Michael Schill: Going Beyond the Pandemic
Michael Schill is a 21st-century entrepreneur who has managed to marry skill sets in business, music, fashion, and professional sports into a one-stop tour de force brand name. Under the tutelage of New York Times Bestselling author and Real Estate mogul Grant Cardone, Michael has earned an Ivy League level of schooling in the Public Relations game from a ground zero perspective. Leveraging his credibility in a multitude of verticals, Michael has been able to demonstrate sustained production and mastery of SAAS sales over a host of platforms using BI Visualization & Data Analysis all while spearheading the nation’s premier Sales Team.
Working hand in hand with C-Level Executives and Stakeholders Michael has a proven track record of implementing and executing big-business initiatives that have been able to drive consistent growth in revenue over a large sample size.
Michael Schill is also an Executive Producer & Stakeholder of ‘The Crib Radio Show’ on DASH Radio, an Internet radio platform that reaches over 10 million people monthly. The show, ‘The Crib’, is a vehicle Michael uses to shed light on the Hip Hop/Urban scene by introducing musical acts, social influencers, and industry shakers.
Michael holds a BA in Exercise Science from Florida State University where he had the privilege of playing for their perennial national championship level football program.
In this episode, Dean Newlund and Michael Schill discuss:
- Giving a common goal to your people
- The success of the company and of the individual
- Treating members like customers
- Reaching your success
- For people to stay, stick together, and move forward united, they must be given a common goal or a common purpose.
- People don’t come into work to accomplish their bosses’ goals, but to accomplish their own. The challenge then for employers is figuring out how they can tie in the overall success of the organization with the success of the individual.
- You can’t motivate your people, you need to inspire them to be motivated. In the same way that you strive to meet the needs and desires of your customers, you must also treat your own members the same way.
- Success is relative to who you are as an individual. Being able to fulfill promises that you’ve made to yourself can already be considered a huge success.
“We all know that it’s not businesses that grow people, it’s people that grow businesses.” — Michael Schill
See Dean’s TedTalk “Why Business Needs Intuition” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEq9IYvgV7I
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