Today's guest is Mike Lenz, a fellow entrepreneur and voice talent who loves helping his clients bring their messages to life. For the past 10 years, he has been working with clients on eLearning projects, corporate and web-based videos, audio books, course books, and commercials.
Today on the show, I want to introduce you to Laura Buzzell. Her personal journey has taken a lot of turns; it's a great story I'd love for you to hear.
Laura is the founder of the Transformation Tribe, is a Certified Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor, and Online Fitness and Wellness Coach with Beachbody. She is a Christ Follower, Mom of 4 boys, and wife to Justin Buzzell. Laura has helped hundreds of women to achieve life changing results by helping them break their OLD cycle of unhealthy habits and create a NEW lifestyle of healthy living.
Did you know that one of the last industries to be interrupted by technology is consulting? It’s a 450 BILLION DOLLAR industry, and there are huge opportunities for you.
Today on the show, we’re excited to share a great conversation we had with Jonathan Dison, a consultant, entrepreneur and author who talks about the changing world of consulting and how YOU can get started in it. Jonathan helps us understand what consulting really is, and the potential it has to give you more freedom, money or flexibility in your job.
Your business is growing - and you need to learn how to hire GREAT people and build a team. What does it take? Who do you look for? We asked our friend Dan Van Matre, former manager at Chick-Fil-A - about their incredible hiring process. Dan has great insight into team building that comes from his background in many different fields of experience. We think you'll love this conversation and are sure to walk away with life-long applications.
We are so excited to release this episode of the podcast - as we had a great conversation with our guest: Max Weber, an entrepreneur from Erie, Pennsylvania. He is a mover and shaker - inspiring and motivating. You'll hear how he got started, how a reverse bet keeps him moving forward, his advice on which social media platform you should use and so much more.
Mike is in his mid-20s and working a full-time corporate job in New York City. Learn, Grow, Earn is his side hustle, and something he is very passionate about. It’s more than just a podcast; it’s a growing community of like-minded people who are constantly striving for greatness.
We all speak and communicate every day. Stats say women speak 20,000 words on average where men speak 7,000. The question is: are we communicating effectively, and are we connecting with those we are communicating with?
What is the main purpose of communication? Listen - and learn how to be a more effective communicator!
Startup Story! Today’s Guest is Tom Schlosser, Licensed Professional Counselor. A few years ago, Tom never thought he would have his own private practice. Fast Forward to today - and Tom is up and running his own business. We loved talking with Tom about his journey, and believe you will find some really great pieces of advice as you begin your own journey.
Today on the show: What does being resourceful mean? The definition is: having the ability to find quick and clever ways to overcome difficulties.
It’s not about your resources -- it’s about HOW and WHAT you do with them!
Today on the podcast, Dave and Jessica talk about having healthy expectations as you startup your business.
It might seem like the grass is always greener on the OTHER side... but we want to challenge you to think about that in a DIFFERENT way....
How good is your customer service? Dave and I have been on the road - and an unfortunate mishap turned into an opportunity to sing praises about a local business in Savannah, Georgia.
Prewett's Automotive took care of us, and we were in awe about the experience. Learn more about what happened, and why we think you need to learn what they were doing that provided excellent customer service!
Too Tired and Overwhelmed Just Thinking About Starting Something?
Do you feel overwhelmed with too many tasks? Not sure how or where to start?
In this episode, Dave & Jessica talk about getting things done... finding motivation to get started. They share stories and tips that should help give you a little kick in the pants when you need it.
How a $5 whisk saved $1200.... Dave shares his story of how he saved $1200/year - with a $5 utensil. Work Smarter, Not Harder!
Dave & Jessica talk candidly about working together - the good and the bad! They came up with five things you should consider - before you go into business with your spouse.
Brand new episode of the Square One Show! Dave and I share where we've been the past 6 months... moving to another state and starting over again. Why we did it - and what we have planned next is all on this show - Episode 17: The Big Move.
Today’s guest is an Erie Entrepreneur who helps small businesses realize why they exist. There is so much great information and inspiration packed into this podcast for you today - I’m excited for you to meet our guest, Josh Layhue. He shares his story of starting up several different businesses - and what he has learned along the way.
In today’s episode - we chat again with Andy of Andy Kerr Coaching. You can listen to Andy’s personal story in Episode 13, however today we dive into the topic of crucial conversations - learning how to speak and listen to others to bring out the best ideas and make the best decisions - and then follow through on those decisions. Did you know that there is a process you can learn - to foster better conversations? Andy talks about how it all works - and why it’s so important.
Have you ever looked back over the past 10 or 20 years of your life and discovered that each job, even that seemingly meaningless one, has given you experiences that has lead you to the place you are today?
I’d like to introduce you to Andy Kerr of Andy Kerr Coaching.You’ll hear the story of how each of his past jobs has lead him, step by step, to where he is today: as a life and leadership coach.
What I love about Becky is her CREATIVE ENERGY. You can ask any one of her close friends, and I'm sure they would tell you that Becky just overflows with creativity and energy. Becky started baking custom cookies about two years ago. About a year ago, Donny and I (Jessica) took note of Becky's cookies, and approached her about turning it into a viable, sustainable business. I think Becky was toying with the idea, but we wanted to know if she planned to keep it a hobby or pursue it as a business.
One final takeaway from this episode: take a look at how your new business endeavor is affecting those around you. At the end of the show, Dave (Jessica's husband) and Sean (Milli's husband) talk candidly about their support in helping their wives' budding businesses. It isn't easy, and open communication and honest feedback are key.