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‘Keep Swimming’ — ABC-TV’s “Shark Tank” Daymond John’s Advice
During a 90-minute presentation, John managed to not use the words “marijuana” or “cannabis” once, but instead focused his message on key business advice and insight.
“If you’re not in charge of the goals you set for yourself, you let other people set goals for you,” he said.
John, over thunderous applause and a standing ovation from the hundreds of attendees, encouraged the room full of cannaprenuers to “keep swimming” which he closed with his five-lettered acrostic message and advice for business success that spelled out “SHARK.”
S — Set your goal. You can’t hit a target you can’t see,” said John, founder of hip-hop apparel company Fubu and the trade show’s closing keynote speaker.
H — You gotta do your homework. The only thing that costs more than education is ignorance.
A — Amore. Love what you do, but love that damn family more than anything else. So many of us are on our second careers and second families because we made everything else a priority.
R — Remember you’re the brand. Put yourself in two to five words. Do you have employees? Ask them what their two to five words are. You might find that they’re passionate about something else you’re passionate about.
K — Keep swimming. Simple as that.”
“There’s something very important I’ve learned on ‘Shark Tank’: We do not invest in companies. We invest in people,” John added.