In this video from Mindvalley’s A-Fest 2016 Mexico, Jeffrey Perlman, former Global CMO for Zumba, addresses how he faced the inevitabilities when billion-dollar ideas came to him while building the Zumba brand.
Within 5 minutes, you’ll discover the stages to help you face unavoidable realities when starting your business.
- (0:00) — Harnessing an idea is a lot like parenting. Before you can begin to support your ideas, you have to let it come through you;
- (1:24) — The 2006 Zumba slogan, “Ditch the Workout, Join the Party” threatened the company’s business partnerships. But Jeffrey soon learned how to overcome this inevitable possibility;
- (2:50) — When building the company, Zumba took the feedback they received and turned it into a unique approach to prayer;
- (3:30) — When finding your company’s voice, it’s a certainty that you’ll want to reference other business models. Learn what Jeffrey has to say about applying this inevitable action;
Here’s a strong takeaway from the talk:
“It’s like parenting — you want your kid to be whatever he wants to be. Not whatever you or the world impose on him.”
— Jeffrey Perlman
If this talk excites you, watch this video to discover how you can expand your vision.
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