Series: CEO Role

Episode 78: Happy Accidents: Finding the Solutions to Problems with Dan Meadors

Today I sat down an interviewed Dan Meadors who has been a friend of mine for close to a decade. Dan is a successful Amazon seller and the co-founder of The Wholesale Formula. Dan is a self-proclaimed “side-hustle guy” and his business journey over the past few years is full of big mistakes but also…

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Episode 77: How I realized why I was not getting the results I expected

Today I’m going to talk about a mistake that I see people make again and again in not just their businesses but in other areas of their lives as well. I see people who spend a lot of time and effort preparing, learning, and educating themselves on what they need to do, but then not…

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Episode 76: Rethinking Priorities: Preserving the Foundation, Not Just the Fruit with Anthony Trucks

On today’s episode we have Anthony Trucks, a former NFL player and author of Identity Shift and founder of the Shift Method. Anthony shares with us his background and history, and some interesting lessons that you can get out of it for personal growth, business growth, or any of your relationships. Anthony talks about growing…

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Episode 66: From Entrepreneur to Corporate to Entrepreneur What Works Best with Pete Martin

Buyers don’t buy your past. They buy their future. My guest today, Pete Martin, understands that more than most as he has successfully started, scaled and sold four companies and currently has two profitable, active businesses. In this episode, he shares his unique experience, as CEO and founder of Votem Corp. and Advisor for Ask…

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Episode 65: Knowing Where, When and How to Grow Your Business with Bryan Clayton

Do you know the Get, Keep, Grow methods? My guest today, Bryan Clayton, shares his experience in those methods through his growth and sale of a successful company and as the co-founder and CEO of GreenPal. He examines his strategies and experience with growing his previous and current businesses through the start-up, grow-up, and scale-up…

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Episode 63: Understanding How Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication with Hillel Fuld

Clear and concise communication is the key to successful business interactions. You can have a brilliant mind and develop ingenious products, but it won’t matter if you can’t explain what you do to a potential investor. Hillel Fuld is an incredibly well-connected man due to his skill as a communicator. He talks to me today…

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Episode 61: Success From Bringing Others Joy with Angie Lee

How do you get comfortable with taking risks? Develop a healthy relationship with uncertainty and regret. My guest today is the outgoing entrepreneur, community builder and podcaster: Angie Lee. She talks about where her fearlessness comes from when it comes to investing time and money into business ventures and ideas. We also chat about the…

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Episode 60: The Jobs You Didn’t Even Know Existed with Jeff Mendelson

Do you have One Big Tip you like to share with people? Jeff Mendelson, get’s to do this with his guests every week on his podcast, The One Big Tip, and today he’s going to share some of his own tips with me. Jeff talks about how being bored at work led to him learning…

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Episode 54: Selling a Business: Simple and Even Competitive Businesses That Led to Multiple Exits with Seth Farbman

When it comes to starting and growing businesses, Seth Farbman has been “flying by the seat of his pants” for years. He has built his career designing, building, and selling companies in the completely unsexy (but incredibly necessary) world of corporate services. Today, Seth and I discuss how he got into this industry, the sale…

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Episode 51: Learn to Be Intentional and Establish Authority with Travis Chappell

Connections are key. This is especially true when it comes to networking, developing a following, or creating a brand. In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Travis Chappell, founder of Guestio and the Build Your Network podcast. While reaching out to people is inherently fraught with rejection, it is how businesses receive…

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