Colson Steber is the Co-CEO of Communications for Research, a research logistics company that simplifies and gives you confidence in recruiting and data collection operations, and he is the Co-CEO of Ag Access. He is experienced in implementing strategies and market research and was an Adjunct Professor in Medical Statistics for Rush University Medical Center and a Personal Finance Instructor for the University of Missouri.
Colson graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with his MBA and the University of Missouri Trulaske College of Business with a bachelor’s in finance and economics. He is a member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization of St. Louis.
As an entrepreneur, your schedule can have little wiggle room, so when it comes to making connections and building relationships, how can you do so efficiently? Is it possible to stay on track with your marketing strategy?
When you’re launching a product that took an enormous amount of time and money, you want to make sure that you’ve thoroughly researched your audience. Developing and executing strategies to maximize the benefits for your consumers and brand includes building relationships. For Colson Steber, building relationships means curating relationships and opportunities. The first step in thinking about ways to add value to yourself and your work for others is showing up. So, are you ready to move forward?
In this episode of Access To Anyone, Michael Roderick sits down with Colson Steber, Co-CEO of Communications for Research, to discuss breaking through the walls of entrepreneurial poverty through relationship building. Colson talks about establishing habits for growth, programming your environment, and being thoughtful about your relationships.
If you could meet any living person, who would it be?
Colson Steber would like to have a conversation with Brené Brown. Colson has consumed an extensive amount of Brené’s content and believes her to be a very compelling leader.
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