Episode 8: The Future Of Business & Sales With The Power Of AI W/ Ewing Gillaspy Recap

I take some time to recap my conversation with Ewing Gillaspy, further going into what he is doing at IBM with Watson AI, getting an MBA, what's more valuable an MBA or Six Sigma Black Belt and some amazing guidance that will propel your life.

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About Ewing

Ewing is a WorldWide Research Leader with IBM specializing in Watson Artificial Intelligence for Talent.

He regularly works with IT and HR leaders to share the art of what’s possible and most importantly staying on top of where AI needs to be implemented. He works with IBM and other organization’s HR function by implementing agile methdologies and 10+ technologies.

A little on Ewing’s background. Ewing attended Ole Miss where he finished in the top 7% of the business school graduating with a degree in Management Information Systems and was a fraternity president. From there he pursued an MBA with emphasis in HR Management & Services at Purdue.

Ewing then began his professional career working more than a handful of years for Cummins. At Cummins he went from intern to director in various roles ranging from software procurement to corporate recruiting working in various locations from Indiana to Beijing. He also received a Six Sigma Black Belt while working there.

He then spent some time in sales at a couple of start-ups before starting at IBM.

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About Riley

Riley Moore, the 25-year old CEO of RM4Tech, the one and only completely family-owned family-run software company, has used his mix of technical and business influences to bring his creative vision to life. With the development of RM4Tech’s first solution, DirectSuggest the Suggestion Box Reimagined, he has become a fresh face in the world of engagement and innovation. Their second solution CrowdQuestion was released in early 2019. CrowdQuestion is focused on connecting crowds through Q&A The Right Way to bring everyone closer to their community. His passion to empower individuals to use their creativity and voice to make a difference in the world is what drives him.

Riley was born in Fremont where both of his parents worked in management roles at a Silicon Valley start-up for more than a decade and a half. In 2000, at age six, his family moved to El Dorado Hills, CA to be near his grandparents. His father became the Director of Information Systems at a non-profit organization and his mother choosing to be a stay-at home mom. Riley, and his brother Reid’s, upbringing became their main focus.

While growing up, Riley showed little motivation or interest in anything but playing sports, video games, and partying. His family and educators were concerned he would amount to nothing and he finished with a 2.3 GPA and few prospects. During his senior year of high school, he was drawn to the idea of entrepreneurship from his high-school sweetheart’s brother in-law. That, combined with his parents encouraging him to go into software, he decided one day he would develop ideas that bring value to the world through software entrepreneurship.

Since 2015, podcasts have been an integral part of Riley’s life providing him with knowledge and perspective, as well as sparks of humor and happiness. Discovering podcasts in his college apartment in Ventura CA, they began shaping and solidifying needed lessons to start his entrepreneurial journey. Podcasting became a regular education and entertainment outlet during hour-long commutes to classes, and later during the semi-monthly six-hour business commutes.

His love for podcasting, mixed with his unrelenting drive to inspire individuals to change the world through passion and hard-work, encouraged the creation of The Moore You Know Podcast. Along with his podcast, Riley is releasing a book at the end of 2019 entitled The Moore You Know: A Young Man’s Guide Towards Developing A Life Of Significance And Fulfillment. He hopes to impact the world through entrepreneurship, podcasting, and writing like those who inspired him.


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