“You’re going to be okay.”
Jeb Banner, CEO of Boardable, joins the show for a conversation about entrepreneurship, what it means to lead without manipulation, and why he stood in the gap for host Derrin Slack.
How would you react if all you had worked for evaporated in a matter of days? Prior to Boardable, Jeb had started another business, and through sudden and painful circumstances he found himself out of the company wondering how he was going to take care of his growing family.
Yet, in his darkest moment, someone stood in the gap for him assuring him, “You’re going to be ok.” Those words gave Jeb the courage to press on through the challenge, laying the groundwork to help him stand in the gap for others.
In This Episode:
- 00:57 –This or that? played with Jeb Banner
- 1:58 – A day in the life of a CEO
- 2:39 – Principles to guide work and goals
- 4:10 – How an influential person can impact you in a time of struggle
- 8:05 – The five words that changed Jeb’s life
- 9:59 – Then what did Jeb do?
- 10:47 – Why stand in the gap for others?
- 13:32 – Encouragement for listeners
- 15:17 – Our featured organization
Quotes From This Episode:
- “The people that have been burned are often the best leaders.” – Jeb
- “It’s okay to not know something. And it’s okay to say you don’t know something.” – Jeb
- “Everything in your life is there to teach you something. And if you accept that, then it reframes a lot of bad stuff as opportunities.” – Jeb
- Recovery Cafe Indy: https://www.recoverycafeindy.org/
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