Mar 25, 2020
Through his firsthand experiences traveling the globe and spearheading the world’s largest millennial-led movement, COUNT ME IN, Shane Feldman has decoded frameworks that enable individuals and teams to connect more authentically and perform at their highest levels. Having researched community leadership and human behavior in over 20 countries, Shane has uncovered universal strategies that make teams click and businesses thrive.
Since its founding in 2011, COUNT ME IN has initiated more than 30,000 projects worldwide, contributing a value of over $2.6 billion to the global economy through service.
Shane has been featured by Larry King, Dr. Oz, Forbes, People Magazine, and a documentary TV series from A&E follows his community building work. He has worked with some of the world's most dynamic companies including Google, Microsoft, and The Walt Disney Company, and been recognized by The White House, The Prime Minister of Canada and The United Nations for his achievements in community leadership.
Shane started COUNT ME IN in 2008 as a high school project. With an alumni network spanning 6 continents, COUNT ME IN is now a global social entrepreneurship incubator that has impacted more than 10-million people in 104 countries.
In this episode, Shane shares his passion for community and how to foster it in this age of technology. He also talks about how he was able to manage (and fund) his business at 12 years old and the process of scaling the business as time progressed. Listen in.
What You’ll Learn
Shane’s wake-up call from feeling debilitated from loneliness
The value of connection and its ROI’s
Not taking “No” seriously and personally
How Shane felt the power of listening from a rural village in Ghana
And much more!
“We are not pieces of technology, we are not machines, nor the people that we work with…”
- Shane Feldman
How to get involved
Visit Mike Szczesniak’s website to learn how he can help you hack your fear and live your dream.
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