Amateurs in the business world seem to want to get success in greased lightning. They want it now. They don’t want the sacrifice. They give up quickly if the failures are too seemingly big to handle. They’re afraid they’re losing more than they’re earning. They’re not after for the meaning of their business, and they’re just in it for the profit. These are the signs that a business leader may be doing it wrong. Fortunately, Glen Wakeman is not one of them.
There has been a lot of great business leaders in the industry who have been starting their own companies, bridging gaps of the needs of the world and revolutionizing the commerce systems. These people are valuable, but how many of them have the heart to promise to do it ethically and with responsibility? How many of them are like Glen Wakeman?
Glen Wakeman wants to offer business start-ups the assistance they need to fly and to scale up. He does this with all the kinds of professionalism expected of a good executive and more. He’s the CEO of Launchpad Holdings, an advisory company for start-ups, but what makes his company different is he does things as ethically as possible, which means all the time. He wants to offer a service that can improve companies, make them scale to where it should be and protect them from hidden risks, like Black Swans.
What is more outstanding right now is the fact that Mr. Wakeman has served big C-level executives, which include those of Dreamfunded and Sitter Bees. He’s able to educate them, enlighten them, give them empirical real business examples of how to avoid ruin and he’s given them the right hedge against being bankrupted in a highly brutal market.
The Training Needed
It may also be necessary to state here that the fact that Dr. Wakeman is successful means it may have to do with the fact that he always takes time to improve himself. One example of that is the fact that he just bought a $100 Spanish language course from Berlitz.