Hal Halladay

Transformation Guide, The Breakthrough Mindset

For more than three decades, Hal has developed leaders and helped others become their best selves. Hal was an executive at Infusionsoft from 2011 to 2018 and most recently was Chief People Officer. During this time, he oversaw culture, leadership development, and human resources. As an executive, he enabled the growth of Infusionsoft from $20 million to $100+ million in revenues and from 170 to 650+ employees. He developed and scaled culture initiatives that resulted in Infusionsoft being named by Fortune Magazine and Great Places to Work as one of the 100 Best Workplaces for Women, one of the 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials and 13th best medium-sized company. Throughout his career, he has been a culture architect and evangelist that unifies and connects people and culture to business strategy.

Previously, Hal was co-founder and CEO of NorthSky, a website hosting company that was acquired by About.com. NorthSky is where Infusionsoft co-founders Clate Mask and Eric Martineau and several other early Infusionsoft employees got their first job in software. Hal began his career as an investment banker, working in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Hal received an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and BA in finance from the University of Utah. As a father of four, he spent two decades coaching his kids in a variety of youth sports and today enjoys music, adventure cycling, snowboarding and surfing.

The Breakthrough Mindset - Let Go of Your Stories

Are you held back, bound by the past and fearful of what you can’t be in the future? Every human being has infinite potential - the DNA to become who you choose to be for yourself and the world. The Breakthrough Mindset is a way of thinking, speaking, doing and being that empowers you to shed past stories and the identities that are holding claim to you and keeping you from your infinite potential. Your own stories, as well as the stories told to you throughout your life by family, friends, and others, limit your infinite potential and restrict you to a finite identity and world. Surprisingly, holding on to past successes halts growth and often damages relationships. Our successes reinforce the story that we are a Hero and restrict our potential. No story of a Hero is possible without a villain. As Heroes, we unconsciously hold others as villains in our lives to ensure we remain a Hero. Discover how to recognize the stories and storytellers that keep you stuck in a finite world and limit your dreams and possibilities. Breakthrough the finite to live your infinite potential daily. The world needs your infinite potential.