Ep 3: Leadership and Values, Great and Small, with Nick Gausling

Summary – Leadership and Values, Great and Small, with Nick Gausling

Faith Ventures welcomes our great friend Nick Gausling, managing director of Romy Group and a specialty business consultant. Nick is a very special person to LCI in particular as he was our first ever Executive Director, for which we are forever grateful. Join us as Nick shares insights into his life, business, and current endeavors, and how his faith in Jesus Christ has stayed at the forefront of all of it. As we dive into the conversation, we explore the twists and turns of Nick’s eclectic career, his transition from politics to finance and venture capital, and his leadership roles in various industries. Moreover, Nick addresses the misconceptions that Christians often have about the nature of business and the free market, shedding light on the positive impact it can have on people’s lives and prosperity.

Guest Bio

Nick Gausling is the Managing Director and Fractional COO business consultant for Romy Group LLC. He previously held leadership positions in a multibillion-dollar specialty furniture retailer, an SMB specialty beverage manufacturer, and in consumer financial services & boutique venture capital. Nick is frequently quoted by leading business press like CNBC, U.S. News & World Report, TheStreet, CMSWire, and Grit Daily. You can find out more about Nick and how to connect with him on social media at NickGausling.com.

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