Today we’d like to introduce you to Spencer Galbreath.
Spencer is an LA native. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA Baldwin Hills to be exact. After graduating high school from palisades high school he started in corporate music America at Universal Music Group / Interscope records. Just like others, Spencer journey started as an intern which lead him to getting on the books to becoming a label executive to where he oversaw the Tupac estate, Maloof Music, to working with some of today’s top producers and artist.
Spencer’s ambition lead him to starting his own marketing/advisement company called DRI Inc, which stands for Dreamers, Risk-Takers & Innovators, where he works with an array of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies, motivational speakers, and athletes. To diversifying his portfolio into the CBD / Cannabis space, owning two shops here in the downtown area of Los Angeles.
Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall, and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I believe anything worth having takes time and patience, no matter what. When building a brand, company to working with others, you will definitely run into some challenges; however, you have to keep your faith and know it will all pan out.
DRI Inc. (Dreamers, Risk Takers, and Innovators) – what should we know? What do you guys do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
My company specializes in life, people, and opportunity. Just like Eric Thomas says, “no opportunity wasted,” I truly enjoy the process of my various business and the companies I deal with on a daily basis. I love putting the puzzle together and finding the right shared value in things. I believe what sets me apart from others is I’m a LYFE Connoisseur, and I mean that in every way of the word you never know where I’ll be doing a deal at or maintaining or building a new relationship. I can be on a golf course, inside the steam room, a cigar lounge a rooftop, the beach for me it’s always about the big picture.
What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?
I would say I have a couple of various proudest moments, but I’m truly blessed to wake daily and do what I love.