Sabrina Horn is an award-winning CEO, C-suite advisor, communications expert, and author. With only $500 and five years of work experience, she founded Horn Group, a public relations firm that for a quarter century, advised thousands of executives and their companies—from the hottest startups to the Fortune 500. She was one of few female CEOs in Silicon Valley in the early 1990s and has always aimed to exemplify authenticity and advise her clients on its merits. She’s written for publications including The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, Forbes, and CMO.com.
Chr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)it depends on what they need to hear at the time. Sometimes it's just take action, sometimes it's... This is not what you want to hear though... What's the worst that can happen. Probably the big one in our business is done is better than perfect... Maybe not in heart surgery but in business is that whole imperfect action, it's the whole minimal viable product, it's getting your thing out there and getting the feedback so that you can make the tweaks. But the more you just sit on it then who are you helping? You are not helping anybody. You are not helping anybody if nobody knows that this thing exists. And maybe that thing is just an idea, maybe it's a product or maybe it's a service but if you don't get it out there then no one gets helped. So done is better than perfectChr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)...[Listen for More]
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Laurence Olivier is the CEO of LifeQ, a leading health informatics company. Laurence brings over three decades of global technology and business leadership, and has served on the boards of more than 50 startup, private and public companies around the world. He is also partner with two VC firms, 4Di Capital (South Africa) and Veritas Venture Partners (Israel). Laurence’s academic qualifications include Electronics Engineering, Commerce, and Data Sciences.
“don’t be shy to be a bit naïve. Because if you are not, you will just be a me to. I think entrepreneurship is not a fashion show where one rises and falls on the ratings from people in armchairs. One has to do things outside of the conventional box. Focus on things in front of you and don’t be affected by the views of so many others on the side which is not experiencing where you are at that point in time”…[Listen for More]
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Anne Gannon is a CPA with 15+ years experience in all areas of tax and accounting for individuals and businesses. Anne’s specialty is simplifying the accounting process for business owners so that they have the information they need to make the best path forward for their business. During the Covid 19 pandemic Anne volunteered her time to the hospitality industry to assist the many businesses in the US struggling to survive. Anne continues to provide education and guidance to entrepreneurs and business owners who are making their way back and building a new path forward for their businesses. While Anne loves her role as the owner of The Largo Group, she is most proud of her role as Mom to her sons James and Fraser, and wife to her husband and best friend Steve. When not working her favorite hobby is hiking through the woods with her family!
“Believe in yourself. There is no reason that your dream can’t become a reality but you just have to believe in it and work hard at it. Anyone who will tell you that things happen overnight or Jeff Bezos is lucky. No, I think that people that you see succeeding whether it’s at a massive scale or just a small business it’s hard work. That’s really what it is I think if you work hard and continue to be persistent in how hard you work it will work out”…[Listen for More]
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Joe Valley has built, bought and sold over a 1/2 dozen of his own companies, and sold nearly 1/2 billion in online businesses through his firm Quiet Light Brokerage. He is the bestselling author of The EXITPreneur's Playbook - a book designed to help you achieve your own incredible exit.
“Keep your overhead low and don’t be afraid of making mistakes”…[Listen for More]
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In defying the odds and always looking to challenge the status quo, Dan T Rogers helped to grow a quick-serve restaurant chain, tripled annual sales for an existing book of business, and pivoted his own company to navigate tremendous growth; the 2008 recession; and being listed for seven consecutive years of the Inc 5000 listings.
“there are no special snowflakes”…[Listen for More]
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