Charles discusses the differences between working in small and large companies, the difficulties of selling new media during its origins, his rollercoaster ride of wealth through the dot com bubble, and his emphasis on happiness and enjoying the ride.
Scott discusses how both his creative and analytical qualities, leadership and competitive roles in sports, and ability to cope with the word “no” helped him become the successful entrepreneur that he is today. He also talks about his desire to create a meaningful culture in the work environment, through blending work and life on the job, and he gives four key elements that attribute success to entrepreneurs.
Mark discusses how his start on Wall Street taught him the importance of learning on the job, and explains how his passion for being an entrepreneur pushed him to leave corporate life and into start-ups.
Mark talks about the challenge of commercializing next generation technology, discusses recent advancements in energy efficiency and power generation, and states the importance of creating value propositions through selling solutions rather than technology.
Joshua discusses mistakes as a part of experiencing life, learning from your failures, the challenge of being a truly sustainable company in a competitive industry, and his desire to influence corporations to follow in Pangea's people-oriented, sustainable path.