Carol Roth knows business. She’s a CNBC Contributor (TV), Radio Host, Recovering Investment Banker, Brand Spokesperson, and NY Times Bestselling Author of “The Entrepreneur Equation”.
Carol has worked with hundreds of companies, ranging from a single entrepreneur with an idea to Fortune 500 businesses, on all aspects of business and financial strategy. Collectively, she has helped her clients complete more than $2 billion in deal transactions, including raising more than $1 billion in capital, completing $750+ million in mergers and acquisitions, securing high-profile licensing and partnership deals and creating 7-figure brand loyalty programs.
On this show we discuss some of the smartest and most critical elements to starting and running a successful business.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
- The ongoing argument between Carol Roth and Piers Morgan – a gift that keeps on giving
- The story behind creating Carol’s CNBC show, “DON’T QUIT YOUR DAY JOB … YET”
- The Rule of Three in starting business
- Critical components to giving yourself the ability to build a business wisely
- Understanding the GAGOOS
- What often keeps us from actually executing on our plans
- Power of self-awareness
- Tools for finding your strengths and those of your team
- Being open to do what my brain was telling me were silly and stupid to get a business coach
- Training yourself in the basic skillsets and business logic that will never go away
- Take a step back to take a giant leap forward
- Learning to get out of your own way
- Building a team with people different than yourself
- The number one let down of our school system in understanding failure
- How to fail in the correct way
- Telling other people, committing you to sink or swim
- Carol’s floppy failures
- Check your ego – ROE, Return on Ego
- and more!
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
Author of The Entrepreneur Equation
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