Jeff Hoffman is a remarkable, internationally-successful entrepreneur.
But he attained that success by hiring the best, building a team with them, getting out of their way, and treating them with compassion and respect.
This let him enter industries that he had no professional experience in – like building airport ticket kiosks, and working in film and music – and make a major impact.
Jeff’s incredible journey includes inspirational stories about how scaling to success beyond your dreams means treating your colleagues and employees with empathy. He once declined a potential joint venture when the other company’s CEO spoke derisively of his staff playing baseball at work one morning.
Why pass something like that up?
Because he knew in that moment that his counterpart did not respect his employees’ judgment the way he did. And that would have posed trouble for potential joint work.
Join us today on the Freedom Fast Lane podcast as we hear this amazing story and more from Jeff Hoffman in his keynote from this year’s Capitalism Conference.
You’ll come away inspired to focus on doing what’s right, on doing what’s good, on being the best person you can be to those around you.
And that’s how you attract the best and brightest to make a strong impact in the business world.
- Your success relies on persuading smarter people to help you
- You win in business by empathizing with your team
- Don’t let money denigrate you and your team