The New Language of Business with Simcha Gluck: Lead to Succeed 4
Why We Need to Become Passionate for Personal Education | The New Language of Business | Breaking Down the Silos | Learning from Experts | The Role of Spirituality in Leadership | Life: A Game We Can Win | The Power of Access
Simcha is a life celebrator, game-changer, and futurist. He co-founded the game-based entrepreneurial training company Freshbiz, which has taken over 50,000 professionals from top companies across the globe on a game-based journey to smarter, better, and faster. He is also the author of “The New Entrepreneurz: Changing the Way You Play Life”.
- Why Simcha’s partner, Ronen Gafni, sold his house
- What the “new language of business” is and how it’s changing the professional landscape
- Using personal development to optimize your outcomes
- How FreshBiz defines entrepreneurship
- Why collaboration isn’t happening as much as it should and how to break down workplace silos
- The value of learning from experts and on being an “independent” (neither a leader nor a follower)
- How Simcha connects spiritually and has refreshed his Judaism in the land of Israel
Interesting fact: Manhattan was purchased from the indigenous population in 1626 for the modern day equivalent of US $1000.
Leadership quote of the day: “Become the kind of leader that people would follow voluntarily; even if you had no title or position.” (Brian Tracy)
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