Listen and learn (I did)

Date posted: October 6, 2009

By Rieva Lesonsky

I spoke recently at the Grow Smart Biz Conference sponsored by Network Solutions—and boy, did I learn a lot. Topics covered included marketing and innovation, raising capital, staying competitive in a tough economy, using social media and more. I gave a short presentation on “becoming an entrepreneurial leader;” watch it here.

To see videos of the whole event, click here.

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4 comments on Listen and learn (I did)

  1. Steve Fisher

    Rieva, thank you for your participation and support with the GrowSmartBiz conference! You were instrumental in making it such a huge success. We have been receiving a lot of great feedback on our speakers and panelists and how much everyone enjoyed learning from you!


  2. Steve Cooper

    First, yay the video is up and looks great! It’s great that others can now hear inspirational words from Rieva.

  3. Jennifer Kushell

    Rieva, I love your comments here and the fabulous references that brought all of your words of wisdom to life! Thank you for sharing this speech on video so we can all feel like we were there.

  4. Sara Wilson

    Love it! I love hearing you speak – makes me feel like I’m right there. And truly inspirational and insightful words, as always.

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