Aug 18, 2020
On this week’s “I’m a Millionaire. So Now What?” I revisit an episode from February.
Remember February? Pre-Covid-19 February? 🦠😭💸
I was all set to launch Double to Sell, a workshop for business owners wanting a cash rich exit strategy.
Cameron Herold, AKA the CEO Whisperer, was booked as featured speaker and workshop leader.
Then 💥BOOM💥that all went out the window. But it’s BACK! Virtually, of course, on Nov 4 & 5 (info here).
With the event nearing, I thought he deserved an anticipatory Millionaire rerun!
Cameron Herold has a HUGE business brain, shakes the status quo, and shares a dirty little secret: business can actually be quite simple.
Enjoy the episode, hope to see you at the event!
Cameron Herold had 14 different little businesses by the age of 18. A born entrepreneur, he knew he loved money and loved business. By 20 years old, he owned a franchise business painting houses and had twelve employees. He spent his twenties and early 30’s heading up 3 large businesses and coaching over 120 entrepreneurs. One of whom was Kimball Musk, Elon Musk’s brother. In fact, Herold was a reference for their first round of funding in 1995. When he landed at 1-800-Got Junk? at the age of 35, he was their 14th employee. In six years as COO, the company grew from $2 million to $106 million, was operating in four countries and 330 cities, and earned second spot on the Canadian “best place to work” list. Something Herold, a firm believer in the power of company culture, considers one of his greatest accomplishments.