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Leadership Hacks for Future Entrepreneurs with Alex Demczak

July 15, 2019

Leadership Hacks for Future Entrepreneurs with Alex Demczak

In this episode of Hacked we talk about networking hacks with Alex Demczak. Alex Demczak is a former SEC quarterback for the Missouri Tigers. Alex graduated with a degree in Communication and a minor in Business.

Alex is an inspiring communicator, facilitator and trainer who challenges businesses, schools, sports teams, and non-profits to maximize their potential and make a difference.

Alex is the author of Thrive U. The inspirational book is a collection of stories from 100 collegiate and professional athletes from across the country. The book has been used by many youth groups, schools, and businesses as a resource to help others maximize their platform and Thrive rather than simply survive.

Alex is a top keynote speaker and trainer for the Jon Gordon Companies. He frequently delivers keynotes and conducts training programs based on The Power of Positive Leadership and The Power of a Positive Team with the goal of helping leaders transform their teams and change the world. Alex is an innovative entrepreneur that has a knack for starting new ventures such as Thrive U, Coach’s Corner, MU Courtesy Carts, Thrive Speakers, Ignite small groups, and collaborates with multiple startups.

Alex is passionate about helping high performance leaders take the next step in their leadership journey. Alex has worked with some most successful companies across various industries. Some of Alex’s past clients include The Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, Veterans United Home loans, OneCoast Retailers, O’shea Builders, and many others. Alex’s mission is to help people increase their performance, enhance their leadership, and maximize their life.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Gain powerful leadership insight to help drive  impact on others
  • Learn how to stand out amongst a crowd by changing how you handle problems
  • Find ways to understand your role and take ownership of it
  • Learn how to remove the concept of comparison from your self evaluation
  • Uncover ways to fuel a positive career path with negative experiences from the past
  • Find out various disciplinary strategies that promote growth as a professional