Ep. 389 – The Empathetic Leader: Cameron Herold’s Perspective on Business Success

Today’s episode of the Second in Command podcast is a recast of a conversation between Cameron and Erik Huberman, host of the HawkeTalk podcast.

The conversation explores Cameron’s journey and how he navigated the complexities of various entrepreneurial ventures, starting from his early experiences with auto body shops and college franchises.

You’ll learn about a significant career transition where Cameron moved from a highly operational role to becoming a sought-after coach for high-level executives.

Cameron also offers profound personal lessons he’s learned throughout his career. From understanding the significance of surrounding oneself with inspiring and successful individuals to the realization that the journey itself is more important than the destination, he offers valuable advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.

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In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • How Cameron thrived in various roles, from an auto body shop to college franchises, maintaining an entrepreneurial mindset even when he wasn’t the founder. (07:55)
  • The strategies used to scale businesses from millions to hundreds of millions in revenue without incurring debt, emphasizing the importance of pricing and core values. (26:41)
  • The impact of coaching on company growth, including examples of successful coaching engagements with prominent companies. (33:39)
  • The benefits of being part of entrepreneurial communities and mastermind groups to continually learn and be inspired. (36:47)
  • And much more…

Resources:

Connect with Cameron: Website | LinkedIn

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