It’s not so common to meet CEOs who have built a bold vision for their companies and didn’t stop until they achieve it.
Most leaders don’t have either the courage or the persistence to go beyond the drift and make a significant impact. They prefer to play safe and go for more predictable outcomes.
Not Dr. Doron Myersdorf, co-founder of StoreDot. StoreDot’s Mission is to use nanoscale metalloids and proprietary compounds and develop ultra-fast-charging (XFC) battery technology that overcomes major barriers to EV adoption: range and charging concerns.
In this episode, Doron shared his passion, dedication, and persistence to achieve his bold vision to revolutionize the electric automotive industry.
- The importance of external culture to build successful businesses
- The inception of an idea
- The courage to persevere despite the general pessimism
- How to beat Tesla
- The challenges of being a CEO
If you’d like to know more about Doron’s work, he can be contacted via LinkedIn, at https://www.linkedin.com/in/donush/. For more information about StoreDot, go to the website at https://www.store-dot.com/
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