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EO 360°, a podcast by Entrepreneurs’ Organization, explores entrepreneurship with a wide perspective, moving beyond business to those insights not often shared by high-profile thought leaders.

Host and serial entrepreneur, Dave Will, leads in-depth interviews, whose featured guests include: Gazelles founder and CEO, Verne Harnish; popular podcast host and founder of Genius Network, Joe Polish; award-winning entrepreneur, Zahra Al-Harazi; and more. Tune into this top podcast made by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs.

Learn more about Entrepreneurs’ Organization, the leading peer-to-peer network exclusively for entrepreneurs.

Jul 26, 2016

In this episode, Dave interviews Cameron Herold, a business consultant and a keynote speaker that helps organizations “double their revenue or profit in a short period of time.” Cameron’s proof is in the pudding—he’s already taken two companies to more $100 million in revenue. Listen as Dave and Cameron discuss the unique traits of the entrepreneur, Cameron’s experience as a businessman, and Cameron’s new book, Meetings Suck.

Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:35 – Introducing Cameron
  • 03:50 – Raising kids as entrepreneurs
  • 05:40 -- ADHD and bipolar disorder
  • 07:10 – “A” students and “B” students
  • 09:45 – Entrepreneurial parents
  • 11:15 – How Cameron raises his kids by example
  • 12:30 – Why we shouldn’t medicate our traits
  • 15:00 – We learn about ourselves throughout our lives
    • 16:25 – A letter from Dave’s friend
  • 18:00 – “The worst vice is advice.”
  • 19:30 – Atlas Shrugged — Cameron: “the first book written where the entrepreneur was the hero”
    • 21:30 – discussion on government taxes and fees
  • 22:40 – When Cameron was a kid, he made money off of coat hangers
  • 23:45 – Later, he gathered golf balls from ponds and sold them
  • 25:20 – He helps entrepreneurs “reverse-engineer their dreams”
  • 27:25 – Jim Koch’s book
  • 28:05 – Failure and our ego
  • 28:45 – “A vivid vision”
  • 31:12 – Cameron’s book, Meetings Suck
    • 32:15 – Good meetings and bad meetings
    • 34:10 – Different types of meetings
    • 35:45 – “Scrums,” or “daily huddles”
    • 36:50 – Scheduling/missing meetings
  • 37:45 – Company culture
  • 38:35 – Good ideas come from people who “dare to dream bigger”
    • 39:30 – Tesla’s seven-seater car
  • 40:05 – COOAlliance.com
    • 41:15 – For people with around $5 million in revenue or more
  • 42:00 – com

 

3 Key Points:

  1. Don’t medicate your unique traits and strengths.
  2. Think outside of the box.
  3. A good meeting is scheduled and has a purpose.

 

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