On the premiere episode of Big Money Energy, Ryan is joined by entrepreneur and “Shark Tank” star Daymond John to discuss why becoming financially literate is the most important part of your education. The FUBU founder recalls his humble beginnings as a pencil salesman in elementary school, shares important lessons from his new book “Powershift,” and reveals how to go from having $40 to $6 billion.For more about the episode and a blueprint you can use to take action based on Daymond John's story, go to bigmoneyenergy.com/podcast.
Our cover figure in the brand new issue of SUCCESS, on newsstands everywhere Feb. 2, is none other than Daymond John. Before becoming a star investor on Shark Tank, John founded FUBU, the breakout apparel company that made his fortune and earned him the status of superstar entrepreneur. These days he's committed to helping create more FUBUs through projects like “Black Entrepreneurs Day,” in which 10 Black-owned businesses were selected to each receive a $25,000 grant and a one-on-one mentoring session with Daymond himself. In this conversation with Kindra Hall, he shared how purpose drives him forward. The SUCCESS Stories podcast takes you behind the scenes with the most successful authors, speakers, athletes, entrepreneurs, and other high achievers. Learn more about their journeys to the top at www.success.com.
New York Times bestselling author, branding expert, and original cast member of the four-time Emmy® Award-winning series "Shark Tank," Daymond John joins the podcast! Taffer and John explain what it means to seize the moment, even when the world is trying heal from a global pandemic. Shut It Down with another amazing episode… RIGHT NOW!For more Jon Taffer, visit JonTaffer.com Follow Jon on IG: @jontaffer Follow Jon on Twitter: @jontaffer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil Simms Tells Playoff Stories and Previews Conference Championships. Plus, Talking Business With 'Shark Tank' Star Daymond John.
The Ryen Russillo Podcast
Russillo is joined by two-time Super Bowl champion and broadcasting legend Phil Simms to discuss Chiefs-Bills and Packers-Buccaneers, how wind factors into QB play, losing to the 1985 Chicago Bears in the divisional round, winning the Super Bowl the next year, coach Bill Parcells, and more (1:30). Then Ryen talks to entrepreneur and author Daymond John about some behind-the-scenes 'Shark Tank' stuff, using money as a "tool," investing during the pandemic, setting goals for yourself, advice for new entrepreneurs, and more (34:00). Finally, Ryen answers a listener-submitted Life Advice question (1:07:00).
THIS is what you've been waiting for! Daymond John turned $40 into a $6 BILLION fashion movement, FUBU. He’s s a 5-time bestselling author. He’s a shark investor on the 4-time Emmy Award-winning show Shark Tank AND one of the greatest motivational and business speakers in the world. He’s also my respected colleague and friend and one of the GREATEST entrepreneurs of all time! The entrepreneur’s path to success isn’t always pretty and Daymond and I are the REAL DEAL. In this interview, we are pulling back the veil of glamor as Daymond shares the STRUGGLE and GRIND he went through to build his empire. From learning how to turn your flaws into your winning assets and building up self-confidence to the skill of creating your personal presence and learning the fine art of negotiation, This interview will leave you equipped to compete with the best of the best. AND Daymond is giving the inside scoop on the #1 invested product on Shark Tank history! He reveals the secrets behind a successful pitch and the diffidence between entrepreneurs who take advantage of great opportunities vs the ones who drown in it. EXPERIENCE is life’s greatest teacher and there is SO MUCH of it in this interview you can’t afford to miss it! Get in on these MILLION DOLLAR business lessons the will put you ahead of 99% of the game!
Mark Cuban and Daymond John - Inspiring A New Generation of Entrepreneurs
Two stars from the ABC hit show Shark Tank -- Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, and Daymond John, founder and CEO of apparel company FUBU -- aren't just successful on the balance sheet. They're inspirational figures for American entrepreneurs from all backgrounds.We cover serious topics such as:How businesses can adapt to disruptive events like the coronavirusHow money has (or has not) changed the two -- and why they still get up every morning eager to do businessHow businesses can navigate challenging relationships with ChinaHow manufacturing can return to the U.S.And share some laughs with:Mark and Daymond's competition to be the better dancerDaymond's dad jokesBehind-the-scenes stories from the set of Shark TankBe sure to watch them on stage at Engage at the Bush Center, presented by Highland Capital Management.
Dow Closes Up 113 Points, Logitech CEO, & Daymond John
Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer
The Dow ended the day in the green, up 113 points, and Jim Cramer is breaking down today's market activity. Next, what's in store for Logitech after earnings? Cramer's talking to CEO Bracken Darrell to dig deeper into the most recent quarter. Then, Cramer's taking a closer look at how the marijuana industry could be impacted by the upcoming election. Plus, Cramer's conversation with Shark Tank's Daymond John on small business, social change and more.
Daymond John | The New York Times Best-Selling Author, FUBU Founder and Shark Tank “Shark” On How to Transform Any Situation, Close Any Deal, and Achieve Any Outcome
Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
Daymond John, the New York Times best-selling author, founder of FUBU, Shark Tank “Shark”, investor and consultant shares how he turned a $40 investment into a $6 billion fashion brand FUBU, how to make lasting connections, how he overcame dyslexia and much more.
Daymond John - Why financial intelligence is the secret to making millions
Good Money with Derrick Kinney
In today’s episode, Derrick Kinney interviews successful entrepreneur, investor and one of the sharks from the hit TV show Shark Tank, Daymond John, on how his successes and failures have taught him that financial intelligence is the key to business and personal success. What You Will Learn: ● How Daymond shares about his false perception of money as a kid and how he didn’t start to really make money until it was a byproduct of doing something he was passionate about ● Money is a tool that can be used for good or for bad ● Daymond shares how early on he was almost homeless due to his lack of financial intelligence ● What the power of broke is and why it’s crucial to business success ● The 3 main things you need to be aware of if you are considering starting a business ● What it looks like to empower those around you for mutual success ● The 3 parts to the negotiation process ● Why it’s important to be selfish in a good way ● How giving is such an important factor in financial success Inspirational Quotes: ● “Overnight success takes 15 years.” - Daymond John ● “Money is a tool..and if you know and have financial intelligence, and you know how it works then you are able to build things with that tool.” - Daymond John ● “Whether you’re making $30,000 a year or $30,000,000 a year, financial intelligence is crucial.” - Daymond John ● “Sometimes we halt negotiations halfway through because we internalize way more and we’re not thinking about the best interest of that person or we’re not asking the right questions.” - Daymond John ● “What can I do that’s in my control to make a positive difference?” - Derrick Kinney Recommended Resources: ● Power Shift by Daymond John ● 5 Ways Your Resentment of Money is Ruining the World (free download)
#182 Daymond John on The Skills You Need to Build A Multi-Million Dollar Business| Impact Theory
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
CEO Daymond John turned a forty dollar budget into the 6 billion dollar FUBU clothing empire. This is a man who grew up in Hollis, Queens, who didn’t see anyone who he could call a role model in the world of fashion, and who was told he would never amount to anything. So when he says, “If I could do it, you can do it”, he knows what he’s talking about. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Daymond John shares the practical advice and no-nonsense wisdom that has made him incredibly successful. He discusses the three critical steps to negotiation, advises entrepreneurs to take what he calls “affordable steps”, and strongly advocates constantly seeking out new mentors. This episode is brought to you by: Impact Theory University: university.impacttheory.com Skillshare: Explore your creativity at skillshare.com/impacttheory for 2 free months of Premium Membership. ShipStation: FREE for 60 days when you use offer code IMPACT at ShipStation.com SHOW NOTES: Daymond explains that no one is going to save you or even get you off the couch [1:23] Daymond suggests that you write your own obituary and really take inventory [3:12] Daymond shares the difficulties he has overcome in his own life [5:59] Daymond’s mother always disciplined him and pushed him to own his own destiny [8:31] Daymond knew what he didn’t want out of life, so he challenged himself [14:36] Daymond strongly advocates constantly finding new mentors [18:11] Daymond suggests knowing who you truly are before getting married [22:04] Daymond describes the methods his mother used to educate herself [22:56] Daymond suggests young people become financially literate and learning coding [25:03] Daymond strongly advocates that people take what he calls “affordable steps” [26:55] Entrepreneurship was hard for Daymond because he didn’t see black people in that role [30:43] Daymond describes the traits he seeks in employees [35:35] Daymond breaks down how negotiation works [37:32] Daymond explains what you should do if you want to work with someone like him [40:25] The key to negotiation is to figure out what’s in it for the other person [42:58] The final part of negotiation is nurturing the relationship [45:10] You need to have empathy for everyone you are negotiating with [47:11] QUOTES: “I’ve met people that are more successful than me, that had it harder than me.” [8:02] “I’m in charge of my own destiny.” [12:18] “When I see really, truly successful entrepreneurs, they failed six or seven or eight times.” [30:20] FOLLOW: WEBSITE: daymondjohn.com/ INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/thesharkdaymond/ FACEBOOK: facebook.com/TheSharkDaymond/ TWITTER: twitter.com/TheSharkDaymond