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Speaking at RMIT High Growth Series

By SpeakingMarch, 2015February 26th, 20242 min read

David Werdiger spoke on 25 Mar 2015 as part of RMIT’s High Growth series in applied entrepreneurship.

David shares his transformative journey from being a 1980s geek student to evolving into a software developer and quant analyst. He emphasizes the importance of taking leaps of faith and leaving comfort zones, which led him to serendipitous encounters and entrepreneurial ventures.

Throughout his career, he faced challenges and setbacks, including health setbacks and business restructuring. However, he highlights the importance of resilience and adaptation, as well as the pursuit of new opportunities in changing landscapes.

Personal revolution and innovation, as evidenced by his passion for music, politics, and making a meaningful impact in the world. He expresses a desire for understanding and connection, reflecting a universal longing for recognition and appreciation.

The presentation also outlines his professional endeavors, including ventures into the subscription economy and personal exertion income. He shares insights into business models, growth strategies, and the pursuit of excellence in both personal and professional spheres.

David’s vision for the future includes the “three streams” model, which integrates personal, professional, and philanthropic endeavors for holistic growth and fulfillment. He envisions a future where individuals can thrive in multiple domains, embracing change and innovation along the way.

His narrative celebrates courage, resilience, and the pursuit of growth and excellence in all aspects of life. It serves as an inspiring reminder to embrace challenges, learn from experiences, and strive for meaningful impact in the world.

The cool ‘Prezi’ presentation is here, and the video can be seen below:

Watch his presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ql5fG0da9QM

Some quotes from the presentation:

  • “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards” – Soren Kierkegaard
  • “If ever I would stop thinking about music and politics, I would tell you that the personal revolution is far more difficult and is the first step in any revolution” – Music And Politics , The Disposable Heroes Of Hypocrisy
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