Gerald K. DuBose is a thought leader, founder, executive coach, author, master storyteller and so much more. Because Gerald has accomplished so much, is why I call him maestro.
Maestro Definition: a great or distinguished figure in any sphere. virtuoso, master, expert, genius, wizard, prodigy
During this interview, Gerald shares sage advice.
Instead of writing a glowing preamble to this interview. I am providing you with a list of the ideas Gerald shares and our conversation expands on during our conversation/interview.
Foundational Principles of Success
Foundational principals learned from his family as he grew up:
- Always do things from a place of love
- Make everything you accomplish in life is about being of service to others
- I have learned to leverage the power of my creativity to launch, manage and grow each of my business ventures
- Never let someone leave your presence without them being better for having met you
Business Professionals Should Always:
Seek out people who can take your vision and make it better, I call those people amplifiers
Have a great coach because they can see those things you can not. They will see your blind spots
Invest in people
Put others first they will be there for you at every stage of your journey
On writing: Remember everything is just an idea until you write it down
Leave a Legacy: I want to be remembered for being a light in a dark place
As you prepare to listen to this podcast be sure to do these two things first:
(a) grab your favorite beverage
(b) settle into your most comfortable chair.
Ok, are you comfortable?
I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did!
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