Know What You Want to Do, and Don't Worry about Being Remembered

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  • Published on Dec 13, 2018
  • For show notes and resources mentioned in this video: 97thfloor.com/blog/simone
    The question of legacy is one that many business leaders wrestle with. How do they want to be remembered? What kind of a lasting impact do they hope to have on their industry and their world? It’s a common human theme. But is a focus on creating the right legacy something that we should allow to drive us, or should we be putting or attention elsewhere?
    In this video clip from “Innovation Ongoing: Business Insights from Simone Maraini” (part of the 97th Floor Mastermind Video Series), Shante schroeder and HZO Europe CEO and President Simone Maraini talk about Simone’s personal thoughts on legacy. According to Simone, those who work to be remembered often make poor choices in the name of legacy. Instead, he focuses on knowing what he wants to accomplish, and then using a well defined moral compass, he pursues those objectives. By doing so, he ensures a positive legacy, without having to obsess over it.
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