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Jack Chen delivers talks and training for corporations and other organizations on empowering success for people with disabilities. Jack participates in Extreme Ultra Events, marathons, climbed Kilimanjaro, and will be on the Sea To See Team in this years 2018 race Across America.
In this episode we speak with marketing executive Sander Flaum. Sander has run a number of pharmaceutical marketing firms, including bringing the firm of RSCG Becker to number two in the world and starting his own consultancy, Flaum Navigators. At one point in Sander’s career, he failed to receive a promotion to run Lederley Labs (now part of Pfiser) because members of the board thought that Sander’s stutter was a form of mental illness. Sander set out to be more successful than any of them. Join us to hear Sander’s attitudes, techniques, and practices that enabled him to achieve incredible success.
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Sander will show us that
Hard work and demonstrating that you are better than the competition,
Engaging quality mentors,
Discussing your disability as a way to take the pressure off, and
When discussing your disability, talking about how it has taught you to work harder and smarter than the next guy
have led to his tremendous success.
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