Mastermindset Issue 52

Mastermindset Issue 52 was originally posted here

In this week’s Mastermindset newsletter

Navigating the Waters – Becoming a Successful Investor

The Three Secrets to Successful Relationships as a Leader

Becoming an Investment-Ready Founder: How to Master Your Mindset

The Future of Careers: How Technology will Impact the Job Market

Hi, I’m Stephanie Mckinney. In this episode, we continue to demystify the jargon of investors by talking about the main questions investors will ask during a pitch. I chat again with Kim-Adele Randall as we discuss:

– Key things to consider when becoming an investor

– Understanding your value proposition

– How to invest – from crowdfunding to accredited investors

Through this series, I will have aspiring guests and answer their questions so we learn together using real-life examples. If you enjoyed the show please subscribe, share, stay tuned for more, and comment with questions, stories, and thoughts! #femalefounders #femaleentrepreneurs #investing #navigatingthewaters

The Three Secrets to Successful Relationships as a Leader

Business can seem to be a complex environment with so many things vying for our attention; it’s easy to see why leadership is one of the most challenging and rewarding roles. When we look at being the most effective leader the secret sauce to success is relationships. Developing our skills in building strong professional relationships has untold benefits for our people, our business and our life.

One of the most critical skills as a leader is our ability to understand people, what’s important to them, what make’s it essential to them and how they will feel when they achieve it. Whether it be our teams, clients, or stakeholders, understanding these three questions is a vital step in our ability to create a lasting beneficial relationship.

You can read the full article here

Becoming an Investment-Ready Founder: How to Master Your Mindset

There’s a lot of advice for founders regarding getting their company investment ready. But what about the mindset of the founder? To be successful, you have to believe in yourself and your business – no matter what anyone else says. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to master your mindset and become investment ready, no matter what stage your business is.

When it comes to becoming an investment-ready founder, mindset is everything. If you don’t believe in yourself and your business, no one else will. It doesn’t matter how good your product is or how strong your team is – if you don’t have the right mindset, you won’t be successful.

There are a few things you can do to make sure you have the right mindset:

Read the full article here

The Future of Careers: How Technology will Impact the Job Market

In this video, we take a look at how technology will impact the job market in the future. We explore how technology is changing the way we live and work, and how it is affecting different industries. We also discuss the skills that will be most important for career success in the future, and offer advice on how to prepare for the changing job landscape.

Nathaniel Schooler is joined by Sarah Storelli.

Sarah Storelli serves as Amazon Web Services (AWS) Worldwide Public Sector Global Marketing Leader focused on creating and driving the marketing strategy for seven customer innovation and acceleration programs to advance tech for good in business and society. Prior to AWS, Sarah oversaw global marketing, strategic partnerships, ecosystem marketing, and external communications as IBM Program Director of Call for Code, the world’s largest tech for good initiative of its kind inspiring the worldwide developer community and problem solvers from 179 nations to use IBM tools and technologies to solve pressing societal and humanitarian issues. With a BA in English and Minor in Law and Society from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Sarah has more than a decade of experience in developing higher education programs and initiatives for all students and alumni. She serves as a Member of the Cal Poly President’s Council of Advisors, Chair of the English Department Advisory Board, Founder of Friends for HOPE (Health Outreach and Prevention Education) in support of Cal Poly Mental Health initiatives, and Founding Member of the Women in Business Advisory Board. Sarah’s passion and knack for solving problems has made her a trusted advisor to multiple start-ups, the youngest President of the Public Relations Society of America Silicon Valley Chapter, and a Board of Director for the World Institute on Disability and the Tortora Brayda Institute. Sarah enjoys any opportunity to spend time with loved ones; focus on advocacy efforts for mental health as well as women, girls, and the Arts in STEAM; travel the globe; move the market; and help tilt the world in a more equitable direction.

If you are in the technology industry or in business and would like to be featured on one of our shows, on the new Legacy Media Hub website and in our Mastermindset newsletter, feel free to reach out directly and share with your friends.

Thank you once again for your time and attention; if you have found this valuable, please comment, like and share with your friends.

Kim-adele, Nathaniel and the Team

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