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Coach Cameron Campbell joins Kim on the show to share about his journey into ecommerce and how his book played a part.

Coach Cam landed his first industry job in Houston, his hometown with The Houston Texans in the marketing department. From there, he hit the ground running, taking the skills and knowledge he gained with him to the athletic construction industry, working in sales and marketing. Answering his entrepreneurial calling, he soon launched 5 Star Academy where he began his speaking career, writing curriculums, and consulting. His success lead him to his first coaching post. Developing a diverse skillset Coach Cam entered into the NPO space initially as a contract trainer, but eventually as a lead trainer. In addition to speaking across the country in this role, he developed a Corp of trainers, managed events and programming and oversaw grant execution for the Houston Chapter of the Positive Coaching Alliance. Again missing the sideline, he was called to KIPP Houston High School where he served as head coach and athletic director. Finding instant success, Coach Cam propelled 8 of the 10 varsity sports into post season tournaments and left as the school’s all time winningest coach. Having checked off a major milestone, Coach Cam launched the company Coach Cam and sought to become a highly touted public speaker.

In 2019 Coach Cam published his first book, Alpha:REDEFINED 12 Servant Leadership Principles of Legendary Leaders. 2020 finds Cam at the helm of Texas Athletic Construction and Coach Cam. As far as current projects, mid year Coach Cam released the E-Course Win the 1st Quarter of Your Day: Playbook for Wealth, Health, and Success. What started as a passion project grew into a full fledged digital magazine. Crown and Glory, an aesthetic based luxury lifestyle magazine boasts more than 1,000 subscribers.

What One Thing?

What One Thing?

Every year, I start out with this humongous goal for my business and all the things that I am going to accomplish. By January 10th, I have already given up on most of them. Why? I never create a doable game plan that I can accomplish every day. I was talking to a good...