Are you looking to achieve and impact more? Do you want strategies to enhance your day-to-day effectiveness? Do you want to know the keys to being a great leader? Our special guest Cameron Campbell (Coach Cam) is here to answer these and many other questions about entrepreneurship, leadership, success and failure.
Cameron Campbell is a sports enthusiast and a serial and social entrepreneur. He’s spoken more than 1000 times to many sports and philanthropic organizations, including the NFL, the NBA, and Major League Baseball. He played Division I football at the University of Houston, and he’s turned his passion for sports into a career serving students as an athletic director and head coach.
He now empowers others as a business consultant and owns an organization called Texas Athletics Construction. He’s got a new book coming out this year called Win the First Quarter of Your Day: Playbook for Wealth, Health and Success.
Here’s what we love – Cameron is affectionately known as Coach Cam and is often described as a servant.
Listen in as Coach Cam shares his wisdom and experience in connecting sports leadership to business success.
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- Key business, leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from sports
- The importance of learning to fail (not just quit)
- Learn to celebrate the failures as well as the successes
- The importance of getting outside of your comfort zone
- When selecting team members focus more on people who’ve overcome challenges than people who’ve only had success
- The importance of having the gifts and the grit
- You must learn to overcome adversity in business and leadership
- The growth mindset is not something you say – it’s something you live (a lifelong journey … playing the forever game)
- Finding a new deficiency should excite you because you have something to work on
- Character is built in losses and failures (not the wins)
- Humility is an essential leadership trait
- Humility doesn’t come from failure — humility comes from taking responsibility for that failure and fully owning it, and committing to learn from it
- Financial success is not a zero sum game
- Success in business comes in levels and stages, and your leadership needs to change with each level
- The risk of labels and instead focus on what traits you want for each of your team members
- The importance of getting clear about what we want, where we are and what we want things to be
- The importance of winning the first quarter every day