Entrebrewer

Entrebrewer

Entrebrewer is a podcast hosted by Adam McChesney that discusses the journeys and stories of top-performing entrepreneurs across the world.

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May 11, 2022 26 min

The Founder/CEO of Limitless coaching, 8 Year Navy Veteran, and Overall Classic Physique Champion. Saylorsburg, PA.

I was not always “fit” as people see me now. I competed in the Shawn Ray Hawaiian Classic in 2017 taking 1st place and overall, in classic physique. Four months later my thyroid went under-active and that is when my life changed forever. I gained 45 lbs. which felt like overnight, slept for 17 hours a day, lost my abil...

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Tatiana’s passion is in marketing and design, focusing on ROI-driven strategies and creating a balance between functionality and aesthetics. In 2020, she started a digital marketing agency mid-pandemic. In 6 months, she had scaled her agency to 6 figures. As a Latina entrepreneur, Tatiana is also committed to supporting women and minorities in business; she mentored students through A&M-Commerce’s Venture College and is an amba...

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Winston is the owner of MoveUp Consulting, a recruiting and consulting agency who works with moving & storage companies on solving hiring problems. He and his wife Rebecca live in Winchester, VA, at the top of the Shenandoah Valley just 80 miles west of Washington D.C. 

Winston is an industry expert in everything related to recruiting, hiring, retention & culture building. Currently, they service over 50 moving companies nat...

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Sebastian Rusk helps people START A PODCAST in 90 days or less. He is the Founder of Podcast Launch Lab, and has some of his own podcasts as well that he produces episodes for consistently. His book Podcasts Suck, If You Don’t Have One! offers a step-by-step guide to launching your podcast. With his help, he can take you from “idea to iTunes”.

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Matt started his career in information technology as a linux system administrator in 2002, eventually becoming a consultant working for global clients in both the private and public sector. In 2011 he co-founded a full service pet-care company with Kristen, providing boarding, daycare, grooming, and other services. By 2014 he retired from consulting to focus 100% on the pet business, which he and Kristen still operate today. In his...

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Kyle Reed is the Owner of Timberline Marketing. He is a husband and dad of two dogs who pushes himself to break through the obstacles (the Timberline) and keep climbing.

From a small farm town, to engineer in a fortune 100 company, to management in that company and another fortune 500 company, to now owning multiple companies, he has truly defined going from the bottom to the top and then starting all over again.

His marketing compan...

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Kyle Landwher is the Owner of Slam Dunkin’ Junk, a locally owned and operated junk removal company here in St. Louis. The company launched in 2020, and has grown exponentially since then, and will crush the $1 million/year mark here soon. Slam Dunkin’ Junk offers a variety of residential and commercial junk removal services to its clients, and Kyle has a vision for the business to become a franchise, and expand to 48 states. 
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Adam Niec is best known for his success in the Payments Industry. He started off doing direct sales serving Small Business Owners and creating customized payment solutions for them. Adam recently launched a FREE tool for Business Owners called Rate Tracker. Rate Tracker helps business owners easily and AUTOMATICALLY keep track of their out-the-door Credit Card Processing rate. Each month, Rate Tracker users receive a text and an em...

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JC Hite is the CEO and Founder of Hite Digital. Hite went from being a whitelabel fulfillment company for marketing agencies to transitioning to a franchise model that is changing the industry. His commitment is to be a leader worthy of leading a 1000 people, and in doing so, he will literally change the landscape of Nicaragua. JC and his team have created a culture where the focus is on family and faith, while growing people and d...

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Tom is the Owner/President of Renewal Solutions, a home improvement company based in Hazlet, NJ. He also happens to still be a New York City firefighter, but has been pouring into Renewal Solutions since the pandemic to create an empire and life that he has always dreamed of. Throughout his journey he has battled and overcame addiction and struggles personally, to become the man he is today. In entrepreneurship there is no easy rou...

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Adam has this thought process that "entrepreneurs aren't born, they are brewed". Everyone has a different story, comes from a different background, and has had different obstacles to get to where they are today. In this podcast, we are relating the entrepreneurial journey to that of the brewing process. He will be interviewing some of the most successful entrepreneurs in his network and allowing them to share their Entr...

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