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My background is in both marketing, I hold a BBA in Marketing from Texas A&M University - Mays Business School, and law, I am licensed to practice law and went to Texas A&M University School of Law. I consider myself a multipotentialite because I not only have a degree in marketing and a law license, but I was a competitive gymnast, a writer, an actress with an acting agent for 15 years, and more. A multipotentialite is someone who doesn't have one true calling like specialists do. We have the ability to be successful in multiple industries sometimes simultaneously.

Through my podcast I want to help you realize Your Potential for Everything and learn from my guests about how they have managed to lead lives in multiple careers and never had to settle for having one answer to the question, "What do you want to be when you grow up?"


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Aug 18, 2020

In this episode, your host, Alex, speaks with John Davidson about networking and how to connect with people on their level. They discuss what not to do when connecting with people and it involves not asking for that selfie if you can help it. If you find yourself in a role where networking is vital to your career, but you just don’t know how to do it, then this is the episode for you.

John Davidson has led an extremely diverse life from being a professional skateboarder to doing a TEDx talk and now as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Esports Trade Association. He has traversed all different industries and has learned how each group of people networks slightly differently. For him, networking is all about relationship building and serving others before selling them on something. John says you have to be genuine with people and that’s how you build a long term, mutual relationship with them.

He is an active speaker on gaming and youth marketing, is formerly the Head of Partnerships at Game Stop and currently leads Esports for PRG, the world’s leading event technology company. Ever the multipotentialite, John is also an advisor for Stadia Ventures and Dallas Influencers in Sports and Entertainment. Through a diverse career in skateboarding, video production, marketing and business development, John has a unique perspective and understanding of sub-cultures and consumer behavior.

Stay up-to-date on all of John’s happenings by following his journey.



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