Today’s guest is an industry leader in building and managing personalized, invitation-only communities for world-class executives, entrepreneurs, and professionals.

He is CEO of The Community Company, an organization that builds community-driven programs for global brands and media companies, founder of Young Entrepreneur Council, an invitation-only organization comprised of the world’s most successful young entrepreneurs and founder of Forbes Councils, a collective of invitation-only organizations for top-notch executives.

He is also an internationally syndicated columnist, author of “Never Get a ‘Real’ Job” and co-author of “Superconnector: Stop Networking and Start Building Business Relationships that Matter.”

Please join me in welcoming Scott Gerber.

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In this episode, we discuss:

  • his thoughts on leadership: “Leadership and partnership go hand in hand. Good leaders know how to lead by consensus because they have put together a team of smart people who deserve to be heard.
  • how he has been active in leadership roles from an early age, and how those roles shaped him into the leader he is today.
  • his experience with business failure and how it was one of the greatest lessons he’s ever learned.
  • his view of the cross-section of humanity and technology and how he uses technology to enhance relationships.
  • his thoughts on generational differences in his business model.
  • how he was able to identify and then work with his weaknesses to create a successful business.



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