Entrepreneurs Anonymous

Entrepreneurs Anonymous

Follow along as Cory Lewis and Jamie Dove talk about the path to adapting and helping their businesses to survive during the Coronavirus pandemic, as well as discussions with other entrepreneurs and experts throughout this special series. "We started this project in early 2019 and have some content recorded that we have been editing before we officially launch that features a wide variety of entrepreneurs discussing their lives, their businesses - the successes and failures - and the struggles that everyday entrepreneurs experience. But in light of the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic, and the impact on entrepreneurs and small businesses around the world (and the fact that we're basically locked in our homes as we all should be for the foreseeable future), we thought it best to record some short episodes as often as we can from the perspective of us - the hosts of the podcast - and other entrepreneurs, as we all deal with trying to run our small businesses in a time of a crisis. We don't really have any expectations for this. And our hope is that you can hear something that's helpful to you, makes you want to support small businesses, or at the very least, maybe you can send some small businesses in your area some appreciation for what they have provided to you. Because there are going to be some that won't survive this, and your words of encouragement would probably go a long way. They certainly would for us," says Cory Lewis. Read more at www.ea-podcast.com... Show More

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April 29, 2020 23 min

This Quarantales episode is an update for tips on programs and services available to entrepreneurs, an update on Cory's businesses, the loan programs process for him, and then there's a list of the things that Cory is hopeful about that could come out of this pandemic. Show Links: Fact v Opinion Article ; Fortune 500 CEO Sociopaths ; www.TopCatMarkets.com ; www.TCProhardware.com

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April 14, 2020 68 min

This is the Weekly Roundup episode (a few days late) for 4/13/2020 in our special coronavirus series of Entrepreneurs Anonymous. We catch up with Cory and Jamie and what they've been working on for adapting their businesses to the new normal, and hear how things are going with the EIDL and PPP  loans. They discuss old frustrations that are still in play and what they're doing to mitigate them. Show links: www.EA-Podcast.com...

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April 11, 2020 77 min

Today, as we continue with our special series, we talk with a HVAC and plumbing contractor about the effect of the Coronavirus on his business, the industry, his frustrations, and where he's going to go from here. The guest today is also part of a really entertaining bluegrass band also linked here. Show links: www.ea-podcast.com ; www.WardPH.com ; Ol' Dirty Bathtub Bluegrass

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April 3, 2020 41 min

Today's episode is part 2 of a 2-part weekly roundup episode of our special Coronavirus series, and we simply listen in on an impromptu conversation between the two hosts of the show discussing their businesses, their frustrations, progress made on projects, and the state of things at the end of this week. Show Links: www.EA-Podcast.com ; www.TopCatMarkets.com ; www.RiverCreekFarmCSA.com ; www.CountyLinePie.com ; www.southerncu...

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April 2, 2020 65 min

Today's episode is part 1 of a 2-part weekly roundup episode of our special Coronavirus series, and we simply listen in on an impromptu conversation between the two hosts of the show discussing their businesses, their frustrations, progress made on projects, and the state of things at the end of this week. Show Links: www.EA-Podcast.com ; www.TopCatMarkets.com ; www.RiverCreekFarmCSA.com ; www.CountyLinePie.com ; www.southerncu...

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March 30, 2020 32 min

On today's episode in our special series, we talk with North Carolina Representative Joe Sam Queen about the unique challenges facing rural families and entrepreneurs during this pandemic and some of the opportunities that may come out of this for entrepreneurs when it's over. Show links: www.joesamqueennc.com ; www.ea-podcast.com

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March 27, 2020 34 min

Everything is fluid right now, and new bills and laws are being proposed and adopted at the state and federal levels. So, on today's episode of our special Coronavirus series, we discuss important new laws taking effect soon that impact employees and employers. Show links: www.HSDLaw.com ; www.EA-Podcast.com

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March 26, 2020 37 min

In this episode of the special Coronavirus series of Entrepreneurs Anonymous, we talk to the Director of the North Carolina Small Business Center. She explains more about the updated SBA disaster loan process and other avenues for entrepreneurs to get access to emergency funds during this crisis, along with where to find tools for your small business to try and continue to adapt and survive. Show links: disasterloan.sba.gov/ela ; w...

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March 24, 2020 67 min

Today, Jamie Dove talks to a leader in the event planning industry as we continue with our Entrepreneurs Anonymous special Coronavirus series. The pair talk about impact on events and the event planning industry, and they discuss details on the SBA disaster loan process that our guest today has already completed. Show links: disasterloan.sba.gov/ela ; www.PositiveApproachGroup.com ; www.EA-Podcast.com

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Entrepreneurs Anonymous special series of the Coronavirus impact continues with a Diary episode entry from Jamie Dove in quarantine at his farm location in Limestone, Tennessee. The birds chirp and the life in nature around him seems to go on normally - ignorant of all the changes and panic that has enveloped the world. Show links: www.EA-Podcast.com ; TheMainStreetPizzaCompany.com ; CountyLinePie.com

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Entrepreneurs Anonymous special series of the Coronavirus impact continues with a Diary episode entry from Cory Lewis from quarantine at his home in Asheville, North Carolina. He talks about the domino effect that will impact his business as food service and hospitality industries have massive layoffs - and addresses the questions from the preview episode about exactly why he and other small business owners are freaking out. Show l...

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March 17, 2020 3 min

A preview episode for our special series about entrepreneurs, small businesses, and the Coronavirus impact hosted by Cory Lewis and Jamie Dove. Find out more about the podcast, guests, and the hosts at www.EA-Podcast.com

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