Tue, 11 October 2016
Jason Friedman is founder of CXFormula™. He helps fast-growing, entrepreneurial companies gain an unfair advantage over their competition. His clients range from solopreneurs to companies like ...in retail include (Foot Locker, Adidas, Nike), hospitality (W Hotels, Universal Studios, Disney,), financial services (Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Fidelity), higher education (Stanford & Harvard Universities) and Online Services / Information Products. In 2008, Jason sold his first company (Creative Realities) in the high 8-figures. He has started and successfully exited 4 other businesses.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
In this episode…
In this episode of Inspired Insider, you get to hear the story of how Jason Friedman almost lost everything because he had no vision for the future after selling his company for 8 figures. In answer to Jeremy’s questions, he reveals how he pushed through it and what he does today to keep from making that same “lack of vision” mistake again.
Every day Jason writes down the things he’s grateful for and thinks about the things he’s doing in light of where he wants to go. He’s seen a tremendous change in his own sense of purpose and vision for the future by implementing this ritual. He describes what he does in detail in this episode, so be sure you take the time to listen.
Jason Friedman’s passion for crafting exceptional customer experiences was born in entertainment. He worked as a lighting designer and roadie for various music groups including Carlos Vives, Juan Gabriel, Fleetwood Mac, Peter Gabriel and Rush. From those experiences, he draws a wealth of creative ideas that help entrepreneurs thrive.
Jason says that he’s most skilled in experiential marketing, live events, and brand activation. He wants to help his clients make their customer experience the best in their niche. Jason works with clients via private consulting, small group workshops, live events, and online training to explode their growth.
But Jason Friedman is not only a coach, he’s also a student. When Jeremy asked him where he goes when he needs business advice for himself, Jason rattled off at least 3 high-level mastermind groups that he’s currently active in and touted the benefits of being around people who can help you raise your game. You can learn how to get into Jason’s coaching events yourself, on this episode.
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