Casey Cavell is an award-winning entrepreneur and purpose-driven leader.
He started his first company at the age of 21, and since then, he has started, bought, invested, and operated over two dozen businesses in various industries over the past 15 years. In this episode, Mark and Casey talk about the dynamics between the visionary and the Integrator.
Mark talks with Casey Cavell, an entrepreneur who helps other entrepreneurs with his amazing experience and his strong faith in God.
After a business he founded was acquired, Casey became passionate about helping others achieve the same level of success.
He created Legacy 4:12, an entrepreneurial team of advisors, mentors, investors, and experts who are called to serve the growth-minded entrepreneur.
Casey is also the founder of Kingdom House, an incubator equipping Mission-Driven Organizations to use NFTs and Web3 so they can reach more people and have a bigger impact.
Casey has been an investor, advisor, and influential figure in the NFT community, assisting project founders and community leaders. Casey is a member of the Bored Ape Yacht Club, VeeFriends, Gutter Cat Gang, and several other high-profile NFT communities.
Casey is a former college player and coach, and in 2015, he founded Turn2 Ministries, which “leads baseball players and coaches in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.”
Casey and his wife, Konny, and daughter Payton, are proud residents of Atlanta, GA.
3:20 - The dynamic between Roy and Walt Disney
16:50 - An Integrator and Visionary need to have mutual respect and keep conflicts with each other from their team
24:45 - Sometimes as Visionaries, we put the wrong people into seats of the business
33:35 - Visionaries like to pivot, Integrators have 90 day plans
40:10 - Visionaries are often the problem, but also the solution….they need to own the decisions they’ve made in the past
“If you are truly inspired to make a difference in the world, I would be honored to get to know you. Whether your passion is entrepreneurship or ministry, my goal is to align people and resources to impact the world and leave a legacy.”
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Engineering / Post-Production: Jim McCarthy
Art / Design: Immanuel Ahiable
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