Have you ever been in a meeting that seems to drag on for hours? Maybe you have been the one holding the meeting, and you can see from your employees’ faces that they are not absorbing anything you are saying. If this sounds familiar, today’s episode is for you. I’ve got top business consultant, author, speaker, and founder of COO Alliance, Cameron Herold, on the show to share his thoughts on entrepreneurship and how to become the best COO you can.

Listen in as we discuss the importance of picking the right moment to hire a second in command and why you should consider hiring an executive assistant first. You will learn how to build your business even throughout the uncertainty that is the current pandemic, how to become a better leader, and how to raise entrepreneurial children.

In this episode, we cover topics such as:

  • The traits of an entrepreneur.
  • How to raise entrepreneurial children.
  • The difference between a CEO and COO.
  • What kind of support your COO can receive.
  • Why meetings don’t actually suck.

Please enjoy today’s episode — and visit the resources below to find everything mentioned in the show!

What you will hear:

[6:17] – Cameron’s background and how he got started in the entrepreneurial space.

[12:38] – How to build a high-functioning team between the CEO and COO.

[19:30] – Advice for overcoming the doubt you may be feeling due to COVID.

[22:09] – How Cameron came up with the Vivid Vision.

[32:23] – What it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

[bctt tweet=”“Meetings do not suck at all. You suck at meetings.” – @CameronHerold” username=”=”@summerfelixmulder”]

[bctt tweet=”“Most CEOs hurt themselves by hiring a second in command too quickly. What they should be doing is hiring an executive assistant.” –  @CameronHerold” username=”=”@summerfelixmulder”]

[bctt tweet=”“The more that you surround yourself with people that are abundance-minded, going forward: rose-colored glasses. You will see the opportunities right in front of you.” -@CameronHerold” username=”=”@summerfelixmulder”]


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