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134 | The Trap of Success with Gene Hammett

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Gene Hammett works with companies to discover new strategies for growth. From small businesses to large corporations, he presents his ideas on becoming THE choice, not a choice, and unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit by activating internal brand ambassadors for companies. Gene’s podcast, Leaders in the Trenches, has been recognized by Inc. and Entrepreneur for its insight on marketing and sales leadership.

Gene is also the author of The Trap of Success: A Brutally Candid Guide to Overcoming Your Fears, Finding Significance, and Achieving Profound Success. A regular contributor to Entrepreneur, Gene has also been featured in Forbes, Success, Business Insider, and Inc.

In This Episode, Gene Reveals:

  • A pivotal moment is his career where he lost $3 million overnight in a contract gone bad, and how that profound experience changed the course of his life.
  • How he would coach a hotelier to become a leader within their property, their community and the industry.
  • What his book, the trap of success, is about and who he wrote it for.

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