Andrew was guest #2, 5 years ago. It was truly an honor to have him back on the show where he discusses two key issues: 1) how he is navigating a pilot shortage 2) a specific experience about remote leadership that taught him a valuable lesson we all can learn from as the globe embraces remote work.
She grew [solidcore] to over 70 locations and thousands of members including big fans like Michelle Obama. But, nothing has compared to the heart-wrenching decisions Anne has had to make in response to the global pandemic. Anne reveals the steps she has taken to take care of her team members, as best she can, and save her company amidst great uncertainty. I think the thing that makes me stop and really appreciate Anne is this…she cares deeply for her team and she is a fighter…she is committed to overcoming this temporary challenge.
Imagine having an intelligence system that proactively finds the right information you need to craft the best messages for sales prospecting. That is what Daniel and his team have created. And, as an early stage Founder, Daniel continues to learn valuable lessons. One big one…how being the “hero CEO” creates more problems than it is worth.
Are you contributing or contaminating? That is a question that Brad invites advisors, family members, friends, etc., who desire to give advice to rising Founders. He talked exclusively with us about how he navigates this question with his successful family members in Wisconsin.