Interview with Warren Reid, Owner of The Reid Executive Group
Not everyone has the privilege to travel the world so it is even more important for the ones that can to bring some of that knowledge and perspective back to their small towns for the greater benefit. This week, episode 8 of Entrepreneurship on the RISE Podcast is about present, community-centered leadership!
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In this episode of Entrepreneurship on the RISE Podcast, Jacob and Lauren, joined by their guest Warren Reid are sharing the ways in which Warren’s life growing up in an entrepreneurship family has led him to become a natural leader himself and the importance of being yourself and following your own path to success.
In this episode, we sat down with Warren Reid, the business owner behind The Reid Executive Group.
- How traveling the world has influenced his role as a community leader.
- What it means to be a present leader and how that impacts the relationships you have with the people you serve.
- Warren’s vision for what the future of Farmville and surrounding counties could look like if they came together to support one another.
- Preparing our future leaders to be true to themselves, stand up for themselves, and follow their dreams without walking in someone else’s shadow.
- Advice for entrepreneurs that isn’t taught in school and how the education system can improve to better prepare our future entrepreneurs.
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