Episode 1: Ron Nash | Grow or Die

Episode 1: Ron Nash | Grow or Die

Executive Breakthroughs Podcast

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Ron Nash (@hronaldnash) is the CEO and Chairman of Pivot 3 in Austin. He’s worked alongside Ross Perot, Mort Myerson and many other industry titans. He’s been a VC, Board Member, and avid art collector. He has been a corporate officer at the following companies that completed IPO's: Perot Systems, Teleci and Rubicon. He has been a director of the following successful companies that were acquired: Vendavo, Lombardi Software. The Cheat Sheet: How do you turn things around when the wheels have completely gone off the wagon? What’s the ultimate secret ingredient to long lasting business success (and how is your ego intertwined with it)? How do you spot bigger and better deals as a venture capitalist or angel investor? Why do leaders fail, what blind spots are they missing, and how can they course correct? Do mentors really matter and how do you find them? What’s the role of Board Members and why do they often get off track? Does modeling others actually work? How should you do this? And so much more…
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Ron Nash (@hronaldnash) is the CEO and Chairman of Pivot 3 in Austin. He’s worked alongside Ross Perot, Mort Myerson and many other industry titans. He’s been a VC, Board Member, and avid art collector. He has been a corporate officer at the following companies that completed IPO's: Perot Systems, Teleci and Rubicon. He has been a director of the following successful companies that were acquired: Vendavo, Lombardi Software. The Cheat Sheet: How do you turn things around when the wheels have completely gone off the wagon? What’s the ultimate secret ingredient to long lasting business success (and how is your ego intertwined with it)? How do you spot bigger and better deals as a venture capitalist or angel investor? Why do leaders fail, what blind spots are they missing, and how can they course correct? Do mentors really matter and how do you find them? What’s the role of Board Members and why do they often get off track? Does modeling others actually work? How should you do this? And so much more…
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