brian lives around an hour out from Chicago. He’s a tall guy, coming in at 6 foot seven inches. He makes everyone look small.

Corporate Escape Story, Brian O'Neill, Master the phone in 90 days, W2prisonbreak, The Next 100 Days Podcast

Chicago Cubs

His wife got Brian to support the Chicago Cubs, a baseball team.


Brian’s business in W2 Prison Break, but what is W2? It refers to a corporate job. W2 is a form to file taxes at the end of a year. So, Brian is talking about a corporate escape story.

Brian has a free guide for current W2 employees – download the guide:

Big Takeaways in Brian’s Corporate Escape Story Guide

  1. Avoid distractions. Become singularly focused on one thing.
  2. Transform your thing. Evaluate where it is you are now. Figure out what lights you up and write it out in great detail.
  3. Go find someone to help you get the result you’re looking for.

Note: Brian’s coach is previous guest Chris Prefontaine

Asking Questions – Important as a Coach?

When Did Brian Realise He Needed to Escape Corporate

Listen to the full podcast. But, this clip explains why Brian was pushed to leave his high-paying W2 job.


How to Get in Touch with Brian O’Neill 

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Brian O'Neill, W2PrisonBreak, Corporate Escape Story, The Next 100 Days Podcast


Brian O’Neill Testimonial for The Next 100 Days Podcast


The Next 100 Days co-hosts…

Graham Arrowsmith

Graham Arrowsmith, Finely Fettled, The Next 100 Days Podcast

Graham runs Finely Fettled to help organisations that want to market to affluent and high-net-worth customers.  He also runs Meet Professionals which is being offered to financial advice groups as a white-labelled lead generation and conversion system. Contact Graham on LinkedIn: Visit Graham’s LinkedIn Profile and by email.

Kevin Appleby

Kevin Appleby, GrowCFO, The Next 100 Days Podcast

Kevin specialises in finance transformation and implementing business change. He’s the COO of GrowCFO which provide both community and CPD-accredited training designed to grow the next generation of finance leaders. You can find Kevin on LinkedIn and at