In this episode, we explore why some companies grow exponentially while others merely plod along. My guest is Aaron Bare. Aaron has worked with dozens of Fortune 500 big brand companies, learning best practices, and guiding others to grow.
To achieve exponential growth, we need exponential leaders; think of Elon Musk as the poster child for that idea. Aaron explains his findings and shares the key attributes that differentiate exponential leaders.
Founder, One Million Exponential Leaders Aaron Bare’s life purpose is to create One-Million Exponential Leaders. He is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author of Exponential Theory (X-Theory), the Creator of Think Bigger Course. Beyond traveling to over 90 countries and all 50 States, Aaron has facilitated innovation and strategy at over 500 companies and appeared on 20 of the top 250 podcasts. He is highlighted as 10 Leaders to Watch in 2022, listed on 50 under 50 Leaders, 40 under 40 Leaders, 35 under 35 Entrepreneurs, and one of his companies has been awarded “Most Innovative Company in the U.S.” His award-winning digital strategy firm had clients such as Google, Council for Foreign Relations, Coca-Cola, Harley-Davidson, Dannon, Emerson, Comedy Central, Telemundo & Dell, where he built over 100 software projects focused on growth hacking leveraging the viral loop.
Aaron was the former Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University (Ranked #1 in Innovation, 7 years in a Row) and Singularity University at NASA Ames campus in Mountainview, California. Aaron has been exposed to some of the most repeatable, predictable, scalable, and sustainable business models. He currently focuses on helping individuals through his book Exponential Theory and Think Bigger Course. He also works with companies on Leadership, Strategy, Innovation, and Thinking Exponential.
Aaron Bare holds an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and an MA from Indiana University. He lives in Arizona.
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