“ I think my greatest strength was just being open to learning, open to people, open to asking questions and being vulnerable…”
David and Gina discuss the importance of vulnerability, collaboration, and compassion in leadership. They explore the lessons that entrepreneurs learn from failure and the extreme importance of reinvention as an entrepreneur. Tune in to gain inspiration from David’s refreshingly honest account on his own experiences as an entrepreneur.
During the past 25 years, I have started seven businesses from scratch and now use those experiences to help others with their entrepreneurial dreams.
I'm a three-time Inc. Magazine 5000 Growth Company winner, a TEDx speaker, an adjunct professor at the University of Rochester, and the author of business and college planning books.
I'm a graduate of the University at Buffalo and of the MIT Entrepreneurial Master’s Program, an executive education program offered through the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO).
I'm a board member for the Western NY Make-A-Wish Foundation and a local board member for Junior Achievement.
My most recent book “Crash and Learn: Lessons in Business” quickly rose to the top of the Amazon best seller lists. Other books include “Make Love in the Workplace” and “101 Things You Can Do to Become an Outstanding Young Adult.”
I have been a podcaster since 2016 and my impressive guest list includes Grant Cardone, Sharon Lechter, Mark Victor Hansen, Ellen Latham, Kevin Harrington, Verne Harnish, Ed Mylett and many more!
I have been requested to speak at international forums across a multitude of topics including entrepreneurship, business, sales, and higher education