1 hr 23 min

#31 Big Problems Require Bigger Vision w/ Sylvie Légère, President of the Policy Circle Ditch Digger CEO with Gary Rabine

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Our goal is to inspire everyone to start their own business and help you grow it to millions or even billions in value so if you feel any benefit from this episode please let us know by leaving an iTunes review, sharing this episode on social media and emailing a link to anyone you think would also find benefit here. Thank you.

Sylvie Légère is the co-founder and President of The Policy Circle (http://www.thepolicycircle.org), a national grassroots network with a mission to educate, inspire and develop community leaders. Equipped with facts, policy circle women get involved in the governance of their communities, and assert their voices into dialogs on the impact of public policy on creativity and entrepreneurship. Sylvie spent her career in technology program management, including infrastructure and learning technologies, at firms such as Accenture, TD Ameritrade, and JP Morgan Chase. She was the co-owner of a bicycle shop, and is also an investor in start-ups committed to connecting people from vulnerable communities to jobs. Sylvie earned an undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Ottawa, Canada, and a Master’s in Computer Science with a specialization in the Learning Sciences from Northwestern University, in Evanston, Illinois.

5:00 Sylvie’s childhood; father was a politician

11:55 First job at Accenture

15:35 Problem solving

18:04 STEM and going into computer science

21:49 “Raise your gaze” - [Elise Stefanik]

23:37 Gary worked in a factory during winters

27:11 Knowing your industry

28:21 7 habits of highly effective people

34:50 The Policy Circle starting


Fact-based articles so you can engage in a discussion

Gives you the tools to affect your community

Technology widens the gap

48:13 Policy Library: over 300 circles; busy women

52:56 Finding the middle ground

55:30 The goal of The Policy Circle: eliminate conflict and focus on facts

1:01:20 Mentors / DiSC is most valuable tool

1:05:48 3500 members

1:11:11 Talked to JCN

1:15:28 Could you do this in any other country?

1:17:31 Quinton’s true takeaways

Connect with Gary Rabine and DDCEO:

Visit the DDCEO BLOG: https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/

Follow DDCEO on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DitchDiggerCEO

Like DDCEO on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DitchDiggerCEO

Follow DDCEO on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DitchDiggerCEO

Check out https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/ for this week's TOP 8 Business Growth strategies and subscribe to our newsletter to download Gary’s 13 Keys to Creating a Multi-Million Dollar Business.

Follow us on Instagram @DitchDiggerCEO (https://www.instagram.com/ditchdiggerceo/) for more helpful Business Growth tips.

Our goal is to inspire everyone to start their own business and help you grow it to millions or even billions in value so if you feel any benefit from this episode please let us know by leaving an iTunes review, sharing this episode on social media and emailing a link to anyone you think would also find benefit here. Thank you.

Sylvie Légère is the co-founder and President of The Policy Circle (http://www.thepolicycircle.org), a national grassroots network with a mission to educate, inspire and develop community leaders. Equipped with facts, policy circle women get involved in the governance of their communities, and assert their voices into dialogs on the impact of public policy on creativity and entrepreneurship. Sylvie spent her career in technology program management, including infrastructure and learning technologies, at firms such as Accenture, TD Ameritrade, and JP Morgan Chase. She was the co-owner of a bicycle shop, and is also an investor in start-ups committed to connecting people from vulnerable communities to jobs. Sylvie earned an undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Ottawa, Canada, and a Master’s in Computer Science with a specialization in the Learning Sciences from Northwestern University, in Evanston, Illinois.

5:00 Sylvie’s childhood; father was a politician

11:55 First job at Accenture

15:35 Problem solving

18:04 STEM and going into computer science

21:49 “Raise your gaze” - [Elise Stefanik]

23:37 Gary worked in a factory during winters

27:11 Knowing your industry

28:21 7 habits of highly effective people

34:50 The Policy Circle starting


Fact-based articles so you can engage in a discussion

Gives you the tools to affect your community

Technology widens the gap

48:13 Policy Library: over 300 circles; busy women

52:56 Finding the middle ground

55:30 The goal of The Policy Circle: eliminate conflict and focus on facts

1:01:20 Mentors / DiSC is most valuable tool

1:05:48 3500 members

1:11:11 Talked to JCN

1:15:28 Could you do this in any other country?

1:17:31 Quinton’s true takeaways

Connect with Gary Rabine and DDCEO:

Visit the DDCEO BLOG: https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/

Follow DDCEO on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DitchDiggerCEO

Like DDCEO on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DitchDiggerCEO

Follow DDCEO on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DitchDiggerCEO

1 hr 23 min

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