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GamePlan A Speaker Series

Taking to the stage at the adidas World of Sport I greeted an enthusiastic audience of creators and athletes ready to learn more about tackling their work life with an athlete’s heart. Nearly eight years on from co-founding Runtastic, I have quite a few entrepreneurial principles and lessons learned, many based on the athlete’s mindset that I bring to work every day and that I’ve instilled in our company culture.

Enjoy watching this first GamePlan A Speaker Series and if you’ve any questions or feedback please post them in the comments below.

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by Gabriela Moscoso 19.08.2017
Seriously, what a great speech! There are so many valuable lessons in your words Florian! Thanks to the GamePlanA Team for this, looking forward to more of this coming soon... Also it would be great to see a bit more of the work you do on diversity within Adidas.
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Nina Weihrauch
Nina Weihrauch | Editor Gabriela Moscoso 22.08.2017
Hi Gabriela,

thanks for your comment. We're glad to hear that you liked the first GamePlan A Speaker Series. Stay tuned ;)
Have you already read the following blog posts on the topic of diversity?

https://www.gameplan-a.com/2015/06/5-tips-on-how-to-run-a-grassroots-network-like-a-pro/
https://www.gameplan-a.com/2016/06/showing-your-colors-designers-on-creating-for-pride/
https://www.gameplan-a.com/2014/07/adidas-group-at-the-portland-pride-festival/

https://www.gameplan-a.com/2014/10/women-turtles-and-mentoring-how-are-they-related/
https://www.gameplan-a.com/2015/01/from-woman-to-woman-female-workplace-alliances-are-great/
https://www.gameplan-a.com/2015/12/why-your-alter-ego-isnt-your-best-advisor/

https://www.gameplan-a.com/2014/11/how-diversity-inclusion-can-help-when-you-seem-to-reach-your-limits/

I will definitely let the team know that you're interested in hearing more about our diversity initiatives. Is there a concrete topic you're interested in?

Best from Herzogenaurach,

Nina
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by Gabriela Moscoso Nina Weihrauch 26.08.2017
Wow Nina!!

Great thanks a lot for giving me many interesting posts to read! Well I am about to start a blog based on my travel experiences, plus studying abroad and how those experiences shaped the person I am now. So when I talk about diversity I like to explore topics from different cultures, how people need to be culture aware and take the most out of other perspectives, and how those experiences add value when working in international teams.

Best from Peru!
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Nina Weihrauch
Nina Weihrauch | Editor Gabriela Moscoso 29.08.2017
Hi Gabriela,

thanks for your comment. I will definitely forward your message to the editorial team so that they have a great inspiration for brainstorming some new story ideas based on your input.
Regarding your own career path I'd love to know what sport means to you? Do you use sport to connect with new cultures and colleagues? Do you find balance while traveling, etc.?

Best,

Nina
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by Andre Theilig 21.08.2017
Funtastic Mr. Runtastic. This is a AAA+ Blueprint for a Digital BU strategy any kind: Create your vision with which you can identify yourself. Start with one step and develop your strategy with solutions that are connected in a eco-system. Each solution is designed for your customers at a certain stage of their travel to their specific goals. Finally you can serve all potential customers at any stages. Have your values guiding you to success which will breaking the rules at a certain point. Find the right team achieving your goals. And never forget smiling from inside to outside as you create the world you are an active athlete competing with your own goals and not somebody elses...
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by Heidi 26.08.2017
no doubt a great motivational speech, presented very strong and credible.
The baby shark would have been better called an awesome predator - the F word spelled out, not cool.
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