Steve Grubbs is the CEO of VictoryXR, one of the world’s leading companies in virtual reality educational products, having created over 240 unique virtual reality experiences. He’s also the CEO of Victorystore.com, Chalkbites and Victory Enterprises. Steve is a YPO member and currently working to create a place for virtual reality curriculum in schools and corporate professional training – that is much more immersive, exciting and cost-effective than your typical online video trainings.
Earlier in his life, Steve served as a Chairman of the House Education Committee in the Iowa House of Representatives and passed the largest technology funding bill in state history.
Mike and Steve cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like how Steve took an entrepreneurial approach to run for a political office in his twenties, his transition from politics to entrepreneurship, his favorite entrepreneurial concepts and lessons, why he likes to go into markets that are not yet developed – like virtual reality, and how his virtual reality training company is leveraging the skills of the very best trainers to teach in 3d spatial experiences, like anatomy classes with a virtual cadaver, corporate defibrillator trainings with a virtual heart attack patient, and astronomy classes with a virtual trip to Mars.
And now here’s Steve Grubbs.
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