The world around us is changing at a blinding rate, both at home and at work.
And few people know this as well as Lew Jaffe.
And yet, often what holds us back from top performance isn’t our skills, training, or equipment.
Lew Jaffe is an entrepreneur, an author, and a Clinical Professor at the Fred Kiesner Center for Entrepreneurship. But that is just scratching the surface. One of his greatest accomplishments is the fact he has earned notoriety for being a pioneer in the video conferencing revolution and its effect on relationships and business.
In this episode, Lew Jaffe joins John to talk about the emergence of video communication, how Millennials differ from Baby Boomers in the business world, and the importance of developing genuine relationships in your business and personal life. John even learns how Lew earned the nickname The Godfather of Video Conferencing.
In this episode, we also talk about:
Here’s a Glimpse of What You’ll Hear:
- How Lew Got the Nickname The Godfather of Video Conferencing
- The Growth of Video Messaging and Calling
- How Video Accelerates and Enhances Relationships for the Real World
- Why Video Communication is More Than Just Video Conferencing
- The Importance of Seeing Your Audience in Interpersonal Communication
- The Differences Between Baby Boomers and Millennials in Business and Work Ethic
- It is Okay that Millennials Don’t Work a Traditional 9 to 5 as Long as They Get the Work Done
- How the Digital Age is on the Verge of Creating Super Artificial Intelligence
- New Technology and Business Theory Needs People Who are Both Right-Brained and Left-Brained
- Bombing a Job Interview: how Lew Turned a Bad Interview Into a Great Opportunity
- The Importance of Being Prepared for Every Meeting
- The Relationships You Have Are One of Your Greatest Assets
- The Advantages and Disadvantages of Public Companies Versus Private Companies
- Giving With the Expectation of Getting Something Back Doesn’t Work as Well as Genuine Giving
- Who Lew Thanks for His Success
- Lew Jaffe
- The One Day MBA: The Critical Stuff They Don’t Teach In Business School by Lew Jaffe
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