Today, we’d like to introduce you to Chip Rosales and James Loomstein.
Thanks for sharing your story with us Chip and James. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
My career story has its beginnings in corporate America. I started out wanting to be THE evening news anchor (back when that was a thing) but found my start in a communications consulting company. I was young, wanted to try new things but this company consulted on medical plans and creativity and new were taboo. So, I went to EDS, now HP Enterprise Services, and spent seven years there. In a short span of time, I rose from a communications specialist to a marketing director in a Fortune 500 company.
The company had a system of how things were to be done, but I got a reputation for asking why and being an exception. The services and service lines I worked with had great success, and truth be told I owe that to a few key people, who staked their reputations on shielding me by letting me push boundaries, do things others weren’t doing and asking forgiveness later. At review time it was the same thing: “You’ve done a great job, results are good but you don’t play by the rules. You go rogue.”
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