Ep. 005 – Being in PURSUIT of your potential, interview with David Meltzer

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On this episode of the Jeff Fenster Show, host Jeff Fenster interviews David Meltzer, a successful entrepreneur, former CEO of Samsung’s smartphone division, global speaker, author, TV host and much more. David recounts his journey to success, from his desire to be rich as a child to running the climb to CEO of Leigh Steinberg’s sports and entertainment. He shares his ‘Power of 64’ concept and ‘sixty four hour day’ concept, and encourages people to choose to be loved and to believe in something bigger than themselves. He also discusses the impact of the 2008 Great Recession and the importance of helping others.

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