Each of us has our own version of “weird” that is calling to be brought out into the world. Some may call it imagination, some may call it a quirk, but to Ringbeller Founder, CJ Casciotta, “weird” means business.
CJ decided to start Ringbeller because he was once a “weird” kid with an active imagination that didn’t always know if it belonged among the traditional ideas of his peers. He didn’t want any kid to ever second-guess that like he did, which sparked his idea to create Ringbeller, a social-emotional learning media and technology company. Using his “weird” outside of Ringbeller, CJ is a published author and has consulted and collaborated with Sesame Street, Lululemon, MGM Studios, Delta Airlines, and The United Nations Foundation. We chatted with CJ to discuss his pathway to entrepreneurship and his ability to go off script.
What’s the best lesson you have learned as a CEO?
What are some of the biggest challenges you have experienced as a CEO?
What are the non-financial assets in your life that you credit to your success as a CEO?
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