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From Founder To CEO

Todd Uterstaedt

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If you are a Founder who loves the company you started, and you want to be the CEO that pilots it to sustained success, you’re in the right place! Hear from dynamic, inspiring, and successful Founders as they share their insightful stories and practical tips that make becoming the CEO more fun, stress free, and easier to build and scale the company and life of your dreams. Your guide, Todd Uterstaedt, is super passionate about Startup CEO success and wants to help boost your leadership capabilities, confidence, and mindset so that you can: 1) Build, scale, and lead your company commensurate with your dreams and aspirations 2) Maintain control of your company 3) Enhance your company’s valuation for possible succession or a profitable exit. It’s leadership development for the busy Founder and CEO.

Latest Episodes

The Gift Of Struggle

To be seen. To matter. I think we may take this for granted sometimes. As leaders, it's important we do our best to make sure everyone on our team is "seen." Bobby learned this first as one of 13 in his family and then later as CEO of the company he founded. This is an emotional interview. I recommend you listen to Bobby very carefully and then read his book. Thank me later. ;)

46 MIN6 d ago
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The Gift Of Struggle

Are you going for depth over breadth like Dan?

Who doesn't have the dream to travel the world as an entrepreneur leading and living through their laptop? Dan did. But, soon he realized some of the limitations of scaling his business while traveling the world. And, in this candid conversation, Dan shares his transition from breadth to depth as a Founder and CEO.

34 MIN1 w ago
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Are you going for depth over breadth like Dan?

Are you a helicopter delegator?

I must admit, as an entrepreneur, it takes me a while to transition to vacation mode. That's why when Daniel explains what happened on his honeymoon, I think many of us could relate. Daniel has built an amazing company, and he shares an insight about "helicopter delegation" that we all need to pay attention to.

34 MIN2 w ago
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Are you a helicopter delegator?

How do you help your team deal with the loss of a team member?

When I reached out to Ben and Stacey to be on the show, I was excited to talk to the leaders of my favorite pizza. It was a real treat. But, in the process of speaking with them, I got so much more. Listen as they share the heart-breaking story of losing a friend and team member. Their insight and advice is not only a reflection of the culture of their company, but also a reflection of their own kindness and decency...a model for all of us to remember.

39 MIN3 w ago
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How do you help your team deal with the loss of a team member?

Do You Document & Delegate Like Damon? Maybe You Should?

Damon discovered the secret to what many of you tell me you struggle with...how to delegate more effectively. He offers a unique perspective on the idea of document and delegate like Damon.

40 MINSEP 17
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Do You Document & Delegate Like Damon? Maybe You Should?

Harvard Athlete/Founder On Getting The Co-Founder Roles Right

This Harvard Scholar Athlete is at the top of his game. Ron shares his incredible journey to entrepreneurship in his 40s and how getting co-founder roles right is essential to startup success.

31 MINSEP 10
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Harvard Athlete/Founder On Getting The Co-Founder Roles Right

Sam Parr: 1,000,000 Email Subscribers & Super Self-Aware About His Strengths

Over 1,000,000 subscribers...for news...via email. Really? Yes! It's quite an interesting benchmark in 2019. This is what Sam Parr and his team have built...in a relatively short time period.So, the question is, how? How did Sam do this? Why? And, what other counterintuitive, ironic twists are there about this successful Founder and his business that has prompt hundreds of thousands to open his email...everyday? Listen and you will learn.

47 MINSEP 3
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Sam Parr: 1,000,000 Email Subscribers & Super Self-Aware About His Strengths

His Software Crashed & He Learned A Valuable Leadership Lesson

Think you can't learn anything from a Founder who has scaled a residential cleaning service? Think again. Ron shares his unique model for scaling AND what he learned about himself as a leader when his company went through what he called BLACK MONDAY. Let's just say it has something to do with his entire software system crashing.

30 MINAUG 27
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His Software Crashed & He Learned A Valuable Leadership Lesson

Fired As Founder/CEO, 2nd Time Founder Shares Key Lessons

I'll try not to be over dramatic about this...but, Marc is a BIG reason I started the "From Founder To CEO" platform. Many Founders were calling me for help. During this same time period, I read Marc's piece on Geek Wire. The title was: "Stop being a founder, and start being a CEO." I've been wanting to interview him ever since. He shares A LOT in this interview.

35 MINAUG 20
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Fired As Founder/CEO, 2nd Time Founder Shares Key Lessons

Big Lessons From a Disastrous Launch Into The United Kingdom

The barbershop experience had not been updated until Songe, his co-founder David, and their team launched Squire. It's an innovative and fast-growing startup that has taken a tremendous amount of effort, but is yielding big results. Songe shares what happened when they tried to secure a big client in the United Kingdom and what he learned from the "disastrous" experience.

35 MINAUG 13
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Big Lessons From a Disastrous Launch Into The United Kingdom

Latest Episodes

The Gift Of Struggle

To be seen. To matter. I think we may take this for granted sometimes. As leaders, it's important we do our best to make sure everyone on our team is "seen." Bobby learned this first as one of 13 in his family and then later as CEO of the company he founded. This is an emotional interview. I recommend you listen to Bobby very carefully and then read his book. Thank me later. ;)

46 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The Gift Of Struggle

Are you going for depth over breadth like Dan?

Who doesn't have the dream to travel the world as an entrepreneur leading and living through their laptop? Dan did. But, soon he realized some of the limitations of scaling his business while traveling the world. And, in this candid conversation, Dan shares his transition from breadth to depth as a Founder and CEO.

34 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Are you going for depth over breadth like Dan?

Are you a helicopter delegator?

I must admit, as an entrepreneur, it takes me a while to transition to vacation mode. That's why when Daniel explains what happened on his honeymoon, I think many of us could relate. Daniel has built an amazing company, and he shares an insight about "helicopter delegation" that we all need to pay attention to.

34 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Are you a helicopter delegator?

How do you help your team deal with the loss of a team member?

When I reached out to Ben and Stacey to be on the show, I was excited to talk to the leaders of my favorite pizza. It was a real treat. But, in the process of speaking with them, I got so much more. Listen as they share the heart-breaking story of losing a friend and team member. Their insight and advice is not only a reflection of the culture of their company, but also a reflection of their own kindness and decency...a model for all of us to remember.

39 MIN3 w ago
Comments
How do you help your team deal with the loss of a team member?

Do You Document & Delegate Like Damon? Maybe You Should?

Damon discovered the secret to what many of you tell me you struggle with...how to delegate more effectively. He offers a unique perspective on the idea of document and delegate like Damon.

40 MINSEP 17
Comments
Do You Document & Delegate Like Damon? Maybe You Should?

Harvard Athlete/Founder On Getting The Co-Founder Roles Right

This Harvard Scholar Athlete is at the top of his game. Ron shares his incredible journey to entrepreneurship in his 40s and how getting co-founder roles right is essential to startup success.

31 MINSEP 10
Comments
Harvard Athlete/Founder On Getting The Co-Founder Roles Right

Sam Parr: 1,000,000 Email Subscribers & Super Self-Aware About His Strengths

Over 1,000,000 subscribers...for news...via email. Really? Yes! It's quite an interesting benchmark in 2019. This is what Sam Parr and his team have built...in a relatively short time period.So, the question is, how? How did Sam do this? Why? And, what other counterintuitive, ironic twists are there about this successful Founder and his business that has prompt hundreds of thousands to open his email...everyday? Listen and you will learn.

47 MINSEP 3
Comments
Sam Parr: 1,000,000 Email Subscribers & Super Self-Aware About His Strengths

His Software Crashed & He Learned A Valuable Leadership Lesson

Think you can't learn anything from a Founder who has scaled a residential cleaning service? Think again. Ron shares his unique model for scaling AND what he learned about himself as a leader when his company went through what he called BLACK MONDAY. Let's just say it has something to do with his entire software system crashing.

30 MINAUG 27
Comments
His Software Crashed & He Learned A Valuable Leadership Lesson

Fired As Founder/CEO, 2nd Time Founder Shares Key Lessons

I'll try not to be over dramatic about this...but, Marc is a BIG reason I started the "From Founder To CEO" platform. Many Founders were calling me for help. During this same time period, I read Marc's piece on Geek Wire. The title was: "Stop being a founder, and start being a CEO." I've been wanting to interview him ever since. He shares A LOT in this interview.

35 MINAUG 20
Comments
Fired As Founder/CEO, 2nd Time Founder Shares Key Lessons

Big Lessons From a Disastrous Launch Into The United Kingdom

The barbershop experience had not been updated until Songe, his co-founder David, and their team launched Squire. It's an innovative and fast-growing startup that has taken a tremendous amount of effort, but is yielding big results. Songe shares what happened when they tried to secure a big client in the United Kingdom and what he learned from the "disastrous" experience.

35 MINAUG 13
Comments
Big Lessons From a Disastrous Launch Into The United Kingdom