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How to Manage a Business With Courage This entrepreneur covers the lessons he's learned from his experiences as an executive at Miller Brewing, Asics, and Nike.

By David Meltzer

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Kevin Wulff, Owner and Coach of Mitchell & Ness, discusses why it is important to be an entrepreneur in a corporate environment and what he learned holding executive positions at companies like Nike and Miller Brewing Company. Wulff provides insights on what toughness and courage really mean for leaders in business as well as being a competitor.

Wulff and The Playbook host David Meltzer go over a variety of topics such as the strength of company culture at places like Nike and Mitchell & Ness, the benefits of working for well-known brands and why there are advantages to "sticking to your knitting."

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David Meltzer

Co-Founder of Sports 1 Marketing, Speaker, Author and Business Coach

David Meltzer, co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing and host of Entrepreneur's podcast, “The Playbook”, is a Top 100 Business Coach, global public speaker and three-time international best-selling author who has been honored by Variety as “Sports Humanitarian of the Year”.

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