31: Seth Shapiro – Diesel Films
Seth Shapiro, CEO of Diesel Films, joins The Rob Cressy Show to talk about lessons learned along his entrepreneurial and creative journey. He talks about his early days of what it was like when he took his entrepreneurial leap and started Diesel Films, the balance of being creative vs selling, facing adversity and believing in yourself, things he’s noticed working with the most talented people, plus shares a story about how the name of his company came from working with the Miami Heat and Shaquille O’Neal. At the end Seth also shares some good words of wisdom that he learned from Dick Vitale.
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