If you’re in the business of making something, be in the business of making something great.‘The Ride Of A Lifetime’ by Robert Iger, pg 232
Summary of Robert Iger’s Career
|23||1974||ABC Studio Supervisor|
|34||1985||VP of ABC Sports|
|37||1988||Head of ESPN|
|38||1989||Head of ABC Entertainment|
|41||1992||President of ABC|
|43||1994||President/COO of Cap Cities|
|49||2000||COO of The Walt Disney Company|
|54||2005||CEO of The Walt Disney Company|
Mentors like Roone Arledge and staunch supporters, such as Tom Murphy and Dan Burke, were powerful influencers in the meteoric rise of Robert Iger within ABC, Cap Cities, and Disney.
In February of 2020, Robert Iger stepped down as CEO of The Walt Disney Company.
We discuss Robert Iger’s tremendous career in a bit more detail in podcast episode 21. Don’t forget, you can now ask the Dream 10X Skill on Alexa to play episode twenty-one for you to learn more about the book, ‘The Ride Of A Liftime’, by Robert Iger.
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