It's important to get the right people around you. David Lane shares some great tips on who to look for, and how to get those great people around you. Those people will help you see blind spots, and help you pivot when it's time to make that move. These people have been through failure, and pulled out of it and their lessons and guidance can help you avoid the same failures.
Derek interviews Matt Hyder, Founder and CEO of Recoup.
Matt shares that he barely graduated high school with a 1.9 GPA. After barely graduating he found his path in entrepreneurship, running four starts ups that failed miserably. He fell in love with the process and kept pushing until he created Recoup. Recoup bridges the gap between professional training rooms and at home muscle recovery through innovative hot and cold therapy tools. Matt grew Recoup from an $8 prototype in his parent's basement into a brand trusted by professional athletes.
When you have a vision, you want to make sure your team is on the same page. How? It all starts with leadership. Leadership has to be on the same page first with the vision that is in place, then others will see their leadership and focus, and be in line with the vision. It's important though, to make sure the vision is very clear to everyone. John Collins gives some more tips on how to get the whole team on board with the companies vision.
What's next? The ever burning question for ambitious and successful people. You should stop and celebrate the moment of successful wins. Travis shares his personal take on how he takes moments to celebrate the wins, before asking himself "What's next?"
October 16th, 1969
Art Shamsky and the New York Mets were getting ready to step into history. Art talks about that historic day, and how he felt knowing he was going into the historic World Series championship.
One of the challenges of taking classes in marketing in college, is how quickly the landscape of the marketing world changes. The textbooks they buy are quickly outdated. In an internship, you'll look more with the hands on real world experience due to the fast pace environment, real world challenges, and every growing technology and partnerships, than you will in a semester of college. Not that school is bad, but the reality is, you cannot learn the real world skills you need just in a classroom. Getting that real hands on experience is crucial to your future success.
A lot of non-profits struggle to really make a dent, and really expand to make the difference they strive to do. Michele explains how important partnerships are, to help non-profits expand and go nationwide, and make a massive impact.
Derek Champagne talks with David Lane, entrepreneur and CEO of Lunatix. David shares his entrepreneurial journey. He shares valuable advice about recognizing warning signs, knowing when to pivot, recognizing key opportunities within what you are already doing, and removing blinders.
Lunatix is the first ticket site where sports fans can buy the regular season and get the post season. They can buy concert or theatre tickets and get the post season.
Lunatix description: We are diehards, loyal, fanatical about our teams. We have to be at the biggest games... We are all Lunatix!
Lane’s professional experience includes twenty years of C-level experience and leading business units with a number of well-known sports and media businesses such as FanDuel, TouchTunes, and Outfront (Formerly CBS Outdoor).
David has been featured in several publications and is considered an expert in the sports ticketing industry frequently speaking on industry related topics and trends.
Learn more at https://lunatix.com/
Eric Partaker, CEO of the year 2019, Co CEO of Chilango, shares some great insider information on how to get where you want to be. Eric helps people get where they want to be, in a quicker, easier, and more efficient way.
1969 was an iconic year for America; from man walking on the moon, to Woodstock music festival, and the devastating war in Vietnam. During all this though, there was one thing that did shed a little light in peoples lives. The New York Mets. A team who no one thought would ever win a World Series, made a historical comeback to do that very thing. Art Shamsky was a member of the NY Mets, and gives us a little more insight into what was going on at that time in America, when the Mets won the World Series.