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Jim Meyer

Managing Director at Golden Square

Joel Ross

Author of Ross Rant and Principal at Citadel Realty Advisors

Michael Lewitt

CEO at Third Friday Management

Brian Schinderle

Founder of Solidum Capital Advisors LLC
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David Perry

CEO at Indigo Ag

Sam Parr

Co-Founder and CEO at The Hustle

Chris Gronkowski

Owner and Inventor at Ice Shaker

Molly Bloom

Inspirational Keynote Speaker and Author of "Molly's Game"

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Matt Crisp

CEO at Benson Hill

The Importance of Culture, Scaling Innovation, Landing Google Ventures, and Cutting-Edge Soybean Varieties

"You're always forced to make decisions. Making decisions fast and being willing to fail as well as having the ability to shift off of them without getting overly emotional allows you to be positioned well above many others in business. If you pause too long, you die."

-Matt Crisp


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David Farley

CEO at Matrix Commodities

Grain Markets in 2020, Building a Successful Culture, and the Importance of Family

"The most important thing in life is you need to know where you're going. You don't want to arrive at someone else's future. You need to be able to look to your left and to your right, you need to respect where you come from, know what you've learned, and understand what your future is and what it's going to take for you to get there."

-David Farley


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Zach Johnson

Founder at Millennial Farmer

Dirt track racing, passing down the family farm, and blowing up on YouTube

"Remember to stay positive in life because bitter and jealous people will always try to bring you down when you become successful. Rather than cutting others down and making excuses like most, concentrate on making yourself better and being who you want to be in life."

-Zach Johnson


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Carter Williams

CEO at iSelect Fund

Bombs, Sailing, and Agriculture

"If you think you can do it, then you can probably do it. It just requires incredibly hard work and not imagining there's any barriers."

-Carter Williams


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Jay Felton

Litigation Partner at Lathrop GPM

Being a 5th Generation Farmer, Hiking the Great Pyramid of Giza, and Working for the Best Law Firm in Agriculture

"Be who you are, be true to yourself, and strive to do the right thing. Don't worry about the recongtion and trying to be remembered. Just do the right thing." — Jay Felton, Litigation Partner at Lathrop GPM

-Jay Felton


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Ben Hudye

Chairman at Hudye Group

The Great Commodity Super Cycle, Energy Vortexes, 4 Secrets to Success, and Becoming a Real Estate Genius

"There are four secrets to success as they say! They are: do what you say, finish what you start, be on time, and say please & thank you. They’re pretty simple and pretty straight forward, but have such power because when you look at each of them individually it about says it all."

-Ben Hudye


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Mary Shelman

Founder at the Mary Shelman Group

Women in Ag, Millennials Affecting Agriculture, and Director of Agribusiness at Harvard.

“Agriculture is the most important industry in the world. If you want to have an impact on the world, which I think more and more of our young people want, then agriculture is the place to be. ”

-Mary Shelman


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Howard Getson

CEO at Capitalogix

Artificial Intelligence Trading, the Dallas Cowboys, and Visiting Pablo Escobar’s House

"You can predict a whole lot about your life by the five people you spend the most time with. If you really want to change your life, then you have to change your peer group. For me, you're either growing or dying."

-Howard Getson


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Chris Rivera

CEO at Emulate Therapeutics

Biotech Jet Setter, Winning the Congressional with Stewart Cink, and Bacardi Deals

“The most important thing you can invest in during your life is in your education. People can take away your car, they can take your house, and they can take your money, but they can’t take your education.”

-Chris Rivera


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Founder & Visionary Creator at Grinders

Being on MTV, Giving Back to the Troops, and How to be a Visionary Creator

“Don’t be afraid to take chances! You have to take chances! You will never know what’s going to happen without doing it. Figure it out, take chances, cut your hair different, or whatever it’s going to be because there’s no reason to do what everybody else is doing.”



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Braden Hudye

President of The Hudye Group

Agri-retail, Real Estate Cycles, Garth Brooks, and Snowmobiles

“Purpose before profit. If you know yourself, who you are, and what you want out of life, then plan for it and go after it. It’s about the jounrey and not the destination.”

-Braden Hudye


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Chad Rosen

Founder and CEO at Victory Hemp

Wendell Berry, How the Peace Corps Led to Business Success, and Navigating the Hemp Space

"There is only one reason that Whole Foods is as big as they are... It's because they listened to the consumers and created a market for what they wanted." — Chad Rosen, Founder at Victory Hemp Foods

-Chad Rosen


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Travis Potter

Founder at Tractor Soda

The First Organic Beef Ranch, Working With Whole Foods, and Running Restaurants

"Be willing to fail, but not so hard it kills everybody in the process. Learn from the failure and keep innovating. Constantly be innovating."

-Travis Potter


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Eric Jackson

CEO at Pipeline Foods

Setting Farmers up for Success and Learning the Pitfalls of Diversifying with Organics

"We need more kids coming through the school system that are excited about agriculture, excited about food, and excited about everything agriculture represents. If we can get kids in school involved in everything required to make agriculture, ecosystems, and biodiversity a real thing in the market place, then we will have done a real thing!"

-Eric Jackson


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Loren Howard

Founder and Chief Manager at Prime Plus Mortgages

Being Ranked Top 10 in the 2006 NFL Draft, Holding World Records, and Hard Money Loans

"The biggest failure I see business owners make today is they don't want to let go of roles they have in the business. In other words, people work in their business and not on their business. At the end of the day, it seems like most business owners are afraid to delegate and it really holds them back."

-Loren Howard


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Barrett Ersek

CEO at Holganix

Gratitude, Monks, and Million Dollar Businesses

"A wise person learns from his experience, but an extremely wise person learns from the experience of others"

-Barrett Ersek


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Tom Willis

CEO at Conestoga Energy

Life Lessons, Herding Sheep, and the Future of Ethanol

"The single biggest thing that I've learned in life or that's had the biggest impact on me is never give up on a dream. If you're willing to work smart and willing to work hard, there's never been more opportunity out there than there is today. You have to be willing to take some risks, you have to live with that risk, and you have to live with the idea you can fail."

-Tom Willis


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Mark Young

CTO at The Climate Corporation

The Future of Gaming, Secrets Behind Raising Money, Fly Fishing, and Making Better Decisions on the Farm

"Figure out what you love to do and go do it. The saying, 'If you pick something you love to do, then you'll never have to work a day in your life' is true. The thing that keeps me going every day is I love what I'm doing in technology and I love bringing it to farmers."

-Mark Young


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Kellee James

CEO at Mercaris

Horseback Riding, $27 Soybean Premiums, and Becoming an Organic Farmer

"There's always someone out there who has an interesting perspective. You have to learn how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. Being comfortable with having new conversations. I'm always curious about people who have done something I've never done."

-Kellee James


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Chris Masters

CEO at Biovante

Learning to Sell, Building Better Relationships, and Record Breaking Soybean Yields

"There are sheep and there are goats. As an entrepreneur, if you have too many goats then they will consume everything you have and everything you are and your business will fail."

-Chris Masters


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Carter Malloy

CEO at AcreTrader

Experiencing Eric Clapton, Duck Hunting, and Investing in Farm Ground

"Work hard! That means to set a schedule for 12-hours a day. I try to do a minimum of 12-hours every day, of every week, of every month. The reason why, because if you work hard then you increase your chances of getting lucky. No matter what business you're in, you want to get lucky. You're not going to get lucky by wishing, wanting, or waiting."

-Carter Malloy


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Jason Tatge

CEO and Co-Founder of Farmobile

Having a Digital Strategy Will Set You Apart From 90% of Growers

"First thing growers need to think about is what is a digital strategy. You have to have a plan that ensures you have data in an on-demand format so it can be used to start making business decisions, instead of just relying on opinions, whether your own or your trusted advisors."

-Jason Tatge


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J.P. Rhea

CEO and Founder at Agrisecure

Going Large Scale Organic is as Hard as You Think… but Worth It

"You have to adapt to survive, there's no complaining and we're not entitled to grow whatever we want. We have to figure it out, run a business, and make money."

-J.P. Rhea


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