Bill Nussey is a career tech CEO with several exits, including a billion-dollar IPO. He is now launching several clean energy ventures, starting with Freeing Energy. This project started with a TED talk that grew into a top podcast, and is now a book, which hit Amazon’s #1 new release.
“show up early. You could think about that for minutes and hours and realise what it really means… But show up early. And the second thing is… And it’s kind of building on it which is be prepared. There is opportunities in your life where you don’t see it coming in something amazing is going to knock on your door. Have your ducks in a row and be ready to seize it. Plans are great but plans rarely come together. The successful people that I’ve met and worked with Cs the opportunities that they didn’t see coming and they are ready for them”…[Listen for More]
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Liam Martin is a serial entrepreneur who runs Time Doctor and Staff.com — one of the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms in use by top brands today. He is also a co-organizer of the world's largest remote work conference — Running Remote. He just wrote a book by the same name about why everyone got remote work wrong during the pandemic and he's here today to help us figure out how to run a successful remote company
“Identify whether you are an entrepreneur or not… We talked about that before. What that means is you are someone who can’t work someone else because you don’t want to get dominated by someone else’s rules – you want to make your own. If you are in that state you are an entrepreneur. And then make failure as quick and as easy as humanly possible. That’s what I would do, whatever the idea is. The ideas may be bad, you are actually probably going to have to go through three or four ideas before you come up with one that actually gets you some traction but that is the journey. And to get very tactical actually ,I would do this for about three years. If you can’t make any money within three years, stop, something is either wrong with your ideas, your execution or yourself. You may not be an entrepreneur ”…[Listen for More]
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Jane Hanson grew up in rural Minnesota, coming to New York three decades ago to join NBC as an anchor and correspondent in NY. She co-anchored “Today in New York,” and hosted “Jane’s New York”; She covered events ranging from the tragedy of 9/11 to the joy of Yankees victory parades to Wall Street and Washington; has interviewed presidents, business leaders, prisoners, and celebrities; traveled as far as the Gobi Desert of Mongolia and the great depths miles below New York City for her special reports. Most recently, she hosted a daily entertainment and lifestyle program, New York Live, for NBC4. Jane has won 9 Emmys; was named Correspondent of the Year by New York’s Police Detectives and Firefighters, among many other awards. Jane has served as the March of Dimes Walk-America Chairman, honorary chair for the Susan B. Komen Foundation’s Race for the Cure, and as a board member of Graham Windham, Phipps Houses, the Randall’s Island Sports Foundation, the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, and Telecare. She has taught at Long Island University, Stern College, and the 92nd Street Y. and was President of the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She is currently a much sought-after communications coach working with top-tier leaders in every field, while continuing to emcee, speak and host broadcasts.
“You have literally got to believe that you will succeed and you cannot let the obstacles get in your way. You must always put one foot in front of the other. It is a journey; it is not a sprint. And to be able to succeed takes a lot of what is going on in your head and your attitude… The way you keep on with life is change your attitude. So consistently keep your attitude in a good place. Don’t give up.”…[Listen for More]
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