Larry Baer SF Giants CEO Ideamensch Interview

Larry Baer pretty much sticks to the same schedule daily in order to stay productive. He wakes up each morning at 6:00 am and works out. Then, he reads the newspaper and has breakfast. Once he arrives at work he checks in with his coworkers, and they brainstorm all day long. The SF Giants CEO believes in teamwork, and believes that it helps keep him productive.

The Giants CEO brings ideas to life by brainstorming, making personal phone calls, and making personal visits. A trend that really excites him is seeing young people becoming involved in social justice. This trend gives him hope for the future. One habit that he has and believes makes him productive is exercising.

If Larry Baer could go back and give his younger self advice, it would be to not be so hard on himself. Something that he believes to be true, yet no one else agrees with him on is that the citizens of the United States can work together to build a better future.

Something that he does often, and recommends everyone else do is to tell your loved ones that you love them often. Having a solid team is the one thing that he believes to have helped his business grow. The best $100 he has recently spent was on a subscription to the Headspace app. He believes that this app helps him to have peace of mind.

One of his favorite books, that he recommends everyone to read is former president Obama’s memoir. In his opinion this book is inspiring and something that everyone should read. Larry Baer became Giants CEO in 2012.

Under his instruction Oracle Park was developed. It has been named one of the best ball parks ever built. After graduating college, he worked for CBS, and received many awards during his career. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and children. Refer to this article for additional information.


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