Lessons from entrepreneurism

Stuart Lordan

Lessons from entrepreneurism. This episode was recorded in February 2020.

In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Stuart Lordan where he reflects on the learning that he has gained from interviewing guests on his podcast Executive Juice. He explains how everyone has their own personalities and should therefore follow your own path.

In his interviews he seeks to understand entrepreneurs, leaders and people better. Stuart shares his and others views of failure and the importance of failing regularly. This is an interesting discussion about successful entrepreneurs and what you can learn to enable your succeed.

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  1. Thank you for taking the time to comment on this post Jennie. I do love that Zig Ziglar quote! It’s a good reminder that when thinking about ourselves we should be thinking of others; in essence, self-centredness can only get us so far. My experience is that ‘fulfilment’ has often come when I’ve been of service to thers rather than myself.

  2. So much happens to us when experiencing adversity doesn’t it, like your lady living in Scotland without toilet paper. The closest we all got to that was during lockdown when rationing toilet paper was making some stockpile it – or sell it on ebay for a fortune. Maybe, in a darker tone, that is your entrepreneur too, someone who might take advantage of a situation for reasons of profit. Though it is that tenacity and drive and fortitude that we all need and to have it focussed on the greater good, whatever our perception of that is. We know when it is working properly for us, and for the wider community, when we profit in ALL ways: in monetary terms and with the gratitude bestowed upon us in other ways, which we will get in terms of feedback, respect, admiration, fame even. I have known a lot of folks with a lot of money earned in diverse ways, though happiness along the way is key too. As Zig Ziglar says, ‘you can have anything you want, as long as you give enough people what THEY want’… love this


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