27 Mar March 28, 2016 – How to Experiment w Steve Gold & Doc Helper David Denniston
Steven K. Gold – Author of “How We Succeed: Making Good Things Happen Through the Power of Smart Experiments”
Steven K. Gold empowers individuals and organizations using the lessons of entrepreneurial strategy and practice. As Chairman of Gold Global Advisors, he advises clients throughout the United States, Europe, Middle East and Asia. Steve began his career as an entrepreneur. He started and successfully exited several ventures in the fields of biotechnology, software, mobile mapping and intellectual property. He was then invited to teach entrepreneurship, first as Senior Partner for Entrepreneurship at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, and later as Professor of Entrepreneurship Practice at Babson Global. Steve has taught entrepreneurial strategy and practice to audiences around the world. Steve is the author of Entrepreneur’s Notebook: Practical Advice for Starting a New Business Venture (2006) and How We Succeed: Making Good Things Happen through the Power of Smart Experiments (2016). He’s an expert on the behavioral science of sustainable success who helps leaders and organizations compete most effectively in today’s global environment.
David Denniston is an author, tax consultant, & financial consultant, and an expert on physician finances. He is a managing partner with the Capital Advisory Group Advisory Services. They are one of the largest registered investment advisors and were recently recognized by Forbes as one of the 50 fastest growing advisors. His personal podcast, dedicated to physicians, is focused on “financial freedom” and just as importantly, how physicians can engage in healthy & a prosperous mindset! His philosophy is that we can all learn from others and who better to talk to physicians than other physicians and experts in various areas! David wants to see every physician lower their taxes, destroy their debt, and enjoy a joyous, liberated lifestyle so that they can focus on what they love most- their families, their patients, and the activities that give them joy.