These lively discussions bring Entrepreneur Media's journalists together with the most interesting, intriguing minds and leaders to discuss the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Paul Pierce lit up the NBA as an all-star for 19 years. Now he’s co-founder and CEO of The Truth CBD Remedies and the Vesper One vape available on Eaze Wellness. But it hasn’t all been a smooth ride for Pierce. In 2002, he was stabbed 11 times, a harrowing event that led him on journey to discover cannabis for pain, depression, and PTSD. Pierce talks about how he went from being a CBD advocate to a CBD entrepreneur. He’s joined by business partner, Elliot Mermel.
When you’re an entrepreneur your business can be a roller coaster of success, you will have your good days and bad. The key is being able to sustain your forward momentum even on the darkest days. Simon Leslie, CEO of Ink Global and Author of “There’s No F in Sales: A Book About Selling in Every Market Condition”, shares about the death and rebirth of the magazine industry. He shares the clever strategies they used when the internet took the world by storm and shoved print to the back of the shelf. Hear Simon’s five tips for conquering the downswings in your business. Then, it’s time to learn how to live in the present moment so we don’t miss out on the important things. Nir Eyal, Author of “Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life”, details the moment he realized that it was time for him to put down his phone and immerse in his life. He explains the key factors that contribute to the external and internal distractions that can keep us from accomplishing our goals. Listen now for ways to control the triggers that set off your distractions and you too can become indistractable. [00:00:00] Rebirth of the Magazine [00:06:08] Why Print is Still Valuable [00:11:30] Persistence and Perspective [00:18:21] How to Control Your Attention [00:26:55] Conquering Internal Triggers [00:33:21] Undistracted Relationships
At age 19, Falon Fatemi became known as Google's youngest-ever hire. She's also the daughter of two immigrant entrepreneurs, and after leaving Google, she founded her own AI company. Backed by Mark Cuban, Node aims to use deep learning to analyze relationships between people and companies, then pinpoint sales, marketing and recruiting opportunities for those companies. In this episode, Fatemi talks landing a job in big tech, AI and data policies and how to give an A+ pitch.
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