Welcome to The Bradford Principles, hosted by entrepreneur, CEO, investor, and public speaker David Bradford. On this podcast you'll find a mix of my interviews, keynote speeches on networking and business, quick biz tips and advice, as well as new and current thoughts I record originally for this audio experience!
Fear is to let you know something great is about to happen
Short story from an interview with Entrepreneur On Fire of a uncertain time in my life that was really the beginning of something great in my life.
EO Fire's John Lee Dumas interviews David Bradford
David is known as the Human Internet. He is a highly successful CEO and the man that hired the inventor of the Apple Computer, Steve Wozniak. He is now a Best-selling Author with his new book Up Your Game.
Lesson in Business from golf in Napa
There is no substitute for hard work.. talent is often over valued. Those willing to put the time in and persist will win
After years of getting asked; "David - How do I build my business?", I decided to create a short video series that shares my ideas. This mini course is completely free for anyone. I believe your network is the greatest business tool for success. Most people struggle to effectively make meaningful important connections that grow their network. I’ve been fortunate enough to be the CEO of two of Americas fastest growing technology companies. I even hired Steve Wozniak the inventor of the apple computer to work for me. After 35yrs of real world experience I'd like to give back and share my 4 rules for success in business. Applying these principles will enable anyone to grow their network, make important connections, and succeed in any business.
Google’s Eric Schmidt called these "timeless precepts that will help anyone build a strong foundation for success in life and business.”
Quick Tip #4 Give With No Expectation Of Getting /
When we give with no expectation of getting.. great things happen! Quick story of a time a gave some of my time that lead to a much needed meeting with a Saudi prince.
Quick Tip #3 How to follow up / Malcolm Gladwell Story
BEST Way to Follow up
1. quickly 24-48hrs
2. Be personal
How I got a fast response from Malcolm Galdwell
Larry King David Bradford Full interview
Larry Kind interviews D Bradford they discuss entrepreneurship, business networking, and communication
great tips and stories
cant wait for DB to start his interview show