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Rusty Rueff is the Chairman of The GRAMMY Foundation in Los Angeles. He most recently completed the successful 16 month leadership role as Coordinating National Co-Chair for Technology for Obama (T4O) for the reelection of President Obama and ten-years of Board service and President of the Board of Trustees of the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Corporately, most recently Rueff was the Chief Executive Officer at SNOCAP, Inc. until the acquisition of the company by imeem, Inc. in April 2008. Before joining SNOCAP in 2005, he was Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Electronic Arts (EA) from 1998 until 2005. He was also with the PepsiCo companies for more than ten years, with the Pratt & Whitney division of United Technologies for two years, and in commercial radio as an on-air personality for six years. Rusty holds an M.S. in counseling and a B.A. in radio and television from Purdue University. In 2003 he was named a distinguished Purdue alumnus, and he and his wife, Patti, are the named benefactors of Purdue’s Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts. He is a corporate director of HireVue, Inc., Glassdoor.com, Bookshout! (also a co-founder), runcoach, 1-Page, and workboard. He is the co-founder and Executive Committee Member of T4A.org and on the Founding Circle of The Centrist Project. He is also the co-author of the book Talent Force: A New Manifesto for the Human Side of Business.

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    10 Entrepreneurship Tips from Rusty Rueff, Chairman of The GRAMMY Foundation 10 Entrepreneurship Tips from Rusty Rueff, Chairman of The GRAMMY Foundation Presentation Transcript

    • Powered by insights from Rusty Rueff 10 Entrepreneurship Tips from Chairman of The GRAMMY Foundation
    • This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Rusty Rueff Rusty Rueff is the Chairman of The GRAMMY Foun- dation in Los Angeles. He most recently completed the successful 16 month leadership role as Coordi- nating National Co-Chair for Technology for Obama (T4O) for the reelection of President Obama and ten- years of Board service and President of the Board of Trustees of the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Corporately, most recently Rueff was the Chief Executive Officer at SNOCAP, Inc. until the acquisition of the company by imeem, Inc. in April 2008. Before joining SNOCAP in 2005, he was Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Electronic Arts (EA) from 1998 until 2005. He was also with the PepsiCo companies for more than ten years, with the Pratt & Whitney division of United Technologies for two years, and in commercial radio as an on-air personality for six years. @RustyRueff
    • 1 Focus more on how you allocate your portfolio of time and you’ll multiply your impact.
    • 2 It’s wise to chart the course of your life with your dream compass. see it, believe and be relentless in working towards it.
    • 3 Those most likely to achieve greatness know that success is a team sport. nothing great has ever or will ever be achieved alone.
    • 4 Today’s brightest talent is attracted to the most inspiring visions. paint it and give them a place on your canvass.
    • 5 Winners never quit and quitters never win. quitting is a permanent decision to a temporary problem.
    • 6 Your Faith is the best all time filter that you’ll ever have. lean on it during good times and bad.
    • 7 Give what you’ve never received and you’ll get what you always wanted. start with your time.
    • 8 Innovators are optimists; they never stop searching for novel solutions.
    • 9 If you aspire to be a better for-profit executive, try serving on a nonprofit board.
    • 9 If you aspire to be a better for-profit executive, try serving on a nonprofit board.
    • 10 There will only be one of you for all time. Fearlessly be yourself.
    • When the going gets tough, what’s the first thing that you’re likely to do? REALLY REFLECT...
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