Satisfaction does not live on the other side of achievement. It lives on the other side of gratitude.

Seth Buechley 

Seth Buechley is a serial-entrepreneur and business founder. In his most recent role as President of SOLiD USA, Seth helped bring cellular and public safety radio coverage to some of the most recognized venues in America, including the Empire State Building, the NY Subway, Moscone Center, and Daytona International Speedway. He has served and negotiated contracts with leading global organizations such a Nike, Amazon, Kaiser Permanente, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. 

An experienced keynote speaker and emcee, Seth is a member of Young President Organization (YPO) and the President of Legacy, LLC, his platform for writing, speaking, and coaching the next generation of leaders. 

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Along the way, Buechley has developed into a seasoned entrepreneur, accomplished speaker, and coach for the next generation of leaders.

Most recently, Seth was the lead member of the team that brought SOLiD, a leading provider of indoor cellular coverage, to the U.S. Market.  As President, Seth led a team of leaders who grew U.S. sales to nearly $60 Million before opting to sell the business to a subsidiary of the manufacturer, SOLiD, Inc., a Korea-based public company.

During his time at SOLiD, Seth's team emerged to a national leadership position and brought cellular and public safety radio coverage to some of the most recognized venues in America including: the Empire State Building, the N.Y. Subway, Moscone Center, Ohio State, University of Tennessee, LSU, University of Oregon, and Daytona International Speedway.  He has served and negotiated contracts with leading global organizations such as Nike, Amazon, Kaiser Permanente, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint.

 

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In his recent book Ambition: Leading with Gratitude, Buechley tackles the plaguing question of why ambitious people struggle to find satisfaction and reveals the critical role of gratitude in making the shift to lasting leadership impact.  He pulls no punches in identifying the painful lessons learned on his journey and identifies, with great clarity, some common pitfalls driven people face.

Seth lives in Southern Oregon with his wife of 27 years.  It's there that they enjoy raising three young men, having already raised a grown and married daughter.