Larryi Ding, One of the Most Connected CEOs in Silicon Valley Shares How to Lead and Manage Your Business Even During Disruption

Co-founder and CEO at ABLELIFE

“You need a big support system….it is not about your LinkedIn connections…(its) the people you can go to about the real (business) issue.  They are willing to help.  And this kind of network can only be built over time.”  Larryi Ding- CEO Today Magazine named him one to the most connected CEOs in the Silicon Valley Ecosystem

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ABLELIFE is working on developing a solution that can help keep Healthcare workers safe from COVID-19

"...wait a minute if we can do this in water...we can do this with air...our stuff can actually kill all those pathogens....we can actually produce...the (pathogen) killing face masks...that works better than anything on the market today."  Listen to the interview to hear the full Black Swan moment and answer!

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Silicon Valley’s Magnificent Four: Behind The Network

We have heard these things many times: “it is all about the network” and “who you know matters more than what you know.” In today’s professional world, networking is the most important skill. People who can develop, scale, maintain and…

Silicon Valley’s Magnificent Four

They all share a few common principles of networking like putting yourself out there, being responsive, helpful, not making connections that are only about business, and exchanging value with the network. People tend to reach out when they need something but forget and move on after. The Magnificent Four believe that a network is a living thing, which must be nurtured and cultivated through meaningful exchanges or else it will wither away over time.

Tracy Levine, Forbes Coaches Council, Shares Why Larryi Ding #YouAreRemarkable

Purpose Driven Leader & a Give Value First Networker

A mutual friend of ours, Angela Culver, introduced us when I was asked to do a virtual summit for Mid-Cap and Middle Market Companies whose world had just been drastically changed due to COVID19. During our initial phone call, Larryi’s first question was how can I help. He shared several insights that would be helpful for Co-founders & CEOs of Middle Market Companies for navigating through times of disruption. It wasn’t until the end of the conversation that he mentioned his company ABLELIFE and how they were going to pivot to find a solution for designing better face masks for healthcare and essential workers.

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