The Importance of Being Courageous and Making Audacious Phone Calls

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Randy Levy is a Partner at Telleria, Telleria & Levy, a law firm serving Southern California for over 52 years in workers’ compensation, immigration law, employment law, and personal injury matters. As a law clerk, he worked on the Menendez case as part of the prosecution team for the LA District Attorney’s Office.

Randy then went on to build the first online stores for TV and film studios like Comedy Central and Paramount. He also got involved in a company that went public during the first dotcom boom called ARTISTdirect, which was one of the first online music stores that built stores for Madonna, the Rolling Stones, and others. As a lawyer, he successfully grew a 100 person law firm using the business principles that he learned from his entrepreneurial ventures.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Randy Levy’s early experience working as a clerk and lawyer
  • How Randy got started in web development and working with Sony Pictures and Comedy Central
  • What Randy learned from doing e-commerce and selling products for Comedy Central
  • Randy’s transition to ARTISTdirect and what he learned about building a business
  • How Randy created an online auction on Amazon to sell set items from a TV show
  • How Randy got started in his current work of mind, body, and spiritual practices
  • Where to learn more and get in touch with Randy Levy

In this episode…

According to Randy Levy, a courageous person acts despite their fears. Randy has been a successful lawyer and entrepreneur for years thanks to his courage and boldness, despite all the challenges he has gone through. Throughout his long and varied career, there’s one thing he learned to do whenever he’s chosen to take on a new challenge: make audacious phone calls.

To make an impact in the world, Randy advises people to be audacious and take the necessary steps to achieve their goals. He also suggests discipline and passion to get you over the finish line. Why? Because more often than not, preparation and motivation will lead to success.

Randy Levy, a Partner at Telleria, Telleria & Levy, is Rich Goldstein’s guest in this episode of the Innovations and Breakthroughs Podcast. Together, they talk about the importance of being courageous and making audacious phone calls. Randy shares the lessons he learned about building a business from both his work as a lawyer and as a web developer for online stores. He also talks about his reasons for his interest in mind, body, and spiritual practices.

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