In this episode, Scott Milas shares:
How he loves helping people exploring the possibilities of franchising.
That he used to work at the White House in the Press Corps as a camera man.
That he learns best by hands on instruction.
When he worked …
In this episode, Jonathan Rosenfeld shares:
The various types of cases that his law firm focuses on.
How his Father influenced his work ethic by serving as a model of hard work.
Whether or not he would have been considered a good employee.
In this episode, Edward Ayres shares:
The business that his father built and how he sold it at the right time.
What he did before getting involved in the Invention business and how his father helped him to get started,
How he initially imagined …
In this episode, Matthew Stibbe shares:
That he still enjoys doing the IT Projects in his company even though he could outsource it to someone else.
How his leadership and communication style has evolved from heroic individual leadership to a mo…
In this episode, Julieanna Hever shares:
That early on it became obvious that a traditional 'real' job was not for her.
The well meaning but traumatic experience that inspired her to become plant based.
How her parents staged an intervention of …
In this episode, Jamie Shanks shares:
How Sales For Life has evolved over the past 10 years.
That listening to his customers pleas for help led him to start Pipeline Signals.
How he spent his time during COVID and the effects that it had on him,…
In this episode, Steve Haffner shares:
The song that inspired him to quit his job and become a magician!
Why he went in to IT in the first place.
That he has always had a strong, creative drive.
What mentalism is and how he incorporated it into …
In this episode, Howie Zales shares:
How he got his start as a cameraman.
That he didn't make it as a Pro Baseball player but still managed to fulfill his dream of 'playing' in Yankee stadium.
The great advice that he got about focusing on his '…
In this episode, Mark Struczewski shares:
That getting fired was actually a good thing for him.
Who came up with the name of Mr. Productivity.
How his parents set him up to be successful in life.
Why he loves heling fellow Solopreneurs.
How and …
In this episode, Liana George shares:
How she became an author.
The serendipitous business card that served as the basis for her novel.
Why she hired a coach to help her write.
What motivated her to shift from organizing systems to writing…
In this episode, Lindsay Pinchuk shares:
That when she was pregnant she created a community for expectant mothers because that is what she needed. She estimates that she works about 20 hours a week for clients and the rest is towards building he…
In this episode, Brad Powell shares:
That he partnered with music artists from all over the world to feature their music before ITunes existed and how that got him in to video.
How he sold his company to National Geographic and then was reta…
In This Episode, Author Chloe Holiday Shares:
Her family mantra that has served her well in life.
Both How and Why she became an Author.
What she did for a career before she started writing and why she left it.
How a bout with insomnia and a mis…
In This Episode Dale Miller Shares:
That he was a successful lawyer before inventing Chin-Up Strips.
His wife had always complained about his snoring but it wasn't until he had a case where a man had a fatal accident that he recognized that …
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In This Episode Chef Dennis Shares:
That he has had several mentors throughout his career that have helped him become the Chef that he is today.
He has had two carpal tunnel surgeries on his hand.
How he started a culinary program for teen girls…
In this episode Bob shares:That originally he wanted to be a lawyer until he met some. Accounting for Bob was initially just a course to keep his GPA up in college and not something he wanted to specialize in.Accounting allows him the freedom a…
In this episode Dan shares:
That he developed his Social Media On Steroids course after someone pointed out that DrumTalk TV was achieving 900% more online reach and engagement than its competitors.
Dan considers himself an introvert which I fo…
In this episode Cathy shares:
That she gave a TED talk on the wonderful world of worms.
Why she is an advocate for worms and worm composting.
How her business is ultimately an education business.
How a trade deal with the US that closed he…
Dana Knowles discusses:
How her invention 'The Hanging Shower Caddy' came about.
That the book "One Simple Idea" by Stephen Key introduced her to the world of licensing.
What a good example of a royalty percentage is.
Chris Klesh talks…
Joe Pulizzi discusses:
The seven steps of starting a business using the Content, Inc model.
What the term Content Tilt means and how to use it to differentiate your business.
How a Content, Inc business is one that must be in it for the long…
In this episode Larae shares:
That her family goes back four generations living in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
How she came from a mixed family and that her maternal Grandfather fought for the social justice issues of his day.
Her first busin…