Tom Sosnoff, co-CEO and founder of tastytrade, says you can't be afraid to do your own thing. Sometimes you just have to follow your own instinct and just go for it.
CEO of Tanvas Greg Topel stresses the difference between having a balance of a life outside of work and the need to be a leader.
Client Relationship Management
Bill McCabe, president and CEO of Eicoff, has learned to always look through the eyes of a client and do what is best for them.
Jim Heininger, founder of Dixon|James, stresses the importance of always confirming information as as standard business practice.
Gary Cohen, CEO of EZLinks Golf LLC, says hiring employees that knew more than him has helped drive positive changes in his business.
Lisa Strasman, president of NCSA Athletic Recruiting, says she's never regretted making quick decisions.
Cyclone Energy Group President and CEO Benjamin "Benny" Skelton says people should not be treated as a commodity in business.
Bob Habeeb, president and CEO of First Hospitality Group, Inc., says the best companies have the happiest employees.
Will Flanagan, general manager of Chicago Inno, says there really no trick around working hard and you just know when you are.
Steve Miller, Partner and co-founder of Origin, says building relationships within your professional network will allow you to grow.
Kimberly Eberl, CEO and founder of Motion PR, knows that in PR there is always change, so either you can adapt to the changes or you die as a company.
CEO of Narrative Science, Stuart Frankel, explains why a little bit of humility goes a long way.
Donnie Madia, restaurateur and owner of One Off Hospitality Group, discusses the most important lesson he learned from family members.
Sentact COO Chris Dube discusses the challenges he faced transitioning from the provider side to the technology side of his business.
As a business scales, Adam Robinson, co-founder and CEO of Hireology, says it is critical to hire the right people, and get out of the way.