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Ep. 213 - How to Be the Most Admired CEO | Stacy Eads

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Release Date: 11/30/2021

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Stacy Eads is one of Oklahoma’s 50 Women Making a Difference and also the Most Admired CEO in her home state of Oklahoma. Stacy’s company, Stacy Eads, focuses on consulting in four areas: Technology, Marketing Strategy, Sales and Service, and Team Culture. She is a problem solver, a consultant, a coach, a trainer, a speaker, and a mentor. She empowers other CEOs nationwide to embrace their leadership potential without allowing it to fatigue them. As a woman in tech who quickly achieved back-to-back awards as a Most Admired CEO in her home state of Oklahoma, Stacy Eads is now empowering other CEOs nationwide to embrace their leadership potential and propel their own success. In this episode, Stacy describes her journey from the nonprofit world to technology to career coaching, plus shares some valuable tips for leaders. Listen in to learn how to scale up your business by having the right team, the right strategy, execution, and cash. You will also learn the importance of measuring your business’s growth and performance using the leading and lagging indicators strategy.

Key Takeaways:

  • The importance of mentors for career and life guidance
  • How to be a mentor and help others while you’re on your own career journey
  • The importance of being nominated for awards and accolades plus tips on how to be as a leader doing great work
  • How to focus on your ideal client and make them the hero of your brand’s story
  • How to audit your social media strategy and ensure you’re giving to your audience at least 4 times than you’re asking
  • How to get out of your box and grow out of your comfort zone
  • Think about your strengths and weaknesses plus your short-term and long-term plans when starting your entrepreneurial journey

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