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Are you an Entrepreneur, Wantrepreneur, or Small Business Owner? Would you like new ideas, insight inspiration that you can apply from successful entrepreneurs? Be our guest and listen to our podcast to discover how other entrepreneurs are getting all of this as they commute, and as they workout in the gym, and as they jog etc. 7 days a week we interview successful entrepreneurs and talk about their journey to discover their struggle before finding success, the big ideas that made their businesses grow, and their aspirations and ideas for the future. In each episode of The Entrepreneur Way Neil chats with successful entrepreneurs as they reveal golden nuggets of information and advice. For the Show Notes and the latest news go to

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    2017: Stop Trading time for Money with Joey Mure and Russ Morgan Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Wealth Without Wall Street

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 90:30

    Joey Mure, Founder and Partner at Wealth Without Wall Street, brings impact, integrity, and generosity to the company every day. He hopes to be remembered as a lover of Jesus, devoted husband, and faithful father. Despite dreaming, around age 10, of becoming an orthopedic surgeon, Joey was in the mortgage business for 11 year before moving to finance in 2014. His personal mentor, Nelson Nash — another man of integrity and impact — is someone Joey deeply admires. Joey's strengths in building relationships, asking great questions, and influencing and empowering people with the Wealth Without Wall Street message make him invaluable to the company's mission. He is relational, impactful, and a true leader. His colleagues would add that he's thoughtful, funny, and a family man. Many people don't know that Joey ate a 72-ounce steak dinner once. If he could be anywhere other than work, you'd find him at the beach with his family. And every Sunday morning, they're worshipping the Lord. A lifetime goal of Joey's is to impact the world for Christ; and a more near-term goal is to purchase a beach house for my family. Aside from Wealth Without Wall Street, Joey listens to Sharran Srivatsaa's Business School podcast and Donald Miller's Building A StoryBrand podcast. He's happiest when he's traveling with his wife or golfing with his girls. He cares deeply about Campus Outreach, Cru, Navigators, Sav a Life, Lifeline Adoption, and Young Business Leaders. His aims to live by the words “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your path (Prov 3:5-6).” Wealth Without Wall Street's Founder and Partner, Russ Morgan, is known as “The Idea Guy.” Russ began his professional career as an investment advisor in 2004 after graduating from Auburn University — a slight foray from 10-year-old Russ' dream of becoming a professional baseball pitcher. Russ started IBC in 2009, and eventually went on to found Wealth Without Wall Street in 2015. Russ' mother was an enormous inspiration for him growing up. As a single mother with two young children, she took a rigorous, accelerated track through college while working multiple jobs, all with the goal of bettering her children's lives. When he's not working, you can wave to Russ on a boat at the lake pulling his kids around on a tube. And on Sunday mornings, he's probably rushing to church with his family … only 10 minutes late. Russ' creativity, fresh ideas, and knack for problem solving are indispensable assets to his role at Wealth Without Wall Street. Russ would describe himself as competitive, creative, and passionate; his colleagues would likely add that he is helpful and abundant. Russ hopes to be remembered as an innovator who loved to teach others, and he has a goal to one day serve in the mission field. Finishing the book is another more near-term goal. Aside from Wealth Without Wall Street, Russ learns from the Business School podcast with Sharran Srivatsaa and Donald Miller's Building A StoryBrand book and podcast. Aspire Movement, Campus Outreach, and Young Business Leaders are three causes near to Russ' heart. Russ in one motto? “Just try!” “I would say doing what you're doing right now, educating yourself and even taking it one step further, networking… The more you can force yourself to be in a position to network and to grow that to me is number one… Find people who are successful, way more successful than you and spend time with them ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2016: Understanding How to Scale with Lynne Silber Eichenbaum Founder and Owner of Nompi Gloves and Gardensleeves

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 70:29

    Lynne Silber Eichenbaum is the inventor of GardenSleeves by NOMPI Gloves. A self-taught seamstress and a huge gardener who suffered multiple bouts of Poison Ivy, short wrist length glove was not helpful, so she invented GardenSleeves with a blouson sleeve that secured over the bicep with an elastic band. “Do your research, make sure you have a product that fills a need. Not just necessarily something that whimsical or that cute. What's really going to sell is when you solve a problem that people have… Then take baby steps. Don't spend your life savings and say okay I am just going to throw all of my eggs in one basket… I would say have faith, grow the business at a comfortable pace and just do it and you never know. You don't know unless you try”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2015: Putting Your Money to Work So You Do Not Have to with Samson Jagoras Investor and Owner of The Growth Vue

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 47:20

    Samson Jagoras is an entrepreneur, RE/MAX commercial real estate broker. President, and founder of Growth Vue Properties. Over his 12+ year career in business, executive leadership & entrepreneurship, he has served as a professional Futures & Commodities broker, actively invested in real estate, and acted as the Chief Strategy Officer for Madwire, an INC 500 marketing, and technology company located in Fort Collins, Colorado. Samson currently puts together large commercial apartment investments throughout the United States, opportunistic land development, fix n flip and buy/hold deals in Northern Colorado; and sits on the executive leadership team at Madwire, where he helped grow revenue from 7 million to over 100 million & grown the employed base from 35 employees to 600 employees in ten years. Having built 5 departments, consulted thousands of businesses on marketing and business operations, hiring north of 400 employees, and coaching countless business/marketing professionals, Samson now uses those skill sets to structure, negotiate and manage multifamily projects for active and passive investors, business consulting and commercial real estate. Samson graduated from the University of Colorado and holds a master's degree from Logan University. “Make sure that you are building a business that accommodates your lifestyle design. I see a lot of people build businesses that don't actually support their ultimate life goals and they find themselves years later not entirely happy in their business or maybe not able to maximise the business to the greatest level because they aren't ultimately not loving what they are doing”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2014: Fuelling Entrepreneurial Sparks with Christopher Kovalik Founder and Owner of Rushdown Revolt

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 85:32

    Christopher Kovalik is the CEO and Creative Director of Rushdown Revolt. A former Wall Street Banker turned game developer, Chris risked reputation, success and salary to go all in on “the worst video game in history”, a platform fighting game that shut down after only a year of operation and was ranked in the bottom 5% of all Steam-reviewed games at the time. With no coding or game development experience, Chris relied on his analyzing skills, savviness and Wall-Street swagger to flip this game that flopped. By opening communication lines wide open between business leaders, developers, designers and gamers, encouraging a vibrant, active community and listening to customer feedback, Chris catapulted what was a thriving social environment for fighting games back to life. Rushdown Revolt has flipped the industry upside down ever since, ranking in the top 5% of all Steam-reviewed games in only two years since its acquisition and growing at a rapid rate, with game users up 20% month-over-month by word of mouth only. “Never give up and then you wont fail. You only fail once you give up”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2013: Creating the Shopify of Business Formation Services with Chad Sakonchick Founder and Co-Owner of Betterlegal

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 56:29

    Chad Sakonchick is a serial entrepreneur and automation expert. He believes strongly that humans should do things humans are good at and robots should do things robots are good at. His most recent business is BetterLegal, where he is automating the professional services arena. “a formula for building your business… If you are starting a business, you should develop and then market, and then develop and then market. And do equal parts of both because… Too many people think that their service is better, their product is better, and that might be true. I know ours is but it is not out there enough. And so, if you are starting from scratch, it should be… And develop doesn't have to be software it can be developing processes, developing what your services look like or your culture. But develop in equal amounts as you market. And make sure that you do as much marketing as you do development because if you don't tell anybody, if you don't get that out there then it doesn't matter how much time you spend on the development part”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2012: Finding the Gold in the Jewellery Business with Joseph Landin Founder and Owner of SFL Maven Corp

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 40:36

    Joseph Ladin is the CEO of SFLMaven Corporation, an online provider of premium, high-end luxury jewelry and goods, which he founded in 2003. He is a highly-accomplished entrepreneur with more than 18 years of e-commerce experience. Ladin graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in sociology and business. “Just go for it, do it while you are young… Even if you fail there's still you went out and you did it you try your hardest and you learned lessons and you are just ready for the next adventure after that. There is no failing ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2011: Disrupting the Flooring Industry with Jack Aspenson Founder and Owner of S3 Surface Solutions LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 49:54

    Jack Aspenson is the CEO and President of S3 Surface Solutions, a disruptive, client driven organization that focuses on providing environmentally friendly, simple surface systems that are long lasting and cost-effective. With more than 25 years of experience in entrepreneurial business development, consulting, and sales management, Jack knows how to develop a competitive advantage. “accept risk. It's going to happen… Accept change, be ready for it… Manage your personal cash flow as well as you do your business cash flow and don't overspend. I don't care if you are worth three or 4,000,000 dollars in the bank you can overspend and cause yourself to go down quickly… Plan… If you don't have a plan you are planning to fail ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2010: Execution Is Where Your Vision Comes Out with Christy Keeton Founder and Owner of Keeton Realty Investments LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 50:47

    As an Engineering Technician in the oil industry, Christy Keeton's expertise was to analyze multi-million dollar acquisitions and build annual budgets. She opened Keeton Realty Investments in 2012 to flip houses. In 2019, focus transferred from single-family to multi-family. She chose real estate for freedom, to rescue children from trafficking, teach single parents be financially free and build a legacy. “don't think you have to do it alone. Most businesses are a team effort. Somebody is going to know something more than you. Find somebody who has been in your shoes, see how they can help you. Education is great, knowledge is money, it really is. But experience, that is even greater. So if you can find somebody that can help you where you need help because they've already been there and they can bring your experience to you that is the best thing I can say. Just don't do it alone, it will kill you”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2009: Redefining the Sleeping Market with Kevin Hillman Founder and Owner of Restflix

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 42:15

    Kevin Hillman is obsessed with redefining the sleep market. He has won multiple awards and was recently named a 40 under 40 award winner by the Business Observer. Hillman served as the president of Powr, a OTT platform, before launching Restlix. “My best advice would be if you have a vision, it is up to you to make it a reality. Create a plan to begin, execute it. Some things won't go your way but stay the course and most importantly never get distracted or discouraged. I think you will have success if you can persevere”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2008: Being Consistent to Really Start Seeing Growth with Augie Johnston Founder and Owner of Vidchops

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 37:30

    Augie Johnston is a 35 year old ex-YouTuber, former professional basketball player, and founder of VidChops. VidChops allows YouTubers to add an expert video editor to their team in just a few clicks so they never have to edit again. “Just get started. Get started with an idea and soon you can hire people to help you. I would say your main goal is not to be profitable in the first few months. I would say invest some money so you can get it up launched and then start hiring people as soon as possible to help take the busywork off your hands. So that would be my best advice to build a team”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2007: How Far Can You Take Your Life When You Embrace Failure with Blake Hutchison CEO of Flippa

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 37:26

    Blake Hutchison is an accomplished entrepreneur and the CEO of Prior to Flippa, Blake was the general manager and chief revenue officer of Luxury Escapes and head of strategic partnerships at Xero. Blake was also the founder of GOOD44, a venture capital-backed specialty food marketplace helping small business owners target a new customer base. “Go exceptionally fast”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2006: Rethinking and Reinventing Key Parts of Your Business for Future Growth with David Nour Founder and Owner of The Nour Group Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 85:38

    David Nour is a senior leadership advisor, educator, executive coach, and bestselling author. Nour is internationally recognized as the leading expert on applications of strategic relationships in profitable growth, sustained innovation, and lasting change. He is the author of eleven books, including bestsellers Relationship Economics®, Co-Create, and Curve Benders. “beyond your educational foundation, beyond your professional pedigree your most valuable asset and you are only strategic and sustainable differentiator is your portfolio of relationships. So become more intentional, become more strategic, become more quantifiable in the relationship you choose to invest in. And that advice is as relevant inside your organisation as it is external to it”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2005: Making the Decisions You Need to Make with Sabrina Horn Founder and Owner of Horn Strategy LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 41:15

    Sabrina Horn is an award-winning CEO, C-suite advisor, communications expert, and author. With only $500 and five years of work experience, she founded Horn Group, a public relations firm that for a quarter century, advised thousands of executives and their companies—from the hottest startups to the Fortune 500. She was one of few female CEOs in Silicon Valley in the early 1990s and has always aimed to exemplify authenticity and advise her clients on its merits. She's written for publications including The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, Forbes, and Chr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)it depends on what they need to hear at the time. Sometimes it's just take action, sometimes it's... This is not what you want to hear though... What's the worst that can happen. Probably the big one in our business is done is better than perfect... Maybe not in heart surgery but in business is that whole imperfect action, it's the whole minimal viable product, it's getting your thing out there and getting the feedback so that you can make the tweaks. But the more you just sit on it then who are you helping? You are not helping anybody. You are not helping anybody if nobody knows that this thing exists. And maybe that thing is just an idea, maybe it's a product or maybe it's a service but if you don't get it out there then no one gets helped. So done is better than perfectChr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)Chr(34)...[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2004: Managing Inwards and Manage Outwards with Laurence Olivier Founder and Owner of Life Q

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 56:57

    Laurence Olivier is the CEO of LifeQ, a leading health informatics company. Laurence brings over three decades of global technology and business leadership, and has served on the boards of more than 50 startup, private and public companies around the world. He is also partner with two VC firms, 4Di Capital (South Africa) and Veritas Venture Partners (Israel). Laurence's academic qualifications include Electronics Engineering, Commerce, and Data Sciences. “don't be shy to be a bit naïve. Because if you are not, you will just be a me to. I think entrepreneurship is not a fashion show where one rises and falls on the ratings from people in armchairs. One has to do things outside of the conventional box. Focus on things in front of you and don't be affected by the views of so many others on the side which is not experiencing where you are at that point in time”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2003: Finding a Way by Keeping Your Mind on the Future with Anne Gannon Purchaser and Owner of The Largo Group Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 40:37

    Anne Gannon is a CPA with 15+ years experience in all areas of tax and accounting for individuals and businesses.  Anne's specialty is simplifying the accounting process for business owners so that they have the information they need to make the best path forward for their business. During the Covid 19 pandemic Anne volunteered her time to the hospitality industry to assist the many businesses in the US struggling to survive. Anne continues to provide education and guidance to entrepreneurs and business owners who are making their way back and building a new path forward for their businesses. While Anne loves her role as the owner of The Largo Group, she is most proud of her role as Mom to her sons James and Fraser, and wife to her husband and best friend Steve. When not working her favorite hobby is hiking through the woods with her family! “Believe in yourself. There is no reason that your dream can't become a reality but you just have to believe in it and work hard at it. Anyone who will tell you that things happen overnight or Jeff Bezos is lucky. No, I think that people that you see succeeding whether it's at a massive scale or just a small business it's hard work. That's really what it is I think if you work hard and continue to be persistent in how hard you work it will work out”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2002: Building a Great Business for a Great Buyer to Take over with Joe Valley Founder and Owner of Exitpreneur LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 63:39

    Joe Valley has built, bought and sold over a 1/2 dozen of his own companies, and sold nearly 1/2 billion in online businesses through his firm Quiet Light Brokerage. He is the bestselling author of The EXITPreneur's Playbook - a book designed to help you achieve your own incredible exit. “Keep your overhead  low and don't be afraid of making mistakes”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2001: Planning and Delivering an Epic Experience to Your Customers with Dan T Rogers Founder and Owner of Point to Point Transportation and Sales Sidekick

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2021 50:24

    In defying the odds and always looking to challenge the status quo, Dan T Rogers helped to grow a quick-serve restaurant chain, tripled annual sales for an existing book of business, and pivoted his own company to navigate tremendous growth; the 2008 recession; and being listed for seven consecutive years of the Inc 5000 listings. “there are no special snowflakes”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    2000: Making Sure That You Can Run the Organisation Your Product Needs to Maximize Success with Anthony Minessale II Founder and Owner of Signal Wire Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 56:10

    Anthony Minessale II is the Founder and CEO of SignalWire, an enterprise CPaaS that delivers advanced FreeSWITCH as a Service through an elastic-cloud framework and developer-friendly APIs. He has 25+ years of experience in software engineering, telecommunications and open source. In founding SignalWire, Tony's mission to bring the complex technology behind real-time communication to the mainstream came to light. “Make sure what you are doing is something that you want to be doing. It will make it a lot easier. Be sure it's really what you want to be doing because it's a key ingredient that breeds the ability to move on when it is not the best days – if you really want… Really wanting it is most of the battle”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1999: Expanding Your Reach to Explode Your Sales with Meredith Kallaher Founder and Owner of Meredith Kallaher LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 41:46

    Meredith Kallaher's marketing agency helps business owners expand their reach and explode their sales with updated copy that converts, social media ad strategy and management and/or build out of Kajabi products. She is a wife and mom to 3 teenagers with a new puppy who balances out the teenage hormones! “Take time to interview potential clients. People skip that all the time. And you will be surprised at what your customers actually want instead of you just guessing what they want”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1998: Creating a Business That You Can Sell Even If You Never Envisage Selling That Business with Andy Lopata Co-Founder and Co-Owner of H & A Lopata Ltd

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 50:07

    A specialist in professional relationships and networking for over 20 years, Andy Lopata was called ‘one of Europe's leading business networking strategists' by the Financial Times and ‘a true master of networking' by the Independent and A very experienced international speaker and podcast host, Andy is the author of five books, has been quoted in a number of other business books and regularly quoted in the international press. Andy is President of the Fellows Community and a two-time Board Member of the Professional Speaking Association UK & Ireland (PSA) and a Fellow of the Learning and Performance Institute as well as a Master of the Institute for Sales Management. He is also one of just 26 recipients of the PSA's top honour, the ‘Award of Excellence'. “Start with the end in mind. Know what your business is going to look like in five, 10 years' time and build from that point. The other piece of advice is there is nothing that you must do. We are surrounded by experts who tell us we must do this, we must do that, we must do the other. There is nothing you must do. There is advice. It's your business you determine which advice you want to take, which advice is relevant to you and your business. Which advice is going to work in your circumstances in the context in which you're operating and then you decide what to do. Just because something has been successful the one person it doesn't mean it's going to be successful for you ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1997: The Importance of Working with the Right People with Tim Luscombe Founder and Owner of KLO Partners

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 47:13

    Tim Luscombe is a strategic thinker who helps business leaders and owners become more successful. He is an executive coach, chairman and non-exec director focused on improving business performance. Tim also helps business owners and leaders buy and sell businesses successfully and is the author of Deal Finance which is available on Amazon He is the past National President and past Chairman of the Professional Speaking Association He's an accredited coach with The Core Asset helping smaller businesses with their marketing and business growth His background is in financial management and career highlights include Madge Networks which grew from 50 to more than 2000 employees and went public on NASDAQ with a 76% compound annual growth rate. Tim was responsible for Madge's business across Asia Pacific opening 11 sales offices across the region. Tim was later the UK MD of Black Box, an IT distribution & networking business. “The best advice I could give to any entrepreneur would be to work with the right people. Find the right customer, find the right partner, find right supplier and do something you love to do. Do it with the right people”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1996: Why Marketing Is the Most Critical Part of Any Business with Nathan Littleton Founder and Owner of Nathan Littleton - Build Credibility, Win Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 56:10

    Nathan Littleton is a marketer, professional speaker and author who helps businesses to grow by attracting and winning more customers. Having started his first business, building websites from his bedroom at the age of just 12, he now sends more than a million emails each year for his clients. “Get help where you need it. And that comes into parts… It comes in the fact that you should find a mentor or a business coach even if it is simply to bounce ideas off them. It might be that it is a friend. It might be a friend that you can use as an accountability partner to genuinely hold you accountable to do the things that you know you need to do. Or a mentor or a business coach who works within that space that can give you advice that goes along with that and that can tell you exactly what things are that you need to do and hold you accountable to doing”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1995: The Secret to Living the Best Life That You Possibly Can with Christopher Burns Founder and Owner of Men Mastermind

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 53:02

    Christopher Burns dedicates his life to coaching men to activate their purpose, power, and prosperity. He has been coaching men, entrepreneurs, leaders, and professionals for almost a decade and works with clients 1-on-1, in group coaching, home study courses and hosts live events, retreats and masterminds. Christopher's company coaches and teaches men through the “Mastered Man Curriculum™” where men create their Purpose Manifesto “Go to the meeting, show up, do the thing that you think you should do or know that you should do whatever it might be. Don't let excuses or limiting self-belief, self-taught get you out of that. Don't let lives pickup and emergencies and stuff like that derail you from showing up the things that matter most because I believe it's the person who consistently rigorously shows up for what he or she said she would. That you build your integrity, you show up for the opportunities and I think that are really important key of entrepreneurship”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1994: Helping Authors Bring Their Books to Life with Susie Schaefer Founder and Owner of Finish the Book Publishing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 36:11

    Known as The Book Angel for “cause publishing,” Susie Schaefer believes that books are the gateway to creating a movement. Her love of books goes far beyond the feel of a fabric cover or the smell of a library. Whether writing a book helps an author heal past trauma or raises awareness for social change, Susie empowers storytellers to be part of the global conversation and create a ripple effect for humanity. Working with business owners brings her tremendous joy, particularly when an author shares their own personal story and creates “Business Ascension” by melding their mission and message. Susie comes to the table with an array of superpowers; her unique combination of business acumen, street smarts, and mystic intuitive gifts to help people see what's truly possible with no limitations. Her corporate experience working with non-profits, teaching and training in human resources and as a marketing expert, and a stint in radio broadcasting and commercial acting allows Susie to skillfully guide authors through the independent publishing process to finish that dream book, launch a speaking career, or build a business with a book that gets results and gives back. In addition to publishing inspirational books, Susie writes and edits screenplay adaptations of books through her passion project, Movie Muse Productions. Susie's understanding of social impact, or “cause” publishing, enables her to offer a unique foundation for publishing by building community, creating connections, and serving as a catalyst for change. When not reading, publishing books or writing award-winning screenplays, Susie can be found practicing her downward dog (yoga), meditating on the beach, or planning her next travel adventure. “Get out of your own way, don't overthink it, create the plan, creates what it is, how you want to serve people, whether it's a product or service, and then do the work put it into place and then just get out of your own way”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1993: How Introverts Succeed in Business with Jon Baker Founder and Owner of Introvert In Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 45:30

    Driven by his desire to expose the talent of quieter businesspeople, Jon Baker has become known for activating introverts. With his quietly confident attitude to challenges and vision of balanced teams Jon inspires business leaders to take action to improve productivity and creativity in their firms. “stop blaming people around you and recognise that it's your choice that makes things happen… The most powerful two words in the English language, ‘ I choose'”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1992: Coming up with a Solution That Is Better than Anything Else in the World Today with Hany Fam Founder and Owner of Markaaz Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 75:07

    Hany Fam is CEO and founder of Markaaz, which is the world's first global platform to verify and connect small businesses. Prior to founding Markaaz, he served as CEO of AXA Global Enterprise & Partnerships, Founder & President of Mastercard Enterprise Partnerships and President of Mastercard UK & Ireland Markets. “Pick two things that need to be solved. Ask yourself the question can you do it better than anyone else? Do you have the resources? Or can you find your way to the resources to do that? And last but not least and the most important question is can you do it quicker than anyone else? So I guess in summary, focus, plan, count the cost, double it and go for it”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1991: Designing Your Intentional Path with Finnian Kelly Founder and Owner of Intentionality Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 37:22

    Finnian Kelly is a world-renowned keynote speaker on Intentionality, a retreat facilitator, and a 1:1 Executive Coach. He is the creator of, a unique framework to guide people to be purposeful and aligned in their beliefs, thoughts, and behaviors so they can feel more love in their lives. “The greatest risk is not doing it at all. You won't regret that you tried and it didn't work, you will regret that you didn't do it at all. And that just gives you the confidence to take that step. And then finally it would be remember that your business is just a tool to achieve the life that that you wouldn't end for yourself. Try not to make it bigger than it is, it's not you. It's part of you and it's a great platform to live an extraordinary life but I see too many people make it their identity and that just affects them when that business doesn't exist anymore”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1990: Having Great Mentors and Advisors with Marty Parker Founder and Owner of Waterstone Human Capital

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 54:19

    Marty Parker is founder and CEO of Waterstone Human Capital, a leading cultural talent management firm that offers retained executive search specializing in recruiting for fit, culture change and transformation services, leadership development, succession planning, cultural and engagement measurement, and advisory consulting for entrepreneurial-minded, high growth organizations across North America. “Have great mentors and advisers. You can't have enough people… Most people whether you know them or you don't know them want to help, it's not about advisory fees or money. People want to give back what they've learned and so many more people than not are good in giving and helpful… And I think…' you are the company you keep'… And having the best team members, the best people that you can on your team and just the best clients. If you don't like working for a particular group of people you really have a choice.”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1989: Speaking to Win in Business with Ges Ray Founder and Owner of Speaking in Public Ltd

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 51:47

    Ges Ray delivers ‘Speak Performance' skills based on four decades of performing, from public speaking competitions to MC'ing, keynotes to radio broadcasting, on a solid foundation of commercial roles (including Bank Manager!) and choral singing. Only ask him about singing in Carnegie Hall, NYC if you have time for the answer… “I will give you three. One, a top one for me, go for a long walk. Mull around what you are thinking… Go and ask your head, your heart and your gut what is really going on. What are they saying to you? Give yourself a chance to actually think things through. Secondly get out and talk to the others, mastermind group or networking. Get among people where you can open up to what you are doing and just get other people's views ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1988: You Only Get What You Are Willing to Sacrifice For with Jerome Myers Founder and Owner of Myers Methods

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 47:25

    Jerome Myers left corporate America because he realized that although he had many accomplishments, he had not gained significance because he was not leading a centered life. Now, as a leadership coach, he uses his personal journey and unique training method to guide other apex performers in leadership positions to face their toughest personal and professional challenges head on. “Your dreams should be real. Now you just have to go out and make the sacrifice, pay the price of admission for them to be”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1987: Avoiding Failure by Mitigating Risks Rather than Taking Risks with Jay Haynes Founder and Owner of THRV LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 61:21

    Jay Haynes is the Founder & CEO of, the first and only Jobs-to-be-Done (JTBD) software for product, marketing, and sales teams. Jobs-to-be-done product management helps CEOs align their product teams with customers to dramatically increase their effectiveness by reducing roadmap risk, accelerating revenue growth, and generating superior equity value. “Customer empathy, customer empathy, customer empathy combined with mitigating risk. Always be focused on your customers and their problems independent of your product. Don't ask them if they want a faster horse… Then the second is risk mitigation. So, make sure that you are mitigating risk. Don't be an entrepreneur wants to take risk be an entrepreneur who wants to mitigate risk because that is the path to success. Then the final one was don't run out of cash. Cash is king. All businesses fail because they run out of cash so don't run out of cash”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1986: Taking What Works, Leaving the Rest and Then Making it Your Own with Elizabeth Cunningham Founder and Owner of Elizabeth Ann Cunningham Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 56:53

    Elizabeth Cunningham is a Love Coach who helps people create deep and connected relationships of all styles. In the past year, she has become a full time entrepreneur, scaled her coaching business to have its first 6 figure year by 2022 and has started a love apparel company called Cosacuore. “Don't give up”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1985: You Are the Cause, the Problem and the Solution to Everything That You do with Stephen Somers Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Marketplace Superheroes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 49:50

    Stephen Somers is the co-founder of Marketplace SuperHeroes, an online education and services company that helps people all over the world learn how to sell their own products globally on Amazon from complete scratch. Together with his business partner, Robert, Stephen has won 5 two-comma club awards for Marketplace SuperHeroes, which is now an 8 figure business, and the guys have also helped over 8,000 people to create multiple income streams online. “Be a student number one, stop believing in yourself number two, it sounds strange but find a proven process. Always look for the proven process no matter what you are doing. If you are starting, if you are growing, whatever, find people who have already done it and then learn from them, model them, do whatever it takes. Because the answers are truly out there. Then as time goes on you can innovate”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1984: Doing Something That Most People Won't Actually Execute on with Claire Bahn Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Claire Bahn Group

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 39:45

    Claire Bahn is a personal brand strategist and the CEO and Founder of Claire Bahn Group. She helps high-achieving entrepreneurs, investors, founders, and executives create magnetic personal brands to increase their visibility, deal flow, and opportunities. “Being an entrepreneur is not for everybody and I think a lot of people think that it's cool, it's easy, it has sex appeal or whatever… It's not… It's really hard and there is not a safety net. I think that can be really, really scary for people. One of the best pieces of advice is to know what you are getting into and if you are really terrified about doing it maybe it's not the best thing for you. Maybe there are other things that you can do and that's fine… The first thing you need to do is do something because most people won't actually execute”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1983: Premium Advice for Premium Entrepreneurial Performance with Rhonda Marshall Founder and Owner of Inahsi LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 57:25

    As a Chemist, Educator, and Naturalista, Rhonda Marshall brings a truly unique perspective to the beauty industry. Rhonda saw a clear consumer need and personal passion to take better care of her naturally curly hair. Her curls were something she was proud of and she felt distinguished her personality. After years of using relaxers and other chemical laden products, and high heat styling methods that damaged her hair to modify her natural curl pattern, she felt there had to be a better way. While at Helene Curtis (now Unilever) Rhonda worked on projects developing Suave Shampoos and Conditioners as well as the first Clear Stick for (Degree) Antiperspirant/Deodorant. After earning a Masters Degree in Education, she has also worked as a Certified Educator teaching Chemistry and Science at the Secondary level. Finally, after transitioning away from chemically processed hair in 2001, Rhonda eventually developed her own hair products incorporating natural ingredients that were especially effective for naturally curly hair textures. With this experience not only as a Chemist but also as a customer, Rhonda developed what would eventually become the Inahsi Naturals product line. Inahsi Naturals products have been used by award winning celebrity stylists behind the scenes for a number of shows including ABC's ‘Black●ish, The CW's Riverdale, and the film starring Eddie Murphy, Coming 2 America. “I would say the number one thing is don't quit your day job, that's the number one. And I know people say just go out there and just fly. No, no, no, no. Your job can help to fund your business. So it is nothing wrong, no shame in your game if you have a job and you are side hustling your business… To help fund your side hustle. Because you don't want to get out there and your business can't sustain or your family can't sustain you. So, you definitely want to make sure if you have a job, you make sure you are saving… The demand is there”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1982: How to Prosper During Both the Feast and Famine of Business with Moe Abbas Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Acadium Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 92:13

    Moe Abbas is the Co-Founder and CEO of Acadium, a company that matches emerging marketing talent with mentors looking to grow their business affordably. Acadium has raised $1M from top angel investors, and it has launched more careers in digital marketing than any other platform to date. “Surround yourself with the right people. You can start a business with very little in today's world. So just take some time and ask the right questions about your business. That's probably the best thing, ask the right questions. Sit there and just hammer out questions. Why am I doing this? How big could it be? Who are my customers? Where are they? That would be the best advice I could give. ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1981: Getting Your Ideas Coming to Life with Jeff Wald

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 55:20

    Jeff Wald is the Founder of Work Market, an enterprise software platform that enables companies to manage freelancers (acquired by ADP). Jeff has founded several other technology companies, including Spinback, a social sharing platform (eventually purchased by Jeff began his career in finance, serving as Managing Director at activist hedge fund Barington Capital Group, a Vice President at venture capital firm GlenRock and various roles in the M&A Group at JP Morgan. Jeff is an active angel investor and startup advisor, as well as serving on numerous public and private Boards of Directors. He also formerly served as an officer in the Auxiliary Unit of the New York Police Department. Jeff is the author of The Birthday Rules and The End of Jobs: The Rise of On-Demand Workers and Agile Corporations. Jeff frequently speaks at conferences and in media on startups and labor issues. “You have got to get started. Whatever it is that you are thinking about someone's thought about it, it is just going to be a riff on our ideas… The only thing stopping your ideas coming to life is the fact that you haven't done anything. And if you don't do anything it will not come to light, somebody else will do it. And so just start, put that first foot in front of the other and start that journey”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1980: Wake up Motivated Every Day and Keep Going with Veronica Woodruff Founder and Owner of Travelsist

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 68:46

    Veronica Woodruff is sharing her passion with the world. As a parent herself, she knows how stressful planning family vacations and traveling with children can be. Millions of other parents face the same challenges. This realization created a need for Travelsist, the official travel support company that uses proprietary technology in the travel marketplace to assist families en route to their destination with age-appropriate baby travel gear. Travelsist is shaping the future of travel in relieving packing stress while focusing on who in the family matters most. The Travelsist value proposition is to treat your family like our own. Easy access to travelers at the world's busiest airport - Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - as the starting point has boosted brand awareness. Travelsist is committed to providing hand-selected safety-first, eco-friendly travel products with core values of expectation and trust upon which the company was founded. Customer satisfaction is paramount to help facilitate travel experiences for families and develop new use cases to further global business growth. Veronica is considered alumnae in the ecosystem of Atlanta's business accelerators, including Launchpad 2X, Invest Atlanta's Women Entrepreneurship Initiative, Microsoft for Startups, Switchyards Club and a recipient of the Growth Grant from the Start:ME Program of the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. As an experienced traveler and subject matter expert, Veronica envisions giving insight on traveling trends and habits, pivoting where necessary in demonstrating endurance to generate revenue and help the company thrive. With a marketing and technology background, Veronica is the strategic leader of the business poised to demonstrate and deliver a return on investment providing baby and toddler essentials with Travelsist. “Definitely keep going. You know entrepreneurship is hard, it's not easy, it's definitely a rollercoaster and you have to fill your mind with positive energy. And you have to wake up every day motivated and you have to keep going. Because when you start you fail. And every day, every second and every time you believe in what you are doing is a new opportunity to get things done. So, you have to keep going no matter what… It's literally a marathon, you can't stop for breaks. If you stop them, it's very, very hard to return”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1979: Taking Advice and Making it Actionable with Sean Manning Founder and Owner of Payroll Vault

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 51:40

    Sean Manning is Founder and CEO of Payroll Vault, an outsourced payroll and HR service for small-businesses. Founded in 2007, Payroll Vault began franchising in 2012 and now spans the U.S. Sean previously owned Insperience Business Services and the co-author of the book 'Six Steps to Small Business Success.' “Let your mind be free a little bit. Look at the business opportunities, study it… Obviously we talked about some good books. Leverage those. And then kind of roll the dice and be excited about the opportunity. After you study the model make sure it's financially stable then you can make that investment and hopefully be successful with the business”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1978: Getting Behind Something You Can be Proud of with Russell Potterfield Investor and Co-Owner of Endevica Bio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 60:13

    Russell Potterfield is an entrepreneur who leads 511 Capital, a "startup foundry" that researches opportunities and launches businesses into those opportunities, using a proprietary product development model. He concurrently serves as Executive Chair of Endevica Bio and CEO of Scarlet Begonias Industrial Development Enterprises, Global Sporting Intentions & Print Ninja. “if you are going to commit your time, treasure, talent, all of those resources, you should really get behind something you can be proud of. And that is going to be different for every person… At the end of the day when I am at a cocktail party and I am talking to somebody about what I do I want to be able to be proud of that. If you take your activities through that lens, they all get to be a little bit easier and a little bit more meaningful”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1977: Creating a Space Logistics Company with Luca Rossettini Co-Founder and Co-Owner of D-Orbit SpA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 54:29

    Luca Rossettini is CEO and co-founder of D-Orbit, Expert at the Space Advisory Group of the European Commission, Board member of AIPAS, and corresponding member of IAA. He's an aerospace engineer with a Ph.D. in advanced space propulsion, masters in strategic leadership towards sustainability and a Certificate in Technology Entrepreneurship. “it's definitely having a vision, making a plan and be ready to change the plan but make sure that whatever you do follow a very simple algorithm that we use basically every day for every decision. So, when you have to take a decision ask yourself is this decision going in the right direction? Yes or no? If it is no, you just discard it. Is it an open platform? So even if you are not really getting to your final destination is it helping you to move forward later on or is it a dead-end? And the third is the most important… Can I get a benefit in the short-term? That could be an economic benefit or any other sort of benefit but show be a benefit in the short-term otherwise it means that it's not the right moment to take that action. And the last aspect I already mentioned before… Do not give up.”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1976: Knowing How What You do Benefits Somebody Else with Dr Dravon James Founder and Owner of Everyday Peace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 52:04

    Dr. Dravon James is an Everyday Peacemaker, inspirational speaker, life coach, and author of Freedom is Your Birthright. She is the founder of Everyday Peace, a platform for her to help and inspire others to build the life of their dreams, and the host of “Everyday Peace” on Unity Radio. “Do not limit yourself. Practice your craft with a sky is the limit mentality. Meaning that you are willing to invest in yourself for your learning a coach. If you are serious about servicing your customers, your clientele the next level gets serious about investing in yourself”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1975: So Much to Learn Around Sales and Marketing with Kirk Marple Founder and Owner of Unstruk Data Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 39:51

    Former Microsoft, General Motors, and STATS leader, Kirk Marple is the CEO and Founder of Unstruk Data - a company that is building the industry's leading Unstructured Data Warehouse for automating data preparation via metadata enrichment, integrated compute, and graph-based search. Unstruk Data has raised $3.5M in seed funding. “Just keep at it. Grit, persistence, all of those common terms now I think are really so key. I mean knowledge, going to the best school, all of those kinds of things matter to some extent… That's the differentiator, not giving up and just continually learning and being able to apply that learning is key”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1974: Designing a Business for Fashion with Claire Julia Ross-Brown Founder and Owner of CJ London

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 58:23

    Claire Ross-Brown is an English actress, musician, business consultant, and fashion expert. After moving to Copenhagen, Denmark 22 years ago - Claire starred in the Danish hit TV sitcom “Klovn / (pronounced ) = "Clown" “ before achieving a life long dream of launching her own fashion company in December 2019, called CJ London - a concept designed for the future of fashion. “If you have a passion for what you are doing or thinking about doing something it's really to just believe in it and try it and not be afraid of whether it succeeds or doesn't succeed. Because I think personally just the fact that you go for something and you do it is succeeding in itself. We tend to look at success especially as an entrepreneur as to whether you IPO'd. But I don't see it that way, I see success in many different ways “…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1973: What You Imagine to be True Becomes Your Experience of Reality with Tim Phizackerley of Tim Phizackerley Therapy and Training

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 53:34

    Tim Phizackerley is a UK hypnotist, hypnotherapy teacher and mind coach. He advertises as being Britain's fastest hypnotist and helps real people with serious problems. He has a diploma with distinction in clinical hypnotherapy, has worked with the occasional celebrity, has an international client list and has also been featured in the national press and on radio and TV. MORE INFO BELOW JUST IN CASE YOU NRED IT... His interest in hypnosis happened pretty much by accident and out of desperation when his wife was struggling with a terminal illness. Twenty years on Tim is a hypnotist and his wife is now a multiple transplantee and a rare survivor of three terminal illnesses. As a hypnotist and therapist Tim likes to specialise in mindset and problems that other therapists either don't want to work on or have otherwise failed with. This means that he mostly works on alcohol and other addictions, also serious eating disorders. But he also likes to work on things like performance, post traumatic stress, and anxiety. His method for treating PTSD was recently independently endorsed by proffessionap neuroscientists in a published independent clinical study which reported positive outcomes for every participant. (Note. Reference for this is available if desired) He designed a fear of flying system which is offered through some of the UKs biggest airports. And he has also created tools and methods which are being used in a number of UK schools to help children with mental health issues. He says that hypnosis absolutely isn't what you think it is and that everyone should understand it. Although he is now a professional hypnotist and therapist he also says there are some serious problems in the world of hypnotherapy. “don't let anybody else tell you that you can't do it. Decide that you are going to do it better than anyone else and don't listen to anyone who tells you that you can't. And again, I think this comes back to what Henry Ford said and Dave Ellman, what the mind expects to happen is generally realised. So, decide you are going to do it really, really well. If you set your sights all low it's hardly going to be a surprise if you don't achieve very much ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1972: The Biggest Risk Is Not Taking That Risk at All with Janine Kurnoff and Lee Lazarus Co-Founder and Co-Owner of The Presentation Company LLC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 51:57

    Lee Lazarus and Janine Kurnoff are sister-preneurs and co-founders of The Presentation Company. TPC trains the world's top brands—including Facebook, Nestle, and Marriott—on innovative visual storytelling techniques. They've bottled up their award-winning training into a new book called Everyday Business Storytelling, which was an Amazon #1 New Release. “I think being an entrepreneur is a balancing act that changes over time. In the beginning is about saying yes to everything because your wheelhouse is just forming, you are trying to figure it out, you are seeing what sticks. And that is going to push you and keep you up at night… Like literally there were many late nights because we said yes. But I think keeping that early door open to anything helps you figure out what works and what doesn't. And then there is a shift and we have to learn the power of no and stay in your lane which Lee spoke about and realising that you can't be all things to all people and that being busy only works if you are trying to get to where you want to go but it's not going to work if you are burnt out in the process. And so, it's finding that balance of when to say no yes and when to say no. And then as you get more established and as you move on into the maturity of your business don't be afraid to challenge your own status quo. When something comes along and it's uncomfortable and scary but it fits within your wheelhouse sometimes saying yes can transform what you are doing “ [Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1971: What You Could do Versus What You Should do with Angie Chaplin Founder and Owner of Mindful Leadership

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 44:16

    Known for her mastery of content and connection, Angie Chaplin is a speaker, facilitator, coach, author, and educator with over 20 years in human resources and leadership development. During recovery from alcohol addiction, Angie returned to her values as a catalyst for launching her business Mindful Leadership in October 2020. “My best advice to other entrepreneurs is again another quote. This one is by Aristotle and it is that ‘Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom' . And for the most wise and successful entrepreneurs as well as leaders I believe it begins with knowing thyself”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1970: Having a Willingness to be Resourceful with Laura Treonze Founder and Owner of LMT Consulting

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 52:02

    Laura Treonze is an executive coach who specializes in behavioral understanding to enhance company culture, maximize executive talent and boost employee engagement. She combines psychology with experiential coaching methods to help individuals and teams break through limiting beliefs to increase productivity and profit. Laura has the equivalency of a Master Certified Coach having worked as a coach for Tony Robbins and in her own consultancy practice. “don't listen to the naysayers. I think that entrepreneurs are a rare breed and being an entrepreneur isn't for everyone. And so often times we go to family and friends for advice and it's important to keep in mind that they are giving advice based on who they are and not who you are. And so have confidence in who you are and if you stay resourceful you will be able to get through the challenges of being an entrepreneur. But be careful who you go to for advice. And even for me I will go to people who will build me up if I am having a bad week or if I've got something big, I have to do…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1969: Being the Expert Your Customers Need with Chris Pistorius Founder and Owner of Kickstart Dental Marketing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 41:11

    Chris Pistorius is the Founder of KickStart Dental Marketing which has consistently been listed as one of the top dental marketing companies in the country by UpCity. Having over 15 years of experience in dental marketing, he has worked with countless dentists across multiple facets of marketing, consulting, and coaching. “Just do it. It's the old Nike slogan. If you are passionate about and if it makes you happy… And certainly, there is financial stuff to it and you've got to be able to make money in most cases. Just go and do what makes you happy, take care of your customers and the money will come. Don't just sit around and think oh should I, could I? Get off the sideline and actually do it because in my opinion it will be too painful for you later in life to go back and think what if I would have started that business then? What could it have done? So I say just do it ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1968: If They Can do It, You Can do it with Delia Passi Founder and Owner of Women Certified Inc

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 45:51

    Delia Passi is the founder and CEO of WomenCertified Inc., the home of the Women's Choice Award®. The award allows consumers to identify brands and health care facilities that meet the needs and expectations of female customers. It was named by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies for three consecutive years. “have your vision, be very clear with your vision. Back it into how you are going to get there. Make sure that you have enough financing to get to where you need to go… You have got to be prepared for the unseen”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

    1967: You Are so Much More than You Imagine You are with Dr Shad Helmstetter and of Self Talk Plus App

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 53:33

    Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D., best-selling author of 25+ books on mental health and personal growth, is founder of The Self-Talk Institute. The SelfTalkPlus app helps all age groups learn positive self-talk. Topics include stress & anxiety, weight loss, self-esteem, organization, relationships, finances and career goals. “Write your goals down, even the small ones. Start the goal with my goal is… And then finish the sentence… Spend some time doing that, invest the time, take time with yourself and talk about your goals. Talk about your goals with someone you believe in and someone you trust. So, talk about it and listen to what you say when you are talking about your goals. Listen to the things you hear yourself saying that feel good and feel yes, I like that. Also listen to the things that are no that's not for me”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to

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