Keith Waara
Keith Waara
With over 25 years of experience in leadership, business, marketing, and more than 45 years of life, I decided to share my learnings, mistakes, joys, pains, resources and experiences that have helped shape me.
 
I have used all that I have learned to build up organizations and businesses, as well as people I have worked within my professional career.
 
I have used all that I have learned to build up organizations and businesses, as well as people I have worked within my professional career.
 
I have worked in led in many different sectors and industries. From non-profit to for-profit, from electronics to sci-fi collectables. I have also consulted for many small – mid-sized businesses.
 
I have an insatiable curiosity, an ever-growing self-awareness and a never-ending pursuit of learning. These traits have been vital to my success. I have a passion for taking great ideas and making them a reality. These diverse experiences that allow me to contribute to multiple environments.
 
Throughout my career, I have led and worked with teams in various settings and have found that my leadership develops a highly productive climate with an inspired culture.
 
I have an insatiable curiosity, an ever-growing self-awareness and a never-ending pursuit of learning. These traits have been vital to my success.
 
While reading this last statement, some of you may have had been thinking that was a reasonably arrogant description of one’s self.
 
Without active self-awareness, how can you hope to lead others well?
 
Being self-aware of both your strengths and weaknesses is the starting point for any leader.
 
Sometimes I am too blunt, too honest and insecure. Self-doubt has plagued me my whole life, and I am an angry driver.
 
I love reading & listening to books. I think no-one has written a great song since the mid-’90s.
 
Business is changing fast. Most companies are vulnerable to newer business models, better talent, more advanced understanding of web technologies. The endless opportunities and technologies create slimmer operations that are ready to disrupt.
 
Old thinking. Old modus operandi will not survive. The rules have completely changed.
 
Your brand is now competing against individuals, not just other companies. These individuals have access to worldwide distribution, create constant content, and grab insatiable consumer attention.
 
Kindness is a high value of mine.
 
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you found something useful.
 
Cheering you on,
 
Keith

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