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Episode 11 – Discussing Entrepreneurial Success Traits With Shriya Sekhsaria

by | Jun 1, 2021

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Have you ever wondered why some CEOs or business owners can perform at work with focus and peace of mind while others are constantly stressed? 

Or, why some CEOs or business owners are considered amazing bosses by their team, while others are described as cranky and difficult to deal with? 

In this episode, Doug C. Brown talks to the 25-year-old CEO of Lumhaa: The Memory Jar Company, Shriya Sekhsaria, about traits that help to create an amazing company culture, raving fans, and profit in business. 

You will learn:

  • “The 3 agendas” that make your company perform at the very top level.  
  • Two types of stories that every business should be aware of when acquiring clients. 
  • Why and how practicing psychological well-being helps your company to grow faster. 

Episode’s guest – Shriya Sekhsaria

Shriya Sekhsaria is a bestselling author and CEO of Lumhaa: The Memory Jar Company, which helps people make “memory jars” — time capsules for relationships and experiences they care about. Shriya founded the company based on her award-winning psychology research at Princeton University, and her experiences with terminally ill children, army units around the world, and senior citizens with Alzheimer’s. She is a recipient of the 2020 Women STEM Entrepreneurs of the year award, has been recognized by the New Jersey Press Foundation, and is also a 3x All East archer awarded by USA Archery.

Visit her website: www.Lumhaa.com

Doug C. Brown is the CEO of Business Success Factors and creator of Sales Revenue Growth University, where he teaches the best sales revenue growth strategies for companies who are serious about their sales growth. These are the same strategies and methodologies that he used to increase a company’s close rate by 862% and their revenue growth by 116% - all within four months.

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