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Dr. Jaha Howard, Founder of A+ Pediatric Dentistry of Atlanta and nominee for Georgia State Senate, joins Entrepreneur Hour to talk about the importance of getting involved in your local community.
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Captain L David Marquet, retired Naval Captain and author of Turn the Ship Around, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss creating leadership at every level of your organization through the use of Intent Based Leadership.
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Viveka von Rosen, Founder of Linked Into Business as well as a highly acclaimed author and speaker, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss the power of your network and how to utilize LinkedIn to grow your brand.
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In this episode, I lay the smack down on some truth about the most important thing you can do as a startup entrepreneur...embrace the struggle.
Meredith Dean, Program Coordinator and On-Air Personality for Ryan Seacrest Studios at Levine Children's Hospital and Founder/CEO of The Dean's List, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss the importance of branding.
Business Owner vs Entrepreneur Mentality -- Many individuals have embarked on a life of self-employment. It is my belief that there are subcategories within self-employment that are important to note as you continue on your journey.
Myles Berrio, Entrepreneur and Author, joins Entrepreneur Hourto discuss becoming a self-published author and how your story isworthy of being shared with the world, regardless of age.
Chris Williams, Founder of A Relentless Life, joins Entrepreneur Hour to talk about defying unbelievable odds by never saying never and pushing yourself to achieve the impossible.
Danielle Tate, Founder of MissNowMrs.com and Author of Elegant Entrepreneur, joins Entrepreneur Hour to talk about female entrepreneurship and having the necessary tools to build a successful company.
Stephen Shedletzky, Head Engagement Officer for Simon Sinek's Start With Why Team, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss how important it is to discover your why and allow it to revolutionize your life, your team and your business.
Jordan Agolli, Founder and Operator at Force Consulting, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss how you are never too young to begin your entrepreneurial journey.
Defying the Status Quo -- As a natural rebel, this is a trait of mine that did not come with too much effort. However, without the proper vision and channel for me to focus my efforts, being defiant for the sake of being defiant can be a dangerous path and one that can lead to trouble.
Denna Babul, Huffington Post Contributor, RN, Life Coach, Motivational Speaker, Podcaster, Author and co-Founder of The Fatherless Daughter Project, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss growing up without a father and how she has shared her message to impact the lives of countless others.
Q&A Friday Episode 3 -- In the third edition of Q and A Friday, I examine your questions and provide you with my insight. Also, we will now be selecting one person from the submitted questions to receive a free one-on-one coaching session with me. Submit your questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Demanding Respect -- As a founder and CEO at the ripe old age of 25 when I launched my first business, I frequently felt that I wasn't respected or was viewed as just some kid with a little gimmick business. I had to learn how to earn my stripes by going above and beyond, staying steadfast in my belief that what I was bringing to my industry was going to revolutionize an industry.
The Art of Delegation -- Many business owners struggle with effectively delegating tasks. In this episode, we discuss how to structure the roles within your company for an employee to come in and thrive as well as how to then manage that relationship for future successes.
Ty Frix and Andrew Johnson, Former University of Georgia Athletes and Founders of Ichor Sports, join Entrepreneur Hour to discuss the ways in which training the human body has evolved with the latest technological capabilities.
Q&A Friday Episode 2 -- In the second episode of Q and A Friday, I was again impressed by the thought-provoking questions all of you asked. Make sure to keep them coming by submitting them to me via email at email@example.com.
Win the Day -- Being an entrepreneur, I have found that it can be a challenge to get through the day-to-day when you have big ambitions and aspirations that may provide long-term returns on your investment.
Brandon Clayton, the COO-in-training for Lift It: Moving and Storage, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss his experience in working for a startup and what employers and employees can expect.
Investing In Yourself -- I spend a great deal of money every month on investing in myself. Whether it's the hundreds of dollars I spend on supplements or eating clean with non-GMO, Organic food and juicing, I have come to realize that I am the most valuable asset to my companies and need to be treating myself as such.
Q&A Friday Episode 1 -- In this inaugural Q and A Episode, I cover a wide array of your questions. I was completely blown away by the thought that went into these questions and encourage all of you to keep sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org for future Q&A Friday episodes.