After a big exit with his French company, Ludovic has another hit with Shapr. He really is an inspiring Founder. His optimism is infectious. And, his story and advice about what to do when you lose confidence in yourself is quite helpful.
In our previous episode I spoke about the three questions Founders must answer. The first one had a lot to do with you and your self-awareness and self-management. This week’s episode was born out of this first question.
We all have leadership fears. Nathan Chan and the team at Foundr Magazine asked me to write about this for their platform and I thought you would like to hear it. These are the 6 actions YOU can take to overcome your fear of leadership. Let me know what you think.
This is our three year anniversary. Yep, three years of of the honor and privilege to be with you week after week. I am so grateful to all of your for your continued support. And, I am grateful to all our Founder guests who have allowed us to peer into their lives and more deeply explore their personal leadership transformation from Founder to CEO.
In celebration of our three year anniversary, I had wanted to attempt to distill all the insights and wisdom that so many of our guests have shared over the years. Truthfully, I struggled with this task.
But, as you will hear in this episode of the podcast, some great colleagues and friends helped me come up with The 3 Questions All Founders Must Answer In Order To Grow. I invite you to share your thoughts about these questions. Send me an email, and I promise to respond.
Imagine this scene…you are at your favorite big box store and you just bought a TV. The sales person is pressuring you to buy a warranty that is much more than you imagined. Well, Clarence Bethea knows this scene all too well and is changing it. Clarence and his team are changing the warranty world with 25% month-over-month growth.
And, while the company grows, Clarence is also learning to shift his leadership style from a “strong arm” style to one where he is an advocate for thinking through challenging decisions over 24 hours. He also have a novel time for his meetings. Clarence is an inspiration and a grounded Founder who will make you think about more deeply about being a CEO.