Episode 7 · 4 weeks ago
Play Bold: Bolder Leaders of our Time
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The award-winning Stanford, Harvard, Rise, and Northwestern Professor Dr. Lynn W. Phillips epical interview where he discussed how it was to have the world's fourth-richest person on the planet in his class. Lynn also discusses how he declared victory over his cancer where he had a 5% chance of survival, and his perspective on how to create true customer value that goes far beyond the board room.
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