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Financial Technology "Godfather" Ron Suber

FinTech "godfather" Ron Suber has had the sorts of exits about which every entrepreneur dreams. He has a healthy perspective about enough and doesn't have to work. Rather than ride off into the sunset in retirement, Ron travels the world in Rewirement and stays active in 20-plus companies. In talking about the Golden Age of FinTech as a way to empower more people around the globe, he challenges people at all stages to approach each day with intention.


From LinkedIn to Zen with Yingzhao Liu

Many of us struggle to find work-life balance. LinkedIn's Yingzhao Liu suggests instead focusing on work-life INTEGRATION. She shares her experiences from a young immigrant from China to a User Experience Design Director at LinkedIn. She leads LinkedIn’s user experience for international markets, focusing on the emerging markets of China and India. Oh yes, and she lives in a Zen Center full time with her life partner and young daughter!


Golden State Warriors GM Bob Myers, Part II of II

“It is amazing how much can be accomplished if no one cares who gets the credit.” Bob Myers strives to live by these words from legendary UCLA coach John Wooden. In the second part of our conversation, Bob talks about the inclusivity of Stephen Curry and the mindset of the Warriors organization. He shares about the impact his work at San Quentin prison has had on his perspective, and how he tries to balance going too fast and slow.


Golden State Warriors GM Bob Myers, Part I of II

What is true success? Golden State Warriors President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Bob Myers has helped build one of the greatest teams in the history of the National Basketball Association. He shares how his faith and family help keep him centered. From the highs of championships, to the devastating low of losing his brother-in-law to an accident while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, Bob provides a candid view of the realities of his life and his favorite definition of success.