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Do you think out loud as a CEO? Have you ever really thought about all the business lessons you now know to be true? When Cameron was the CEO for 1-800-Got-Junk, he learned the dangers of thinking out loud, especially when coupled with a large title like CEO or COO. In today’s episode, Cameron will share some of the things he learned from his experiences, as well as his extensive journaling practice after leaving 1-800-Got-Junk. He’ll outline some of the roughly 60 lessons in business that he wishes he’d known when he was in the middle of building the company.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- Why the CEO should be the last person to speak in meetings.
- The importance of listening twice as much as we speak.
- Why every single action as a leader has a ripple effect.
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