Welcome to Season 1, Episode 7 of the Leadership Execution Podcast and thank you, everyone, for listening. In this episode, I’d like to invite you to listen a wonderful interview of 2 young people with wonderful ideas: Nick Timms & Eduarda Bardavid who are the founders of Drag, a productivity application for Gmail! Please, join the discussion!
Drag is a new fresh application to help you organize your life and business in Gmail. It is designed to help you organize your inbox more effectively and convert your inbox to a project and task manager for all the things you have to do in your day!
The idea of making Gmail a more organized place and a central place to manage your projects and to-dos is not new. What is new though is the idea to use a well-proven paradigm for today’s startup companies (the Kanban approach) into your e-mail sphere.
That’s the Drag created! And the idea came from two young people, the Nick Timms and the Eduarda Bardavid who conceived the original idea and execute upon it developing a company with more than 22,000 people following its lead.
Nick and Eduarda “start business” having a good idea, a solid plan, and help from experts and mentors who help them to refine their plan and execute it.
Listen to what they have to say about starting a business and what that means to them!
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In this podcast you will find out:
- What “start business” really means,
- Why you should take the leap and start to chase your dreams,
- How to balance the personal with the professional level,
- Why it is important to have a plan (and a plan B, in any case),
- Why you should seek help and mentoring when you start a business,
- What place learning should do in your life, and
- Why it is of paramount importance to learn to execute on your plan.
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To be a leader or an entrepreneur, it means to reflect, to act, to change and to learn. But a primary function of a leader is to share.
A podcast can provoke many insights, comments, views, and one of my favorite parts is to provide you with the incentives and the inspiration to make a difference.
That’s why I invite you to join this conversation, by sharing your views and insights on how you could establish trusts with your clients!
Moreover, I’d like to provoke you a little further, with a small question!
Question: Do you know how to start a business? Are you even interested? And if yes, what you have done about that? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Additional Resources Related To Accountability Topics
If you want more information about the topics of this podcast you can explore the following resources:
- Drag [Application]
- The Inbox of the Future [Post]
- How did we launch on Product Hunt? [Post]
- Book Review: All In StartUp, by Diana Kander [Post]
- 4 Key Steps to Launching a Startup [Post]
- Startup Is Not All That Hype [Post]
- Critical Advice for Startups – 5 Ways to Control Spending [Post]
- Creative Ways To Finance Your Startup [Post]
- Kanban Board Explained in 6 Minutes [Post]
- The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses [Book]
- The Startup Owner’s Manual: The Step-by-Step Guide for Building a Great Company [Book]
- Glimpses of a Changing Scenery: How to Use Leadership, Science & Productivity Strategies to Win the Business Game [Book]
- The Simplicity Book [Book]
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