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Aug 16, 2019

About This Episode:

Our guest this week was Scott Page, the Saxophone player for Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto aside from music he is an entrepreneur and technologist.

He is currently involved in a new project called Think:EXP. In this Freestyle Friday episode, we look at what we learned from Scott and how it applies to your life.

In this episode we learned:

  • Always do your best, you never know what opportunities you can create
  • Learn the business side and how to sell your art
  • Look at problems as opportunities
  • Build teams if you really want to win

 

Find out more about Scott at: 

http://iamscottpage.com/

http://thinkexp.co/

 

See the Show Notes:
www.jeremyryanslate.com/602

 

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