So the chance convene those in this role might be particularly useful, as these groups are finding. One such group was formed by Cameron Herold, a Canadian entrepreneurial coach and speaker and a former COO himself: Herold held the No. 2 position at franchise junk-removal firm 1-800-GOT-JUNK? for seven years, growing it from 14 employees to 3,100 during that time. Along the way, he built up a side business coaching and mentoring high-growth entrepreneurs and their seconds-in-command, and he eventually left to focus on that business full time…
One of Cameron Herold’s first entrepreneurial pursuits came during his teen years when he discovered an opportunity for comic book arbitrage. He was interested in comic books and used that passion to create a little business for himself. Opportunities like this exist everywhere. Our kids can find them only if we encourage them to pursue what they’re passionate about.
Cameron Herold shares 5 important tips to taking one of the most loathed elements of business and turning it into one of the most valuable and productive.
Tech entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, and Elon Musk seem to magically use their vision to attract and retain world-class talent, become media darlings, and establish meteoric valuations. So why does their vision work like magic while most people’s vision collects dust?
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