Business, Politics & Society
Lesson time 04:58 min
Howard Schultz didn’t have an MBA or an Ivy League degree, but he had a dream of building an enduring company. He tells you how to face self-doubt when starting your journey as an entrepreneur.
Topics include: Self-Doubt
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz rose from a childhood in public housing to leading a company that revolutionized the way the world drinks coffee. With no formal business education, he relied on his values while growing a 13-store chain into a global brand with more than 250,000 employees. In his 90-minute video series, Howard shares what he’s learned about business leadership and being an entrepreneur.
Overall is awesome, but need to address broader and lengthy lesson for business leadership.
As a cofounder, this class has helped me learn and work on some valuable strategies, behaviors, and lessons to carry through with the rest of my team and partners.
Howards conviction, leadership and approach has and always will be inspiring.
Empowering the people that work in the company is fundamental, they must share our values and embrace the idea as their own.