Top 4 Strategies I Learned From Daymond John To Improve Leadership And Grow My Business

This past June, I got to hear the one and only Daymond John speak at a small private event. You may know Daymond as a successful entrepreneur who has appeared on the hit ABC show Shark Tank. Best known as the founder of the clothing brand, FUBU, he is also the author of The Power of Broke — an insightful look into his life and what he did to find success.

CONFIDENCE

How can you build your confidence as a CEO, investor or entrepreneur? New CEOs have imposter syndrome. Private equity investors who just raised another $1 billion-plus fund read newspaper headlines about the coming recession and quietly gulp. Self-made billionaire entrepreneurs worry that their fortunes will take an embarrassing hit.

SHINY NEW GADGET OF THE MONTH: TC1200 Flashlight

Having a reliable flashlight can make a big difference, whether you’re on the job or just at home when the power goes out.

Meet the TC1200 Pro Tactical Flashlight, a flashlight designed with incredibly high standards. Made with aircraft-grade aluminum, it’s durable (it survived a 21-mile fall to Earth) and has a powerful beam is 25 times brighter than an ordinary flashlight (it boasts five modes: low, medium, high, strobe, and SOS — the strobe feature can even temporarily blind an animal or person, if necessary).

Do This First.

Many entrepreneurs will have written a book at some point in their lives. It’s a great way to connect with prospects and clients and to grow your business. But you need to ask yourself a few questions before you sit down.

Why am I writing the book? Understand your purpose and the story you want to convey.

SHINY NEW GADGET OF THE MONTH: Movi

This Smartphone Is Also A Projector: Introducing The Movi

Sure, your big honking iPhone or massive Android is impressive, but does it have a screen the size of an entire wall?

The Movi is the first smartphone to integrate a built-in pico projector into its design, allowing users to project 720p images up to 200 inches in size wherever they are.

Watch Your Doors

By Mark Sanborn

When was the last time you looked at the doors to your business? It isn’t just about who comes in; it’s also about how.

Let me give an example. A new restaurant opened near my office. It’s been very successful, and I eat there regularly.