"The biggest threat to your business is not your competition. The biggest threat to your business is sitting in your head; it’s called your mind."
Rebel Brown spent 25 years as an executive consultant in high technology and worked with over 300 global organizations. Over the years, Rebel watched smart people make some bad business decisions. It was her series of personal 'oh shit moments' that brought her to her knees and turned into the most powerful moment in her life. She became fascinated with the human mind and its impact on our ability to see new opportunities and shift behaviors. The result was creating a methodology for guiding businesses and executives to break out leadership success. In this episode, Rebel shares how you can apply this powerful insight to grow your business. Of course, there are value adds galore!
Mary Carol Garrity, the founder of Nell Hills, has garnered national attention with Forbes magazine dubbing her “one of the hottest little retailers” in America. She has been featured on CBS’s The Early Show and NBC’s Today Show, and in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Midwest Living, Country Living, Victoria, and many more. Mary Carol is the author of nine books on home decorating; a weekly decorating blog Style at Home with Mary Carol Garrity, and a column syndicated weekly throughout the U.S.
After 35 years in business, Mary Carol knows what it takes to build and maintain a thriving business despite changing markets significant challenges including the crash of 2008. No matter what your business is, this episode is worth a listen!
Never being afraid to ask is one of the secrets to Kyu Lee's success. Kyu is the founder and CEO of Wiselike, the 'ask me anything' platform. He's considered a rising star in the tech community and his company is one of Huff Post's top 10 to watch. Hard to believe considering that just a few years ago he wasin college at UCLA without the knowledge or network to raise millions in venture capital funding and build a rock solid team.
In this episode, Kyu shares key steps and pitfalls to avoid on an entrepreneurial journey. The value adds include ways to maximize the Wiselike platform and experts to connect to. It's worth listening to!