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March 10, 2022 70 min

What does it take to thrive in your life, relationships and career? Scott O’Neil, author, speaker, and former CEO of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment is one of the most recognized executives in the sports and entertainment industry - but he's now on a mission to develop the next generation of leaders. He shares how you can initiate change when you assume positive intent, practice gratitude every day, appreciate the highs and lows of life’s journey, and be the teammate that leads your team to success.

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