We’re extremely proud to have hosted a fireside chat with business legend Daymond John at the REC Room. From founding FUBU to starring on NBC’s Shark Tank, we’ve always admired Daymond’s work as an entrepreneur.
We’re extremely proud to have hosted a fireside chat with business legend Daymond John at the REC Room. From founding FUBU to starring on NBC’s Shark Tank, we’ve always admired Daymond’s work as an entrepreneur. It was always inspiring and empowering to see a business owner that looked, talked and dressed like us operating on such a high level.
But how did he do it?! – That’s what we wanted to find out as REC co-founder Will Tyrone Toms interviewed Daymond for Create x Change.
The conversation spanned Daymond’s entrepreneurial come up and dove into the key themes of his latest book – ‘POWERSHIFT: Transform Any Situation, Close Any Deal and Achieve Any Outcome.’
When you turn a clothing company you started on your mom’s kitchen table to a lifestyle empire that generates $6,000,000,000 (Yea thats six billion…with a B) in revenue, you might know a thing or two about powershifting.
Daymond breaks his POWERSHIFT down into three themes– Influence, Negotiation & Relationship.
Here’s an outline of how it works from the mogul himself:
So, how will you use these concepts to your advantage? Hit us via Twitter and let us know. @RECphilly
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