August 17, 2020
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Vision vs Visionaries…

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Vision vs Visionaries

The Visionary Chronicles Podcast Series…

Having Vision does not mean you are a Visionary. There are many inside a company that inherently misjudge their skillset, and while doing so can create havoc for others.

Being a true Visionary is one has envisioned the future before others and is able to implement their Vision through others to make it a reality. There are those Visionaries such as Edison or Einstein who by themselves were able to change the direction of history. More common are those Visionaries who have insight and can bring their ideas down to a level where others can both understand, and get passionate for its eventual commercialization. These Visionaries, ones who create before it is needed and can bring a team across boundaries to a common goal. These are the ones who define our future and provide solutions where none was found. The true Visionaries are ones to be celebrated, embraced, and acknowledged for having made our world a better place.

Please check out my new Podcast Series, The Visionary Chronicles. Available on Apple Podcast, Google Play, Spotify, iHeart, and Pandora.

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The author

Bryan Smeltzer is a successful consumer products business executive and entrepreneur. He has held executive-level roles in business development, product, and marketing with some of the world's most prestigious brands, including; Oakley, TaylorMade, Adidas, K-Swiss, Schutt Sports, among other international brands. In addition, Mr. Smeltzer founded an apparel brand, successfully running a profitable business for ten years, eventually selling to a VC firm. He currently oversees LiquidMind Inc., a global brand strategy firm that partners with both start-ups and established brands to empower their businesses to think different, be different, drive a passionate culture, and execute relentlessly.

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