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Developing Next-Gen Family Members into Extraordinary Leaders, and Leaders into Extraordinary Family Members
Developing Next-Gen Family Members into Extraordinary Leaders, and Leaders into Extraordinary Family Members

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Being a leader requires vision and often times giant conjoins. But with giant conjoins comes maximum risk and maximum reward. But how can you know when the risk is worth the reward?

Well stay tuned because our guest on this episode is Steve Sims

Steve Sims, the founder of the #1 luxury concierge service in the world today called Bluefish. The things he and his company have done are legendary! Before you meet him, hearing about the things he’s done might conjure up an image of what he must look like, and how he might be and I promise you who Steve Sims actually is will not match.

Steve's company "Bluefish" does the impossible on a regular basis. They've arranged underwater tours of the Titantic. A wedding at the Vatican, Private dinners at the feet of Michael Angelo's David in Florence while being serenaded by Andrea Bocelli, and they throw annual Oscar parties with Sir Elton John.

Blue Fish has been featured in the WSJ. New York Times (twice). The Robb Report. Entrepreneur, Forbes, NPR, Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Fox News, NBC.

Author of a surprising new book: Bluefishing, The Art of Making Things Happen
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As a leader or entrepreneur, you know…The demands are high.

But how do you balance the often multi-directional pull of external demands against your own needs and desire to go for gold?

Our guest on this episode is… Sharon Worsley, The Business Development Ninja™. Sharon is widely recognized as one of the most practical presenters on business building ideas, personal leadership and networking.

Sharon says that: Most people live their life on autopilot and then wonder why they seem to be struggling.

Sharon commitment is to inspire you to Wake Up to your present circumstances, Shake Up your mindset, and she’ll show you simple yet powerful strategies to Show Up fully in your life, career or business and community.

The author of the new book ‘Wake Up, Shake Up, and Show Up…How to Live Life on Purpose’, Sharon has successfully coached a wide variety of individuals from sales professionals to CEO’s to multi-millionaires to get past their own internal obstacles in life like procrastination, poor mindset and a self-defeating attitude.

On top of all her ongoing successes, Sharon also runs the Toronto Skirt Club

Sharon is also the author of ‘Timeless Secrets to Creating Clients for Life’… The Important How-To’s For Growing Your Business Today, Tomorrow and Beyond!

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It's just an interesting distraction when SONY pictures gets hacked, it may even have some entertainment value to know that the public can now read emails from executives and we can get a look at some provocative photos of a Hollywood star. Some will even hale hackers as hero's.

However, it gets a little more personal when in 2013 Yahoo faces cyber attack. The attack compromised the real names, email addresses, dates of birth and telephone numbers of 500 million users. The breaches knocked an estimated $350 million off Yahoo’s sale price.

2013 it was Target stores: Credit/debit card information and/or contact information of up to 110 million people compromised. The company recently estimated the cost of the breach at $162 million

2014 JP Morgan Chase

The largest bank in the nation had a hack that compromised the data of more than half of all US households – 76 million – plus 7 million small businesses.

In 2017 when more than 500 Million Account Details Stolen from the company we should be able to trust: Equifax it becomes very personal.

Other major places to be hacked:
The FBI,
Home Depot
Adobe
US Office of Personnel Management
Stanford Uni
LinkedIn
2009 US Military

The question becomes is anywhere safe?

Our guest today is Tom Kemp

Tom Kemp is the guy who can show us the real costs and implications of not having enough, or even the right kind of cyber security.

He is the co-founder and CEO at Centrify. Under his leadership, the company has become one of the fastest growing security vendors in the industry with over 5,000 customers, including more than half of the Fortune 50.

Prior to Centrify, Kemp held various executive, technical and marketing roles at NetIQ Corporation, Compuware Corporation, EcoSystems Software, and Oracle Corporation. Mr. Kemp was also an Entrepreneur in Residence at leading venture capital firm Mayfield. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and History from the University of Michigan.
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"If you have ever struggled with the idea of time management… Kevin shares the power of the magic number 1440" https://goo.gl/yhjmMz #Time
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"Other parents (and again they are rare) will allow, even support, these physical and psychological..." https://goo.gl/EWFyU6 #Begin
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"Questions, or rather the right question can and often is the catalyst for the life changes we dream of,..." https://goo.gl/YY5smV
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