One of the most successful serial entrepreneurs in the United States is Eric Lefkofsky. He sat down to discuss his lifestyle as well as his business activities. On a typical day, Eric gets up at around 5 o clock in the morning. He arrives at his office at 6 AM and works at a steady pace. Eric will sometimes work out but in most days he will focus on completing a number of daily tasks for his businesses.
During the interview, Eric Lefkofsky talked about his life outside of work. In the past he was able to put work related issues aside but it is getting harder for him now. During past years, he would not even open up an email or look at his phone. However, Eric needs to constantly monitor his business interests since there are 11,000 employees in 48 countries throughout the world.
When Eric talked during his interview, he would also discuss how he focuses on his companies. As of now, he is enjoying his time focusing on one of his companies. At the beginning of his entrepreneurial career, Eric started and managed dozens of companies. However, he realized that his finds it more enjoyable to just focus on managing one. When it comes to success, he believes that profits is the most important thing to consider. As an entrepreneur, the more money you make, the more successful you are according to his philosophy.
Eric Lefkofsky is a Chicago based entrepreneur who is the current founder and chief executive officer of Tempus. This company specializes in using computer technology to fight cancer. With his company, Lefkofsky is able to provide a built in operating system that will help provide treatment against all types of cancer. As well as founding and managing Tempus, Eric Lefkofsky is also the co founder of a number of other businesses. These include the global ecommerce company Groupon, Medicaocean which provides media procurement technology as well as Echo Global Logistics which specializes in technology enabled transportation and logistics outsourcing. Along with being an entrepreneur, Eric is also involved in philanthropy. He has served as a board member of Chicago area hospitals as well as being a contributor to museums and other cultural establishments in Chicago as well.