Glen Wakeman has an excellent business leadership track record because he spent years mobilizing talent in the financial industry and bringing stellar performances out of it. Now he’s helping others find a way to turn ideas they have into actual businesses, and it’s his company Launchpad Holdings, LLC that has been the incubator for this. The company is a SAAS company that serves both as a tutorial and an organizer for business ideas. It also explains in good detail how to really lead a company.
Glen Wakeman has said the reason he’s become invested in this company is that all too often it’s incorrectly assumed that good business idea are the same as workable plans. The reality is there is often a real chasm between businesses with just solid ideas and those who can thrive because they’ve executed a real plan. So Wakeman has devoted his energy with Launchpad to reinforcing forming plans of action and helping customers understand how to present those plans to capital suppliers.
Glen Wakeman has spent his career both growing new businesses from scratch and turning around established businesses from financial turmoil into fine-tuned machines again. He’s traveled and lived in six different countries throughout his career, and he’s served as an executive with several companies and a consultant for others. The methodology Wakeman employs in business can be broken down into five sections of executing, effectively utilizing human capital, governing the company, understanding risk management and building up leaders.
Glen Wakeman started after graduating from the University of Scranton with his bachelor’s degree and completing graduate school at the University of Chicago. He began a series of business startups at GE Capital, including the founding of Nova Four. After holding this position, he stepped down to become an independent consultant and venture investor. He is a key advisor to Sitterbees and Dreamfunded.
It’s that time of the month again; the dreaded energy bill has arrived right on time. As usual, it is still a little more than you think it should be and you are scratching your head, trying to figure out what else you can possibly do to lower it any more.
As per a recent blog post by Stream Energy, the answer could be a pretty simple one. Look around your home and take inventory of all of your appliances and electronic gadgets, Do you realize that even when turned off, those gadgets still draws electric when plugged in (Facebook)? It is a classic misconception that if they are turned off, those devices do not still use any energy.
The truth of the matter is that every single gadget can cost up to $1 a month on your electric bill. Now, that doe does not seem like much money but if you think about it, an entertainment system can rack up as much as $130 each year, even if it is turned off. Now think about the kitchen appliances and other gadgets zapping energy, it can add up. An additional 5 gadgets can run upwards of $100 and adding that to to the $130 from the entertainment system, you’re looking at over $200 each year that you could be spending.
The good news is that this issue can be remedied pretty easily. Simply use power strips to plug all of your electric gadgets into and just shut down the power strips when items are no longer in use. Additionally, you can unplug any of your devices that are not in use and that will also do the trick!
In 2005, a progressive new energy company was born and it was called Stream Energy. From the very beginning, Stream quickly made a name for itself by creating a company known for it’s ability to capitalize on the direct selling of energy. The company put into place a system of rewarding customers for directing new business to them via word of mouth. Doing this means that Stream Energy actually pays clients to bring them new business!
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