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John McGlothin, a Jag officer, is interviewed about his experience in the military and how it has shaped his life.
John talks about his upbringing and how it instilled in him the importance of making his own decisions. He also talks about the importance of getting honest feedback and how the military helped him develop self-awareness.
John gives advice to young people who are interested in joining the military. He says that it is a b...
This episode is about franchising and how Lori Karpman helps people find the right franchise for them.
Lori is a franchise consultant who helps people find franchises that fit their interests and goals. She also helps companies that want to franchise their business.
In the episode, Lori talks about her own career path and how she got into franchising. She also discusses the different steps involved in finding a franchise and the diff...
This episode is about two businessmen, Steve and Hersh, who discuss the importance of humor and building relationships in business.
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The speaker of the podcast, Jacqueline Hernandez, is a life coach and business development consultant who helps people overcome struggles and build successful businesses. She is passionate about helping others, and she offers a free coaching group for single moms.
In the episode, Jacqueline discusses her own journey as a single mom who built a successful business. She shares her tips for success, which include staying away from excu...
This podcast is about Daniel Cole, the founder of peer support website Pay What You Can Peer Support, and his journey of building the site.
Daniel struggled with OCD for many years before he realized what it was. He found peer support groups helpful in his own journey, and he wanted to create a platform to make peer support more accessible to others.
Pay What You Can Peer Support is a website that offers peer support groups for a var...
This podcast is about helping parents and students with college and career planning. The guest speaker, Phil Vetrano, is an independent College and Career coach who helps students figure out what they want to do for the rest of their lives. He also works with parents to support them in this process.
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Bill's goal is to give young people hope and purpose and let them know they can achieve their dreams. He believes that financial literacy is essential for success and that everyone should have the opportunity to learn about it.
Bill also shared his favorite book, The Go-Giver, which is about the importance of giving and helping others. He also advised to "never give up" and to remember that "a winner is just a lo...
This podcast is about serving others through business. The guest speaker is Chuck Scharenberg, who helps business owners achieve more profit and freedom. He believes the key to success is serving your clients and stakeholders well.
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The guest speaker, Nicole Glover, is a marketing expert who helps businesses grow from $5 million to $600 million. She shared her insights on how to create the right message for your target audience, how to attract and retain employees, and how to be a successful CEO.
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This podcast episode is about the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), a tax credit that was created to help businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The hosts, Michael and Steve, are experts in the ERC and they explain how businesses can qualify for the credit and how to claim it. They also share some personal stories about why they are passionate about helping businesses.
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The host, Steve, interviews Joseph Katz, a startup builder. Joseph says that he is passionate about solving puzzles and that startups are like puzzles to him. He enjoys the challenge of putting the pieces together and creating something new.
Joseph believes that the key to success in startups is to keep things simple and avoid overcomplicating things. He says some startups fail because they try to make things too complex. He also be...
This episode is about how Jason Nightingale helps people achieve financial freedom through leveraged banking. He explains what leveraged banking is and how it can be used to pay off debt, build wealth, and create tax-free retirement income. He also shares his story of how he overcame a financial setback and used leveraged banking to achieve his own financial goals.
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This episode is about finding and following your calling. The guest, Dale Young, is a coach who helps people overcome chaos and find clarity in their lives. He believes that everyone has a unique calling from God, and that it is our job to figure out what that calling is and then pursue it.
Dale shares his own story of how he found his calling and offers some advice for the audience on how to find their own calling. He suggests that...
This episode is about how Ryan Hanley got into the insurance industry and how he uses technology to make it more accessible to small businesses.
Ryan Hanley is the CEO of Rogue Risk, a commercial insurance agency that uses video proposals to educate and customize insurance for small businesses. He got into the insurance industry because his then-girlfriend's father made him become an insurance agent for his local Independent In...
Esther Deutsch is a young entrepreneur who is passionate about bringing the human element to the business world. She is the co-author of the book From Mental Health to Mindset, which talks about the importance of mental health for entrepreneurs. She is also the founder of the In the Round Table, a virtual business relationship building networking group.
In this episode, Esther shares her insights on networking, cybersecurity, and le...
This episode is about sales and consultative sales.
Joe Pici is a sales coach who has been in the industry for over 40 years. He has a five-step process for consultative sales that he teaches in his sales Boot Camp. The five steps are:
Pici also believes that it is important to have the right mindset for sales. He says that you need to &qu...
This episode is about how to achieve your goals and desires. Morris Sims, a business owner and podcaster, shares his insights on what it takes to be successful. He discusses the importance of clarity, purpose, and strategy. He also shares a personal story about how he started his own business after retirement.
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This episode is about Chuck Cooper, a business consultant who helps small and mid-sized businesses. He is passionate about serving others and believes this is the key to success in business. Chuck has a network of people that he can call on to help his clients solve their problems. He also wrote a book called "Unprecedented," a roadmap for entrepreneurs. In the interview, Chuck talks about his experience as a business own...
This episode is about the importance of people in business. Steve Remmel, a successful entrepreneur, shares his insights on how to build a thriving business by investing in your people. He emphasizes that people are the foundation of any successful business, and that treating your customers and employees with respect is essential. Remmel also discusses the importance of personal development and continuous growth. He encourages list...
This video is an interview with Cristie Remmel, a veteran and entrepreneur who runs two businesses: the DFW Veterans Chamber and Blue Dragonfly, a graphic design firm. The video discusses her journey from the military to starting her own businesses and the challenges and rewards she has experienced along the way.
Cristie served in the Navy and then worked various jobs before starting Blue Dragonfly. She founded the DFW Veterans Cham...
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