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David Cancel is the founder of Drift, a revenue acceleration platform. David has started and sold multiple businesses in his time, with his first company, Compete.com, selling for $150 million. Listen in as David talks about his life experiences, his time at HubSpot, how he started Drift, and the importance of learning and progression. Link Drift’s Website: https://www.drift.com/
189: David Cancel On Conversational Marketing And Sales
Make It Happen Mondays - B2B Sales Talk with John Barrows
Our guest this week is David Cancel, CEO and Founder of Drift. David has spent a lifetime as an avid learner and found a way to understand not just sales, but human decision making and why things work. John and David are going to go deep into the ebbs and flows of being in sales today, the short-term versus the long-term and the cyclical world that we all live, buy, and sell in.
David Cancel read 50 books in 2020, and he reveals his absolute favorites on this episode of BUILD. Tune in to hear which popular book influenced Drift’s approach to company culture, and which author is helping David plan for life after COVID-19. David Cancel is best known for being a serial founder and product visionary from his track record with Drift, HubSpot, and beyond.
Creating Colorful Oceans and Constant Discomfort with Drift’s David Cancel
Yes, and Marketing
Hear why purple oceans are better than blue and why being a CEO is part psychology, part politics. David also talks about the need to reinvent himself, the value of a commoditized market, and the strategy behind Drift.
S2E14 - Want recognition? Do something first. David Cancel, CEO of Drift
Surf and Sales
When data is a rearview mirror What it means to truly be "customer-oriented" How to recognize when the ego takes over. Building culture, through a-synchronous communications in a remote world. Going remote for good. Being a role model as an organization, not just a person. I never saw anyone else who looked like me. The difference between diversity and equitable Culture - the sum of the people at that time in the group Values - Actions promote and applaud and won't tolerate. The minute you are not willing to live the value your culture Ritual - It's not about the meeting. Its about the support and collaboration because of those meetings.
David Cancel is an American entrepreneur, investor, and founder of several software companies. He is the CEO and founder of Drift, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company which creates messaging software for businesses. David Cancel: - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dcancel/ - https://twitter.com/dcancel - https://www.drift.com/
Often hailed as one of the best CEOs for Diversity, a five-time founder and leading figure in the SaaS world, a best-selling author, Drift’s CEO David Cancel is a man of many talents. Even with such incredible successes and coveted positions, David humbly identifies himself as a father of two, who spends each day trying to be a little wiser (yes, Charlie Munger is his role model).Joining the conversation at Reboot, David talks about his utmost dedication to learning and how it manifests in his quest to turn his company and people into learning machines, as well as the idea and real challenges of being customer-centric. He explains how the rituals at Drift give people a strong sense of ownership, empower them to experiment and fail without repercussions as long as they learn from their mistakes, and help them feel centered around the shared mission and goals. David's long-term vision for Drift is to become the new face of Corporate America when it comes to diversity (we have full confidence he’ll get there!). For more insights from this brilliant entrepreneur, his reading tips, lifestyle, and eternal love for hip hop, check out the full episode.---Show notes:Learn more about DriftListen to the Seeking Wisdom podcastCheck out The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness by Eric JorgensonConnect with David Cancel
The Art of Servant Leadership with David Cancel, CEO of Drift
In episode #1, David Cancel (CEO of Drift) shares his insights and practical advice to implement Servant Leadership, Skip-Level Meetings, and Learning Loops in your organization. David is a five-time founder, two-time CEO, and best-selling author of “Conversational Marketing”. He was named the top-ranked CEO by USA Today and is currently an Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard. Tune in to hear all about David’s leadership philosophy! Enjoyed this episode? Be sure to leave a review and share the podcast with your colleagues.