114. Using Gamification to Combat Human Trafficking | Mitzi Purdue, Founder of Win This Fight for Good
114. In Using Gamification to Combat Human Trafficking, host Will Moore sits down with Mitzi Purdue, Founder of Win This Fight for Good. Mitzi discusses how she is bringing attention to human trafficking through gamification through the Win This Fight for Good organization. Additionally, Mitzi shares how her husband found a sunken treasure that shifted the power of the world and her top success habit. So much fun with her, don’t want to miss this one!
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Mitzi Perdue is the daughter of one family business titan (her father founded the Sheraton Hotel Chain) and the widow of another, (her late husband was the family business poultry magnate, Frank Perdue), but she is also a businesswoman in her own right. She started the family wine grape business, now one of the larger suppliers of wine grapes in California. Mitzi likes nothing better than to share insider tips for successful family businesses. Her family of origin (the one that started the Sheraton Hotels) began with the family business, Henderson Estate Company, in 1840, and her Perdue family started in 1920 in the poultry business. These two families have a combined tradition of 276 years of staying together as a family. Mitzi is happy to share actionable advice on how they created and maintained their family businesses.
Mitzi speaks on how to make your family business last across the generations, and she also talks about success tips from mega-successful people.
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