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Ben Lytle is a serial entrepreneur with four successful companies under his belt. Two of his companies have been listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and Anthem, his leading health benefits company, is number 29 on the Fortune 500 list with a market cap of almost $80 billion. Currently, Ben is an Advisor at Lytle Healthcare and is in the process of writing three books on how to maximize individual potential.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Ben Lytle shares his thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic and his predictions for 2021
- What characteristics does Ben look for in a great leader?
- Ben discusses the process and motivation behind his book trilogy about individual potential
- One of the major highlights of Ben’s storied career
- Ben’s top recommendations for books, TV shows, and more
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